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Small pearls of Istria

A Guide to discover little and beautiful towns around Istria

Pula, Rovinj and Porec are the queens of Istria and we know that the queens like to show their pearls around the their necks or they keep them hidden in the casket. Istria is like that casket where you can find precious and beautiful pearls, small towns on the top of the hills, mediaval towns, little fishermen's villages and lots more. Come and learn more about Fažana, fishermen's village that will surprise you with its mediterranean beauty, ancient roman and austrohungarian history and with its splendid view on the islands of the Brijuni National Park. Visit Vodnjan, the town of the extra virgin olive oil par excellance and also the town with the longest and the narrowest street in Istria, the town of murals, great wall paintings, and the town of kažuni and dry stone walls, of holy bodies of saints and little churches. Dive into the past and feel like a knight in the Soardo-Bembo castle in Bale and in the Grimani castle in Sanvincenti. These are only some of the pearls, more pearls like Motovun, Grožnjan, Pazin, Labin, Novigrad, Vrsar... are there to be discovered.

Information about the small pearls of Istria


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