The Istria300 host cities
Welcome to the picturesque fishermen’s town that breaths a unique charm and the beauty of life at every step. Engaging natural atmosphere, the well-indented coastline with beautiful beaches, excellent campsites on attractive locations, great gastronomy, a nautical marina, extraordinary hosts’ kindness, and long-established tourist tradition have turned Funtana into a large and quite desired seaside resort on the Adriatic.
The medieval town of Labin is situated on the hill above Rabac, just 5 km from the crystal clear sea and white pebbled beaches. The Renaissance and Baroque patrician palaces characterize a picturesque core of the old town, preserved walls, a loggia and the town gate, animated by several art ateliers. The People’s Museum preserves the town’s mining history while the artist is praised in Dubrova, the park of sculptures made by leading world sculptors.
Tar-Vabriga is located between the tourist centres of Poreč and Novigrad, offering their charm close at hand but also nurturing their authentic offer dominated by olive growing and fishing, the hospitality of the local people and the tradition passed down from generation to generation. The old town nuclei of Tar and Vabriga are recognizable by their stone houses with landscaped courtyards that hide historical stories and occasional water well. At the same time, the taverns lure with their fireplaces.
Located on the west coast of Istria, at the very entrance to Lim Bay, Vrsar is a place of magical sea views, vibrant colours and typical Mediterranean beauty. While preserving its fishing tradition and rich historical heritage, Vrsar has attracted tourists and artists for decades. The medieval old town of Vrsar lies on a hill overlooking the sea. Therefore numerous viewpoints offer an unforgettable view of the open sea and the archipelago of 18 islets.