Holiday villa with space for up to ten people located near Kavran.1/13Sunbaths at the pool
Istria | The beach is too full or too far away? With these holiday houses you don't have to do without a refreshing dip as they have an own pool.
Per week from GBP 534show 2,307 offers
Living room of a stone house for six people that is located directly by the sea.2/13Walls that tell stories
Istria | Quaintly-old, freshly-renovated houses of natural stone on Croatia’s sunny peninsula not only provide a way to cool off from the summer heat, but lend your holiday a very special ambience.
Per week from GBP 293show 316 offers
Holiday apartment for max. 4 persons in Istria3/13The best in Istria
Istria | Would you like to know which holiday home or apartment is particularly worth spending a holiday in? Here we'll show you the accommodation in Istria, which has received the best reviews from our customers.
Per week from GBP 227show 265 offers
Pedestrian precinct in front of a holiday home for up to five people in the historic quarter of Rovinj.4/13Discover Istria’s towns
Istria | Medulin, Rovinj, Umag, Poreč, Novigrad – Istria’s towns offer a lot of potential for discoveries with their old cobbled streets and idyllic harbours. We have the right apartment for this.
Per week from GBP 180show 59 offers
5/13Best holiday resort in Croatia
Rovinj | The picturesque townscape with the beaches and its historic quarter on a peninsula have won over the holidaymakers, and made Rovinj, on Istria’s west coast, the best holiday resort.
Per week from GBP 236show 268 offers
Lighthouse on the little island of Palagruža, far out in the Adriatic.6/13Be a lighthouse keeper
Croatia | Yes, you really can live here! Let your gaze sweep over the sea, keep a lookout for ships and feel like a real lighthouse keeper.
Per week from GBP 483show 20 offers
Secluded holiday home on the island of Lošinj.7/13My own bathing bay
Croatian coast | No neighbours for far and wide - you will spend your holidays here like Robinson Crusoe. These holiday homes are secluded in the countryside and are also usually furnished in a very simple way.
Per week from GBP 272show 172 offers
The bar in a particularly well-equipped holiday villa for up to ten people in Pula.8/13Holiday with pool
Croatia | The classic swimming pool isn’t, however, at the forefront here! Rather, a pool table is standard at these holiday homes.
Per week from GBP 243show 556 offers
This is how holiday rental owners described Poreč
show more south. Clean beaches and bays and numerous islands are a symbol of Porec. The biggest and most beautiful of all Porec islands, Sv. Nikola (Saint Nicholas), encloses the charming port of Porec. The round tower on the island Sv. Nikola, dating from 1402, is one of the oldest lighthouses in Adriatic (not in use anymore).
Istria is quite low and hilly around Porec, covered with luxuriant vegetation and forests of pins that often reach all the way to the sea. More than 200 villages that surround Porec have mostly retained their original istrian style. Funtana and Vrsar are a part of south Porec region, with a sport airport in Vrsar. Višnjan, Vižinada, Sv. Lovrec; and Kaštelir are located east of Porec, in a region of vineyards and olive fields. Tourist centers of Porec are Lanterna, Ulika, Cervar-Porat, Materada, Brulo, Plava Laguna, Zelena Laguna and Bijela Uvala.
Sport facilities like tennis, sailing and scuba diving, cultural events, concerts and city parties will enrich the day of every visitor of Istria and Porec. And when the sun finally disappears behind the horizon, the summer feeling will be completed with delights of remarkable istrian cuisine. For those whose days last 24 hours there are numerous bars and discotheques.
The holiday apartment is situated on the ground floor of our family house and has a large bedroom for 2 (with children' s bed if needed), a living room with couch bed for 1 - 2, a kitchen, a bathroom with a bath tub and a terrace ...
show more with table and chairs and a nature view.
Our apartment is ideal for families with children because there is a lot of space for them for running and playing in our calm and non-traffic area, with children's mini toboggan, swing and mini bike.
To express gratitude to our guest for visiting us, we give them our domestic organic seasonal fruit and vegetables and home made Istrian vine, so they could experience Istria in many ways.
Near our Apartment Kristina you can also visit great city Poreč.
The town's population of approximately 12,000 resides mostly on the outskirts, while the wider Poreč area has a population of approximately 17,000 inhabitants.
show more municipal area covers 142 square kilometres (55 sq mi), with the 37 kilometres (23 miles) long shoreline stretching from the Mirna River near Novigrad to Funtana and Vrsar in the south.
Today, tourist infrastructure is intentionally dispersed along the 37 km (23 mi) long coastline, between the Mirna River and the deep Lim valley.
The south hosts self-contained centres like Plava Laguna (Blue Lagoon), Zelena Laguna (Green Lagoon), Bijela Uvala (White Cove) and Brulo. To the north, mirroring centres are Materada, Červar Porat, Ulika and Lanterna. In the high season, the area's temporary population can exceed 120,000.
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The program of excursions from Poreč and Poreč's tourist resorts is extremely rich and diverse and includes excursions on the sea and to the Istrian hinterland. For example, you can take a small boat to the Lim Canal, Rovinj, Brijuni National Park, or you can go on an organised boating, fishing and 'pirate' picnic. Hydrofoils and fast boats take excursionists to Venice, Trieste and Pula. Travel agencies also organise excursions to the renowned natural attraction, the Plitvica Lakes National Park.
Excursions to Istrian cities and towns in the hinterland are a must and include visits to Motovun, Hum, Grožnjan, Oprtalj, Momjan, Vižinadu, Višnjan, Beram, Sv. Lovreč, Pazin, Savičentu, Barban… Every town will enchant you in its own way. You can also cool off with an excursion to the karst Baredine Cave near Nova Vas.
You can also research specific Istrian wines should you take off on one of Istria's wine roads. No matter which way you turn on your short trips, the view will include numerous olive groves which can take you along olive oil roads. On these roads you can taste various olive oils that liquid gold that represents a true abundance of health.
- Euphrasius basilica UNESCO heritage nearby 4 km.
- Baredine cave place of excursion nearby 3km.
- Motodrom for family nearby 2 km.
- Skilift for water skiing nearby 5 km.
- National park Brijuni places of excursion nearby 40 km.
Poreč grew from a small coastal settlement into an ...
show more attractive tourist destination distinct for the great care put into the beauty of its public spaces, a wide variety of accommodation possibilities, a diverse offering of events and activities as well as facilities tailored to each individual guest.
Poreč is a town with a long and turbulent history which nurtures remnants of its past in the heart of its old town. From Ancient Roman times to the present day more than two thousand years have passed, and the streets of Poreč continue to preserve their original architecture and numerous cultural and historical monuments. Of these we can especially note the Euphrasian Basilica with its distinctive mosaics dating from the 6th century which UNESCO recognised and protected as a world heritage site in 1997.
Its attractive location allows guests of Poreč the possibility of visiting other important localities within its vicinity: one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Venice, the Brijuni National Park, the Baredine Caves, the Roman Arena in Pula, the Pazin-Pisino Chasm and the Lim Fjord.
Aside from its culture and tourism, Poreč also has a sports and entertainment side. Almost every hotel has a summer terrace, and hot summer nights in Poreč are enriched by numerous restaurants, discotheques, night clubs, bars and casinos.
Poreč also offers its guests diverse possibilities in the realm of sports, from tennis, beach volleyball, football, horseback riding, cycling, walking and other water sports which enhance the holidays of every one of its guests. Poreč is also preferred by world-class athletes and recreational athletes as a location for preparation and training.
For those who crave adrenaline, Poreč offers carting, paintball, waterskiing on the only ski-lift on the Adriatic coast, jet-ski riding, mountain biking and other sports for all those who love active holidays. Poreč offers the possibility of not only discovering its jewels, but also of exploring its surrounding area and discovering for yourselves why Istria is called ‘Terra Magica’ (magic land).
Poreč is surely the pearl of Croatian tourism which offers its visitors a different kind of holiday full of entertainment and events…. In short, a mosaic of experiences.
Distance from village Bonaci to Porec is 8 km.At same direction you will found first
grill 200 met
tavern with delicious Istrian meal 1 km
first shopping center 3 km(Lidl,Kaufland,Bila,Plodine)
Centar of Poreč rich with bars,restaurants,shopps,big parking,promenade along to sea,public swimming beach,rent a boat,boat line to island Sv.Nicola,all town is ...
show more historical monuments ,8 km
Hotels ,international disco clubs,horse riding,diving,fishing,mini golf,tennis court,Aquapark Colors 10 km on left,Aquapark Istralandia 15 km on right,Dinosaur park 12 km,Glavani adrenaline park 50 km
Beautiful beaches,pebble or rocks ,all day sunny or shades but all with crystal clear sea 10 km or 10 minutes by car from house
If you like ,take bike riding,jogging,Norwegian walking about 10 km around village or bike route cca 70km
Also fabulous center of Istra like Pazin,Motovun,Groznjan,Graciste,rich with taverns,historical monuments,untouched nature on nord,you can reach just for 15 min ,Lim fjord 15 min at west,20 min to Rovinj,40 min take highway to Pula(Arena roman amfiteatar,film festival) Medulin,or East to Opatija,mountain Ucka,Rijeka,Plitvice
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The old city is a cultural monument by itself. There is a sacral complex, the Euphrasian Basilica from VI century. Poreč is the multiple champion of Croatian tourism. It's the town with the biggest number of awards. Poreč offers everything to make your holiday special and memorable!
So lovely and near at the same time
Istria | The way to the next vacation can sometimes be so close: Just a few hours journey time by car it takes to reach the sunny peninsula Istria in Croatia when approaching from Italy. The abundance of Mediterranean vegetation appears here particularly in form of picturesque wine hills, lush green forests and olive groves which stretch out along the turquoise coloured Mediterranean Sea. Vacationers appreciate Istria not only for its delightful landscape but also for its many great beaches which can be found here along Croatian Adriatic Coast. Particularly nice conditions for a beach vacation and at the same time a big choice of holiday apartments and houses are offered for example in Medulin which is a former fishing town on the southern tip of Istria. The blue sea and the marvellous beaches don’t only lure sun lovers and occasional swimmers: Whether windsurfing or diving – Medulin is also an ideal water sport area. Not far away from Medulin is the town of Pula. In Istria’s biggest town – and at the same time the cultural and economic centre – you can visit the gigantic amphitheatre and the well preserved Augustus Temple both dating back to the Roman era. The popular resort Poreč situated in the western part of Istria has a number of nice beaches and is also an ideal starting point of many day trips – for example to the islands of Brijuni or into the idyllic hinterland. Those who are on the search for a tan might want to pop to one of the many offshore islands that are serviced by boat shuttles where you can alternatively seek a shady place. If you are looking to cool off a visit to a nearby limestone cave Baredine could be a good option. Another great place to recharge your batteries is the charming spa resort Opatija which lies on the other side Istria on the border to Kvarner Gulf.
atraveo provides you with more than 9,500 holiday apartments and houses in Istria. Many of them are situated around the bigger towns of Pula, Poreč, Medulin, Rabac and Umag. But there are also some pretty holiday homes on offer away from the major centres. You can find more information and tips also in the holiday home selection for Istria.