Holiday villa with space for up to ten people located near Kavran.1/14Sunbaths 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 538show 2,421 offers
Living room of a stone house for six people that is located directly by the sea.2/14Walls 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 266show 342 offers
3/14Best 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 215show 328 offers
Pedestrian precinct in front of a holiday home for up to five people in the historic quarter of Rovinj.4/14Discover 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 178show 64 offers
Lighthouse on the little island of Palagruža, far out in the Adriatic.5/14Be 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 503show 20 offers
6/14Best holiday resort in Croatia
Dubrovnik | With its old quarter, the harbour, and the historic town wall, Dubrovnik is, without doubt, one of the most beautiful cities in Europe – and also the best holiday resort in Croatia.
Per week from GBP 239show 881 offers
Secluded holiday home on the island of Lošinj.7/14My 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 257show 147 offers
The bar in a particularly well-equipped holiday villa for up to ten people in Pula.8/14Holiday 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 299show 606 offers
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.
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This is how holiday rental owners described Premantura
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Separated shore with a coastline dotted with numerous miniature beaches and coves gives Premantura it's most recognizable characteristic, which also contains various plant and animal species.
Premantura has many restaurants with istrian cuisine, caffe bars and hand made stores. It is 15 minutes away by car from Pula where you can see Amphiteatar.
Trip to Pula with a bus.
One-day trip to Brijuni islands and also to Venice from Pula with boat.
Located at the very end of the peninsula, it dives into the blue-green sea, creating a magnificent sight. Its 30 kilometers of coastline, untouched bays and beaches, uninhabited islands, unique flora, and breathtaking landscapes, make it a unique place. Its sea is one of the cleanest in the Mediterranean. ...
show more The typical Mediterranean architecture, gives the impression of a sleepy little sea town, that resists sea winds. In the town center, there is a bell tower of the church of St. Lovro, the patron of Premantura, which, visible from the sea, has served for centuries as a landmark for fishermen and sailors. History of Premantura goes deep into the past. Traces of dinosaurs, 70 million years old, on the nearby Fenoliga island, and the remains of buildings, thousands of years old, which are extending on its peninsula, are witnesses of the early emergence of life on the peninsula.
Because of its location, natural treasures, and openness of its inhabitants, Premantura is a perfect destination for those who want an active holiday in the unique environment. Cape Kamenjak, 9.5 km long, is a protected landscape, which in addition to stunning coastline, extending 30 kilometers, which reveals larger and smaller intimate coves, with extremely clear sea, is also known for over 570 plant species, of which 30 are on the list of endangered species. Among them there are 20 species of orchids, some of which are endemic. In front of the Cape Kamenjak rises Porer, a lighthouse, built in 1833, on 80 m wide cliff, where those who want to experience peacefull, and unique Robinson-like holiday, may stay. Premantura, with an exceptionally clear sea and winds that are kissing its coast, is a haven for windsurfers, while its seabed, rich with fish, shallows, underwater cliffs and sunken ships, lures every diver. There is no place else where the sunset achieves such beauty, or the moon river poures with such passion on the bright nights. Premantura offers an unforgettable getaway, that feeds the senses, charges the body with new energy, and awakens the spirit.
Dinosaur traces, found on the islet Fenoliga in 1975., most likely belonged to the theropod, ornithopod, and one type of sauropod dinosaurs. They are dating back to the Cretaceous period, between 65 and 70 million years of age. Premantura was, in ancient times, known as Capo di Pola, and in the 1st century, Roman Pomponio Mela, named it Promunturium Polaticum, from where its present name originates. According to findings, Premantura was inhabited 4,000 years ago. Three hill-forts were found, where life continued after the Roman occupation, when it was spreading along the coast. From that period, along with the buildings, the monuments with Greek and Latin inscriptions, and a bronze statue of Minerva have been found. During the Roman Empire, along with Pomer, it belonged to Pula, and then, in the 5th century, came under the possession of Vescovi, and after that, in the 8th century, Premantura belonged to the Sergi family. It came under the Venetian rule in 1331. In 1585., first immigrants from Dalmatia, specifically from Zadar arrived in Premantura, exiled by the Turkish invasion. The church, dedicated to St. Lorenzo, was built from 1632 to 1664. It is assumed that it was built on the foundations of the church of St. Nikola, from the mid-15th century. Nearby is the valley, which was named Runtian or Runtianum. At the place of that settlement, in the Middle Ages, a village was built, named Ronzano and later Ronzi, today called Runke, which Uskoks completely destroyed in the 17th century, after they had pillaged it, as well as the church dedicated to St. Martin, in a bay of the same name. From the period of Austro-Hungarian rule, several military facilities are still standing.
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Property no. 476660
from GBP 332for 1 week
Premantura, Istria (Cape Kamenjak)
Studio for max. 2 personsApprox. 28 m², 1 bathroom, pets not allowed, satellite TV, WLAN, beach approx. 300 m, sea view
Property no. 357487
from GBP 261for 1 week
Premantura, Istria (Cape Kamenjak)
Holiday apartment for max. 3 personsApprox. 40 m², 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, pets not allowed, satellite TV, Internet, washing machine, dishwasher, beach approx. 790 m, sea approx. 700 m
Property no. 982678
from GBP 554for 1 week
Premantura, Istria (Cape Kamenjak)
Holiday apartment for max. 6 personsApprox. 150 m², 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, pets are allowed (on request), satellite TV, Internet, WLAN, Complete WLAN coverage, washing machine, dishwasher, non-smoking property, beach approx. 150 m, communal swimming pool, sea view