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Istria and its tourist attractions

Istria and its tourist attractions
Istria – Croatia’s western gem – is characterised by many things which is why each and every adventurer should visit this biggest Adriatic peninsula before leaving Croatia and travelling around the world. Istria offers high-quality private accommodation, villas, rooms, and apartments. Cape Lako, which is the westernmost point of Croatia, is situated in Istria County and is administered by the city of Umag. Many people are not aware that Istria is divided into White, Red, and Grey Istria – these colours represent the eastern, western, and central parts of the peninsula which, respective to the location, contain these types of soil. Apart from the beautiful sea, many towns with rich cultural heritage, and other beautiful places which we admire while looking at pictures on the Internet or in various magazines, Istria can also boast about nine cities which are visited by more than a million guests every year. Tourism is on high level because new apartments and hotels are constantly being built and there are continual investments in raising the quality level of hotel and apartment accommodation. In this post political questions (such as “Where does all the money from tourism end up?”) will be avoided. Instead, Istria and its tourism will be praised but also criticised because of the prices which are often exaggerated and unprofitable due to the fact that most Croats lack the financial opportunities needed to spend their summer vacation in Istria. This also affects the number of visits which should be in decline but thankfully for Istria that is not the case – the number of guests and overnight stays is steadily increasing in all sectors of travel accommodation: apartments, villas, hotels, camps, bungalows, hostels, and houses. Rovinj and Poreč have over 2 million overnight stays. Among other “millionaires” there are Medulin, Umag, Tar-Vabriga, Vrsar, Funtana, Labin, and Pula. Istria is visited by tourists from many different countries – Istria – Croatia’s western gem – is characterised by many things which is why each and every adventurer should visit this biggest Adriatic peninsula before leaving Croatia and travelling around the world. Istria offers high-quality private accommodation, villas, rooms, and apartments. Cape Lako, which is the westernmost point of Croatia, is situated in Istria County and is administered by the city of Umag. Many people are not aware that Istria is divided into White, Red, and Grey Istria – these colours represent the eastern, western, and central parts of the peninsula which, respective to the location, contain these types of soil. Apart from the beautiful sea, many towns with rich cultural heritage, and other beautiful places which we admire while looking at pictures on the Internet or in various magazines, Istria can also boast about nine cities which are visited by more than a million guests every year. Tourism is on high level because new apartments and hotels are constantly being built and there are continual investments in raising the quality level of hotel and apartment accommodation. In this post political questions (such as “Where does all the money from tourism end up?”) will be avoided. Instead, Istria and its tourism will be praised but also criticised because of the prices which are often exaggerated and unprofitable due to the fact that most Croats lack the financial opportunities needed to spend their summer vacation in Istria. This also affects the number of visits which should be in decline but thankfully for Istria that is not the case – the number of guests and overnight stays is steadily increasing in all sectors of travel accommodation: apartments, villas, hotels, camps, bungalows, hostels, and houses. Rovinj and Poreč have over 2 million overnight stays. Among other “millionaires” there are Medulin, Umag, Tar-Vabriga, Vrsar, Funtana, Labin, and Pula. Istria is visited by tourists from many different countries – Istria – Croatia’s western gem – is characterised by many things which is why each and every adventurer should visit this biggest Adriatic peninsula before leaving Croatia and travelling around the world. Istria offers high-quality private accommodation, villas, rooms, and apartments. Cape Lako, which is the westernmost point of Croatia, is situated in Istria County and is administered by the city of Umag. Many people are not aware that Istria is divided into White, Red, and Grey Istria – these colours represent the eastern, western, and central parts of the peninsula which, respective to the location, contain these types of soil. Apart from the beautiful sea, many towns with rich cultural heritage, and other beautiful places which we admire while looking at pictures on the Internet or in various magazines, Istria can also boast about nine cities which are visited by more than a million guests every year. Tourism is on high level because new apartments and hotels are constantly being built and there are continual investments in raising the quality level of hotel and apartment accommodation. In this post political questions (such as “Where does all the money from tourism end up?”) will be avoided. Instead, Istria and its tourism will be praised but also criticised because of the prices which are often exaggerated and unprofitable due to the fact that most Croats lack the financial opportunities needed to spend their summer vacation in Istria. This also affects the number of visits which should be in decline but thankfully for Istria that is not the case – the number of guests and overnight stays is steadily increasing in all sectors of travel accommodation: apartments, villas, hotels, camps, bungalows, hostels, and houses. Rovinj and Poreč have over 2 million overnight stays. Among other “millionaires” there are Medulin, Umag, Tar-Vabriga, Vrsar, Funtana, Labin, and Pula. Istria is visited by tourists from many different countries – Istria – Croatia’s western gem – is characterised by many things which is why each and every adventurer should visit this biggest Adriatic peninsula before leaving Croatia and travelling around the world. Istria offers high-quality private accommodation, villas, rooms, and apartments. Cape Lako, which is the westernmost point of Croatia, is situated in Istria County and is administered by the city of Umag. Many people are not aware that Istria is divided into White, Red, and Grey Istria – these colours represent the eastern, western, and central parts of the peninsula which, respective to the location, contain these types of soil. Apart from the beautiful sea, many towns with rich cultural heritage, and other beautiful places which we admire while looking at pictures on the Internet or in various magazines, Istria can also boast about nine cities which are visited by more than a million guests every year. Tourism is on high level because new apartments and hotels are constantly being built and there are continual investments in raising the quality level of hotel and apartment accommodation. In this post political questions (such as “Where does all the money from tourism end up?”) will be avoided. Instead, Istria and its tourism will be praised but also criticised because of the prices which are often exaggerated and unprofitable due to the fact that most Croats lack the financial opportunities needed to spend their summer vacation in Istria. This also affects the number of visits which should be in decline but thankfully for Istria that is not the case – the number of guests and overnight stays is steadily increasing in all sectors of travel accommodation: apartments, villas, hotels, camps, bungalows, hostels, and houses. Rovinj and Poreč have over 2 million overnight stays. Among other “millionaires” there are Medulin, Umag, Tar-Vabriga, Vrsar, Funtana, Labin, and Pula. Istria is visited by tourists from many different countries – Istria – Croatia’s western gem – is characterised by many things which is why each and every adventurer should visit this biggest Adriatic peninsula before leaving Croatia and travelling around the world. Istria offers high-quality private accommodation, villas, rooms, and apartments. Cape Lako, which is the westernmost point of Croatia, is situated in Istria County and is administered by the city of Umag. Many people are not aware that Istria is divided into White, Red, and Grey Istria – these colours represent the eastern, western, and central parts of the peninsula which, respective to the location, contain these types of soil. Apart from the beautiful sea, many towns with rich cultural heritage, and other beautiful places which we admire while looking at pictures on the Internet or in various magazines, Istria can also boast about nine cities which are visited by more than a million guests every year. Tourism is on high level because new apartments and hotels are constantly being built and there are continual investments in raising the quality level of hotel and apartment accommodation. In this post political questions (such as “Where does all the money from tourism end up?”) will be avoided. Instead, Istria and its tourism will be praised but also criticised because of the prices which are often exaggerated and unprofitable due to the fact that most Croats lack the financial opportunities needed to spend their summer vacation in Istria. This also affects the number of visits which should be in decline but thankfully for Istria that is not the case – the number of guests and overnight stays is steadily increasing in all sectors of travel accommodation: apartments, villas, hotels, camps, bungalows, hostels, and houses. Rovinj and Poreč have over 2 million overnight stays. Among other “millionaires” there are Medulin, Umag, Tar-Vabriga, Vrsar, Funtana, Labin, and Pula. Istria is visited by tourists from many different countries – Istria – Croatia’s western gem – is characterised by many things which is why each and every adventurer should visit this biggest Adriatic peninsula before leaving Croatia and travelling around the world. Istria offers high-quality private accommodation, villas, rooms, and apartments. Cape Lako, which is the westernmost point of Croatia, is situated in Istria County and is administered by the city of Umag. Many people are not aware that Istria is divided into White, Red, and Grey Istria – these colours represent the eastern, western, and central parts of the peninsula which, respective to the location, contain these types of soil. Apart from the beautiful sea, many towns with rich cultural heritage, and other beautiful places which we admire while looking at pictures on the Internet or in various magazines, Istria can also boast about nine cities which are visited by more than a million guests every year. Tourism is on high level because new apartments and hotels are constantly being built and there are continual investments in raising the quality level of hotel and apartment accommodation. In this post political questions (such as “Where does all the money from tourism end up?”) will be avoided. Instead, Istria and its tourism will be praised but also criticised because of the prices which are often exaggerated and unprofitable due to the fact that most Croats lack the financial opportunities needed to spend their summer vacation in Istria. This also affects the number of visits which should be in decline but thankfully for Istria that is not the case – the number of guests and overnight stays is steadily increasing in all sectors of travel accommodation: apartments, villas, hotels, camps, bungalows, hostels, and houses. Rovinj and Poreč have over 2 million overnight stays. Among other “millionaires” there are Medulin, Umag, Tar-Vabriga, Vrsar, Funtana, Labin, and Pula. Istria is visited by tourists from many different countries – the record holders are, among others, guests from Germany, Slovenia, Italy, Austria, and Poland. During the season everyone is guaranteed to find something for themselves. In Umag you can find Istria’s Academy for Science and Culture. For those who are more interested in sports there is Croatia Open Umag, a tennis tournament which year after year offers an event whose organisation levels with that of big tennis tournaments. Istria is also a perfect place for romantics and love-struck souls who can enjoy sunset walks along beaches or dinner in one of many taverns which serve fresh food and unique local dishes – seafood is, of course, a must. Film lovers will enjoy Motovun Film Festival where they can watch films outdoors. All this sounds ideal but everyone knows life is not monotonous: Istria’s dark side is the price you will pay should you wish to enjoy the beauties named thus far and your summer vacation. A summer holiday in Istria is an unforgettable experience. Finally, it is time to say something about ISTRIA’S TRUFFLE. It is a type of underground mushroom which is very valued, important, tasty, and expensive. One story dating back before Christian times says that the Ancient the record holders are, among others, guests from Germany, Slovenia, Italy, Austria, and Poland. During the season everyone is guaranteed to find something for themselves. In Umag you can find Istria’s Academy for Science and Culture. For those who are more interested in sports there is Croatia Open Umag, a tennis tournament which year after year offers an event whose organisation levels with that of big tennis tournaments. Istria is also a perfect place for romantics and love-struck souls who can enjoy sunset walks along beaches or dinner in one of many taverns which serve fresh food and unique local dishes – seafood is, of course, a must. Film lovers will enjoy Motovun Film Festival where they can watch films outdoors. All this sounds ideal but everyone knows life is not monotonous: Istria’s dark side is the price you will pay should you wish to enjoy the beauties named thus far and your summer vacation. A summer holiday in Istria is an unforgettable experience. Finally, it is time to say something about ISTRIA’S TRUFFLE. It is a type of underground mushroom which is very valued, important, tasty, and expensive. One story dating back before Christian times says that the Ancient 

Romans thought that truffles grow because the god Jupiter struck an oak tree with a thunderbolt and that they considered them an aphrodisiac. Our truffles compete with Italian in quality. The best place to try truffles is Giancarlo Zigante’s restaurant Livade situated near Motovun. Istria is a Croatian gem from whence you will surely return with empty pockets and a full heart. After you return, you will surely congratulate yourself on your choice of travel destination – you will not be disappointed with what this peninsula, over which many military and political battles have been fought, has to offer.

 

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