The Istrian Peninsula is a wedge-shaped peninsula situated in northwestern Croatia. It might look small on the map, but here's so much to see and do. Visit the quaint seaside towns, go to the rock by leaping on the Kamenjak Cape, discover the hills, visit the Roman ruins, dine on recent seafood and take in the sun on the seashore.
We spent 3 days on the Istrian Peninsula at the very finish of July. Find out how we designed our time, what worked properly and what we would do in a different way on the method again to the Istrian Peninsula
3 days on the Istrian Peninsula
Our Route Plan
Day 1: Arrive to Porec  We arrived in Porec late in the afternoon. Earlier that day we went to the Plitvice Lakes Nationwide Park after which headed to the Istrian Peninsula. This drive takes about 3 hours.
4 nights stayed at Aparthotel Adeo. This small resort is simply outdoors Porec. We chose this lodge for a handy location close to the E751, the foremost freeway that runs north to the south of the Istrian Peninsula. As well as, it had a swimming pool that was the good place to finish the day, especially when traveling with youngsters.
Day 2: Pula and Kamenjak Cape
We spent the morning in Pula, having lunch on the town and then
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Cliff jumps in Kapenjak
Pula is the largest city in the Istrian peninsula. It has a reasonably spectacular collection of Roman ruins scattered throughout the compact previous city, including the historic Roman area.
Cape Kamenjak is an outside paradise with seashores, water sports, rock jumping and a Safari bar, which is a very unique seashore
Day 3: Piran and Koper
Piran and Koper are two coastal towns situated in Istria Peninsula, Istria, Slovenia.
Piran is understood for its colorful principal square, Venetian clock tower, beaches and medieval partitions.
Watching Piran from the clock
goes to a border control level in Slovenia. The boundaries may be lengthy strains, at the least they have been throughout the summer time. Morning and late afternoons are often the worst. To avoid sitting on an extended line, we obtained an early start, leaving the lodge near Porec at eight:00.
Day 4: Rovinj
Ahhh… Rovinj. This can be a metropolis that shops my coronary heart. Rovinj feels extra like Italian Croatian, colorful buildings, a photogenic port and Venetian structure. You’ll be able to dine at a few of Istria’s greatest eating places, watch the sunset from one in every of the many unique bars, go to the seashore and go wanderlessly via the previous city.
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