City in Istria


Rovinj (approx. 13,550 inhabitants) ranks among the most beautiful places of the Adriatic. It is a picturesque Istrian town known as an oasis of beautiful nature and exceptionally agreeable climate. Rovinj’s area has a very developed tourism and offers recovery in pictorial landscapes and protected areas. Certainly, this town in Istria is not to be… read more »


Pula is the most important economic city on the peninsula of Istria . Pula is, with 82.000 inhabitants, the largest city in Istria and represents also the cultural, economical and probably political center of Istria. Nevertheless the official capital is Pazin. On the way after Pula you can notice some scenically and structural changes. The… read more »


A roman town, later conquered by the Byzantines and Venetians, Porec was an important harbor and today is one of the most integral Istria towns and is worth visiting. It is located on the western part of the Istrian peninsula, between the river Mirna mouth in the north and the Lim Fyord on the south…. read more »


Buzet (5,000 inhabitants) calls itself the main istrian town of truffles (Cita Tartufo). Even if this may sound exaggerated a little, fact is that the desired mushroom at the best in the surrounding forests of the me well valley prospers. Otherwise Buzet as typical istrian mountain and fortress town and traffic junction show up. Buzet,… read more »


Vodnjan is settled on the hill within the beautiful Mediterranean vegetation and climate. It is a small town placed on the southwestern part of Istria with 3,700 inhabitants, and is about 3, 5 km distanced from the sea and approx. 10 km from the town Pula. Vodnjan has developed on the remains of the pre… read more »


Umag is located in a narrow small peninsula with the small bay. It is an attractive vacation but also cultural place far away from the economic activities and loud traffic connections. It is the unique place providing the vacation, fun and cultural insights. Umag or Italian Umago ranks within its 4,900 inhabitants among the typical… read more »

Novigrad in Istria

The town Novigrad has developed in the 18th century, on the peninsula of Istria. Because of a long and significant history and many governments, Novigrad has preserved its medieval streets, an old town walls and towers as a remainder and a cultural heritage of the ancestors. Novigrad is located on the root of the river… read more »


An ancient Roman settlement, Buje, kept its medieval structure. Buje (Buie) is a small locality in north Istris. The environment of Buje (3,250 inhabitants) is particularly coined/shaped by intensive viticulture and agriculture. The place lays on a hill and it is appropriate for 222 m over the sea level. >== How to get to Buje==… read more »

Labin in Istria

Labin is a medieval town situated on the hill above the town Rabac. It is consisted of three parts: the old town Labin, the suburb Podlabin, and the holiday resort Rabac at the sea level. Labin is an ideal starting point for trips to the Istrian surroundings and for Rabac. Here you will find various… read more »


In Croatia exists more than one place with this name. City Novigrad in Istria and two places Novigrad na Dobri Novigrad (Novigradsko more) There are towns named Novigrad in Istria, in Northern Dalmatia and near by Karlovac This article needs your support to be finished. If you know more about Novigrad please add your knowledge… read more »