After we start biking tour along well - intended coast to Cape Kamenjak, surrounded by the 30 km long coast with numerous gulfs, bays and white beaches washed by the crystal clear blue – green sea we reach Premantura On the way you can find 22 types of orchids including the endemic specie "Serapias Istriaca" (the Istrian orchid), see the so-called "islet - plate" where the dinosaur's footprint has been preserved or find the remains of luxurious Roman villae rusticae
This tour starts ain poreč. Passing Vrsar a typical mediterranean town situated on a hill.Continuing further on the trail through protected landscape of Kontija forrest which will take us all the way along the Lim bay to Kloštar village passing by the pirate cave.After Kloštar village we'll contnue cycling through villages and following the road we'll reach Dvigrad.After visiting abandoned town we will contine cycling through the valley and finish our daytour on the begining of the Lim Bay
of olive groves with
olive harvesting and
learning about the
oil refi ning process;
olive oil tasting and
recognition of oil
the cultural heritage
of Istria and visits
to Grožnjan, Poreč
Sightseeing tour of a prosciutto processing plant and learning
about the production process of Istrian prosciutto.
Tasting Istrian prosciutto and learning how to recognize the quality
and main features of prosciutto.
Enjoying the delicacies and beauty of Istria
The great number of preserved frescoes to be seen on the relatively small territory of the Istrian peninsula is amazing.
These frescoes can be tracked back to the turn of 9th century, but it is during the 11th century that they started to
be produced in great number.Istrian frescoes are vivid and authentic art works, nearly all of which can be seen in
little churches scattered around small, picturesque Istrian towns or villages usually situated on secluded hilltops. At that time, a church wouldn’t be
considered finished if a painter hadn’t made frescoes.
Laid on the hills, Istrian town are signposts to antique gallery and at the same time their most beautiful exhibits.Rising up to the heaven and sun as crowns resisting the time.Their walls remembers better times and never forget to tell you one particular story about the mysteries of town's life. About how builders and asrtist used to come through the centuries and equipped their crownswith new jewels that flashed again with new brightness.Today when the tower bells greet you, flocks of pigeons will take off from the roofs.Get inside, the city doors are always open
Grožnjan: City filled with history and art, known as the city of artist.IIn the narrow, cobbled alleys you’ll find numerous galleries and art studios with handmade jewelry and items. Beautiful view spreads from the sea on one side to the istrian inland and Mirna river valley on the other side.
Grožnjan is surrounded by endless wineyards and winemakers so tasting some local wine would be perfect closure for the day.We will visit traditional istrian "stancija" with home made wine and enjoy in local istrian flavours with perfect view
Experience an unforgettable adventure in a sea kayak along the protected area of Lim bay. During the one day trip you'll enjoy paddling along the bay, with its steep banks, passing beside the cultivation of mollusks and fish to the pirate cave .There is a break for swimming after we continue all the way to the end of the bay
See one of the most beautiful and exciting bike trails in the world. The trails follows the route of the old Parenzana railroad, the tracks are no more, but the brigdes and the tunnels are still there creating an unique biking experience
Enjoy a relaxing bike ride around the southern part of Poreč territory, visit a prehistoric settlement on a hill, an abandoned monastery and the small town on Vrsar. After the inland trip bike along the coast to Poreč. See the contrast between the istrian interior with vineyards and olive grows and the coastal part with the mediterranean vegetation that reaches all the way to the sea
-Cycling along Lim Bay through Kontija forest
-Visiting "Pirate" cave
Rafting is riding in a rubber boat, called raft, on more or less wild rivers. It is quite an adventure and a genuine sports and tourist feast. Rafting trips are suitable for everybody and no previous experience in paddling is necessary. Rafting guides are experienced kayaker – paddling captains and whitewater experts, highly trained in the Soca River rafting in particular. With them, you will experience the beauty of the Soca River and its canyons in the most attractive and unique way. So, do not miss a chance of rafting on the Soca River
Rafting on the river Una is a unique event which you will surely want to experience again. The combination of adrenaline and enjoyment is possible only on this river and it`s preserved nature. Just the fact that you are navigating through the future national park and that the entire rafting stage provides you drinkable water is satisfactory
The Romans introduced a new type of organization in Istria, just as throughout entire Europe they were the first to start the urbanization, building roads and connecting towns, thus greatly encouraged the development of trade. Istria is famous as a region rich in high quality stone, a fact well known to the Romans, so today there are numerous places along the west coast of Istria that were once Roman quarries from which stone was taken to erect their magnificent buildings. The Amphitheatre of Pula was also built from local lime stone. The Romans brought the exploitation of stone nearly to perfection through the new way of building, stone dres
Experience an unforgettable adventure in a sea kayak around Vrsar archipelago. During the one day trip you will enjoy paddling around the unoccupied islands, swimming and snorkeling on wild beaches and enjoying in untouched nature
A perfect ending of the day and beginning of the evening. Paddle into the sunset and discover the city walls of Poreč from the sea side. Paddle along Blue and Green lagoon into the sunset and stop in beautiful bay for a last swimm
Transfer to Poklon, saddle between two hills from where trail starts.It goes on the top of Učka mountain which is biggest mountain in Istria with altitude of 1401 m.
After short break on the top we will continue down towards to the Lovran.After hiking bus/minibus will take us back
Attraction on the path:
A town from Middle Age Groznjan City of artists, panorama to the Mirna river valley, part of old railway Parenzana, Motovun view,Breathtaking rolling landscapes are perfect for photographers
Attraction on the path:
A town from Middle Age, Gračišće, panorama, church st. Simeon (on the path), remains from a water-mill in Žlepčari village, waterfall Sopot, church of St.Steven, church of St. Magdalena
The whole old city of Porec is monument of culture. The old city has preserved the structure of old Roman castrum. The main streets, Decumanus and Cardo Maximus, are still preserved in their original forms. Decumanus connected the square Marafor in the western part of old city with city gates at its eastern end. Roman Forum with temples to Roman gods was located on the Marafor square
The largest town on the Istrian peninsula offers a diversity of attractions to lovers of culture. The rich itinerary of its three thousand year old history, where every step you take through the old town is a landmark, begins and ends with the Roman amphitheatre.
A great tourist asset is surely 190 kilometres of indented coastline, crystal-clear sea and beaches to suit everyone’s needs: smooth and even stone surfaces or pebbles for all generations, especially families with children or “secluded” beaches hidden by untouched greenery for those who want a bit of privacy.
While strolling through Pula you will come across numerous monuments
Rovinj, the Blue Pearl of the Adriatic, the city of romance and art, one of the most picturesque towns in the Mediterranean. Part of the Venetian Republic for over 500 years, the Old Town is perched on an elevated peninsula, surrounded by Venetian terracotta-roofed houses and crowned by the Church of St. Euphemy from the 18th century whose bell tower dominates the Rovinj silhouette. The cramped area of the former island dictated the appearance of the town that is characterized by high houses, narrow paved streets and small squares
Attraction on the path:
A town from Middle Age Buzet, panorama, Kotli - natural stone pools in the riverbed (on the path), remains from a water-mill in Kotli village, waterfall , Hum- the smallest town in the world