Labin

Labin holidays

Medieval and Mediterranean merge together in this circle of terracotta rooftops, snuggled within dense hillside. The thick greenery offsets the peaceful sea surrounding the area – you’re in for staggering scenery. Add that to historic buildings, art galleries and quaint eateries, and that’s your to-see list sorted.

The finest features

Hidden within the faded pastels of the buildings in Labin, you’ll find many old churches, traditional shops and Istrian restaurants. Throughout the calendar year, you can enjoy soups, pastas, seafood, cheeses, olive oil-doused savoury snacks, and more. As for wine, don’t miss a chance to sample a local tipple.

Arts and activities

Galleries showcase pieces made by a range of artists, both visiting and native to Labin. Once you’ve had your fill, there’s plenty on offer to keep you active. Sail a rowing boat, go hiking or trekking, hire a bike, or even keep it simple with a gentle meander around the coast.

Island of Cres

Island of Cres

Pula Area

Cres Island can be reached easily, either from Brestova, which is on the Istrian peninsula, or from nearby Krk Island. It has a Venetian flavour, thanks to historical occupation, and there are several small,...
Katarina Island

Katarina Island

Pula Area

Take the ferry from Rovinj on the west side of the Istrian peninsula to the small, charming island of Katarina. Ferries run every half an hour and only take about ten minutes. There are lovely secluded beaches...
Medulin Village

Medulin Village

Pula Area

There’s a lovely harbour at Medulin Village, which can be reached in about 40 minutes on the bus from Pula. It also has a sandy beach – a rare thing in Croatia – which is lined with cafés, bars and restaurants....
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