|Shopping|| 25 || km ||Airport|| 15 || km |
|Suburban traffic|| 200 || m |
Southern Istria is known for a number of interesting natural, historic and cultural attractions, all of which lie just 20 to 30 minutes from the accommodation. The main tourist towns of Pula, Rovinj and Poreč are also nearby. The nearest beaches are situated close to the town of Rovinj, 22 km away. Rovinj, a former fishing village, is one of the most beautiful towns on the Adriatic Coast. If you would like to enjoy the countryside, you can choose from among a number of well-marked cycling and hiking trails. Bike trails can be found in this area too. One on the most interesting Istrian natural phenomenons is the cave of Baredine, which is situated nearby. A guided tour lasts 40 minutes and inside the cave you will see 5 chambers containing underground lakes. The largest Istrian town - Pula (22 km) - is famous mainly for its numerous ancient Roman remains. The most popular attraction is the Roman amphitheater (arena), the sixth largest and among the most well-preserved in the world. During summer, the amphitheater hosts pop concerts, ballets and operas (Carreras, Pavarotti, Sting, Anastasia, Simply Red, Eros Ramazzotti, Zucchero, Jamiroquai and Norah Jones are just some of the stars that have performed here). Only a few kilometers from Pula you will find the Brijuni Islands with their national park which can be visited by guided tours (boats start from Pula harbor).