Istria is the biggest and the most interesting resort on Adriatic seaside.
The climate here is mild; even in August you won't find here typical Mediterranean heat, that is why this region is recommended for families with children and elderly people for living all the year round. Istrian air is absolutely health-giving due to numerous pine parks all around.

Istria is famous for its splendid seaside, picturesque hills and grapes plantations which are used in production of such wine brands as "Teran", "Pinot", "Malvasia".

The most well-known and popular Istrian places are Pula, Poreč, Rovinj, Umag, Fažana, Rabac, Novigrad, Vrsar, Brijuni islands.

Istria is a center of rich culture and history. According to the archeological discoveries the first human traces were found in the cave Sandalj which is not far from Pula. There are many medieval towers and walls built on high hills with marvelous views over the whole peninsula. Besides, Istria can be proud of the smallest town in the world – Hum.

From here you can visit one of the main Croatian sights – Plitvice lakes and archipelago Brijuni.
Brijuni islands make a marvelous resort area consisting of 14 islands. They have a status of national parks; its harbour is the place of mooring of various yachts, including luxurious ones of sheikhs' and of Roman Abramovich's. One of the tourist attractions here is the residence of the former Yugoslavian leader – Josep Broz Tito.

Nowadays the residence is a museum. There is also a safari-park, an inhabitance of many animals; this park used to belong to Tito too. Brijuni islands are just 15 minutes travelling from Fažana if to go by power-boat.
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