About Istria

With charming coastal towns bathed by the sun and lovely old hamlets overlooking the green hills and valleys, the Istrian peninsula offers best of both worlds: the warm Mediterranean and the shadowy forest expanse of the inland.
Located in the Western part of Croatia and walking the fine line between Roman, Venetian and Austro-Hungarian influences, Istria boasts the diverse cultural heritage as well as varied landscapes. Terra magica, as it was called in Roman times, includes everything from one of the best preserved amphitheaters, Arena in Pula, over the smallest city in the world called Hum, to the only fjord resembling structure in continental Europe, Limski kanal. Often referred to as ‘Croatian Tuscany’, the region provides a wide range of gourmet delicacies such as fine wines, olive oil, a special local kind of brandy made from mistletoe and truffles, which are found growing in abundance throughout the woods in central Istria.


Istria, 52207, Belavići, Croatia

Observe the Power of Bora Wind

Bora, or commonly said bura in Croatia, is a very strong wind that dominates Adriatic scenery in fall season. Reaching the speeds of up to 110 km/h, bora can have hurricane-like effects and is a good excuse not to leave the shores. Unless of course you are are windsurfer, in which case you probably want to enjoy every second of its intense blowing. Although nuisance to local residents, bora wind can be perceived as a kind of cleaner to Croatian shores. The arrival of its season is technically the final conclusion of intense tourist activities and preparation for the colder time of the year. Plus, bora can lead to some truly impressive naval photographs, as proven by our image gallery…

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Located in the continental heart of Istria region, Konoba Danijeli can be found about one kilometer away from Kringa village.…