Istria is Croatia’s largest peninsula, and is situated on the northeast shores of Adriatic Sea. A site with long history and marvelous natural scenery, it is also a home to kazuni, tiny stone houses in which local shepherds kept their tools and found shelter during storms. Today, they are a lasting testament of Istrian generations long gone, a tiny museums of what life looked like many centuries ago. Just check out this lovely Istrian landscape.
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If planning to visit Croatia in the upcoming summer, feel free book your airline ticket and reserve accommodation on our site. Who knows, maybe there are a few kazuni houses ready to be rented. Staying in one would certainly lead to a unique vacation.