Blue seas, white stone and the green interior make up the colour scheme of Istria, the largest peninsula in Croatia. The blueness of its shoreline is contrasted by the lush greenery of its interior and the tiny, “acropolian” towns which, themselves somewhere between waking and sleeping, erase that thin line that divides the real from the illusion. And turn into your very own story. Istria is the sailing region with the most resourceful tourist offer in Croatia.
he largest tourist centers are located on the west coast. Beside Pula, Rovinj and Poreč, there are many other smaller towns, as well as National Park Brijuni. The inland of Istria is the least exploited in tourism, although it does not at all fall behind coastal areas. Numerous picturesque towns and villages located on the top of the hills, rich cultural offers and costly truffles are only a small part of what you can experience in this area.
varner is the sailing region consisting of the Liburn coast, the area of Rijeka and Vinodol, Velebit coast, and Kvarner archipelago. This region is proud of its long tradition in tourism, especially Liburn coast with Opatija as its center. Opatija is the location where Croatian tourism started to develop in the 19th century. Besides nice beaches and swimming areas, this region is ﬁlled with many sites with cultural and historical sights and monuments. Among many nature monuments, there are islands Krk, Cres, Rab, Mali Lošinj and Ilovik with beautiful bays, coves and anchorages as well as unique sand island- Susak.