The Ultimate Travel Guide to Istria, Croatia Istria Croatia, the largest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea, is a utopia of nature, food, history and culture. The seemingly endless rugged coastline and sandy beaches with crystal-clear blue waters lapping at their shores offer the best beach holidays in Croatia, while the inland regions of Central Istria provide a cooler, more tranquil retreat into green, rolling hills, vineyards, castles, and truffles to rival the country’s neighbour, Italy.

The Ultimate Travel Guide to Istria, Croatia #shareistria @shareistria

Here are some of the finest gastronomical and foodie experiences that Istria, Croatia has to offer! #travel #croatia #foodie

Top 6 Foodie Experiences in Istria, Croatia

Known for its gastronomy tourism, Istria offers fresh seafood and vegetables, hallmark Istrian olive oils, signature Malvazija wines, and a myriad of delicious and beautiful culinary works of art.

Istria, Croatia: The Istrian Peninsula is home to diverse topography, rich culture, and an ever-expanding tourism industry that aims to set this still relatively unknown region of Croatia on the map.

Top 10 Experiences in Istria, Croatia

One of the things I love most about Istria (aside from the gorgeous food of course) is the cute, small towns. Some of them are fortified and have a well-preserved medieval style. Others are colorful or just plain charming and cute. Here's a list of the most adorable towns in Istria, Croatia.

One of the things I love most about Istria (aside from the gorgeous food of course) is the cute, small towns. Some of them are fortified and have a well-preserved medieval style. Others are colorful or just plain charming and cute. Here's a list of the mo

Zarečki Krov, Istria, Croatia. Zarečki Roof is a large cave that resembles a roof over the river Pazinčica. Its flow creates a ten-meter-high waterfall and lake nearly ten feet deep. It is located 3 km from Pazin to Cerovlje in Croatia.

Zarečki Roof is a large cave that resembles a roof over the river Pazinčica. Its flow creates a ten-meter-high waterfall and lake nearly ten feet deep. It is located 3 km from Pazin to Cerovlje in Croatia.

The Medieval Town of Motovun-Montona, Croatia. Motovun is a medieval town that grew up on the site of an ancient city called Kastelijer. It is situated on a hill 886 feet above sea level with houses scattered all over the hill.

Landscape: This is how the city of Jorica would look like. I like the way the houses curl up agains the hill towards the top. In my game there would be a greek inspired palace on the top of the hill.

Novigrad, Istria, Croatia #novigrad #istria #croatia

Novigrad, once a peaceful fishing town, over the years has become a compelling touristic destination.

Cape Kamenjak_Premantura, Istria, Croatia

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