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Brijuni National Park

The Brijuni National Park consists of 16 wonderful islands of unique beauty, which stretch along the south western coast of the Istrian peninsula. The untouched natural beauty and many animals roaming freely in the parks will delight anyone who visits this National Park. Besides enjoying the wonderful natural surroundings, you can learn more about the cultural historical heritage of this area on the largest island of Veli Brijun.

Plitvice Lakes National Park

This national park is one of the most beautiful national parks in Europe and, since 1979, it has been enlisted into the UNESCO World Heritage List. Enjoy walking along the foot paths and little wooden bridges which are surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes. You will reach the hidden lookout spots with a magical view of the lakes connected with waterfalls and frothy cascades by little tourist train.


Explore Istria's interior whose countryside is full of vineyards, olive groves, fields of lavender and dense woods. You will be enchanted by the beauty of the hill tops with charming Istrian towns situated there, as well as the Roman buildings, the Baroque palaces, and the medieval towers. You will also be charmed by the inns and restaurants in which you can try some traditional Istrian specialities.

Krk Tour

Durin this excursion, you will discover interesting towns, such as Omišalj, Krk, Punat and Vrbnik. The town of Krk has been living within its Roman walls to this day and it is hiding numerous cultural and historical sights you can explore. On the cliff right above the sea itself, a magical town of Vrnik has risen, known for its indigenous Vrbnička Žlahtina wine which we recommend you make sure to taste after a gastronomic pleasure provided by the known Krk specialties.

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