Istria offers a moltitude of landscapes, from the Ucka mountains to large vineyards, white-topped mountains, lush wheat fields, plateaux, valleys, vineyards and olive groves on hillsides, and, finally the sea.
Once you approach our land, you will discover the Istrian region in enchanting details: church facades and portals, tiny village alleyways with their specific architectural touches, the babble of a stream, the blossoming cherries. Everything is warm–hearted and friendly here: nature, towns and people. It's hard to not get rub off by the quite slowness of the inland or remain engaged by the
vibrant coast life.
The westernmost county of the Republic of Croatia. The largest peninsula of the Adriatic Sea.
2,820 km2 (triangle Dragonja, Kamenjak, Učka)
445 km (well-indented coast is twice as long as the road one)
The western coast of Istria is 242.5 km long, with island 327.5 km.
The eastern coast of Istria is 202 km long with the pertaining islets 212 km.
The lowest sea temperature is in March ranging from 9.3°C up to 11.1°C.
The highest sea temperature is in August when it reaches 23.3°C and 24.1°C.