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Porec is a city of true hospitality with a long tradition of tourism. It is located on the west coast of the Istrian peninsula along the clear blue sea where the beautiful beaches will surely sweeten your summer days. The old historical city center tells of a tumultuous past and of great civilizations that have left their mark. This city of sports and cultural heritage is full of vegetation. The entire old town of Porec is marked by the influence of great civilizations. A stroll through the city’s centuries-old streets will lead you to Trg Marafor, the site of the Forum in the ancient world. Some of the original pavement has been preserved to this day. Some of the houses on the square lack a foundation as they were erected directly on the pavement of the forum. The main street of Porec, the Decumanus dates back to the time when Porec was a prehistoric harbor.

 
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Excursions:


Limfjord, Rovinj, Pula, Venedig, Postojna, Lipica, Motovun, Opatija

 

Traveling by car:


Take A4 up to the Italy-Slovenia border. Take VIA FLAVIA, on S15, 5-6 km towards the border I-SLO SPODONJA SKOFIJE. After the border drive 8 km on A1 towards KOPER-ZENTRUM, turn right at the road sign PULA-HR onto 11/E751 SMARSKA CESTA, drive direction KASTEL E751/DRAGONJA SLO-HR for 15 km. After the border drive straight on motorway “Y” towards Porec, take exit Baderna, drive about 6km to Buicic.
A car is necessary

Traveling by plane:


Airport Pula - 45 km
Airport Ronchi near Trieste - 120 km

Pickup service is possible
 

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Leisure activities in the area

  • Golf course
  • Tennis court
  • Sea/Beach
  • Skiing
  • Horseback riding
  • Diving
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Water skiing
  • Biking
  • Mountain biking
  • Surfing
  • Restaurants
  • National Historic Sites
  • Theater
  • Galleries / Museum
  • Cinema
  • Shopping
  • Fitness Center

Leisure activities offered a greater distance away

  • Mountain climbing