Top natural attractions on the Istrian coast
Sometimes we stop in the moment, look around ourselves, and think: “Wow, mother nature sure surprise us daily!”. That`s how the Istrian coast can be summarized. Here are some of the top natural attractions on the coast:
Cape Kamenjak near Pula
It is located in the south of the Istrian peninsula, only 10 km from the city of Pula. It is a significant part of Istria, which with its natural resources attracts visitors from all over the world, throughout the year. Cape Kamenjak has been a protected area since 1996. It is 3400 meters long and 500 to 1600 meters wide. There are numerous plant and animal species, and the coastal part consists of more than 30 picturesque bays lamented by the crystal clear and clean Adriatic Sea. In order for the experience of the perfect place for the rest of the soul and body to be complete, there are also 11 uninhabited islets together with the islet of Porer where the lighthouse is located.
The bays of Western Istria
The indented coast of western Istria is full of bays and coves with beautiful beaches, many awarded the Blue Flag, as well as places pleasing to the eye. They are ideal for a relaxing holiday with a view of the blue open sea, in the shade of the woods, while those with an adventurous spirit will surely set out to explore their hidden corners.
Labin and Rabac area
Labin and Rabac have excellent conditions for active holidays throughout the year. Climatically, sea and mountain air combine here, and natural beauties include not only the sea and beaches but also mountain landscapes. Therefore, this area is a real paradise for lovers of cycling, trekking, hiking, hiking and water sports. There are seven hiking trails for recreationists who, while recreating, can enjoy the landscapes of the Labin region.