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If you’re looking for a small and charming coastal town with plenty to see and do, during the day as well as in the evening, Porec is the ideal choice, a picturesque town packed with sightseeing options. What’s particularly great about this town is that it’s small enough to explore in a day, but also makes for a great base to explore the rest of Istria. We recommend spending at least two full days, preferably three, in the area. This blog post contains the best things to do in Porec, as well as recommended beaches, restaurants, bars and accommodations.
Situated on the pretty Istrian coastline, ideally placed to explore further afield too, the picturesqueness and nightlife of Porec may be a strange combination, but it’s one that works fantastically!
It’s virtually impossible to get lost in Porec, which is ideal for those who enjoy wandering around as they please, seeing what they can find along the way. The beaches in and around the town are also typically idyllic.
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A heart-shaped peninsula on the northern end of Croatia’s Adriatic coastline, Istria is Croatia’s perfectly formed gem. Offering three of Croatia’s most attractive coastal towns in Pula, Rovinj and Porec, Istria is rich in culinary treasures, history and culture. Beginning this summer British Airways is celebrating its first full season flying to Pula Airport in Istria, direct from London Heathrow as well as other airlines now operating weekly flights* making it easier for visitors to discover its 445km of pristine coastline, hidden corners, preserved natural surroundings and its three gastronomic pearls; truffles, olive oil and wine.
Treasure troves of antiquity that were once ancient Istrian towns are dotted both inland and on the coastline. Situated furthest South is Pula, once Istria’s main port and today making a name for itself as Istria’s liveliest town. Liberally dotted with ancient monuments, along with its vibrant main square, Pula is proudly home to one of the best-preserved amphitheatres in the Roman world.