Explore hilltop towns, taste truffles, visit UNESCO spots. All the best things to do in Istria in only 1 day.
Discover the UNESCO site, Euphrasian Basilica in Poreč, continue to the medieval town, Grožnjan, famous for its artists, and end up in the most famous hilltop town of Motovun. Enjoy truffle tasting with amazing views from the city walls.
Immerse yourself in the ancient cities and fascinating culture of the Istrian Peninsula during this 8-hour day trip from Pula and Medulin. Wander the cobblestone streets of Bale and Rovinj and enjoy a typical Istrian lunch. Then head to Porec, where you can explore the 2,000-year-old ruins of Roman temples and a Byzantine-style basilica.
We will start the excursion from hotel in Pula. The road to Rovinj takes about 50 minutes. First, we will have sightseeing of Rovinj. Some free time for souvenirs or drinks, then we will proceed towards Porec. Excursion continues with the sightseeing of Porec and some free time in the centre. On our way to Pula we will stop for a wine tasting in a family country estate where you will learn about the wine production. Transfer back to hotel in Pula.
Discover Istria’s charming towns and dramatic scenery—and indulge in tastings of the region’s specialties—on this two-in-one, small-group tour. Following your morning departure, travel via air-conditioned vehicle to Groznjan, a hilltop town known for its many artists. Continue next to Motovun for a tasting of truffles, olive oils, and more, and upgrade to add a local lunch to your itinerary. Finish with a sightseeing stop at the Pazin Abyss.
Explore the Istria peninsula with a local guide as you taste your way through the region. This food-focused tour begins in the tiny town of Hum, which has only 30 residents. Then it’s on to the ancient walled city of Motovun, followed by the hilltop village of Groznjan. Along the way, taste local delicacies, wines, and liquors, and learn about the area’s history.
Istria is a region with rich history and exceptional gastronomy. Be charmed by this unique region and all it has to offer.
Tour includes visiting Rovinj, Poreč, and Motovun.
Rovinj and Poreč are magnificent coastal towns with rich history and beautiful scenery. Ideal for history enthusiasts and photography lovers.
Motovun is located in the heart of Istria, on a hilltop surrounded by the famous Motovun forest, rich with black and white truffles.
Istria is called small Tuscany for a good reason and this tour is going to show you what makes Istria - "terra magica".
Discover the underground world of Baredine Cave on a guided tour. The cave is home to thousands of stalactite and stalagmite formations, and it also contains a subterranean lake where an endemic species of non-pigmented salamander lives. After the cave, explore the on-site agricultural exhibit and taste Istrian wines.
Croatia has a long and rich history tied to both land and sea. Most visitors spend all their time enjoying the beaches, but they're missing out. Explore the Istrian Hills during this half-day walking/driving tour and discover the bohemian Croatia from folklore and legend. Sample authentic delicacies and take in spectacular sites of ancient cities perched atop even older hills.