Istria is a teardrop-shaped peninsula in the north of Croatia on the border of Slovenia. As well as a stunning coastline, clear blue sea, and small, beautiful islands, the region offers a fascinating mix of history, culture and architecture.
Istria offers wonderful rustic Italian-style towns such as Pula, Porec and Rovinj. Rovinj is a beautiful medieval dwelling with a pretty harbour built from the water’s edge up to the peak of a hill. Houses are built almost on top of each other, and the maze of narrow cobbled streets and small village squares selling handcraft and paintings is filled with cafs, bars and restaurants serving fresh food and delicious wine. You can also visit vineyards and olive oil farms, go sailing along the beautiful coastline, explore incredible labyrinths and caves, and take a trip to Venice just across the Adriatic Sea.
Grand Park Hotel Rovinj
Plunge into serenity at this elegant hideaway surrounded by a fragrant pine forest, just a short stroll from the beautiful historic old town of Rovinj on Croatia’s Istrian peninsula.
Monte Mulini is situated just a short walk from the beautiful, medieval town of Rovinj, Istria. Intimate design, exquisite dining and the breathtaking Croatian landscape make Monte Mulini an idyllic holiday retreat.
Hotel Adriatic Rovinj
Benefiting from a fantastic location at the heart of Rovinj, the boutique Hotel Adriatic is surrounded by the hustle and bustle of Rovinj’s charming streets, and the hotel makes an ideal base from which to explore this picturesque town.
Highlights of Venice & Istria
Venice & Rovinj
A perfect match combining the beauty and culture of iconic Venice with the spectacular coastlines of Croatia and its majestic scenery. Submerge in the beautiful sights of Venice before travelling across the turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea to Croatia, where unique hilltop villages meet lush pine forests and crystal-clear waters, for some...
GBP £3,400 pp