Many civilizations and cultures have alternated in Istria, leaving behind much more than just historical stories. Due to this eventful history of Istria, a freedom-loving breed of people developed here, which comes very close to our ideal of living in personal responsibility.

We don’t want to compete with the many travel guides here and just give you a few impressions and suggestions. In addition to the landscape, the coast, the Mediterranean Sea, the cities, the history, the great cuisine and very special local food and drinks, there are also many cultural and sporting offers. We would be happy to support you in planning your activities.

Bale - Valle

• Formerly Valle d'Istria
• approx. 1,100 inhabitants
• 20% mother tongue Italian
• Origins in the Roman fortress of Castrum Vallis - built by Caius Palcrus to protect the salt pan road from Pula to Poreč
• Palazzo Soardo-Bembo from the 15th century


• Small port town with fishing boats
• Ferry to the Brijuni Islands
• Nice beach bars


• One of the most beautiful port cities in the Mediterranean


• The sixth largest amphitheater of antiquity and one of the best preserved

Cape Kamenjak

• protected natural landscape
• with a bit of luck dolphin watching from the shore
• very nice shore hiking trail
• cliff jumping
• the inner area of the peninsula is unfortunately completely dusty because of the vehicle traffic in summer

Other interesting destinations

• Brijuni Islands - National Park, Vizula, Vodnjan, Dvigrad, Limski Fjord