Istria is offering you a vaste choice of apartments, holiday homes, villas, and hotels.
Because of the influence of the Mediterranean, winters have no snow and summers are long, sunny and warm. Istria is considered the sunniest oasis in Europe. The eastern coast is steep with the highest mountain of Istria - Ucka (1.396 m) rising above. Close to the south east coast there is the Brijuni Archipelago, while the larger islands of the Kvarner bay were formed along the eastern coast.
There are a few significantly different landscape units in Istria.
The White Istria- where water and arable land are scarce. In the south west of the White Istria there is the Grey Istria, the area cut by the river valleys, with more water and vegetation.
The third and the largest, the most economically developed and the most fertile part is the Red Istria. There are exuberant woods and plenty of red arable soil, vineyards and olive-groves. The picturesque settlements are usually located on top of the hills. In Istria there are well preserved remains and monuments from the Roman times as well as different periods of history after the Fall of The Roman Empire.
You mustn't only see Istria, you must experience it. It is simply - unique.