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Holiday Accommodation In Pula, In The Province Of Istria (Istra)

arena_inside.JPGPula, being the largest city in the province of Istria (Istra) with a population of about 62.000, is situated in a large outstretching peninsula at the Adriatic sea coast, on seven hills, just like Rome. It's very mild Mediterranean climate also boasts having the cleanest sea water at its beaches and having large totally pristine nature landscapes, attaining it to be an increasing popular summer vacation destination with very hospitable and most comfortable holiday accommodations.
Pula is well known for its well established tradition of shipbuilding, fishing, food processing industry, winemaking and tourism. The city of Pula is 3000 years old, so it is also a town of profound culture and is known for its many ancient Roman monuments, the most famous of which is the Arena, the sixth largest preserved Amphiteatre in the world. It is very much in use today during summer pop and jazz concerts, operas, and the well known Pula film festival.

Holiday Travel To Croatia

brijuni_air.jpgCroatia in the heart of Europe is an archipelago in the Adriatic sea with more than 1000 islands, islets, reefs and rocks and has a coast of some 6000 kilometers long. Croatia is blessed with a Mediterranean climate and a crystal clear Adriatic sea which since ancient times has always been a very important waterway. Culturally it has heritage from the Romans, Greek, Venetians, Austrians, French and the English. The Croatian lifestyle is similar to all Mediterranean countries in that the cuisine has plenty of fish and also olives and most excellent local wines are a mainstay in daily consumption. Today Croatia is about to become member of the Europian Union and offers its warm hospitality in a most economic stable and open society. A holiday will be most rewarding with excellent travel facilities and very comfortable rooms, apartments and hotel accommodations.

Istrian Peninsula
The province of Istria is the largest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea. The peninsula is located in the far north of the Adriatic between the Gulf of Trieste and the Bay of Kvarner. GeographicalIy the peninsula of Istria has the Ćićarija mountain range being part of the Alps, of which the Učka mountain is the highest. r23.jpgImportant rivers deriving from the Ćićarija mountains are Dragonja, Mirna and Raša. Excursions to the plentiful and beautiful situated harbours along the extensive Adriatic sea coast also known as Plava Istra or Blue Istria, include towns like Novigrad, Poreč, Vrsar, Rovinj, Pula with its beautiful coves along its beaches, Medulin and Umag where international tennis tournaments take place. Excursions in the splendour of unspoiled nature with towns of beauty and history in the interior land at the foot of the Alps, complement a most rewarding vacation period.


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