Betiga is a village very close to the holiday settlement of Barbariga. In Betiga you will find a small number of family owned restaurants offering Istrian and Italian food at very reasonable prices. If you are looking for an individual, friendly, familiar atmosphere instead of a one fits all tourist treatment, Betiga is the place to go.
Barbariga is a holiday settlement directly on the coast. It comprises of a supermarket, several restaurants, cafes and souvenir shops. Outside the main tourist season, the area is nearly unpopulated and offers an opportunity for quite and peaceful relaxation. Please note that due to low number of tourists in the months from October to May some restaurants, shopping facilities and recreation facilities might be closed.
Vodnjan is a more than one thousand years old town. Main source of income is still the production of olive oil and vine as well as agriculture. In Vonjan you can buy some of the world’s best olive oil or visit the village church with their famous mummies.
Pula is full of history and full of life. It offers ancient roman buildings (amphitheater, gate of Hercules, temple of Rome and Augustus) as well as excellent restaurants, bars and clubs .
Istria is the largest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea. The peninsula is located at the head of the Adriatic, between the Gulf of Trieste and the Bay of Kvarner. It is an attractive region for tourism, because of its mild Mediterranean climate, beautiful nature, rich culture and exquisite seafood dishes and Italian cuisine.