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101 Awesome Experiences in Istria

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Croatia’s magical Istrian Peninsula offers so many unforgettable experiences, from enjoying the amazing cuisine, wine, and beaches, to having fun and adventures outdoors.

Istria Gourmet have compiled a guide of 101 awesome experiences that will make your holiday a memorable one.

Go swimming in beautiful beaches…

Taste the exquisite Istrian wines from lovely Istrian wineries…

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Go olive oil tasting in the world’s best olive oil region as proclaimed by Flos Olei, world’ leading olive oil guide…

Sample the delicious Istrian food at excellent Istrian restaurants, including the Michelin Guide rated Monte in Rovinj…

Go on walks and runs, such as the beautiful 100 Miles of Istria race spanning towns of NW and central Istria…

Stay at beautiful hotels, resorts, and private residences and experience the Istrian hospitality that will make you feel at home

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Experience living in nature at one of Istria’s many camps

Take a boat trip between Istrian towns or to Venice, Italy…

Wander through Istria’s historical sites and museums, and take part in historical plays by Istra Inspirit…

Explore Istria’s numerous churches and frescoes…

Explore Istria’s many famous castles…

Get soaked in water fun at the Istralandia water park in Brtonigla…

See Istria’s oldest lighthouse in Savudrija…

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Explore the Mramornica Cave in Brtonigla, once of the largest caves in Istria…

Go truffle hunting with dogs in Buzet or the Motovun forest…

Visit Hum, the smallest town in the world…

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Check out the full list of 101 experiences HERE

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