The Istrian peninsula hides a number of little gems. Two of those are Labin and Rabac.
Labin is located on the eastern coast of the Istrian peninsula, around 40 km away from Pula and 60 km from the city of Rijeka. This historical town was inhabited as early as 2000 BC.
The town is home to stunning palaces, sculptures, medieval fortifications and towers. Labin is situated on the hill above Rabac. Rabac, once a small fishing village, is today a popular tourist destination.
With its clean beaches, sporting activites, restaurants and promenade, Rabac is known locally as “The Pearl of Kvarner bay”.
Check out the new tourism promo video for Labin & Rabac, produced by studio Level52, which the Tourist Board recently presented.