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Vrsar is a small town located on a hill near the delta of the Lim Bay. Do you want to experience living in medieval times surrounded by romantic views? Carry on reading to explore more about this beautiful town.

Main photo by Massimo Pulić‎

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Vodnjan is a small city located in the Istria region. It is approximately 13km away from the city of Pula. Italian name of the town is Dignano.

The area is inhabited by around six thousand people. It has a very diverse population which consists among others of Croats, Italians, Bosniaks, Serbs and Montenegrins.

Interesting fact: some of the old native residents speak an Istriot language called “Bumbaro”. Those people are called “Bumbari”.

The main photo by Enrik Ščulac

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Barban is a small town located in the southern part of eastern Istria. The population of the town is approximately 3000 people. Even Barban is small, it is quite popular with the horse tournament placed in this town each year. Would you like to discover more about it?  Let’s go!

Main photo by Ki Ka

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Ližnjan is a small village in Istria region, Croatia. The population is approximately four thousand citizens, spread on 54 km2.

Even though the whole Istria is a peninsula, the town is located on its own, tiny one, at the southernmost tip of Istria.

The village has access to the sea and it overlooks the Kvarner islands. The main attraction is a 28km coastline with beautiful rocky beaches.

The economy of the area is based on fishing, harbour and tourism.

The main photo by Suzana Pinjuh

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Medulin is a touristic center situated in Istria region, north-western part of Croatia, just a few kilometers from the city of Pula. Each year during summer to Medulin come a lot of tourists, usually whole families, to enjoy holidays and relax on a long coastline.

In Medulin, the main attraction is the transparent Adriatic Sea. While swimming you can admire rich underwater flora and fauna of the region.

Main photo by Zoran Burazerović 

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Crikvenica is a town located in the Kvarner bay of the Adriatic Sea, which is one of the most beautiful coastal sites in Croatia. The population of the total municipality is around eleven thousand citizens, the majority of them being Croats.

As Crikvenica has been developing, the town nearby called Selce was expanding as well. Nowadays they created a mini-conglomerate.

The main photo by Kristijan Pernar‎

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Premantura is a small, picturesque village in Istria region,Croatia. It is situated on the southernmost tip of Istrian Peninsula. Permanently it is inhabited by less than 1000 people, but a short distance from Premantura is the city of Pula, which is the biggest city in Istria.

While Premantura village itself is a beautiful area, we strongly recommend to take a long walk or drive a few kilometres further - to the very end of the peninsula and see Cape Kamenjak.

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Novi Vinodolski is a small city situated on the coast of the Adriatic Sea. Nearby, there are towns: Crikvenica, Selce, Bribir, and Senj. The population of the total administrative area is around five thousand people.

Nowadays, Novi Vinodolski is recognized as a tourist resort, attracting travelers from all around the world.

The main photo by Dalibor Prodo Prodanic

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Fažana or in Italian - Fasana, is a small town in the western coast of Istria, Croatia. The total area is about 14 km², and the population is less than 4000 citizens.

The town is recognised as a point from which you can get to The National Park - Brijuni Islands because there’s a port from which all the boats and ferries departure. Fažana is also known as “the pearl” of the west coast of Istria peninsula because of its unique charm of narrow streets and colourful buildings. The coast is also breathtaking, making Fažana a perfect spot for a city break.

The main photo by Morena Bravar‎

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Senj is a small city located on the upper Adriatic coast in Croatia. The population of the town is around six and a half thousand inhabitants. The symbol of the town is the fortress called “Nehaj”. It was built in the 16th century.

The main photo by Dalibor Prodo Prodanić

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Pazin is a small town located in the centre of Istria, in Croatia. The whole area of the city is approximately 135 km², with almost 8,500 inhabitants. The town is well known for its rich heritage and tradition.

What makes Pazin special is definitely its unusual situation - right on the hill, where buildings look as if they can fall down from the cliff any minute.

The main photo by Morena Bravar

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Buzet is a small town located in the north of Istrian Peninsula, Croatia. It is situated very close to the border with Slovenia. The town of Buzet has slightly more than six thousand inhabitants.

It is the second biggest town in the Istrian interior. The town of Buzet is settled on a hilltop, overlooking the River Mirna.

Main photo by Sandra Pedisic‎

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Not far from the capital city of Croatia lies Samobor, small city with big meaning. It is a city with a rich historical and cultural heritage and also s perfect place for continental food lovers. Using traditional recipes and mixing novelties, Samobor offers a great invitation for all continental cuisine fans. What makes the city more interesting is famous carnival which is mentioned for the first time back in 1827.

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Bale is a small town located on the Istrian Peninsula, close to two bigger cities: Pula and Rovinj. The population is approximately one thousand and one hundred citizens.

The total area of Bale is 81.65 km2. The town is officially bilingual - Croatian and Italian. The Italian name of the city is Valle d'Istria.

The main photo by Oliver Barnjak‎

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