botanical garden a century ago
The current park near the Poreč bus station is widely accepted as the most possible location of the botanical garden which existed a century ago.
with the Valamar Isabella Resort
The island of St. Nikola, located opposite the town, is a natural shield of the city port, strengthened by two breakwaters. It is the largest and most beautiful of Poreč islands, and also a popular bathing site.
Baredine Cave is situated near Nova Vas, between Poreč, Višnjan and Tar. This cave is a treasury of stalagmites and stalactites…
fresh water sources
The springs in Funtana gave the name to the town. They are right next to the seashore and on the same elevation of the sea surface. Yet they are giving fresh drinking water.
The spiralled shallows in front of the homonymous small island on the open sea were formed by large underwater rocks…
In the eastern part of the reef are the remains of broken amphorae, and close to the signs there are two huge rocks…
Close to St. Nikola’s Island, more precisely from its southern and rocky side, at a depth of between 4 to 12 meters, we can find the Splendid diving location.
A spiralled dive for the Karbula Reef around the homonymous small island located on the western side of St. Nikola’s Island starts at its northern part to a depth of 13 meters.
Step-like spiralled shallows begin at the solitary channel marker “Meja” at a depth of 3 meters.
The shallows off the Busula peninsula, 200 meters long and 50 meters wide, are an attractive location because of the large underwater rocks and the many fish which find a safe haven here.
Nature, Streets & Squares