Featured hotels in Istria

  • £69

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    Holiday home Putini Putini, Šorići
    Description Located in Šorići in the Istria region, Holiday home Putini Putini is a 4-star property boasting free WiFi. The accommodation is 47 km from Portorož.
  • Description Located in Mali Vareški, Holiday home Mali Vareski III provides accommodation with a private pool and free WiFi. The accommodation is 33 km from Rovinj.
  • £57

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    Holiday Homes in Korenici/Istrien 11520, Korenići
    Description Set in Korenići, just 1 km from Dvigrad Castle, Holiday Homes in Korenici/Istrien 11520 provides accommodation with free WiFi.
  • £56

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    Holiday Home Grande, Grandići
    Description Peacefully located in Grandići, Holiday Home Grande is surrounded by a large garden. Free WiFi access is available.
  • £57

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    Apartment Gajana Croatia, Gajana
    Description Apartment Gajana Croatia is set in Gajana. The property features sea views and is 18 km from Rovinj. The apartment is equipped with 2 bedrooms and a fully fitted kitchen with a dishwasher.
  • £66

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    Holiday home Peresiji Cr, Peresiji
    Description Featuring accommodation with a private pool, Holiday home Peresiji Cr is set in Peresiji. This holiday home provides an outdoor pool and complimentary WiFi.

Istria highlights

Istria’s blue beaches
Dotted with many beaches awarded the prestigious Blue Flag eco-label, the Istrian coastline abounds in crystal clear waters.
Picturesque hilltop towns
Perched on the hilltops, these medieval settlements offer authentic scenery and unforgettable vistas. Don’t miss Motovun, Grožnjan, Hum and Buzet.
Brijuni Islands National Park
Along with a safari park and golf courses, Brijuni Archipelago boasts 14 islands of rare vegetation and significant archaeological remains.
Culinary Istria - Wine and olive routes
Istrian winery and oil tradition spans millennia. Savour indigenous Malvasia and Teran wines, and crisp, golden olive oil.
Rovinj’s Old Town
Rovinj’s labyrinth of narrow streets, art galleries and authentic taverns reflects past times. St.Euphemia hilltop boasts stunning sea views.
Roman Arena of Pula
Once a gladiator battleground, today a venue for summer performances, this is one of the world’s best-preserved Roman arenas.
Truffle – the gourmet gem
This exquisite mushroom is considered the highlight of Istrian cuisine. The best white truffles are found in the Mirna Valley.
Cycling through green Istria
Over 2500 km of bike trails will take you past Istria’s castles, vineyards, hidden ruins and picturesque villages.
UNESCO-listed Euphrasian Basilica
The wall mosaics of the 6th century Basilica in Poreč are one of Europe’s finest examples of early Byzantine art.
Go active in Istria
Istria attracts many sports enthusiasts with its 430 tennis courts, various horseback riding ranches and top-notch golf courses.

Land of History, Sun and Wine

The land of stony beaches, sapphire seas and rocky mountains, Istria is the largest peninsula of the Adriatic Sea. It’s a popular tourist destination famous for its cuisine, weather and wine.

Istria has been a part of many powerful empires: the Byzantine, Roman, Venetian, Austro-Hungarian and more recently, Yugoslavian. Each of them has left an easily recognisable mark on the architecture, giving you an opportunity for a crash course in the region’s fascinating past just by travelling around.

The Brijuni Islands are a must-see for that reason. They were once President Tito’s private property with a large zoo, over 200 dinosaur footprints and a never-ending stream of international guests, including heads of state and Hollywood film stars.

Located near the Brijuni is the largest city of the Istria region, Pula, best-known for the beautiful Roman architecture and tranquil countryside surrounding it, as well as for its winemaking and fishing traditions.

Whether you’re visiting Pula or other towns like Pazin, Porec or Opatija, make sure to visit local restaurants and try Italian-influenced dishes with famous Istrian peppers, truffles and seafood. Finish your meal with grappa or a glass of sweet wine - the best comes from the Kalavojna region.

Istria is a diverse region and Booking.com offers equally diverse properties. From boutique hotels to comfortable apartments, you have a range of nearly 600 properties to choose from.

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