Villa Gin Tonic
280 m2 consisting of a large living room connected with a dining room and a fully equipped modern kitchen.
The beautiful Villa Gin & Tonic is located on the western part of the Istrian peninsula in the village Medvidići between Poreč and Rovinj.
The house consists of two parts, which are connected by a glazed corridor that holds the continuous light and airiness thread this interior offers.
This luxurious oasis of 280 m2 consists of a large living room connected to a dining room and a fully equipped modern kitchen.
Sun, beach, culture and sea
At the southernmost tip of Istria is the Cape Kamenjak, about 10km from Pula. The area is protected and can hardly be surpassed in beauty. Here is a bath bay to the next, one more beautiful than the other and all completely different. According to the Lonely Planet travel guide, Cape Kamenjak ranks seventh on the most beautiful hidden coastline in the entire Mediterranean – not least because of its rough and wild scenery, which gives you the feeling of being at the bottom of the world.
The Aquacolors water park in Porec is the ideal destination for a day out with the whole family. Opened in 2015, the area covers 100,000 m2 and has 13 water slides, a large wave pool, a special children’s pool and a so-called “lazy river” which, at 500 meters, is the longest of its kind in southern Europe. Numerous attractions, an extensive restaurant and bar offer and beautiful lounging areas offer a lot of fun for the big and small visitors. The Aquapark is open every day from 10:00 to 18:00 in the pre and post season. In the main months of July and August, the bathing fun is extended to 19.00 clock.
Pula offers the perfect mix of city and beach and is increasingly becoming a trend destination for holidaymakers in Croatia. Although Pula is the oldest city in Istria, it sometimes gives the impression that time has stopped here, but it is anything but dusty. The harbor city is bubbling with life and conveys history, holiday feeling and Croatian culture alike. Whether you just want to drift through the streets or are interested in the many historical delicacies spread throughout the city, Pula has something for everyone. In combination with beautiful, crystal-clear bays, it is understandable that every year attracts numerous visitors from all over the world to the Croatian Adriatic Sea.
Die Küste Istriens ist mehr als 540 km lang, umfasst auch die vielen vorgelagerten Inseln und ist geprägt von Felskulissen. Die lange Küste beherbergt Strände und überwiegend kleine Badebuchten – die meisten sind von Pinienwäldern gesäumt, bestehen aus Kies und Stein und werden von imposanten Felshängen eingerahmt. Ein weiteres kleines Strandwunder verbirgt sich an der Küste Istriens: Drei der wenigen Sandstrände in Kroatien! Während du in der Nähe beliebter Reiseziele, wie Pula oder Rovinj, Strände mit einer guten Infrastruktur in zentraler Lage findest, kannst du zwischen den Städten ganze Küstenabschnitte mit naturbelassenen Traumbuchten und kristallklarem Wasser entdecken.