Istrian towns and villages

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Smrikve Pula Premantura
Brijuni Vodnjan Medulin
Fazana Galizana Vizace
Peroj Svetvincenat Marcana
Bale Kanfanar Mutvoran
Monkodonja Dvigrad Krnica
Rovinj Zminj Rakalj
Lim Bay Sv. Petar u Sumi Barban
Klostar Tinjan Rasa
Gradina Beram Labin
Vrsar Trviz Rabac
Funtana Gracisce Sv. Martin
Sv. Lovrec Pazin Sumber
Sv. Ivan Lindar Pican
Porec Kascerga Krsan
Mali Sv. Andjelo Zamask Klostar
Baredine Cave Motovun Kozljak
Tar Oprtalj Gologorica
Visnjan Zrenj Paz
Vizinada Zavrsje Belaj
Novigrad Grimalda Boljun
Karpinjan Draguc Lupoglav
Dajla Racice Raspor
Brtonigla Sovinjak Slum
Seget Vrh Ucka
Umag Hum Plomin
Savudrija Roc Brsec
Groznjan Buzet Moscenice
Buje Kostel Lovran
Momjan Salez Opatija
Istra Veprinac

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Istra – Istria: “The heart of Europe...“

IstraIstria is the most western county of the Republic of Croatia. A smaller part of it is today part of the Republic of Slovenia and another small part is part of Italy. Istria is the largest Croatian peninsula. Its broad cultural heritage makes Istria an ideal place for vacation any time of the year. Many European civilizations left their traces in Istria.

Istra

In Istria you can still find places from prehistoric times, monuments from the Roman and Byzantine Empire, architecture of the towns from the Venice Republic and the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy.

All this and much more in one place that is not bigger than Rome, London, Paris, Tokyo or New York.

  • Prehistoric sites: Mali Sv. Andjeo, Lim Bay, Monkodonja, Nesactium
  • Roman period: Pula, Porec
  • Byzantine period: Porec
  • Middle Ages: Kostel, Hum, Krsan, Kozljak, Vrsar, Dvigrad, Pazin, Belaj, Gracisce, Pican
  • The Venetian Republic: Groznjan, Buzet, Draguc, Novigrad, Motovun, Porec, Sv.Lovrec, Rovinj, Bale, Labin, Vodnjan, Zavrsje, Oprtalj
  • Austro-Hungarian Monarchy period: Opatija, Pula
  • Italian period: Rasa
  • Post World War Two period: Rabac and most of the hotel buildings all around the costal area of Istria.

Smrikve is located close to the southern tip of the peninsula, near the city of Pula.

In a bit more than an hour you can reach by car almost every part of Istria.

The weather is characterized by the mild Mediterranean climate, with warm and dry summers and mild and pleasant winters.

The mild climate enables a pleasant stay in Istria during the whole year.

In Smrikve we play tennis all year long.

Since 1996 Smrikva Bowl is organized in Smrikve. This tournament is today considered one of the most important under 10 tennis tournaments in the World.

This event was born with the vision of promoting values which reach beyond all frontiers; the Cosmopolitan values. Culture, children, sports and music are part of the Cosmopolitan world.

If you see the form of Istria and use a bit of imagination you will be able to see that it is shaped in the form of a hearth.

Love is the cosmopolitan value per excellence, as far as people and humanity are concerned. It is nice that Smrikva Bowl, that promotes the values of friendship and love, is played in Istria, in the heart of Europe.

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