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    Road cycling through Terra Magica

    Our Terra Magica tour is enjoyable for every true road cyclist, starting from Poreč to its hinterland. On your way you will reach Višnjan, a little place that vaunts an astronomical observatory ranked among the 5 most important observatories in the world. Passing by Mirna river delta and Novigrad you'll arrive to Umag and northernmost point of Istria. Buje, Brtonigla, Grožnjan, Oprtalj, Motovun, Labin, Pula and Rovinj each offer a perfect blend of history and gastronomy, incredible flora and fauna, full of exciting details that make you want to stop and enjoy this week to the fullest


    8 days Grade: Fit
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    Self guided family cycling tour from Trieste to Poreč

    Family cycling tour from Trieste to Poreč on most beautiful MTB trails in region of Istria


    8 days Comfort: Comfortable
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    Walking green Istria short break

    Experience in just five days a land of vineyards, olives, hilly inland and friendly residents. Your walk starts at Brtonigla, with its natural parks, caves, picturesque hills, rich flora and fauna and excellently preserved small churches and chapels, ending up at Parenzana - an old railway. The path leads you through Livade for you to experience the particular flavor of a world known truffle. Visiting Oprtalj, Buzet and Hum you end your walking journey at the top of the Učka mountain with a wonderful view of Kvarner Bay. Lovran is the last city you will visit before your adventure ends


    5 days Grade: Fit
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    Walking Tour of Rovinj

    Rovinj, the Blue Pearl of the Adriatic, the city of romance and art, one of the most picturesque towns in the Mediterranean. Part of the Venetian Republic for over 500 years, the Old Town is perched on an elevated peninsula, surrounded by Venetian terracotta-roofed houses and crowned by the Church of St. Euphemy from the 18th century whose bell tower dominates the Rovinj silhouette. The cramped area of the former island dictated the appearance of the town that is characterized by high houses, narrow paved streets and small squares


    1,5 hour Grade: All Ages
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    Biking Dubrovnik countryside and islands

    Explore the amazing islands, medieval towns, old villages and lovely bays of southern Croatia. Cycling from Konavle through amazing countryside to the Peljesac peninsula you’ll reach a historic town of Korcula. Rest and dine like a local and get ready for exceptional natural beauty of Mljet national park. By visiting salt lakes you’ll be relaxed as never before and full of energy to cycle your way back to Dubrovnik. With a short ride to Šipan you’ll get a day of complete relaxation on this quiet island. Leave Croatia with more than a souvenir as your memories will last much longer


    8 days Grade: Moderate
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    Biking from Split to Dubrovnik

    This authentic weekly experience in south Croatia gets you behind the scene on Croatian lifestyle and Mediterranean culture. Discover best preserved Roman monuments in Split and stone quarries on the island of Brac, smell lavender fields on Hvar and enjoy the stillness of Korcula. Views on crystal clear water of the Adriatic sea, vineyards and picturesque towns on this tour will make your cycling holiday so unforgettable. Going along the peninsula of Peljesac you’ll reach the pearl of Adriatic, an old town of Dubrovnik with gorgeous city walls and authentic people and lifestyle


    6 Days Grade: Fit
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    Cape Kamenjak - 1 day biking trip

    The unusually indented southernmost cape of the Istrian peninsula is equally interesting viewed from land, air or sea. It is one of the last oases of the coastal region that has preserved its original appearance - a mosaic of cultivated fields, pastures and green groves immersed in the deep blue sea. Cape Kamenjak conceals great secrets of nature which makes it is the ideal place for recreational mountainbiking. On the way you can find 22 types of orchids including the endemic specie "Serapias Istriaca" (the Istrian orchid)


    1 day Grade: Moderate
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    Expoloring Istrian underground - half day tour

    visiting the pits and caves with remains from different eras. Learning about speleological techniques and exploring inaccessible pit


    4-5 hours Grade: Moderate
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    In Search Of The Truffle

    searching for truffles with a truffler and his dogs and tasting truffle delicacies;


    Half day Grade: All Ages
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    Roman Empire in Istria

    The Romans introduced a new type of organization in Istria, just as throughout entire Europe they were the first to start the urbanization, building roads and connecting towns, thus greatly encouraged the development of trade. Istria is famous as a region rich in high quality stone, a fact well known to the Romans, so today there are numerous places along the west coast of Istria that were once Roman quarries from which stone was taken to erect their magnificent buildings. The Amphitheatre of Pula was also built from local lime stone. The Romans brought the exploitation of stone nearly to perfection through the new way of building, stone dres


    1 day Grade: All Ages

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