There are great ways to explore Istria and one of them is by van. Krug Travel offers daily scheduled day trips in small groups and private tours around Istria. No matter if you want to join the vibrant wine scene or if you want to visit the idyllic Istria
Just 15 minutes from Bale is Fažana, an ideal starting point from which to explore the Brijuni National Park.
A group of two larger islands and 12 islets is a truly hidden paradise, which deservedly bears the status of national park.
Rovinj is a romantic town located on the western coast of Istria. The old town, under UNESCO protection, is interwoven with stone streets and squares. Follow them and you will certainly not miss the most imposing city building, the church of St. Euphemia.
Its 3,000 year old history is embedded in every corner of the city. The Pula Arena, the Temple of Augustus, the cobbled streets, museums and various events are offered to visitors looking for the cultural and historical sites of the peninsula.
The Lim Bay is part of the 35 km long Lim Valley, which extends almost to the centre of Istria, and is one of the most beautiful natural resources of the Istrian peninsula. The bay itself is slightly longer than 10 km, 30 m deep, with its widest part bein
Poreč is a place where the natural beauties of Istria bond with its fascinating culture and historical sites. The Euphrasian Basilica, protected by UNESCO, the old town, the naturally beautiful beaches...
This best-known and most attractive medieval town is situated in the northern part of Istria, above the Mirna River valley. It is known for a number of events, and lovers of the seventh art will certainly be attracted by the international Motovun Film Fes
Located on the southernmost part of Istria, on the approximately 9-kilometre long peninsula is Cape Kamenjak. The peninsula's coast is highly indented and known for its numerous coves, bays, capes and beaches.
If you like science and astronomy, do not miss the Višnjan Observatory on the western edge of Istria's tableland. Enjoy the magical nature surrounding the complex and take part in interesting lectures on the Solar system or the view from a telescope.
Postojna Cave is the most famous cave in the area and one of the largest karst monuments in the world. Sightseeing of its natural sculptures starts by train that covers the 2-kilometre distance, then the tour continues on foot.
Just 15-20 minutes from Bale, in Pula, Rovinj and Poreč you can embark on one of the catamarans that will take you on a day trip to magical Venice. Do not miss the enjoyment of this city over 118 islands connected by more than 300 bridges.
This picturesque town is situated on a 240 metre high hill in the north of the Istrian peninsula. The historical core of Završje is a protected urban entity which has been included in the Register of Croatian cultural monuments...
Saint Fosca is an impressive building erected in 1600. It is situated in a secluded place, away from the houses, because apparently there is a strong energy radiation from the earth, which is said to have a positive effect on people.
Zarečki krov is one of the most interesting natural attractions of the Pazinčica River valley. It is a cave that resembles a roof over which the river along its course creates a ten-metre-high waterfall and a small lake.
Departure from Bale and discover central Istria by taking a look in the Church of St. Mary of the Rocks close to the picturesque town of Beram. History enthusiasts will be enchanted as it holds one of the most valuable accomplishments of medieval Istrian
On the streaked slopes of the Učka Mountain and just an hour’s drive away from Bale, protrudes the ancient town of Veprinac. The name of this small town is usually associated with the butcher's-broom that found its home here. Encounter the town’s rich...
A pleasant drive from Bale, through the Istrian interior or along the coastline, will take you to the small town of Kastav situated 365 metres above sea level overlooking the Kvarner Bay and well worth a visit....