Accommodation Croatia - Istria
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(datum: 27.10.20,source www.hnb.hr)1 EUR - 7,57 Kn
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Istria is the largest peninsula on the Adriatic and one of the liveliest tourist areas in Croatia. The largest number of tourist resorts is concentrated along the western coast of Istria, where they create a continuous strip.
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Raša, a town in the inner part of the Raška Cove in the south-eastern part of Istria, 4.5 km southwest of Labin; elevation 10 m; population 1,970.
Is situated in the valley of the Krapanski Brook. Raša is Istria's youngest town, planned and built for the needs of the Raša coal mines (1936). Coa
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The best-known resorts of the western coast of Istria are Umag, Porec, Vrsar, Rovinj, Pula or Medulin, on the eastern coast Rabac and Opatija Riviera. Istrian coast is relatively flat, natural beaches are mostly formed by rocky plates and cliffs. Inland of Istria is hilly with undulating valleys and extensive plains, where you can find healing springs, karst formations, picturesque medieval town, as well as wine trails. In the north of Istria the Ucka mountains sharply rise. The highest peak of Ucka called Vojak (1396m) offers a beautiful view of the whole Istria region and Kvarner bay.
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