Porec is a resort town with plenty of historic sights on Croatia’s Istrian Peninsula. Most travellers come here to visit the UNESCO-listed Euphrasian Basilica, which dates back to the 4th and 6th centuries. There’s also a significant Italian influence in Porec, with Venetian-style houses dominating the Old Town, as well as trattorias and cafes lining its streets.   

    Porec often attracts travellers seeking winter sun – you’ll find around 10 km of pebbly, sandy and rocky beaches fronting the Adriatic Sea. You can enjoy thrilling water sports or get a tan at popular resorts such as Zelena Laguna, Pical, and Brulo. For a day away from the beach, hike the scenic Parenzana trail, which stretches some 60 km between Trieste and Porec.

    Where & what to eat in Porec

    • 5 Best Restaurants in Porec

      Porec offers an amazing array of dining experiences, from traditional Croatian dishes served in cosy, romantic settings to light bites and snacks at the top of a historic tower. Read on to learn all about some of the best places to eat in and around Porec, Croatia. Porec is a beautiful little coastal resort looking out across the shimmering blue...

    Where to shop & what to buy in Porec

    • 5 Shopping Experiences in Porec

      Shopping in Porec, you’ll enter a world filled with local artwork and handcrafted items, super souvenirs to take back home as well as high-end luxury fashion. After all, this stunning coastal resort that looks out over the Adriatic Sea is a prime shopping destination. The city that sits snugly on the Istrian Peninsula of Western Croatia has boutiques, malls...

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