WALKING TRAIL PUNTERA – BLAZ NEAR BARBAN

ISTRIADUCTION December | Free Entrance From Puntera to the Raša valley The new Barban walking trail starts at Puntera. It moves downhill on a white winding road all the way to the Raša valley. Along the trail, there are plaques with interesting facts about the area. As well as the fact that the Raški kanal is 12 kilometers long and 1 kilometer wide. And views of the bay and fields are inevitable for a photo keepsake. These are the only fields in Istria below sea level, drained during the rule of Italy, in the late twenties of last century, and between the war they fed the population. If you want, you can continue your journey to Blaz, where we will find several choices. A short stream used to drive a mill, and today only stone remains remain. That’s where the road stops and we head back the same way. MORE ISTRIAGO COLLECTIONS

2022-03-04T13:50:00+00:00By |Barban, Free, Nature, Pets|

BLAZ BAY – A PLACE OF RELAXATION

ISTRIADUCTION  All Year | Working time: 0-24h | Entry Fee The trip took me to Blaz Cove, the cove on the Raklja side of the Bay of Raša ... The bay, which is known for its former mills, which were almost level with the sea and were driven by fluids from a nearby still active source. Although no longer visible, there were roads that were once very important in Roman times, running between Rijeka and Pula. Today, the Blaz is known for its natural habitat for mussels, which unfortunately due to their negligent picking, are decaying and fewer and fewer of them, as evidenced by the coast full of shells. The bay is worth enjoying along with your family and friends, and who knows, you might find a piece of unexplored history. MORE ISTRIAGO COLLECTIONS

2022-03-11T14:05:16+00:00By |Barban, Free, Pets, Things to do|

BLAZ BAY IN REBIĆI NEAR BARBAN

ISTRIADUCTION  All Year | No Working time | Entry Free Blaz was  during Roman Empire important route connecting Pula with Rijeka. There was also ferry to Trget, but unfortunately no remain could be found. In Blaz there where many mills who are build with sea level, which is really rear to see. Remaining's of mills you can see today. Blaz was also known for water source.  People from around villages come to Blaz for water. Nowadays, Blaz is uninhabited, but know to nature lovers. [fusion_map api_type="" embed_address="" embed_map_type="roadmap" address="latlng=45.005224, 14.039349 " type="roadmap" width="" height="" zoom="10" scrollwheel="yes" scale="yes" zoom_pancontrol="yes" animation="no" popup="yes" map_style="default" overlay_color="" static_map_color="" infobox_content="" infobox="default" infobox_text_color="" infobox_background_color="" icon="" icon_static="" hide_on_mobile="small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility" class="" id="" /] MORE ISTRIAGO COLLECTIONS

2022-03-10T08:57:35+00:00By |Barban, Free, Nature, Pets, Things to do|