ISTRIADUCTION February | Free Entrance In February, the roads of Šišan have a beautiful natural retreat of sea levels on the coast or low tide. The role of the Moon and the influence of gravitational forces on the Earth is the withdrawal of water masses (sea) and such scenes can be seen on the coast. Along the coast of Šišan you can see how the sea receded and left on the "dry" coast and thus extended the beaches. The road along the coast can be driven by car and even from the car, you can take photos of bays, cliffs, and panoramas of Šišan. The road connects Šišan and Ližnjan so that there is a two-way entrance or exit from the coast. Walking along the coast there are many seaweeds, snails, and even some fish that stay dry. Feel free to return it to the sea if it is not a problem to approach the fish because the rocks are sharp. Kala Bay is mixed with stones and sand and it mostly shows the influence of low tide on the appearance of the bay. Šišan bays are mostly a combination of pebbles and

2022-02-03T07:35:32+00:00By |Free, Ližnjan-Lisignano, Nature, Pets|


ISTRIADUCTION In August | Weekend | Free Entrance The part of Istria that is definitely worth visiting in the summer months is definitely Rakalj. He delighted me. I was on two beaches; Kalavojni and Luki beaches. Kalavojna can be reached by car to the beach. On one side are huge rocks where people sunbathe, while on the other side of the shore are small pebbles with trees that create a pleasant shade when it gets hot. The sea is clean and beautiful blue. The best thing is that although the beach looks great, it is not crowded with people and it is always possible to find your own place to enjoy it. Luka beach is located towards Stari Rakalj. It can be reached in two ways. You can either leave the car on the road above the beach and walk to the bottom of the path (approx. 20min) or you can walk along the path of Sjepan Hauser, where the beach is then part of the path. Along the coast there is an old, sunken ship which is an attraction in itself, so it's cool to dive to it and explore it a

2020-09-07T07:28:15+00:00By |Free, Marčana, Nature, Pets, Raša|


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|


ISTRIADUCTION The Plomin Bay, a narrow bay on the eastern coast of Istria, is 3.4 km long, 0.3 km wide, deep up to 51 m. The lime sides are very steep. At the north-east coastline, at the foot of the Učka peak of Sisola (833 m), passes the coastal road Pula-Rijeka. The port is used for landing coal. [fusion_map address="latlng=45.13263744303914,14.180983901023865" type="roadmap" zoom="10" scrollwheel="yes" scale="yes" zoom_pancontrol="yes" animation="no" popup="yes" map_style="default" infobox="default" hide_on_mobile="small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility" /] MORE ISTRIAGO COLLECTIONS

2021-03-02T13:01:52+00:00By |Free, Kršan, Nature, Pets, |