The rich itinerary of its three-thousand-year old history begins and ends with the Roman Amphitheatre. Known locally as Arena, it is the sixth largest amphitheater in the world. One of the best preserved amphitheaters from antiquity, Arena is still in use today for summer film festivals. In addition to the Arena, we'll come across numerous monuments of Roman architecture: the Triumphal Arch of the Sergi, Hercules’ Gate and Twin Gates, the Temple of Augustus and Small Roman Theatre in the town center. Take a tour of Pula with expert guidance and find out more about some of the monuments and ruins of the largest Istrian town.



Discover with us the magnificent and protected nature reserve Kamenjak. The waters of the sea are nowhere more bluish green and crystal clean than in this locality – the southernmost tip of Istria. Breathtaking views, old military bunkers, cliffs, lovely coves, bays, beaches and 11 glossy islands, as well as a crystal-clear sea make this area a particularly attractive destination. Join us on a bike tour of Cape Kamenjak to experience fascinating scenery, enjoy the ride along numerous winding paths of protected landscape and learn about 530 plant species, including the Divine Orchid.



Brijuni Islands leads you to discovering priceless natural richness guarded by the National Park Brijuni. Brijuni consists of 14 islands that are famous for their preserved natural beauties and historical richness. The islands used to be the residency of the Yugoslavian President Josip Broz. The most significant archaeological richness are the remains of a Roman rustic villa from the 1st century on Island Veli Brijun. We should also single out the Gothic church of St. German from the 15th century. Visit the National Park Brijuni and enjoy mingling with wild animals from all part of the world in the heart of Europe.