The Mediterranean climate, mild climatic conditions, fertile soil and lush vegetation have helped Poreč to create a unique holiday destination. Thanks to the natural wealth, clean air and sea, you can enjoy both the sea and the interior of Istria.
A millennial walk through the city reveals with each step the different styles and cultural influences that have contributed to the shaping of today's city. The entire old town is a living cultural monument. The reverse of many city palaces will reveal the history of their construction through different stylistic and historical periods.
Poreč, in numerous records and literature, is called the city of mosaics thanks to the culture founded with Euphrasian, the basilica whose diocese houses the Museum of Church Art and the archaeological remains of earlier churches.
In addition to museums, the streets of Poreč nurture numerous atelier galleries and exhibition spaces that nurture tradition in a modern way with their exhibits. Sea lovers in Poreč will certainly not be bored, especially if they are more enterprising. You can explore the beauties of the Adriatic Sea and the underwater world all year round. In addition to the flora and fauna of the sea hidden by underwater reefs and caves, you can also see the silent world of sunken ships. Diving centers are well equipped to organize and guide diving in various attractive locations and to assist in diving.
Along the coast, from Lanterna to Poreč and Zelena laguna, there are several sports centers where it is possible to rent sailboats, rent rowing boats and motorboats, canoes, pedal boats, jet skis and windsurfing boards.