Things to see and do - Porec
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Porec Travel guide
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First Roman, then Venetian (from 1262 to 1797), it became the capital of Istria under the Habsburgs. Modern-day Porec is a thriving tourist resort as is shown by its wealth of hotels which can accommodate up to 100,000 people. Its coast and immense cultural heritage, such as the extraordinary mosaics of the Euphrasian basilica, a World Heritage Site, attract throngs of crowds every year.
Tourist attractions Porec : Things to see and do
Eufazijeva HR - 52440 Porec
This immense early Christian basilica, built between 543 and 554, combines antique and Byzantine influences. Its three naves are separated by a row of arcades standing on marble columns imported from Constantinople, and finely carved capitals. Howeve..
HR - 52440 Porec
Taking its name from the Latin limes ("frontier"), this astonishing fjord once separated the towns of Porec and Rovinj. Long and narrow, it plunges 9km inland between walls as much as 100m high. Its protected waters (no swimming allowed) ar..
Sv. Maura HR - 52440 Porec
Savour the calm of this street as you admire the façades, such as that of the House of Two Saints (Kuca Dva Sveca), which owes its name to the two characters carved in bas-relief from the Romanesque period on the first floor. End your stroll with a d..
Rade Koncara 1 HR - 52440 Poreč
Prix Prices from : 44 €
Perfectly situated only 200 metres from the beach with a marina and the historical old town, Hotel Porec offers the most comfortable stay with a host of sports facilities. Free Wi-Fi is avaialble throughout. Founded in Roman times, the city has many..
Obala Marsala Tita 15 HR - 52440 Poreč
Set in the historic building right on the vivid seaside promenade, Boutique Hotel Mauro offers elegantly decorated rooms overlooking the Adriatic Sea or Poreč historic core. The UNESCO-listed Euphrasian Basilica is just 200 metres away. Free WiFi and..
Obala Maršala Tita 24 HR - 52440 Poreč
Prix Prices from : 58 €
Built in 1910 for the aristocrat society and the wealthy bourgeoisie right at the seaside on the Porec Peninsula, the Grand Hotel Palazzo offers you the latest comfort after its refurbishment in 2009. The wellness centre on site includes a hot tub o..