This almost two thousand years old town is one of the main centers of Croatian tourism, and is especially known for the Euphrasian Basilica, which dates back to the 5th and 6th centuries, and is included in 1997 in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. The interior of the basilica is decorated with unique mosaics, which gave Porec the nickname of the city of mosaics.
In addition, its two main streets, Decumanus and Cardo Maximus, dating back to the famous time of Rome, have been preserved almost in its original form as the town monument. Further enriched with numerous galleries and jewelry shops, strolling through the old streets of Porec is a real feast for the eyes.
If you prefer to enjoy the view of the sea, Porec on its waterfront offers a range of catering facilities, while most of the beaches are located along the hotel complexes.
Porec area is also an excellent choice if you are looking for real estate in the Adriatic and a future summer home. You may find a number of houses, apartments and villas, as well as the attractive land. You are only left to choose the most suitable property for you and enjoy the sea and beauty of Istria and Porec.
As for the natural beauty of Porec is concerned, he has to offer a lot more than beautiful beaches and views of the sea. Namely, Porec is surrounded by a series of small islands, the largest of which (in the opinion of many and most beautiful) Sv. Nikola which closes the Poreč harbor, and it is also one of the oldest monuments – the lighthouse in the Adriatic.
For those who prefer active holidays, the city offers numerous sports activities, water activities, and should not neglect the rich selection of bars and discos.