Jezera on Murter Island is known as one of best-kept towns in Croatia, a place of fishermen and seafarers boasting a crystal-clear sea, authentic customs, quiet stone-paved streets and a rich past dating back to antiquity. The town has received the Croatian Tourist Board’s Blue Flower, the country’s most prestigious urban landscaping award, for five years in a row.
On the southern tip of the Istrian peninsula, located in the deepest part of Medulin Bay, lies ACI Marina Pomer. In the 2016 a comprehensive capital undertaking has been completed: the old buildings of the summer marina have been removed and a completely new land part has been built.
Istria’s largest city, Pula brims with historical sights, the grandest of which is certainly the Roman amphitheatre. Locally known as the Arena, it is one of the best-preserved Roman Imperial buildings in the world, testifying to the turbulent and millennia-long history of this region.