Hotel apartment | 7 bedrooms | sleeps 14
A stunning brick-work town house (circa 1870) situated within the Old Town of Porec, 3-4 minutes walk from the beautiful coastline, has recently been renovated and now houses five apartments. We have two two-bedroom apartments, two one-bedroom and one double bedroom.
Stunning two bedroom apartments based on 1st and 2nd floor. Consists of living area, high quality fully equipped kitchen, shower room and separate toilet. The living room is big enough to accommodate portable beds for children. One bedroom leads out onto a sunny terrace where you'll relax and enjoy al fresco dining.
One bedroom apartments are on the ground floor with a spacious living area and fully fitted kitchen with all you'll need to enjoy your stay, small front-view terrace together with all the above i.e. kitchen, shower, washing machine.
The double bedroom has it's own fully fitted shower room and is perfect for couples who just want to relax, sleep and shower before setting off to see the sights.
Apartments Partizanska is quietly located in a green area 300 metres from the Old Town of Pore?. Featuring free Wi-Fi and free parking, it offers free bike rental and air-conditioned rooms and apartments. The apartments also comprise an LCD satellite TV.
The nearest restaurant is 50 metres away, while a grocery shop is at a distance of 100 metres. Rocky and pebbly beaches can be found within 800 metres. A sports and wellness centre including tennis courts, table tennis and football pitches, is 1.5 km away.
The historic centre of Pore? is full of sights such as the UNESCO-protected Euphrasian Basilica. The main bus station can be reached within 500 metres and Pore? Port, with links to Brijuni National Park and Venice, is 1 km from the Partizanska Apartments.
|Size||Sleeps up to 14, 7 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Pula 45 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||7 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms of which 6 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (7), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Bicycles available|
The Istria region
As the most developed Croatian region, Istria already enjoys the thriving tourism industry and is currently experiencing the highest capital growth of all Croatian regions. Closest and most easily accessible from Western Europe, its landscape of green rolling hills, deep valleys and fertile plains, with vast vineyards and olive groves has been compared to that of Tuscany and Provence.
Istria (Istra to Croatians) is the heart-shaped 3600-sq-km peninsula just south of Trieste, Italy. While the scenic interior is beginning to attract artists and artisans to its hilltop villages, the rugged and indented coastline is enormously popular with the sun and sea set. Its beautiful coastline stretches 430km and many of the beaches are rocky but flat so you will always find somewhere to sunbathe and swim or rest while you watch the array of boats on the clear blue seas.
Pazin, in the interior, is the administrative capital of the region, while coastal Pula, with its thriving shipyard is the economic centre. Tourism along the coast centres on the fetching fishing village of Rovinj and the ancient Roman town of Pore?.
The northern part of the peninsula belongs to Slovenia, while the ?i?arija mountains (an extension of the Dinaric Range) in the northeastern corner separate Istria from the continental mainland. Just across the water is Italy, but the pervasive Italian influence makes it seem much closer. Istria's historic ties to Italy are cemented by the floods of Italian tourists in summer, enchanted by the fresh seafood, excellent pasta and the fact that Italian is a second language in Istria.
Widely known for its long tourist tradition, wonderful and varied rural scenery, amazing coastline and clear blue seas, Porec has a range of activities to suit all ages from golf, tennis, cycling, go-karting, quad-biking and horse-riding to sailing, hang-gliding, snorkelling, diving, surfing, fishing and water-skiing in the local ski park.
How about wine tasting, truffle hunting, olive harvesting and oil pressing or wandering amongst the aromatic lavender fields? All are within reach and can be easily arranged. However, you may wish to stretch out on any of the pretty stone beaches and wonder at the breathtaking views or hop on a boat to Venice or any of the many other islands.
Known to be the most widely visited area in Istria with the number of visitors increasing every year, Porec is cultural as well as beautiful. Home to UNESCO's Euphrasian Basilica, built in the 6th century on the site of an earlier basilica from the 4th century and the even earlier Mauro's Oratorium together with its many other historical monuments.
The Old Town of Porec boasts a great piazza where you can dine and drink, wander around the quaint shops or enjoy a variety of music in the open air during the local festival season.
Home of fine wine, olive oil, truffles, hams and cheeses, Porec boasts an array of restaurants, cafes, pizzerias, bars and clubs with prices to suit all budgets and where you are always warmly greeted by the friendly locals.
Hop on a bus, walk, cycle or drive and take in the rugged Istrian coastline with its array of picturesque coves, inlets, fishing villages and beatiful beaches. Visit other nearby coastal towns such as Rovinj and Pula or the nearby Limski Canal.