About the facility
Other guests staying in the house
Pets allowedYes, Paid
Suitable for people with disabilities
The hosts live in the facility
Showers on beach
Beach suitable for nudists
Dog friendly beach
Main Road Before Beach
Access By Car
By The Beach
Beach accessShort shoal
House 1888 Pazin is situated in Pazin (Region Istria). House 1888 Pazin has 1 accommodation units: House (ID 23164).
House 1888 Pazin is located 4500m from the center and 35000m from the beach. House 1888 Pazin is suitable for: Pets welcome. Check your appartment availability and find out the price, discounts and special offers. We Guarantee you the best possible price. Book online!
House (ID 23164) has 10 beds (basic beds: 9 and extra beds: 1). The area of the apartment is 160m2 and is situated on the 0+1 floor. House (ID 23164) has: Internet, Tv. More info about equippment here. Price House (ID 23164) is from € 132.00 to € 450.00.
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Post office4500 m
Emergency room4500 m
Hotel swimming pool0
Other sports grounds4500 m
Gas station4500 m
Pazin is a town of long and rich tradition. It is situated in the very centre of Istrian peninsula, only 30 km away from well-known tourist centres.It is the center of Istrian prefecture. The intensity of life here is pretty much the same in winter and summer, with the monthly exception of every first Tuesday, when a flood of curious buyers from all over the Istria runs into the town to visit the traditional Pazin Market. More...
Riviera Central Istria - 10 things you can do and see
Učka Nature Park embraces Mount Učka and a part of the Ćićarija mountain range. It is located along the northern Adriatic coast and it offers a splendid panoramic view of Istrian peninsula, the Velebeit massif, Slovenian mountain rage and Gorski kotar mountains.
Motovun is a town in central Istria, located on top of a steep hill that dominates the Mirna River valley. A staircase of 1052 steps leads up to it. Its basic aspect has changed very little since the medioeval times. The town walls are almost intact, the circular urban structure being adjusted to the hill configurations.From the top there is a view spreading over vineyards and fields of the Motovun forest, which belong in the category of Forest Parks.
When you arrive in Glavani, a small picturesque village in the Council of Barban, prepare yourself for a dose of adrenaline that will stimulate and excite all your senses. Try something fun and new – visit the best adventure park in Istria – Glavani Park. All those who are brave enough, (or feel like they want to be brave ), regardless of their age, will enjoy themselves swinging about amongst the trees. We have prepared three routes for you, yellow, blue and black each increasing in height and in difficulty and, as a great bonus, both the blue and black routes end by enjoying the 113metre zip line. So come and enjoy yourselves in a fun adrenaline adventure in the best Istrian adventure park – Glavani Park. Open 9am – 8pm every day including Sunday If you want to try all the routes then you need to arrive by 6pm! You’ll find Glavani Park on the road between Vodnjan (10km) and Barban (6km) or turn off the main Pula – Labin road at Manjadvorci and follow road to the end and then turn left for Vodnjan!
Slowly but surely Istrian truffles (tartuffi) have been making their name known in the world. Late summer, autumn and early winter are truffle finding time. Both the prized white truffle and the more common black truffle are commonly found in Istria. Restuarant menus offer them both in main and desert courses. You will know it is truffle time as the specially trained dogs go truffle-hunt mad and can be heard in the early hours. Some years ago Carlo Zigante found the world’s largest white truffle (1.3kg) near Buje. It entered the Guinness Book of Records. To promote Istrian Truffles, he cooked a dinner for 100 people using his prize truffle as chief ingredient. As a result attention was drawn to the area and today there are Truffle Events held annually. If you know nothing about truffles there is no better introduction than visting one of the truffle fairs - wine tastings and other local produce available.
In a valley, among the beautiful hills of the central Istria is the place of Gologrčki Dol. Only 5 kilometers far from Cerovlje, you can enjoy in an untouched nature, a mild climate and hospitality of the numerous family, whose name can be found in the oldest registry book of Gologorica Parish already in 1664.
Pazin is a town of long and rich tradition. It is situated in the very centre of Istrian peninsula, only 30 km away from well-known tourist centres.It is the center of Istrian prefecture. The intensity of life here is pretty much the same in winter and summer, with the monthly exception of every first Tuesday, when a flood of curious buyers from all over the Istria runs into the town to visit the traditional Pazin Market.
Hum (Italian: Colmo; German: Cholm) is a town in the central part of Istria, northwest Croatia, 7 km from Roč, 14 km southeast of Buzet on a hill above the Mirna valley. The town is located at 349 m. This small fortified settlement has maintained all the characteristics of medieval urban architecture and organization. It has a population of only 17 people (2001 census), but is officially a town, and is the Guinness World Record holder for the smallest town in the world.
The district of Bale, located near Rovinj,Vodnjan, Kanfanar and Svetvincenat is a preserved area of Istria that has avoided all forms of devastation and today the locals can say with great pride that their home is an area of natural beauty surrounded by natural wealth, untouched nature and rich cultural and architectural heritage. The district of Bale spreads over 81, 65 square kilometres and has a population of 1295 people.
Beach Gradsko kupalište
Gradsko kupaliste is a stone paved urban beach with the largest number of Blue Flags. The beach has lifeguards, life-saving equipment, first-aid, facilities for the disabled, sport facilities, renting facilities, catering facilities. The lifeguards are present from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. (June 1-September 30). The beach is placed in an urban setting, 1 km southern from the city center . Near the beach there is a suburb area, Porec south, on the northern side of the beach is Porec marina. On the south there is a tourist village Brulo. The coast of the beach is 1300 m long. The coast is rocky with many creeks.
Beach chairs and umbrellas