Croatia has been one of those European destinations underrated-by-many and dreamed-of-by-all. Especially popular among Austrians and Italians thanks to its proximity, Croatia has seen a major increase in visitors from all over the world during the last few decades. This has made it almost impossible to be alone anywhere unless you are a very early bird. But not all is lost. If you are willing to travel towards the end of the summer season, you’ll still get wonderful weather, and a fraction of the masses you’d get during the summer. So, with that in mind, we planned a little trip around Croatia. Since we only had a week, a tough choice fell on our shoulders. Which region would we explore? After careful consideration, we made up our minds to plan a little week in Istria, the northernmost part of the country. Our week in Istria would start in Pula, and from there we would explore the south and middle areas of the Istrian peninsula. All I will say for now is that, from its beautiful (rocky) beaches and clear waters to the friendliness of the locals and the quality of their food and wines, Istria did not disappoint. And the stunning sunsets did […]
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