Villa Laguna Galijot

Plava laguna, Porec, Istria, 52440, Croatia | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Porec

Riding Bikes in Rovinj

A travel blog entry by alexvarelas

14

... the coast. I had my own bike and went really fast, we had to ride over rocky hills as well. It was easy because I had a mountain bike. We could see nice views of the marina, boats and the old town including the church. We stopped and had lunch we ate meat and chips it was really yummy. We walked through the old town and visited the church. A ...

How to make 2 days into 4

A travel blog entry by mpanzer

8

... than 45 minutes to get to Trieste (or “Trst”…the Slovenians aren’t fond of vowels). Trieste used to be the primary port for the Austro-Hungarian Empire. If you look at a map now, you might wonder why it belongs to Italy, being almost completely surrounded by Slovenia…hence the quick trip to get there. Actually, we cracked up when we asked a Slovenian shopkeeper what she thought about Trieste and she deadpanned ...

Visiting the Most Famous Horses In THe World

A travel blog entry by sandrahargrove

24

... the site justice, I think my camera setting was not right. Lots of geology here which much of it I didn't really understand. The cave for dummies explanation is the water drips down from the surface of the earth, the drip evaporates and the mineral is left. Different minerals make different colors. This is an explanation for a kindergarten class but that is about as much detail as I can provide. Wish I had better pictures. The colors and shapes were incredible. ...

Traveling South

A travel blog entry by sandrahargrove

24

... The church is high on the hill. We climbed up through the narrow winding streets and watched the subset. I halve included a few night shots of Portoroz. This part I of Slovenia was part of Italy for many years and was given back to Italy after Second World War. The Italian culture is apparent in the cuisine, language and sense if style. As Miha says, the Italians are all about design and style, not ...

Mark wears the yellow jersey for the last leg...

A travel blog entry by simonemm

2

... ride. Fun times.

We reached Koper (not to be confused with the copa, copa cabana, the hottest spot north of Havana), and stopped for a coffee. Town felt a bit industrialised. Obviously some kind of port.

5kms down the road we stopped at Izola (not Lola, she was a show girl), a small fishing town and had a lovely lunch overlooking what I now know is the Gulf of Trieste.

A bit further down the track (and through some really long and ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Plava laguna, Porec, is near Porec Old Town, Baredine Cave (Jama-grotta Baredine), Round Tower, and Pentagonal Tower.
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