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Banjole(Istria, Croatia)

Banjole is a resort 7km far from Pula in Istria in Croatia, situated on a little Istrian peninsula close to Premantura, Medulin and Pula, surrounded by a luxuriant pine-wood that fall over the Adriatic sea. Banjole apartments are 50-100m far from the beautiful beaches, and 400m far away from camping Indie where to rent ships, bikes. Banjole is a little village but still have many shops, restaurants, post office, market, diving center. Fishing village with a naturally protected port, was established in Roman times, and today Banjole has 700 residents. Banjole is located on a small peninsula where all lovers of the sea, sailing and fishing dream of living. The residents of Banjole are today closely tied to the sea, so that means that fresh fish are an everyday gift. Apartments or rooms in Private houses can be found for tourists in almost every houses. Nature of Banjole has endowed with many small Istrian coves and peninsulas, natural beaches, and guests can enjoy many sports like tennis, hiking and bicycle paths, motor and sailboat rentals and other water sports like windsurfing, diving, waterskiing. Come and enjoj your summer holiday in Banjole!

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Pula(Istria, Croatia)

Pula-Banjole is a southern region of Istria, which offer one of the most beautiful Croatian coast. Croatian coast and faboulos nature offer beaches, Gulfs, bays, caves maded by rocks, pebbles and cliffs. Croatia have 1000 island and Nacional Park Brioni. As a tourist center, Pula offers not only a beautiful nature but also a large number of various cultural and entertainment events throughout the year.
The history of Pula is etched in every stone, which is indicated by the large number of cultural historic monuments from almost all periods of its past.
The best known and most valuable ancient monument is  Arena, the majestic colloseum dating from the II century, the 6. largest in the world. In Pula you will find numerous monuments of Roman architecture: such as Triumphal Arch of the Sergii from the I. St century BC, Hercules Gate, Twin Gates, the Temple of Augustus and theatre in centre Pula.
On the southern part of the Istrian peninsula, at the end of the Gulf of Pula, a town of antiquity, of parks, and of summer festivals dominates. Pula is the largest city in Istria in Croatia, is an attractive place to spend a summer holiday for many tourists, with 2,350 hours of sunshine a year. Private accommodations are located in the direct vicinity of Pula, on the forest covered Istrian peninsula, surrounded by the Adriatic crystal clear sea, in beautiful nature are located many apartments or rooms offering accommodation and comfort to the most selective of guests, and everyone can choose one of the restaurants where selected Istrian food is prepared best suited for the renowned Istrian wine. Along the 190 km of beautiful coast and very abounding natural harbours, in hotels, camps and private accommodation reside more than 50 thousand tourists. Pula cannot be avoided!