day 1 : Rovinj – Marina Veruda
Veruda island is an unpopulated island that is known for a wide array of summer sports such as diving, kayaking and paddleboarding.
day 2 : Marina Veruda – Cres
Cres old town centre is a beautiful labyrinth of tall, narrow houses and with architecture influenced by the Venetians, French and German, you’ll be surprised and amazed with almost every street.
day 3 : Cres – Unije – Susak
On a small island of Unije lies more than 20 000 olive trees. Incredible, when you find out there are less than 100 people living on the island.
Susak is first mentioned as a battlefield between the Saracens and Venetians. Now, it’s a peaceful tourist destination where people can find out something about intriguing local clothing tradition.
day 4 : Susak – Silba - Ilovik
Silba is an island of many nicknames - Pedestrian Island, Inspiration island, Love Island. Cars are forbidden, because you’ll better experience inspiration and love by walking.
Ilovik connects the flora and fauna of the Adriatic in a wonderful fashion - easily earning and keeping the moniker The Island of Flowers.
day 5 : Ilovik – Medulin
Medulin is a small town that blossoms in the summer when an influx of tourists livens up the city known for its relaxing campsites and handsome coastlines.
day 6 : Medulin – Brijuni – Pula or Fažana
Brijuni are a group of 14 islands knows for its scenery and the National park. Unlike any other Croatian islands, Brijuni have a Safari park. You read it well, on a Croatian island you can see an Asian elephant, Guinea’s mountain zebra and a waterbuck from Ethiopia.
Pula is among the top three most famous Adriatic destination. Home to the Roman Arena where the Pula Film Festival is held, Pula has a long tradition of winemaking, fishing and shipbuilding, serving as an administrative headquarters in the days of Roman empire.
Fažana is a tiny picturesque town known for fishing, relaxation and a beautiful seaside promenade .
day 7 : Pula or Fažana – Rovinj
Rovinj or Rovigno is a bilingual city shared by Croatian and Italian tenants. Istriot, an old language that evolved form a Vulgar Latin, is still spoken by some residents. Visit Saint Euphemia’ Basilica and the Ecomuseum of Batana, a traditional type of wooden boat.
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