Available: March - November

from: €610

Walking adventure through green Istria

7 days / 6 nights

HIGLIGHTS

  • Sightseeing tours of the medieval towns of Grožnjan, Motovun and Buzet
  • Visiting Hum, the smallest town in the world
  • Hiking in Učka Nature Park
  • Exploring the rich cultural heritage and local culinary delicacies
  • Parenzana, railway of a of great historical significance for Istria
  • Walking and hiking through Istrian inland full of vineyards, olive groves, peaceful rivers and green hills at every step of the way

    Starting from the intact nature of Brtonigla, family cellars and tasting premises that invite you to discover the local lifestyle, you end up on the old railway Parenzana. Walking along it you pass through the world’s truffle center Livade for a chance to taste a bit of this exquisite flavor. Continuing through Oprtalj, Buzet and Hum you finish your journey at the top of the Učka mountain for a stunning view of Kvarner Bay. Lovran is the last city you visit before your adventure ends
    Self-guided walk/hike TOUR

    From: €610

    Available: March - November

    Overview

    Imagine walking through green countryside full of vineyards, olive trees, rivers and forests, full of beautiful villages and medieval towns situated on hills. Indeed it sounds like a dream. This dream can come true! Join us on a walking adventure through green Istria. Learn about the natural beauty that will open before you every step of the way, and with every new winding of the road.

    Learn about the culture and heritage of Istria and visit picturesque towns on the hills with unforgettable views which will leave you breathless. Visit Hum, the smallest town in the world and experience the spirit of the past in Motovun and Grožnjan, the town of artists. To get to know the best of Istria, walk through Učka Nature Park which contains a wealth of life and, fi nally, round off this green adventure with the delicious fl avors of indigenous Istrian delicacies and wines.

    “Fiore gave me the opportunity to explore Istria while being active, so I saw many beautiful places. The activities were very stimulating and not too exhausting. Moreover, the group could decide whether more or less breaks were necessary as the guide was quite flexible. I can recommend a one week trip with Fiore to everyone being interested in activity holiday which are organised by very nice and experienced guides”.

    OTHER TOUR INFORMATION

    START/FINISH: Buje, Lovran
    GRADE:
    3/5
    DISTANCE: 95 km / 59 miles
    ACCOMMODATION COMFORT RATING:
    4/5
    DURATION: 7 days / 6 nights
    FROM: €610
    EXTRAS:

    CLASSIC HOTELS/GUESTHOUSES
    Supplement for single room (when traveling with others) from 140,00 € to 160,00 €
    Supplement for single traveler (when traveling alone) from 260,00 € to 280,00 €

    PREMIUM HOTELS
    Supplement for PREMIUM HOTELS per person in double room ( Classic price plus this supplement) from 230,00 € to 290,00 €
    Supplement for single room (when traveling with others) from 280,00 € to 360,00 €
    Supplement for single traveler (when traveling alone) from 400,00 € to 480,00 €

    Extra nights on the tour are possible on request

    If You like our "Walking adventure through green Istria" tour, please make an Enquiry or Book today. For more information contact us HERE!

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    WHY SELF-GUIDED TOURS MIGHT BE A PERFECT HOLIDAY CHOICE!

    The full package of a self-guided trip is between independent and package trips. If you book tours with the full self-guided package, the travel agency will book and arrange the trip for you. However, you will travel on your own, without the guide provided by your travel agency. 

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    ENQUIRY

    OUR GROUP SERVICES

    If you’re considering bringing your group to Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia & Hercegovina or Montenegro trust FIORE TOURS to organize and deliver your custom travel experience. Our comprehensive group services include:

    All components for an integrated tourism experience. These include professional driver and licensed guides, transportation (car, minivan, 15 passenger minibus or coach), accommodation (hotel, motel, bed and breakfast, private accommodation, even camping), meals (from picnics to fine dining) and activities (hiking, biking, kayaking, rafting).

    Innovative itinerary development. We work with our clients to develop itineraries that respond to their customer’s psycho-graphics and exertion and comfort levels. Feel free to ask us for examples of popular itineraries or ones that are more “off the beaten path.”

    Outstanding customer service. Our success is largely due to our guides who place the customer first. As a “hands on” tourism business, our guides also work in the office, help set policy and basically keep the rest of us honest. We respond to all inquiries within 24 hours and keep a 24 hour emergency line open.

    Value for money. The quality of our product and its cost represent some of best value for money spent. Our local knowledge, innovative ideas, access to a wide variety of unique properties and direct service delivery contribute to competitive pricing and customer satisfaction.

    WHAT IS RESPONSIBLE TRAVEL?

    Tourism is the world’s fastest growing industry. Traveling to far flung places gives us a wonderful opportunity to experience cultures that are so different from our own. But with the wondrous joy of travel comes the responsibility of ensuring that we do not adversely affect those countries that we visit. In a nutshell, Responsible Travel is about ensuring that you, as travelers, and Fiore Adventure, as a promoter of travel:

    • respect the local culture
    • do not inadvertently introduce new social ills and
    • promote & practice environmental responsibility in the places that we visit


    That way, you enjoy a unique and memorable experience as well as authentic cross-cultural exchange and our local resources, cultures and customs are protected.

    It has always been at the heart of Fiore Adventure’ ethos to not exploit local communities’ culture and environment.

    We ensure our tours are:

    • low impact on natural resources
    • respectful and observant of local customs and
    • supportive of local economies


    All staff of Fiore Adventure are locally employed and all our guides are, ensuring a more authentic experience for travelers, as well as sensitivity to local customs and culture. We also involve local communities in remote areas that we travel to.


    Our environmental policy:

    • We recycle all our waste paper
    • Our correspondence and promotion is carried out via the internet and email, minimizing the amount of paper used for our activities
    • We use established, locally-owned and run accommodation wherever possible and aim to leave sites in better condition than we find them.
    • Our vehicle fleet is managed to minimise environmental impact.
    • Our group sizes are small, helping minimise cultural and environmental impact.
    • We monitor our impact, and where necessary alter our programmes accordingly.
    • We always abide by site-specific guidelines pertaining to flora and fauna.


    Social policy:

    • All staff of Fiore Adventure are locally employed and all our guides are, ensuring a more authentic experience for travelers, as well as sensitivity to local customs and culture. We also involve local communities in remote areas that we travel to.
    • Our accommodation is mostly provided in small hotels, guest houses or apartments.
      On all our tours we use local produce and provide local-style meals, and we encourage our guests to try local dishes and delicacies
    • We support local economy and small business by supporting locally owned shops, restaurants, and using local guide services.
      Using local employees, accommodation providers, local restaurants and transportation services, Fiore Adventure ensures that financial benefits remain in the local community.

    What you can do:

    • Learn something about Croatia: culture, religion, geography, politics and local customs.I strongly recommend to get a good travel guide such as Lonely Planet guides or Croatian Tourism Board. They are very useful before and during your staying.
    • Try to speak at least a few words of Croatian, you will make a big impression by doing it and it’s also a show of respect and interest on your part.
    • In many places fresh water is a very precious commodity and should not be wasted, so use a minimum for showering and washing, especially when you are on islands, tap water is drinkable throughout Croatia
    • Turn out the lights or air condition when you leave your room, use the public transport as much as you can, minimize your waste generally
    • Pick up your litter, never live any trace in nature, when you are in rural areas please stay to the trails and don’t damage or take any plants or flowers

    TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

    Fiore tours & adventure operates a fleet of different vehicles from cars, minivans and minibuses. Each van is equipped stereo radio/ CD sound systems with microphone, cloth/velour upholstered seats, carpeted interior and air conditioning. The vans are regularly serviced and continuously checked by a well established network of maintenance and service facilities throughout the country. This adds up to the best preventative maintenance program, but technical problems are not always avoidable.

    BIKE TRANSPORTATION AND SHUTTLE

    TRANSFER SERVICE

    We cater to clients from all around the world and in doing so understand their basic needs and requirements. Whether you are on a business trip or on a holiday, we can assist you move in and around Croatia.

    BEFORE YOU GO

    Preparing for your trip!!!! So you have booked! Please take the time to read the following information; it will help you prepare for the trip of a lifetime. The information provided here is a guideline and should be used as such, if you need further information please feel free to contact us – one of our staff will be happy to help you.

    Travel documents

    Passports
    Passport valid for at least three months beyond length of stay is required for those nationals that need a visa. Those not requiring a visa need a valid passport and must leave the country before the passport has expired.If you don’t have a passport, apply for one in good time. If you do have a passport, check the expiry date.

    Visa
    Citizens of Australia, Canada, the EU, New Zealand, and the US do not need a visa for stays of up to 90 days. Visas cost US$26 (single-entry), US$33 (double-entry), and US$52 (multiple-entry). Apply for a visa at your nearest Croatian embassy or consulate at least one month before planned arrival.

    Travel Insurance
    A requirement for all overland travel is that you have valid insurance cover for the duration of our tour. It must cover you against personal accident, medical, cancellation, curtailment and repatriation expenses , you should also make sure you are covered for hiking and other expedition activities or optional excursions that you intend to do. You should purchase your travel insurance policy at the same time as you book your tour.Please remember to bring your policy with you.

    Regional Information
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    Packing list – adventure travel
    One word: versatility. Your destination and the duration of time you’re traveling generally dictates what—and how much—to bring along. But whether you’re living out of your bag for two weeks or four months, pack clothes that can do double duty, ones that are functional enough for the trail but sharp enough not to stand out in a city. Sun hats can become rain hats, backpacks with detachable daypacks free your hands when lugging your gear from bus stop to hotel, and a good pair of travel pants with a concealed zipper pocket could stand in for a money belt.

    When it comes to clothing, stay away from cotton (or at least aim for poly/cotton blends; it may be comfortable, but it takes forever to dry), and try for wrinkle-free clothes. Pack one nice outfit for that must-have dinner in a Parisian café, and always have pants or a skirt that’s long enough to cover your legs should you be traveling in a country where custom dictates a degree of modesty. In warmer climes, you’ll naturally be packing lighter. In cooler locales, layering will stretch your wardrobe. Another piece of advice: darker colors generally blend in anywhere, let you mix and match without becoming a fashion accident, and save the hassle of constant washing. And if you’re heading someplace with inexpensive markets and shopping (Southeast Asia, for example), you can always buy a few new items when the need or desire strikes.

    In the brave new world of bags, you can get a rolling bag/backpack hybrid that gives you the versatility, and the newer generation of rollers come with wheels that swallow up Central European cobblestone as much as NYC asphalt. But if you’re uncertain, let your interest be your guide. Trekking in Annapurna? Go with a traditional backpack. Crawling the pavement of South America’s metropolises? A rolling bag will save your back and serve you well.

    Travel Items
    • passport + photocopy of front page of passport
    • airline tickets
    • travel insurance
    • wallet (cash, credit cards, traveler’s cheque, ID Card)
    • money belt
    • medications
    • list of contact addresses and telephone numbers
    • backpack
    • daypack
    • multi-tool or pocket knife
    • headlamp
    • camera, memory card/film, charger/extra camera batteries
    • ziploc plastic bags
    • travel alarm clock / calculator
    • small umbrella
    • reading material
    • International electric adapters

    Clothing
    • 2 to 3 synthetic/wicking polo shirts or t-shirts or 1 to 2 short-sleeve blouses, gauzy material
    • fleece jacket or vest
    • rainjacket (gore tex or similar)
    • convertible nylon pants or a few skirts
    • underwear and socks
    • clothing and shoes for downtime and restaurants
    • lightweight sarong
    • sun/rain hat
    • mid thigh-length shorts
    • swimmsuit
    • sleepwear
    • sunglasses

    Footwear
    • waterproof sandals (or flip-flops for public showers)
    • trail-running or hiking shoes
    • “dress up” shoes (or buy them in-country)
    • hiking socks
    Toiletry Kit
    • super-absorbent camp towel
    • dramamine, or other motion sickness tablets
    • anti-diarrhea medicine
    • anti-bacterial cream
    • insect repellent
    • sunscreen and lip ointment
    • handi Wipes
    • feminine products
    • shaving accessories

    Repair Kit
    • safety pins (keep straps together, etc.)
    • clothespins (keep curtains closed and hang clothing to dry)
    • mini sewing kit

    Packing list – Cycling Holidays
    Complete packing list for adventure travel
    Bicycling Clothing & Gear
    • bicycling shoes or stiff-soled sneakers
    • bicycling shorts
    • short-fingered bicycling gloves
    • brightly colored cycling jerseys or synthetic T-shirts
    • lightweight jacket or vest
    • breathable windproof and waterproof rain jacket
    Optional Bicycling Clothing & Gear
    • arm and knee/leg warmers
    • headband that covers ears (worn under helmet)
    • synthetic mid-weight socks
    • toe covers or booties (worn over clip-in bike shoes)
    • bicycling tights
    • windproof outer gloves (worn over biking gloves)
    • lightweight but warm cycling cap that fits under helmet (skullcap)
    • hydration backpack
    • personal biking gear and helmet

    Packing list – Walking/Hiking Holidays
    Complete packing list for adventure travel
    Walking/Hiking Clothing & Gear
    • waterproof hiking boots/shoes
    • walking/hiking shorts
    • long-fingered, waterproof gloves
    • lightweight windproof jacket/vest or warm sweater
    • synthetic walking/hiking pants
    • synthetic T-shirts
    • walking sticks optional

    Packing list – Sea Kayak Holidays
    Complete packing list for adventure travel
    Sea Kayaking Clothing & Gear
    • water bottles/hydration pack
    • dry bags
    • synthetic T-shirts
    • waterproof sandals
    • swim suit and spare
    • towel
    • hat: baseball or wide-brim
    • polypro long-sleeve top
    • suncream & lipsalve
    • gloves

    Packing list – Multi-Sport Holidays
    Complete packing list for adventure travel
    Bicycling Clothing & Gear
    • bicycling shoes or stiff-soled sneakers
    • bicycling shorts
    • short-fingered bicycling gloves
    • brightly colored cycling jerseys or synthetic T-shirts
    • lightweight jacket or vest
    • breathable windproof and waterproof rain jacket
    Optional Bicycling Clothing & Gear
    • arm and knee/leg warmers
    • headband that covers ears (worn under helmet)
    • synthetic mid-weight socks
    • toe covers or booties (worn over clip-in bike shoes)
    • bicycling tights
    • windproof outer gloves (worn over biking gloves)
    • lightweight but warm cycling cap that fits under helmet (skullcap)
    • hydration backpack
    • personal biking gear and helmet

    Sea Kayaking Clothing & Gear
    • water bottles/hydration pack
    • dry bags
    • synthetic T-shirts
    • waterproof sandals
    • swim suit and spare
    • towel
    • hat: baseball or wide-brim
    • polypro long-sleeve top
    • suncream & lipsalve
    • gloves

    Notice On Filing Customer's Complaints

    Pursuant to Article 8 Paragraph 2 of the Law on Consumer Protection (Narodne Novine Official Gazette No. 97/07 and 125/07 – corr. 79/09 and 89/09 – corr., 133/09), we inform our clients that complaints regarding the quality of our services can be submitted in writing to:
    Fiore d.o.o., travel agency, Mate Vlašića 6, 52440 Poreč, Croatia or sending to following E-mail address: adventure@fiore.hr

    You will receive a response to your complaint in writing within 15 days of receipt of the complaint. Required information: name and surname of the person filing the complaint, the exact address for submission of responses.

    Walking adventure through green Istria

    PRICES AND AVAILABILITY

    CLASSIC HOTELS 3*
    01.03.-27.04. – 610 EUR
    28.04.-28.05. – 640 EUR
    29.05.-27.06. – 660 EUR
    28.06.-28.08. – 700 EUR
    29.08.-27.09. – 660 EUR
    28.09.-30.11. – 640 EUR
    PREMIUN HOTELS 4*
    01.03.-27.04. – 840 EUR
    28.04.-28.05. – 880 EUR
    29.05.-27.06. – 940 EUR
    28.06.-28.08. – 990 EUR
    29.08.-27.09. – 940 EUR
    28.09.-30.11. – 880 EUR
    Prices are in EUR per person sharing a double/twin room. This trip is available from mid-March till mid-November.
    The flexibility of self-guided holidays means that there are no fixed dates and you can start your trip on any date within the season.

    Walking adventure through green Istria

    ITINERARY

    1. DAY – ARRIVAL

    Arrival in Istria. Info meeting with Fiore representative at 7pm at the hotel reception area where we will provide you with the package including hotel vouchers, maps and a road book, luggate tags. Overnight in hotel “Casa la Parenzana”. Rural house in heart of Istria, a peaceful oasis for relaxation and an ideal starting point for daily exploration of this beautiful area.

    Accommodation: Hotel Casa la Parenzana 3* in Volpija or Lovac 3* in Kaldanija (Buje area)
    Meals: not included
    Walking distance: no
    Transfer: no

    2. DAY – HIKING BRTONIGLA TO BUJE

    Short transfer to Brtonigla. The numerous acres of vineyards and olive groves are surrounded by pathways that lead towards meadows and woods, deep into the centre of vibrating nature that lives intact, far away from the modern civilisation. It is also a place where you can find superior wines and olive oils – many family cellars and tasting premises invite the travellers to discover the authentic power of the local lifestyle. After 3 hours walking through vineyards we reach Buje, a small town hilltop town. From the top of the hill you can enjoy the pretty view of terraced fields and arable land, vineyards and olive groves. Enjoy sightseeing in this town full of history and culture. The route finishes in front of your hotel where you will get by ex old railway. Overnight in Buje area.

    Accommodation: Hotel Casa la Parenzana 3* in Volpija or Lovac 3* in Kaldanija (Buje area)
    Meals: Breakfast included
    Transfer: 10 minutes transfer
    Walking distance: 16 km / 10 miles (4-5 h)
    Points of interest: Brtonigla, Buje hill top town, Wine cellar with local wine, vineyards

    3. DAY – GROŽNJAN – MOTOVUN
    After breakfast you are ready to start exploring istrian villages and hidden paths. After 10 minute transfer walking stage starts on ex railway Parenzana. Parenzana was a narrow – gauge Austrian railway connecting Trieste with Poreč through a series of Istrian small towns, for 123 kilometres long. The railway was in function from 1902 until 1935, and today, the track has been rearranged for cycling and hiking paths wounding through Istrian hills. Grožnjan will be your start point. After you saw It’s galleries and viewpoints you can pass through magnificent rolling landscapes and lively Istrian vineyards. After passing through several tunnels, over old bridges you can stop on many fascinating view point before reaching the village of Livade, the truffle center of the world where you can taste and buy some products with truffles. In front of Livade on a hill is the town of Motovun where is your hotel. Overnight in Motovun.

    Accommodation: Hotel Kaštel 3* or Villa Borgo 3*in Motovun or similar
    Meals: Breakfast included
    Transfer: 10 minutes transfer luggage transfer
    Walking distance: 25 km / 15 miles (approx 6-7 h) – there is possibility for shorter option 16 km / 8 miles, 3-4 hours
    Points of interest: Parenzana ex railway line, Tunnels and bridges, Grožnjan the city or artists, Livade the truffle center of the world, Motovun

    4.DAY – OPRTALJ – BUZET

    Ater breakfast short transfer to Oprtalj. Pitoresque little town deeply in Istrian peninsula from where it starts the Istrian Mountain Trail. The route goes downhill into the forest and passing Sv.Ivan (st.John) village. Next village in st. Lucija with a very beautiful church. Through few villages you will get to Control point where is also one of the best views on river Mirna valley. The trail is passing by the Pietrapelosa castle and leads down in the valley. After passing an aqueduct the trail goes on the hill towards the village of Mali Mlun and few more villages opens a beautiful view on the town of Buzet. Through a forest and fields the trail will get you to Buzet. Overnight in Buzet.

    Accommodation: Hotel Vela Vrata 4*, Buzet or similar
    Meals: Breakfast included
    Transfer: 15 min transfer luggage transfer
    Hiking distance: 19 km / 12 miles (5-6 hours) – there is possibility for shorter option 10 km/ 6 miles, 3 hours
    Points of interest: Oprtalj, Untouched nature of inland, Mirna river valley view, City of Buzet.

    5. DAY – BUZET – HUM – BUZET

    Path from Buzet to Hum can be a circular trail or one way if you start from Hum.
    The trail starts by the river and turns into the forest, passing over shallow river or riverbed if it’s dry.
    It’s passing by some waterfalls with lakes. Nice, and not too steep, the trail leads you all the way to Korita, the water springs with natural pools and an old watermill. The trail continues following the riverbed and it’s passing trough Benčići, an abandoned village where you can see traditional Istrian stone houses. From there you’ll see Hum and it’s recognizable churchtower in the distance.
    When you get to Hum, take a walk and you’ll understand why its the smallest town in the world. In Hum you can eat in the local “konoba”, a word form the local dialect that means restaurant. The “konoba” in hum offers you nothing but traditional istrian dishes. The «way of mistletoe» will lead you all the way back to Buzet. It takes about 3 hours of hiking in one way. Overnight in Buzet.

    Accomodation: Hotel 4* “Vela Vrata” or similar
    Meals: Breakfast included
    Distance: Walking distance: one way 13 km / 8 miles (4-5) or circular trail 24 km / 15 miles (7-8)
    Points of interest: Mirna river canyon, Nature, Old mill on the river, Kotli (natural pools), Hum the smallest city in the world

    6.DAY – UČKA
    Transfer to Poklon ,saddle between two hills from where trail starts. It goes on the top of Učka mountain which is biggest mountain in Istria with altitude of 1401 m .From the top it goes all the way down on sea level in Lovran.Path is covered by oak and chestnut forests that give pleasant freshness in hot summers. The very summit of Ucka (Vojak) is worth to climb on for stunning panorama. The panorama of Kvarner bay includes sea and coastal towns, as well as the mountains in background: Obruc, Snjeznik and Risnjak Western side the whole Istra peninsula lies in front of you. Sometimes, if visibility is good, view towards to Venice and on Alps on the north side. Overnight in 4* hotel in Lovran.

    Accommodation: Hotel Park 4* in Lovran or similar
    Meals: Breakfast Included
    Transfer: 30 min transfer from Buzet to Poklon (Startpoint) luggage transfer
    Walking distance: 11km / 7 miles (approx 5-6 h), – there is possibility for shorter option 6 km / 4 miles, 2 hours
    Points of interest: Učka nature park, Highest mountain in Istria (1401 m) , Beautiful 360° view on surrounding kvarner bay islands and Istrian inland.

    7.DAY – DEPARTURE OR POSSIBILITY FOR EXTENDED STAY

    After breakfast departure.
    Accommodation: not included
    Meals: Breakfast included
    Transfer: not included
    Walking Distance: no
    Points of interest: no

    © This itinerary is the copyright of Fiore Tours

    Walking adventure through green Istria

    WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • Welcome meeting
  • 2 x overnight in a 3* hotel in Buje area
  • 1 x overnight in a 3* hotel in Motovun
  • 2 x overnight in a 4* hotel in Buzet
  • 1 x overnight in a 4* hotel in Lovran
  • 6 x breakfast
  • Information package including detailed route description (map and road book) and vouchers
  • Luggage transport between accommodations
  • 24/7 emergency number
  • WHAT'S EXCLUDED

  • Travel insurance
  • Arrival and departure from Istria
  • Transfer from airport to hotel and re-tour (can be organised)
  • Walking adventure through green Istria

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

    Do you arrange info meeting with clients?

    Yes we do, mostly on arrival day. We like to meet our guests in person in order to give the clients full information about the upcoming trip as well as much need material like maps, road book and hotel vouchers. Generally it is scheduled at 19h / 7 p.m. for clients with independent arrival. In case they come with organized transfer it can be rescheduled to fit the arrival to the first accommodation.

    What grade is tour?

    This walking holiday is graded moderate and involves 5 – 7 hours of walking each day so you should enjoy an active lifestyle to get the most from this holiday. If you are unable to walk on any day you can use taxis to move onto the next nights accommodation. We are offering shorter options for most of the days.

    When is the best time of year for walking?

    Spring in Croatia is sublime and April, May and June are absolutely lovely. Autumn is probably best time of year as the landscape is made up of a gold and red pallet so September and October are unmissable. July and August can be hot so you will have to start early to miss the heat of the day, although the towns and villages are busier with many seasonal festivals on which is great.

    What should I bring from hiking equipment?

    You will need good walking shoes/boots, comfortable walking clothes, waterproof jacket and trousers, a day pack and hats. We recommend you to take sun-cream and first aid, together with some bug repellent.

    Walking boots/shoes, suitable clothing including good walking, socks, hat, waterproof jacket, water carrier/bottle, food and snacks, rucksack, Guidebook & Maps (supplied by FT), blister treatment kit, First aid kit, Cash and credit cards.

    Which are the best way for arrival in destination?

    Arrival in destination and in first hotel can be done by car, by plane, by train and by bus. Fiore tours can organize privat transfer service from airports, train stations and from bus stations. Before tour start and also before booking you will find in our brochure(download our brochure) detaild informations and locations of nearest airports and bus or train stations from your first hotel. When booking is confirmed you will also recive form Fiore tours pre-trip brochure with more detailed helpfull informations. Fiore tours can organize transfer service to first hotel upon arrival and transfer service from your last hotel upon departure. Transfer service is not in price included and must be pre ordered and paid. Ttransfer prices you will find in our tour brochure wich you will find on our web page.

    What kind of assistance provides fiore tours during your tour?

    From arrival day , with first contact with our representative on welcome meeting trough all days on tour you will have full assistance from Fiore tours staff. Phone lines are always open. All neccesary phone numbers you will have from first day. You can contact as by phone : you can call office, you can call us on our emergency mobile phone, you can send us E-mail or send us text message with viber app or whats up app. Also you can use assistance from hotel front desk help to send as questions or requests. All our hotels are familiar with with our tours and they are also very helpfull to all our guests.

    What about the navigation for the tour?

    You will be given maps for the walks and road book with detailed descriptions of walks. For all our clients we will give Fiore Tours app with maps which works offline. Some of the walks are well marked too.

    Are luggage transfers included?

    Yes luggage transfers are included. On all tours, whether guided or self-guided, your luggage is transferred to your following night’s accommodation. Luggage transfer is mostly carried out by Fiore Tours, by sometimes we use also the accommodation provider or a local taxi service. About all details for local transfers and luggage transfers you will be detailed informed at info meeting at your arrival day.

    How far in advance do I need to book?

    We suggest you book as soon as your plans are finalized Croatia is extremely popular especially during July/August. You will find up to date availability on our website and we will always try and accommodate your plans so just ask.

    What is the accommodation going to be like?

    For the classic tour you’ll mainly stay in small, locally-run, guesthouses and 3 or 4 star hotels, which reflect the character of the area. If that is too basic feel free to choose a Premium tour with upgraded hotels, mostly charming and small 4 star hotels, offering a higher level of service.

    Can I arrive before tour start or leave later?

    Yes you can send as request for additional nights if you wish to prolong your holidays

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    ACCOMMODATION

    CLASSIC: Hotel Casa Romantica La Parenzana 3*

    The family-owned Casa Romantica La Parenzana is a rugged former farmhouse with thick stone walls, wooden beams and open fireplaces, offering fine Istrian cuisine and free internet. Located close to Buje in Istria, on the former tracks of the Parenzana Railway Line, the historic towns of Motovun and Grožnjan are just about a few meters from the Casa Romantica La Parenzana. Traditional local food like Čripnja – roasted meat or fish and potatoes cooked in a cast iron pot over an open hearth fire – or dishes with truffles are served in the Konoba restaurant. All 16 rooms are heated and have an private bathroom and a TV. Internet access is available for free at the reception. Trieste airport is 29 mi / 46 km away, while Pula airport is 39 mi / 63 km away from hotel.Visit page

    B&B Lovac 3*

    Bed and Breakfast Lovac is located 1.9 mi / 3 km from the center of Buje. This charming property is surrounded by a lush garden and an olive grove. The on-site restaurant serves Istrian specialties. Free Wi-Fi and parking are available. All accommodations units are air-conditioned and feature a wardrobe and a TV. Private bathrooms are fitted with a shower. Breakfast is served daily at the on-site restaurant. A bike and tool storage is at the guests’ disposal. The restaurant serves local foods such as truffle and fish dishes, wild asparagus and game specialties. The towns of Grožnjan and Motovun can be reached in 6.2 mi / 10 km, while the coast is 9.3 mi / 15 km away. Pula Airport can be reached in 43 mi / 70 km.

    Boutique Hotel Kaštel 3*

    Featuring an indoor swimming pool and à-la-carte restaurant, the family-run Hotel Kaštel is set at the top of a hill in the center of the medieval town of Motovun. Its guests can enjoy spa area with a sauna, a relaxing garden and various massage treatments. The wellness and spa area as well as most of the hotel rooms offer views of characteristic central Istrian landscape, the valley of the river Mirna and the famous Motovun vineyards. Amenities in each of 33 rooms include air-conditioning, satellite TV, a telephone, free Wi-Fi internet and central heating. All rooms consist of a bathroom with bathtub or shower and a hairdryer. The distance to the beach is 19 mi / 30 km from the Kaštel Hotel. Pula Airport can be reached within 44 mi / 71 km and Rijeka Airport is at a distance of 62 mi / 100 km.Visit page

    Hotel Villa Borgo 3*

    This B&B, situated close to the main square, the walls and the main Motovun street filled with restaurants and souvenirs, has the most beautiful view of the natural beauty of the interior of Istria from its terrace. Formerly old traditional stone house (formerly a seashell) is now newly renovated with all together nine rooms with private bathrooms. There is also the neighboring building “Baka Ljubica”, which contains six newly renovated rooms, with private bathrooms and a street view. Pula Airport is 44 mi / 71 km from Villa Borgo, while Rijeka Airport can be reached within 62 mi / 100 km. A bus stops at the foot of Motovun.Visit page

    Hotel Vela vrata 4*

    Boutique Hotel Vela Vrata nests among old, stony streets of the town of Buzet. Carefully restored and transformed into a charming family hotel, from 150 metres high it offers an unreal view across the small hills, parted by the Mirna River Valley. All the 19 painstakingly furnished rooms, enriched by details, entirely breathe the spirit of past times. Wooden details, antique furniture and warm earthy colours, emphasised in all rooms, evoke a feeling of the olden days. Its restaurant famous for Istrian cuisine – always prepared locally, seasonally and home-made – according to chef Zoran’s philosophy. Whether it concerns meat, pasta or forest crops, ingredients are carefully selected from the local farmers, or picked and prepared personally. Hotel also features Spa & relax zone with swimming pool, jacuzzi and sauna. It is located 32 mi / 51.2 km away from Rijeka airport, 35 mi / 56.6 km from Pula airport and 38 mi / 60.5 km from Trieste airport.Visit page

    Hotel Park 4*

    Located by the main road, Hotel Park is 50 m from the sea and the famous Lungo Mare promenade in Lovran. It offers breakfast and free use of the indoor swimming pool and fitness area. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property. Restaurant offers meals as a buffet. The hotel’s spa area can be used at an extra charge, upon availability and with a prior reservation. Lovran is located at the foot of the Učka Nature Park, which is blooming with Mediteranean vegetation. Hotel Park is 4.3 mi / 7 km from Opatija while the nearest airport is 15 mi / 24 km away.Visit page

    PREMIUM: Heritage Hotel San Rocco 4*

    An award-winning boutique hotel overlooking the quiet village of Brtonigla, this beautifully restored family estate with lush gardens, olive groves, and renowned restaurant welcomes visitors from all over the world. Each of the 14 double-occupancy rooms is uniquely designed to evoke the local traditions in wood, stone and wrought iron. Most have views of the park, the swimming pool, possibly even the distant Adriatic on clear days. Hotel features wellness and spa with outdoor and indoor pool. As members of the Association des Jeunes Restaurateurs d’Europe, San Rocco’s gourmet restaurant is at the pinnacle of Istrian and Croatian cuisine. Pula Airport can be reached in 45 mi / 73 km, while Trieste Airport is at a distance of 56 mi / 90 km. City of Buje is 3.73 mi / 6 km away.Visit page

    San Servolo Resort and Beer Spa 4*

    Featuring a restaurant, a wellness center and free WiFi throughout the property, San Servolo Resort & Beer Spa is set in the Istrian countryside near Buje. This 4-star property offers a 24-hour front desk and free private parking. All rooms are air-conditioned and fitted with a flat-screen TV, a safe and a mini-bar. Private bathrooms include a shower, free toiletries and a hairdryer. San Servolo Resort & Beer Spa offers a continental buffet breakfast. The wellness area can be used free of charge and consists of a fitness room, a swimming pool and a Turkish and Finnish sauna. The use of the Beer Spa services is available upon request and at a surcharge. The nearest beach can be reached in 5.6 mi / 9 km. Trieste is 16 mi / 26 km from the property, while Portorož is at a distance of 7.5 mi / 12 km. Pula Airport is 38 mi / 61 km away.Visit page

    Wine & Heritage Hotel Roxanich 4*

    Wine & Heritage hotel ROXANICH has a restaurant, seasonal outdoor swimming pool, a bar and garden in Motovun. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. The property has a 24-hour front desk, room service and free WiFi throughout the property. All 32 rooms come with a closet. Complete with a private bathroom equipped with a hairdryer, the rooms have a flat-screen TV and air conditioning, and some rooms include a balcony. All guest rooms will provide guests with a desk and an electric tea pot. Guests at the accommodation can enjoy a buffet breakfast. The wellness area features a sauna. Portorož is 24 mi / 38 km from Wine & Heritage hotel ROXANICH, while Poreč is 17 mi / 28 km from the property. The nearest airport is Pula Airport, 42 mi / 68 km from the hotel.Visit page

    Hotel Vela vrata 4*

    Boutique Hotel Vela Vrata nests among old, stony streets of the town of Buzet. Carefully restored and transformed into a charming family hotel, from 150 metres high it offers an unreal view across the small hills, parted by the Mirna River Valley. All the 19 painstakingly furnished rooms, enriched by details, entirely breathe the spirit of past times. Wooden details, antique furniture and warm earthy colours, emphasised in all rooms, evoke a feeling of the olden days. Its restaurant famous for Istrian cuisine – always prepared locally, seasonally and home-made – according to chef Zoran’s philosophy. Whether it concerns meat, pasta or forest crops, ingredients are carefully selected from the local farmers, or picked and prepared personally. Hotel also features Spa & relax zone with swimming pool, jacuzzi and sauna. It is located 32 mi / 51.2 km away from Rijeka airport, 35 mi / 56.6 km from Pula airport and 38 mi / 60.5 km from Trieste airport.Visit page

    Hotel Villa Vera 4*

    In Lovran on the Opatija Riviera, Villa Vera is surrounded by a Mediterranean garden. It has a glass-enclosed spa center with swimming pool, terrace, hot tub and saunas. All the air-conditioned rooms have private terraces at the sea side and there is free Wi-Fi available. You can also have the safes in the rooms and the 24-hour room service. Close to the hotel there is a 7 mi / 11.3 km long coastal promenade. Guests can admire the views of the islands of Krk and Cres from Mount Ucka. Hotel Villa Vera’s restaurant serves Mediterranean and international cuisine accompanied by a wide selection of wines from the hotel ‘s own wine cellar. Rijeka airport is 15 mi / 24 km away.Visit page

    WALKING/HIKING TOURS GRADES

    EASY

    This type of walking holiday is for those who don’t have previous experience in walking holidays and prefer sightseeing more than long walks. Paths are without long ascent and descents.
    Distance for a day less than 14 km

    EASY TO MODERATE

    Distances on this holiday are bit longer with ascents and descents which require good level of fitness. So this trips is perfect for those who are active and can enjoy in longer walks.
    Distance for a day are 14 km to 21 km

    MODERATE

    Walking distances on this type of holiday are longer and some of the days may be challenging than others. Possible are days with easy scrambling and steeper descents. Suitable for most regular walkers who have a reasonable level of fitness.
    Distance for a day are 21 km to 27 km

    MODERATE TO STRENUOUS

    This walk is made for the experienced walkers looking for a challenge. Distances are long and ascents and descent are steep and more often, terrain is changeable and scrambling is more often. Very good level of fitness is required.
    Distance for a day are 27 km to 30 km

    STRENUOUS

    For this holiday excellent level of fitness and experience is required. Walkers need to have experience in navigation and mountaineering skills. Weather conditions can be changeable and rough.
    Distance for a day are more than 30 km

    CYCLING TOURS GRADES

    EASY

    Easy and relaxed cycling holiday suitable for families with children. On this tour there are no steep hills and cycling days are short.
    Distance for a day less than 35 km

    EASY TO MODERATE

    This holiday requires cyclist with better level of fitness who are occasional cyclist. Cycling days are longer and higher hills are possible.
    Distance for a day are 35 km to 55 km

    MODERATE

    This holiday is suitable for cyclist with higher level of fitness who are active and cycling weekly. Distances and hills are longer and some of the days are challenging.
    Distance for a day are 55 km to 75 km

    MODERATE TO STRENUOUS

    This is challenging holiday for the avid cyclist who are prepared for steep hills and long distances.
    Distance for a day are 75 km to 95 km

    STRENUOUS

    This holidays are made for keen cyclist who can cycle long and challenging days in a row. Hills are steep and distances are long.
    Distance for a day are 95 km to 120 km

    ACCOMMODATION GRADES

    NO ACCOMODATION / NOT APPLICABLE
    BASIC

    Basic accommodation is represented by mostly mountain huts or rural houses with dormitory rooms and shared bathroom / shower / WC.

    BUDGET

    Budget accommodation is represented by family run 2* guest-houses/ B&B’s and rooms with en suite bathroom and breakfast. We guarantee friendly service and clean accommodation.

    CLASSIC

    Classic accommodation is represented by small, family run guest-houses and B&B’s in rural areas with en suite bathroom and 3* family run hotels with unique  atmosphere. Most accommodations are offering dinner, fresh and traditional food (some needs information in advance).

    PREMIUM

    Premium accommodation includes small 4* family run hotels with various types of rooms. Some boutique hotels also have a pool (indoor or outdoor) and spa. All hotels have restaurants that offer traditional and local cuisine.

    LUXURY

    Luxury accommodation includes 4* and 5* hotels with best possible service. Hotels are at best locations and in city centre. Luxury hotels include spa centres and massage service as well as great restaurants with excellent views and unique atmosphere.

    Walking adventure through green Istria

    CUSTOMER REVIEWS

    Reviewed by Tick MAgnet on Jan 16th, 2019
    The hilltowns are delightful and the people who transport to trails are especially skilled and kind. They are, though, prepared to transport and guide mountain bikers not walkers. This trail includes wonderful walks to and from hilltowns and one day on an old railroad trail. The other days include climbing a wet, rocky trail using cables to keep from plunging deep into a ravine. Another difficult day had us walking 4 miles down a very steep road to a wonderful seaside town. Too many times, the trail marker was missing or hidden. Once the hunters tower had collapsed and wasn’t visible without exploring a large area. This trail should be re-rated or re-organized.
    Reviewed by Jonny A on Jan 16th, 2019
    The walking was varied through beautiful country side and we were all slightly taken aback by how beautiful Northern Croatia is. We felt like we have stumbled across something wonderful before the rest of the world had heard about it. The local tour guys were outstanding and one one rainy day they called us proactively to ask if they could come and pick us up to save us getting wet – the sort of customer service you rarely get these days and they were on time every time without fail. Good food and felt very reasonable. The only slight downside was getting caught in a massive thunder and hail storm coming down a steep mountain – a bit scary but even then the local guys offered to come and pick us up if we needed them.
    Reviewed by Jonny A on Jan 16th, 2019
    The walking was varied through beautiful country side and we were all slightly taken aback by how beautiful Northern Croatia is. We felt like we have stumbled across something wonderful before the rest of the world had heard about it. The local tour guys were outstanding and one one rainy day they called us proactively to ask if they could come and pick us up to save us getting wet – the sort of customer service you rarely get these days and they were on time every time without fail. Good food and felt very reasonable. The only slight downside was getting caught in a massive thunder and hail storm coming down a steep mountain – a bit scary but even then the local guys offered to come and pick us up if we needed them.
    Reviewed by GP from Melbourne on Jan 16th, 2019
    Trying Something New Lovely country side and amazing hill top villages were unique. Best to go out of summer as weather not too hot and no crowds. Loved Motovun and Buzet. Last day the climb to Vojak was great, highest point in Croatia but 1400m down to Lovran was long and tough.
    Reviewed by Mike from Warwickshire on Jan 16th, 2019
    Overall we were disappointed in the walking as it was largely through woods and bushes with limited views. The weather didn’t help as it rained on most days (September). The trails were steep and slippery and walking became a chore. Fiore Tours were brilliant.
    Reviewed by Steve and Tess on Jan 16th, 2019
    Changes to our itinerary were simple, for example. Due to the heat in August it was more convenient to start early when things were a bit cooler. A request to the local agent was simple and they were more than accommodating.The distance of each walk is doable providing you pace yourselves, after all, you’re on holiday! As first timers to Croatia what we had not anticipated was the heat. Factor 50 suncream & hats were the order of each day and if you are prone to heat rash then expect to get it.Accommodation throughout was very good but it might be worth looking/asking for hotels that all have proper air con because in the summer months it is virtually essential, not all of them had it.Top prize goes to our first hotel, Guesthouse Lovac. Not because of its situation which is remote and by the side of a road but because of the relaxed and very friendly atmosphere created by owner Helen and her husband. Not once did we see a menu. Each morning it was more of a chat as to what we might like for dinner, fish, meat, bear stew, with lots of ingredients grown or reared by Helen herself.If the going does get a little tough then a simple call to your hotel or Fiore Tours will soon see a taxi arriving to take you on to your destination.The route guide is provided by Fiore Tours and consists of maps and a photographic & written route. If you follow carefully and are observant then you can’t go wrong. As a back up we took a hand held GPS which did prove invaluable on one or two occasions.All in all a lovely holiday in a quiet rural part of Croatia (Istria).
    Reviewed by Morph from Lake District on Jan 16th, 2019
    We had a great time and everything went to plan, Luca and his team in Croatia were excellent and all transfers were on time The walks were very enjoyable apart from the heat (hottest it had been since 1961!!) Thanks for a brill holiday and arranging everything for us, will definitely use you again in the future.
    Reviewed by Eric from Hove on Jan 16th, 2019
    Best Uses We arrived at our first accommodation late at night and to such a warm welcome we could not have started our group tour any better. Indeed, from that day forward our entire trip flowed with such ease and friendly organisation we could do nothing more than enjoy the stunning views, hilltop towns and plentiful food. (Not to mention copious bottles of local wine!) The walks were well marked and the accompanying booklet, complete with photographs, was spot on. Accommodation was excellent throughout and the staff could not have been more friendly. Very reminiscent of Thailand. Sadly, Hotel Park in Lovran fell short of our expectations. Very basic, tired, and corporate. However, the owner was enormously friendly as were the staff. Location excellent. Croatia is beautiful!
    Reviewed by Margaret and Maureen on Jan 16th, 2019
    Just wanted to say how much we enjoyed our walking tour through beautiful Istra. Your road book was a huge help and the accommodation we stayed in was awesome. In particular we really enjoyed the hospitality of Ellen and Muriz at hotel Lovac. They went out of their way to make us feel at home. Your other choices of accommodation were also good and we loved experiencing life in the old town Motovun
    Reviewed by Mary Coad on Jan 16th, 2019
    The accommodation for the self- guided walk was really great . The whole experience was rewarding and enriching
    Reviewed by Patricia Perkins on Jan 16th, 2019
    We just completed a delightful trek across the Istrian Pennisula in Croatia. From a logistical perspective, it was well organized, there were no problems with the accommodations or morning pickups and luggage transfers. We trekked in early October and found the weather ideal for walking. It would be hard to imagine doing this trek in the summer due to the hot temperatures. On the first day of our trek, we were given our Road Book and maps. The road book is a trail guide describing the daily routes complete with pictures highlighting important trail junctions etc. On some of the walks we found the descriptions and pictures to be a bit confusing as the pictures were taken at different times of the year and some trails were a bit overgrown. However, we never felt lost or concerned even when we knew we were off the trail. We had downloaded the MACS App which includes a GPS tracker and highlighted trail. So, with the 3 tools (road book, map and GPC tracker) finding our way to our destination was very doable. We highly recommend downloading the MACS App!Each accommodation offered a different experience but all were very nice. If you start your trek in Brtonigla and stay at the LOVAC hotel, be sure to treat yourself to a bottle of champagne and have Mauris, the most gracious host, to open it for you using his sword! It’s quite the show and great way to start the vacation.We found the Croatian people to be very welcoming and charming. As an added treat, we managed to be in Istria during the very short WHITE truffle season. There were many olive groves and vineyards. The olive oils and wines were terrific.
    Reviewed by fiore on Nov 22nd, 2016
    “12-day Coast to Coast Walking Tour Across Istria” Our group of 9 retirees has done England’s Coast to Coast and Offa’s Dyke paths. We decided to try someplace different this year and happened on Fiore’s walking tours of Istria. Dalibor Rudan (a traveler’s gem if ever there was one) patiently listened to all our wants and answered all our questions, responding with amazing speed each time. He then organized a custom self-guided walking trip for us across the Istrian peninsula (“coast to coast”). Our experience with Fiore echoes those of the other reviewers (great accommodations; good walking advice, maps and instructions; and truly attentive follow-up each step of the way). We were met several times en route by Dalibor or Ilija (another gem). Fiore also organized for us a week-long (post-walk) sightseeing tour of the Dalmatian coast, equally splendid. We can’t recommend them too highly. Tripadvisor
    Reviewed by Karl Boehmke on Nov 22nd, 2016
    “Outstanding support before and during our tours!” We relied on Fiore Tours to design a custom self-guided walk across Istria. Dalibor Rudan was so responsive to our whims and needs that also had him arrange a trip down the Dalmatian Coast. Everything Dalibor planned for us was wonderful. The inns were charming and comfortable, the drivers and tour guides were prompt, friendly, knowledgeable and professional. The personal attention we received from Fiore Tours far exceeded what we have received from larger travel companies. Tripadvisor
    Reviewed by Bryan Rowsthorne on Jul 27th, 2016
    Hi, Bryan Rowsthorne here I have just completed your self guided walk through Istria. I just wanted to pass on my thanks and appreciation to the Fiore Team for looking after me during my stay and completion of the walk. I had a great time and really enjoyed the walk and Istria. I have now returned to Australia very tired but very happy and thoroughly enjoyed my holiday and time in your beautiful country. Thanks again. Kind Regards Bryan Rowsthorne
    Reviewed by fiore on Jun 13th, 2016
    We have been on a lot of self guided walking tours and Fiore ranks amongst the best. We were on a five day walking tour with Fiore who are a local company. There was great support, good accommodation and excellent information about the routes. Istria is very, very nice with beautiful hill towns, friendly people and excellent food. All the Fiore staff were very helpful, really knew their country and were flexible in changing plans where necessary. Go and enjoy! Tripadvisor
    Reviewed by fiore on Jun 13th, 2016
    We did the 5 day walking tour and the only disappointment was some heavy rain on one day which in spite of umbrellas and wet weather gear we were soaked and very muddy. Having said that this is the first time we have been met on a daily basis by the walking company and Illija couldn’t do more to help. He explained where we might get caught on the directions and offered alternatives if we needed them. The towns of Motovun, Buzet, and Hum were delightful hilltop towns each with their own character. finishing at Lovran was superb with the promenade walk the next day a must. Accommodation at each stopover was excellent however La Paranzana was a cut above the rest. The most spectacular walk was the last up to Mt Vojak, a bit cloudy but worth the climb. The walk down was tough and 2 days later we are still a bit sore, so make sure you are reasonably fit for this walk, or ask Illija for an alternative. Tripadvisor
    Reviewed by Gunter Keim on Feb 10th, 2016
    Diese Beschreibung machte uns neugierig. Im Juni 2013 haben wir die Tour gemacht. Um es vorweg zu sagen, wir waren begeistert. Die Reisevorbereitung war einfach, die Beschreibung auf der Website von Fiore Tours sehr gut. Der Empfang durch Dalibor Rudan, den Inhaber, in unserem ersten Hotel hat alle eventuellen Unklarheiten ausgeräumt. Ein Road Book mit Fotos und detaillierten Angaben, Landkarten mit den eingezeichneten Wanderungen und seine persönlichen Erklärungen waren perfekt. Seine Worte wurden am 1. Tag „wahr“. Wir wurden pünktlich abgeholt und konnten nach 10 Minuten Autofahrt starten. Anschliessend gab es für uns nur eindrückliche Natur, schöne Landschaften, gut gekennzeichnete Wege, schöne Hotels, gutes Essen und freundliche Menschen. Wann immer wir in einem der Unterkünfte ankamen, unser Gepäck war schon da. An jedem Tag hat alles wie mit „Schweizer Präzision“ funktioniert. Das haben wir als Schweizer sehr geschätzt. Alle Eindrücke lassen sich hier nicht beschreiben, Sie sollten es selber erleben. Gunter und Eveline (66 und 59 Jahre jung) und begeisterte Wanderer.
    Reviewed by Roger Hitchin on Feb 10th, 2016
    A very enjoyable well-organised personal adaptation of a trip to suit my timings. Roger

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    OSNOVNI

    Osnovni smještaj su najčešće planinske kuće ili privatne kuće u ruralnim krajevima sa višekrevetnim spavaonama i zajedničkom kupaonicom / tušem / wc-om.

    BUDŽETNI

    Budžetni smještaj su najčešće obiteljski vođeni pansioni kategorizirani pod 2*. Sobe imaju privatnu kupaonicu te je u sklopu smještaja uključen i doručak. Sobe su čiste i uredne a domaćini ljubazni.

    STANDARDNI

    Standardni smještaj su najčešće mali obiteljski hoteli od 3* ili sobe s doručkom, često u ruralnim područjima sa posebnom obiteljskom atmosferom. Sobe su sa odvojenom kupaonicom i ugodnim namještajem. Smještaj najčešće uz doručak nudi i večere sa svježim i tradicionalnim namirnicama.

    PREMIJUM

    Premijum smještaj su obiteljski hoteli od 4* koji nude različite vrste soba u sklopu objekta. Svi hoteli sadrže restoran sa tradicionalnom ponudom. Neki od malih obiteljskih hotela imaju i bazen (unutrašnji ili vanjski) te uslugu wellnesa.

    LUKSUZNI

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