This villa is located on the western bank of the Istrian Peninsula, between the mouth of the Mirna River (north) and Lim Fjord (to the south). It has a gentle climate, an indented coastline with many small islands as well as peninsulas thick with pine trees, and beautiful beaches sheltered from the sea by the island of St. Nikola. All of these have helped make Poreč a leading center of Croatian tourism. Once a small fishing village, today it is an attractive tourist hub. These apartments are located 30 minutes (on foot) from the seashore. There is a grocery store and several restaurants in the vicinity. The town center is about 20 minutes walk away. Young adults are not accepted at this property. Nice apartment of 65m2 with 2 bedrooms. The first bedroom has 3 single beds that can be joined or separated according to your needs. The second room has 2 single beds. The cozy living room has a sofa bed where an extra person can sleep. The kitchen is equipped with all necessary appliances. The bathroom has a shower. Furthermore you will find a terrace, parking lot for 1 car, barbecue, Wi-Fi, TV/SAT. Once a Roman town, Poreč was subsequently conquered by the Byzantines and Venetians. In former times it was an important harbor. Today it is one of the most integral Istrian towns and well worth visiting. Poreč is the center of the largest holiday area in Istria and is also known as the "Riviera of Istria". Aside from the tremendous tourist influence, Poreč has retained its own culture and town spirit, and is recognized among others as an important historical city. The rich tourist tradition, with its attractive hotels and modern tourist facilities, combined with green forests and Mediterranean vegetation, are just some of the reasons for the continued tourist development. It is also haven for athletes. It has a good variety of nightlife which includes various discotheques, bars and dance clubs. While in Poreč you must visit the old part of town with its important cultural and historical sites which includes the Euphrasian Basilica (under the protection of UNESCO). Here you will also find some interesting archaeological remains which bear witness to the population density of this place even in prehistoric times. The remains of forums and temples reveal the importance of the Roman presence in the area. In Poreč you will feel the presence of the old spirits and discover traces of great cultures, visible on every step of the old town with its narrow streets. Poreč also has the Cove Baredine, a natural cove with endemic amphibian species. From Poreč you can take excursions to Rovinj which has been a cultural monument since 1963, or to the Limski Channel- a natural marriage of extreme species. On a boat trip you can visit the Brijuni Islands National Park. Further trips include Pula and Medulin - both well-known tourist centers and holiday resorts, and the Peninsula Cape, a large and protected nature area. Check-in: 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. Check-out: till 10:00 a.m. Option booking not available Please note: the rates do not include the mandatory hirers' liability insurance. This small amount is a percentage of the rental sum starting from 10 Euros per reservation.