Narrow streets, tall colorful houses, rocks that go directly into the sea. The architecture and the style of this town reminded me of different other cultures and architectures, from the Ligurian colors to the Venetian houses.
• aperitif and sunset at Valentino • maps and souvenirs of Mediterraneo • the view of the town from the harbor
Istria inland hides some pearls: these villages in the heart of the peninsula show the real soul of the country. We spent a full day driving from one village to another, tasting the cuisine, talking with locals and listening to stories.
• Motovun: it is a perched medieval village, you will reach the historical center walking up a long stair through the typical houses - the view is amazing • Hum, also known as the smallest village in the world. Highlights: the little church, the stone houses and the truffle Fuzi (typical pasta) from “Humska Konoba” • Pazin and the Zipline : don’t be scared, it’s great to fly