Poreč offers something for every taste – courts for sporting activities, restaurants, clubs, beautiful scenery and plentiful entertainment options for children. You'll find this and so much more in the hotels, camps and apartments of Laguna Poreč
A true gem of the Mediterranean, Poreč has all the features and amenities of a tourist destination while preserving the charm of a small coastal town - the makings of a pleasant and interesting holiday. You may discover concerts of classical and jazz music, folklore festivals and street art, museums and galleries as well as numerous shops and restaurants. The tumultuous history of Poreč has resulted in the interwoven influence of many different nations and cultures– Histri, Romans, Ostrogoths, Franks, Slavic peoples, Venetians, Austrians...precious cultural heritage can be seen at every turn.
When you walk through Poreč, you pass through the same streets as did the ancient Romans nearly 2000 years ago, when Poreč was a city of the Roman Empire. Poreč has been a diocese since the early third century, was self-governed as early as the 12th century, and was made the seat of the Istrian parliament in the Austro-Hungarian empire in 1861. The temples, medieval fortifications, and Romanesque, Gothic and Baroque palaces of Poreč are all well worth a visit; particularly noteworthy are the famous mosaics of the sixth-century Euphrasian Basilica, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
However, Poreč is much more than its rich history and cultural heritage. Today, Poreč and its surroundings are a tourist mecca and a perfect holiday destination, wherever you may stay – at a nice hotel, in the pleasant campsites or in one of the numerous comfortable apartments.
Poreč offers something for every taste – sports facilities, restaurants, nightclubs, spectacular landscapes and plenty of amenities for children. You’ll find all this, and much more, in the hotels, campsites, villas and apartments of Plava Laguna and Zelena Laguna, Poreč – come and fall in love with Istria and its beauties.