Due to its perfect geographical position, Novigrad is located in the proximity of many other destinations. Istrian inland is known for its untouched nature, centuries-old olive trees growing on terraced fields, its sunbathed vineyards and small medieval villages on hilltops.
The most noted one would definitely be Grožnjan, also known as the „City of artists“.
Above the valley of the river Mirna, high up the hill lies Motovun, known for one of the best white truffles in the world and top-quality wines.
Heading from Motovun towards Buzet you will find the natural thermal resort Istarske toplice, settled in the middle of untouched nature. Its thermal water with therapeutic effects, its serenity and beautiful nature offer a unique atmosphere for a complete relaxation.
The Lim bay is an area that is well known for its fish and mussel cultivation. The caves Baredine and Mramornica are home to numerous unusual creatures, including the endemic olm.
On the southern coast of Istria lies Pula, the biggest city on the peninsula, along with its large industrial harbor and the nearby international airport. The admirers of culture will find many historical monuments in this city. Just by walking through its streets you will stumble upon numerous monuments of the Roman architecture.
The cape Kamenjak is the most southerly point of the Istrian peninsula and one of the last true retreats in the untouched nature with ideal spots for sunbathing and swimming.
Heading north from Pula, after 8 km you will reach the city of Fažana, which is the starting point for boat trips to the National Park Brijuni.