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All at your disposal: windsurfing equipment, sailing boat and catamaran hire. Courses also offered!
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Hire of high-tech mountain bikes on location!
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General Information


Istria is the most developed tourist region in Croatia. Between two to three million holidaymakers visit the peninsula every year, making it the country’s most popular tourist attraction. Besides being one of Europe’s sunniest spots, its 3600 square kilometres also make it the largest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea. Istria’s small attractive coastal towns with their Mediterranean flair, cosmopolitan character and predominantly pedestrian town centres are a delight to stroll around, shop in and to enjoy excellent food. In contrast, the region’s picturesque hilly interior of forests, pastures and vineyards along with peaceful villages and farms are a joy to experience on foot or by bike.

The currency

The country’s currency is Kuna. The rate of exchange for Euro to Kuna is approx. 1:7.
A maximum of 2000 Kuna can be taken in or out of the country. The value added tax for goods bought in Croatia can be refunded should an invoice exceed 500 Kuna. A tax refund for fuel is not possible! Money can be changed day and night at bureaus de change on the Croatian border. Foreign currency can also be changed at banks, other bureaus of change, post offices as well as in most travel agencies, hotels and camping sites. Credit cards such as American Express, Eurocard/Mastercard, Visa, Diners Club are accepted in the majority of hotels, restaurants and shops.

The language and local time

The national language is Croatian. Italian is also spoken in Istria – and English and German are often understood at tourist locations. The local time is Central European Time.

Electricity and Water

The sockets correspond to the European norm, the voltage is 220 V, 50 Hz – Euro-adaptors are therefore not necessary.
The tap water in Croatia is subject to strict standards and regularly tested. It is drinkable and must not be boiled beforehand.


Pharmacies have a green cross and are called „ljekarna“.

The Climate

Coastal areas enjoy Mediterranean weather. May to September are the warmest months with an average water temperature of 25°C. The weather from October to May is generally pleasant, however it can become a little cold during the night.


Permission must be sought at the local harbour master’s office before diving with oxygen tanks. Harpooning with oxygen tank equipment is strictly forbidden!


Fishing in the sea in Croatia is allowed. Permission to fish applies only with regard to inland waters.