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With a mission to enliven every guest’s stay, each Maistra Collection property offers its own experience, story, and dimension of Istria.
Maistra Camping offers a holiday full of experiences in the wonderful natural surroundings of Rovinj and Vrsar.
Rovinj, the pearl of Istria, offers a revitalising experience through discovering the local culture, enjoying local dishes in some of the finest restaurants, and exploring Mediterranean nature. Our hotels provide a perfect hub for this.
A picturesque fishing town with more than 2,000 years of rich historical heritage, Vrsar is a place of unique, serene beauty recognised by those seeking to relax on its clean coast, as well as those seeking excitement along its biking and hiking trails.
Zagreb is a Central European city known for its rich cultural heritage, natural beauty and modern lifestyle; a city whose unique story fascinates its visitors.
Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic, encircled by medieval walls and towers, is surrounded by the crystal clear Adriatic Sea and is the most popular tourist destination in Croatia, the tourist star of the region.
Istria is a unique destination full of breathtaking, green, and hilly landscapes with numerous vineyards, olive groves and soil which hides the famous Istrian truffles. It has a beautiful, indented coastline with crystal-clear water and scenic medieval towns that make the inland as charming as the coast.
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Join us as we run through the most intriguing locations, and then book your stay in Dubrovnik.
Known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik has become one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world. Climb Mount Srđ and see why
The city of Dubrovnik is a popular tourist destination for countless Hollywood actors, singers, athletes, fashion icons and royalty.
See the beauty of the Istrian coast on a boat trip to wonderful Lim Bay, where you’ll enjoy stunning nature, spectacular views, and freshly prepared sea specialities. Book a cruise of Lim Bay, with swimming, snacks, a glass of wine and a lunch featuring local specialties included in the price.
Visit Golden Cape forest park. Also known as Punta Corrente, the Golden Cape is one of the most significant nature parks in the northeast Adriatic. Only a 15-minute walk from the centre of Rovinj and spreading over an area of 52 hectares, the forest park hides a world of unbelievable diversity, numerous plant species and deep shade that provides cool shelter during the long summer days.
Swimming off secluded beaches of the Rovinj archipelago, sailing to Lim Bay, and a day trip to the Brijuni Islands on a 24-metre yacht. Regardless of what your ideal day at sea looks like, contact the concierge with confidence and they will help you choose the perfect yacht.
Dubrovnik’s city walls are considered one of the largest and best-preserved medieval fortification systems. The city walls of Dubrovnik that surround the old city centre were built as a defence system. Today, they are one of the most popular attractions in Dubrovnik, as well as the best-known Dubrovnik monument protected by UNESCO.
The Festivity of St Blaise is the most important event for the city of Dubrovnik and its residents. It is a day of celebration and appreciation of the patron saint who, according to legend, appeared during the invasion of the Venetians and helped the folk of Dubrovnik defend their city. The festivity includes a series of events, the most prominent of which is a procession carrying the relics of St Blaise through the city while the people touch them with reverence. The Festivity of St Blaise was pronounced intangible world heritage by UNESCO, which, together with the city walls, has put Dubrovnik on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
Istria is much more than the home of the white truffle, blue sea and the greenest olive oil in the world. It is also the place of numerous historical sites, monuments from classical antiquity, medieval towns and many other testaments of a rich history thousands of years long. Explore them accompanied by professional local guides.
In the central part of the Istrian peninsula, right below the medieval town of Motovun, lies the Mirna river valley, surrounded by Motovun Forest. Deep in the ground of this forest, there’s a hidden treasure – the Istrian truffle! Would you like to find it?
This southernmost city in Croatia is famous not only for its many monuments, its rich tradition and cultural heritage but also for its amazing beaches and crystal-clear sea that leaves an unforgettable impression on every visitor
Reborn. The word encapsulates the feeling we would like you to take as a souvenir from Istria. A reborn mind and body on a holiday full of different experiences! One of the experiences that guarantees the ultimate sensation of the Istrian lifestyle is fine dining. Get comfortable and explore the innovative Istrian cuisine at restaurants such as Cap Aureo, Tekka by Lone, Wine Vault, French-inspired Adriatic, Agli Amici, and others.
A very special museum – the Museum of Broken Relationships What is special about this popular Zagreb attraction is the fact that the exhibits are anonymous donations provided by disappointed lovers from all over the world. The story dates back to 1973. Head over heels in love, Vlado made a box out of matches when he was in the military, and engraved his name, the name of his beloved wife Jelka, and the date of their wedding onto it. Unfortunately, love didn’t last. After 25 years of married life, the two of them divorced. Jelka decided to surprise her ex-husband for their would-be silver wedding anniversary and sent him half a cake decorated with the number 25. Their sons ate the first half of the cake with her and the other half with their surprised father and his new wife. All that was left were memories, a broken heart and the small box.
Did you know that Istria has many small wineries that have won numerous awards on a global stage? These are boutique wineries that make thousands of bottles of top-quality wines in a unique terroir, present only in Croatia. Start exploring the wine roads of northwest Istria and enjoy selected wines from the prize-winning Kozlović, Benvenuti, Matošević and Kabola wineries.
Enjoy luxuriant nature in the immediate vicinity of Zagreb. Visit Medvednica Nature Park and get to know its beauties. As nature awakens in spring, the wish to spend more time outdoors grows. Many of you must be thinking about where to spend your next active weekend. We suggest Medvednica Nature Park. Enjoy luxuriant nature in the immediate vicinity of Zagreb. The nature park covers an area of 17,938 ha across Mount Medvednica, on Zagreb’s doorstep. The beauty of this place and the vicinity of the capital make the nature park a popular Croatian day-trip destination.
Zagreb offers an array of interesting destinations – set off and see the capital’s surrounding area. There are many unique locations surrounding the city of Zagreb, such as Mount Medvednica, the stunning Plitvice National Park and Trakošćan Castle. Set off on a day trip from Zagreb. If you love the city, but you’d also like to get to know the surrounding area – no worries. Just ask the friendly hotel staff for more information. They’ll be more than happy to share their tips on what to visit, where and when. There are many unique locations surrounding the city of Zagreb, such as Mount Medvednica, the stunning Plitvice National Park and Trakošćan Castle.
If this is your first visit to Rovinj, get ready, because it might knock you off your feet. Apart from the old town centre, the Church of St Euphemia, the elegant hotels and the Lungomare Plaza Promenade, Rovinj’s incredible beaches will leave you breathless. There are plenty to choose from and whichever one you pick, you can’t go wrong. However, a little effort might be necessary to reach some of them, but it’s worth it if you want to grab your own piece of paradise on Earth. Hire a speedboat with an experienced local skipper and discover the most popular secluded beaches in Rovinj. It’ll be worth your while!
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Enjoy an oasis of calm and solitude in one of the many parks in Zagreb. Can you guess how many parks there are in Zagreb and what is their total area? According to the latest official data, the capital of Croatia boasts 33 tended parks, covering more than 400,000 square metres. If one were to count all the green areas in this city, the number would be much higher, as Zagreb is often referred to as the Green City. In almost every corner of this city, there’s a secluded oasis of greenery and calm that you can sneak into on hot summer days or where you can take a relaxing walk on a romantic evening. If we had to present only the most memorable parks of Zagreb, the list would include these five. Let’s take it from the top!
In the summertime, Dubrovnik and its entire Riviera is one of the most popular tourist destinations on our coast, and with good reason.
As “the Pearl of the Adriatic”, the city of Dubrovnik attracts many tourists who enjoy the many cultural and historical monuments, as well as the local cuisine and a host of things to see and do in beautiful surroundings that create a magical ambience in any season.
Visit the Zagreb Observatory in the Upper Town. If you’re interested in stargazing, make sure you visit a very special place in Zagreb – the Zagreb Observatory in the Upper Town, at the top of Opatička Street, in the Priest’s Tower. According to legend, the goddess Hera sent a giant crab to distract Hercules in his fight against the nine-headed snake, the Hydra. The crab pinched Hercules on the heel, but he managed to crush it and kill the Hydra. In a fit of anger, Hera sent the crab into the skies forever more. This is believed to be the genesis of the Cancer constellation. It is known for the pale light of its stars. Why is that? The crab is ashamed of his defeat and he’s trying to hide from view. Even though this is just a myth, the story is pretty interesting. Cancer is one of 13 Zodiac constellations – a part of the visible sky where the sun, the moon and most of the planets of the solar system seem to move. And what are constellations? According to their definition, constellations are imaginary shapes in the sky, groups of stars linked to one another by imaginary lines.
The most popular dance of Dubrovnik, the linđo, is a special type of intangible cultural heritage of Dubrovnik, characterised by a stringed instrument called a lijerica, and dancing in pairs to entertaining jigs.
Olive oil in Istria is always regarded with a deep feeling of reverence and an understanding that the finest olive oil could not be produced here without the interplay of the microclimate, soil quality, human care and attention, and a thousand-year-old tradition. For an authentic experience, taste the best Istrian olive oils in taverns owned by famous olive oil makers, who will tell you all about the rules of pairing different varieties of olive oil with well-known delicacies.