Discover our authentic local tourist providers and be inspired by our rich natural and cultural heritage. Take a walk in our backyard 🙂
N estled between the Adriatic Sea and Karst ridge you will find Istria, a peninsula which spans across three countries. Despite being the crossroads of three nationalities, Slovenians, Croatians and Italians, Istrians were always known as being wild, stubborn and strong. The remoteness of this hilly peninsula stood in the draught of nations means that is has: urban coastal areas, secret medieval villages perched on hills which spectacular views over hilly Istria, magical nature and picturesque cultural heritage, which dictates the culinary diversity of Istria.
Experience the place where salt is made, or the smallest city in the world. Together we’ll look for truffles or uncover where the largest clock in the world is hidden. Taste chocolate, wine, salty prosciutto and pasta all made by hands of our local tourist providers. Discover authentic Istria. Experience a part of Istrian traditions over the years in your own way. Find natural pearls, get to know the customs, try a part of the tradition with a spectacular view and rest your eyes, mind and soul. Feel, taste, experience IstraTerra.
"Cooking, cuisine and wine connect people. After all the walking, we felt energized and immediately rolled up our sleeves. The facilities were great, because everyone was able to find something to do or at least observe the others. The food was delicious, the wine was excellent and the accordion music was just icing on the cake!”
"Thank you for showing us an example of innovative practice. This is something that is badly needed in Slovenia. Sadly, some non-governmental organizations, mayors, directors of municipal administrations, ministries and other policy creators are still afraid of anything reminiscent of socialism. This is why they fail to realize that an active and connected community is how things get done!"
"I have nothing but great things to say about the trip and the team that organized it. Our group was particularly interested in the region’s landscape and autochthonous aspects. We returned home rich with new ideas and experiences. We also had a great time socializing and getting to know out fellow travelers."