Porec was established as a Roman colony, which is evident at every turn. Romanesque architecture, Venetian Gothic palace, basilica of Euphrasius built in the Byzantine style, five-angled and round tower will not leave anyone indifferent. The town of Porec is a recipient of numerous awards and recognitions in tourism, therefore, not surprisingly many call it the capital of Croatian tourism. The town of Porec has a sports appearance, and many professional athletes and amateurs visit Porec and use all of its sporting facilities. Numerous historical figures like Maria Theresia, Karlo Stephan and Karl Ludwig stayed in Porec as tourists, in that time, precisely in the year 1895. opened the first public beach in Porec called “Bagno Parentino”. Those were the beginnings of tourism in Porec, which has been developing as a tourist destination ever since. Porec currently has sixteen apartment complexes, thirteen campsites, thirty hotels and a large number of private rooms, apartments and houses for rent, around 95 000 accommodation units for holidays which is an impressive figure. Marina “Cervar porat” and the marina" Porec "will please with its modern equipment all sailors who want to stay here. Funtana is a small town that boasts with a long tradition of fishing and agriculture. Today Funtana, due to its natural beauty is increasingly turning to tourism. Funtana is located between the tourist towns of Vrsar and Porec, on the coastline that stretches from the Green Lagoon Valkanela in the west to the south. Nearby Funtana there are many olive groves, fields, meadows and oak and pine forests. Tourist boom in Funtana have begun in Sixties, when a range of hotels and campsites and a large number of private rooms and apartment houses were built. Funtana has won numerous tourism awards, out of which perhaps the most important is when it was declared "the most tourist small town on the Adriatic." Good conditions for the athletes and the rich offer of bars restaurants and taverns make this place an ideal holiday destination. Located at the mouth of the Lim bay Vrsar was first developed as a place on the hill and only later spread to the coast. It is surrounded by islands and rocks: Figarolica, Lakal, Salamon, Zavata, Galiner, St. George,Longa, Gusti Skolj, Tuf, Galopon, Koversada, Orlandin guaranteeing many memorable moments of enjoyment in the natural beauty for each guest who visit Vrsar. Significant historical and cultural heritage, accommodation in hotels, apartments and camping sites, rich gastronomy and friendly people will surely be reasons to visit, and to return to Vrsar. From Porec and Vrsar you can easily visit Pula, Medulin and Rabac. You can go on a trip to Rijeka, the largest city in the northern Adriatic. Nearby you can find marina Rovinj with a great offer of boats for rent. You can find more about Rovinj on http://www.rovinj-riviera.eu/en/index.html. You can also find a great offer of apartments in Istria.