Laguna Park Porec| Half-Board | 10 days | 20/09/2015 | A warm Mediterranean climate, unspoilt rugged scenery, pretty towns and excellent value for money have established Croatia holidays as an extremely popular option. With a scenic coastline (one of the finest in the world) washed by the sparkling waters of the Adriatic, Roman ruins steeped in history, charming old towns where visitors are welcomed with open arms and freshly caught delicious seafood; Croatia is a treat for all senses. We stay in picturesque Porec, with its awe-inspiring sights, stone-cobbled streets and delightful harbour. But there's more to this Istrian holiday hotspot than bobbing boats, a cathedral and the narrow, paved alleyways that wind their way through the Venetian houses. There's the Euphrasian Basilica, with its fabulous mosaics, and 15 Blue Flag beaches! In the evening, Porec comes into its own. Restaurants and bars light up like fireflies around the town. After dinner you can enjoy anything from jazz concerts to big-beat club tunes; or, you can just sip a cooling cocktail as you watch the sun disappear over the horizon. In terms of postcard-pretty settings, Porec is it...!
The self contained hotel Laguna Park is situated in quiet surroundings only a short journey from the resort of Porec. This is the perfect choice for families looking for a host of facilities to keep everyone occupied throughout their holiday to Porec whether that be relaxing by the pool or for the more energetic the water slides and many sporting facilities on offer and all this only a stone throw from the beach.
About Rovinj: Built in the style of a walled, Italian hill village, an extremely narrow cobbled street climbs steeply to the hilltop church of St Euphemia. This main street, carved with steps for medieval pack-mule transport, is lined with art galleries and shops that sell local specialities like truffles, wines and grappa. The views are spectacular across the azure waters of the Adriatic. The harbour is crowded with pleasure boats, full of character and colour; there is a great charm to this town. About Opatija: By the early 20th century, Opatija had become one of the great fashionable resorts of Europe, flooded with royalty, aristocracy and the wealthy. Today, Opatija keeps a dignified air in its period hotels, though the town also has plenty of lively appeal. About Pula: Pula is renowned for its magnificent monuments from the Roman era and has one of the best preserved amphitheatres in existence.
Return coach travel; short sea crossings; 9 night’s hotel accommodation; 9 buffet breakfasts; 7 dinners; excursions and inclusions as stated. Admissions are not included unless stated.
General: Passport required for this holiday. Travel insurance required for this holiday. We offer a competitively priced insurance policy for this holiday. Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing; Single room supplements apply: £120. For the latest prices and offers visit us in store, online or call our travel experts. ‘Board’ and ‘Board Basis’ refers to mainstay hotel.