Make a holiday apartment in Rabac City your home away from home
The city of Rabac draws thousands of tourists every year thanks to its beautiful beaches, lovely warm climate and delicious seafood. Holiday accommodation in Rabac City comes in many forms and there are always options for visitors travelling in different group sizes and having different budgets. The most readily available mode of housing in Rabac City are holiday apartments, which are available with varying features and facilities. Given the warm climate, air-conditioned apartments in Rabac City are an obvious choice for most travellers as are seafront Rabac City apartments. Holidaymakers can also find pet-friendly holiday accommodation, as well as accommodation with Internet access.
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Things to do
-Eating out: There are a number of excellent restaurants close to most Rabac City apartments where tourists can enjoy local seafood delicacies. Among the more popular of these is Ristorante Nostrimo, known for its cordial atmosphere besides finger-liking tuna entrees. Popular Italian dishes are also served here.
-Old town: On the hill above Rabac City is the medieval town of Labin which is well worth a visit. It is encircled by a fortification that dates back to the 16th century. This, along with the town’s narrow streets and ancient bell towers are pointers to the town’s rich cultural heritage.
-Caves: The Istria region is known for the caves of Pazin which are found in the heart of the Istrian peninsula. So struck was the famous author Jules Verne by the beauty of these geological features that he included them in one of his novels. And breathtaking they are indeed, with the waters of the Pazincica River passing through them.
-Beach: The picturesque beaches of the Istria region, including the enchanting Ravni Beach are less than 3km from most Rabac City holiday homes. Whether you want to lounge on soft sands enjoying the sight of the Adriatic Sea or if you want to explore the rock formations at the edge of the waters, you can do it there. The beauty is that these beaches hardly ever get too crowded.
-The Pula Arena: While visitors are in Istria, it would be a shame for them to leave without clapping eyes on the remains of the Roman-built coliseum in Pula. This structure, whose construction began in 27BC, took almost a century to build. It has undergone extensive restoration over the years and is one of Croatia’s best preserved monuments.
Weather in Rabac City
Rabac enjoys the distinctive warm weather typical of locales found near the Mediterranean. The city enjoys 6 months of warm weather between May and October, meaning a prolonged tourist season that lasts well beyond summer. The hottest days are in July and August when temperatures average about 29°C. The warm weather persists into autumn with temperatures only dropping into the teens in November. January is Rabac’s coolest month, but even then temperatures stay well above freezing.
Travel to Rabac City
Less than 20 miles from Rabac City is the Pula Airport, the main airport serving not only the Istria region of Croatia, but parts of Slovenia and Italy. Seasonal flights to this airport are available from most European cities aboard commercial airlines. Private charters also land in this facility. Both taxis and public buses provide transport to and from the airport.
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