Magnolia is known as a symbol of beauty and wealth and that is exactly what we offer in our apartments.
You'll afford yourself a real vacation if you get away from everyday noise and stress and get into an oasis of peace that you can only find in the countryside and the seaside is just 7 minutes away. The center of Porec is also 5 minutes away.
Salvia apartment has air conditioning ,Internet, insect screen, TV, satellite TV, electric kettle, coffee maker, 2 single beds in the bedroom (90 x 200) which optionally can be joined, and one single bed in living room and a sofa bed (160 x 200). Number of maximum person in app. is 3. The current price is for two people. Each additional person will be charged extra.
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Istria is a peninsula that has a wonderful mixture of green and blue countryside. It is joined up into an ideal whole, where its outer side is lapped by the sea, and its interior is peppered with green hills, castles, vineyards and charming scenes. Any account about Istria’s natural beauty and sites of interest must start with its National Park that it has reason to be proud of. The Brijuni islands are famous for being one of the most attractive and well preserved archipelagos in the Mediterranean, with 14 islets scattered on the south western coast of Istria. All of Istria’s corners have their own story and are unique, and there are sites the length of the entire peninsula that are definitely worth visiting, researching and experiencing. But some areas, due to their diverse and unique flora and fauna, deserve special status as protected natural areas. There are six forest parks, nine protected areas of countryside (five botanical, one zoological, three geog-morphological and one geological natural monument), and two monuments of park architecture in Istria. Istria has the UK mountain range in the east, which is the highest point in Istria, the Motovun woods and the Lim Channel in the centre, and the coast that is surrounded by crystal clear sea in the west. The whole of Istria is witness to the valuable and interesting work of nature and man who have always lived together in harmony. Istria’s natural beauty is just a part of life here, which continues with the rich history and numerous localities that have seen the passing of the turbulent centuries, rulers, and changes, from the Histri to the Roman times and up until today. Then there is the culture that has always been an important element in this area, the Istrian people and their traditions that they have even kept today, as well as a whole range of other details and events that Istria warmly offers its visitors.