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    • Parking
    • Open-air barbecue

    • To the sea, cca: 550 m
    • To the beach, cca: 550 m
    • To the centar, cca: 500 m
    • To the grocery store, cca: 500 m
    • To the restaurant, cca: 500 m
    • To the bank, cca: 500 m
    • To the post, cca: 500 m
    • To the doctor, cca: 500 m

    • To the local bus station, cca:cca 450 m
    • To the main bus station, cca: 5 km, Labin
    • To the airport, cca: 45 km, Pula
    • To the ferry port, cca: 25 km, Brestova
    • To the railway station, cca: 45 km, Pula

    • Pebbly beach
    • Stone-paved and stone beach
    • Sunshades and deck chairs can be rented on the beach
    • International award "Blue flag"

    • Sports and recreational centerin in the vicinity the accommodation complex
    • Tennis courts
    • Rental of tennis equipment
    • Table tennis
    • Minigolf
    • Aqua park
    • Banana ride
    • Speedboat with parachute
    • Motorboats for rent
    • Sea canoe and sea bycicle can be rented
    • Rent a bike
    • Rent a moped
    • Rent a car
    • Diving center (school of diving, equipment rental)
    • Tennis school
    • Swimming school for chlidren
    • Walking and jogging trails
    • Bicycle trails
    • Paintball
    • Disco
    • Live music-in the season












Today, Rabac is a well-known tourist resort. By the middle of the 19th century, it was a small fishermen village with hardly ten houses. Due to the beautiful bay and splendid, tame surroundings, it soon attracted first visitors. In 1876, Richard Francis Burton, an English writer and a passionate traveler, was among the first tourists who stayed in Rabac. Having seen Rabac and other places on the Istrian coast, he wrote a book of the same title 'The Istrian coast', describing, among other things, the beauties and charm of Rabac. At that time Rabac witnessed the building of the first villas. The most well-known was the villa belonging to the Prohaska family, Czechs by origin, who were distinguished tradesmen from Rijeka. Unfortunately, the villa was destroyed during the Second World War, but one of the most attractive locations in Rabac still bears the name of Prohaska.


The medieval town of Labin is situated on the hill above Rabac. Its old name of Albona was first mentioned in 285 AD. The birthplace of Matthias Flacius Illyricus, the reformer and collaborator of Martin Luther, it is a cultural and administrative center today. The rich cultural and architectural heritage of Labin is enlivened by number of art ateliers and by the bustling youth gathering in the coffee bars scattered around the old town. The Sculpture Park in nearby Dubrova features over 70 forma viva stone sculptures.

After a walk through the narrow streets of the Old Town, pay a visit to the Town Museum with its archaeological and unique in this part of Europe, a miniature coal mine. Have a look at the Memorial collection of Matthias Flacius Illyricus, peek into the art ateliers, enjoy the view of Rabac and Cres island from the Fortica or pop into the small, elegant shops and take refreshments on one of the terraces of the local coffee bars.