Private accommodation - Apartments L & P


Welcome to Fažana!



If you want to spend a peaceful family vacation, you should consider visiting Fažana in the vicinity of Pula. It is located by the sea opposite the Brijuni islands. Endowed with the natural attractions such as the deep blue sea with numerous beaches and the Mediterranean air, Fažana has become a famous tourist destination where numerous cultural and musical events as well as folk festivals are held, the most famous is the pilchard festivity.


Fažana is situated 5 kilometers from the city of Pula which is undoubtedly the center of all the events in Istria during summer. Pula is located in the southern part of the istrian peninsula. Besides its long tradition of wine production, fishing trade and shipbuilding, Pula hosts many ancient monuments, including the preserved magnificent amphitheater.



The Brijuni islands situated opposite Fažana, were declared a National Park of Croatia in 1983. With a total area of 2700 hectares the Brijuni encompass 14 islands of which the largest are Veliki and Mali Brijun islands. Mediterranean and submediterranean vegetation stretches all over the islands offering tourists an atmosphere of unspoilt nature. In the Bay of Verige there are several archeological sites worth seeing . Among these are two ancient Roman villa remains from the 2nd century BC and on the west coast the remains of a Byzantine Palace and St. Mary’s Church dating back to the 6th century.


What we can offer!

Free wi-fi

We have a whole house and yard covered with wi-fi.

Parking is provided

Free parking in front of the house. Just leave your car in the yard and enjoy your vacation.

Everything is nearby

The city center is just a 5-minute walk away, and all facilities are within a short walking distance.

Air conditioning

The apartment has air conditioning. The use of air conditioning is included in the price.

Sun and holiday

With an average of 2,600 sunny hours a year, the Adriatic coast is one of the sunniest in the Mediterranean

Friendly staff

With an average of 2,600 sunny hours a year, the Adriatic coast is one of the sunniest in the Mediterranean

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