Brijuni Islands, Rovinj
Categories: Islands, National Parks, Nature & Parks
Once a lavish residence of Yugoslavian president Tito, Brijuni Islands offer nature trails with exotic imported plants, archeological finds, and lots of history. See remnants of Bronze Age settlements that date back to the 14th century BCE, and encounter former Byzantine, Roman, and Templar structures. Tour the site to learn about its vibrant transformation from a poor, malaria-infested settlement in the 19th century to one of the world's most valued resorts of the 20th century. Visit Tito's property and browse his personal effects. Outdoor buffs and would-be paleontologists can explore hundreds of dinosaur footprints that have been discovered throughout the islands. Use our Rovinj trip builder to add Brijuni Islands and other attractions to your Rovinj vacation plans.
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Mooi natuur. we zijn hier om 10:00 met de veerdienst naar toe gekomen. was wat druk maar je kon zitten in de boot zelf. we hebben gelezen dat je met een trein het eiland word rond gereden maar dat ook... read more »Beautiful nature. We are here at 10:00 with the ferry service to come. was some pressure but you could sit in the boat itself. We have read that you drove around the island with a train word but also for a few euro a bike for hire and so itself and trip. This have also done so and I can definitely recommend. the nature on the island is really brilliant, many reptiles (we have 3 hoses see hang out) really great. the Zoo is really a bit of a shame but yes we are maybe our standards and is used where everything nicely. the div on countesses of div Roman time is if you find interstand look beautiful to see, it's possible in life how they used to be there had a Rufus resort is great. If we come back in and take a along the swimming stuff with it.show original
We found a private boat from Fazana who took us on a panorama tour around the park and then we spent the afternoon swimming on one of the small islands. That island is a little bit secluded, with noth... read more »
We visited Brijuni island and caught the official ferry over there from Fazana. We didn't want a guide but still had to pay the same as people who did elect to have a guide (20 kuna pp). Very unfair a... read more »
I've been here some 25 years ago and still have vivid memories of this historic island and rich past.liked that ride through safari park, visit at Titos white villa etc...I would recommend to everyone to visit in sommertime.My best regards to miss Bertanjoli...
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