Looking for a Croatian getway? Look no further than Bratulici!
Whenever the holiday season is close people start wondering where to spend their vacation. On the eastern side of Istria tourist are being introduced to a new form of vacationing known as agro-tourism. This type of tourism allows you to experience the charm of nature and enjoy the beauty and peace of mother earth. Bratulići is a village that is twenty kilometers from the capital city. Many tourist enjoying a vacation in Bratulici travel to Pula to enjoy meals made from ingredients that have been grown locally, but for those who are a dab hand in the kitchen or for those who prefer a quieter break, there's barely a reason to leave the village at all. In fact, with all of the fab facilities on hand in your Bratulici holiday home, there's a strong temptation not to leave the house at all! Perhaps our list of things to do will encourage to to get out and about and explore this great town.
Fresh air, beautiful scenery and mouthwatering food – a villa holiday in Bratulici is truly a feast for the senses
A holiday in this Istrian village is like a breath of fresh air. Free of the stresses of city life, after a few minutes in this dreamy destination, you will feel a weight lift from your shoulders. The few small taverns and restaurants in the area use local produce to prepare food for their visitors. Whilst there are without a doubt more choices to be found in Pula, there are still many exotic dishes that a person can sample during their vacation in Bratulici. People who have been to Bratulići say that the local cuisine is truly scrumptious. After enjoying a delicious meal you can wash it down with some crisp local white wine – simply delightful. If you've opted to spend your summer vacation in one of the Bratulici villas, why not enjoy a meal on the terraces as the sun sets in to the glistening Adriatic and the fresh air blows by.
History fans should visit nearby Pula – a mere hop, skip and a jump from the Bratulici apartments
While staying at Bratulići holiday rentals you can visit the quiet and intimate bay in order relax, take walks or swim. Pula is the economic and cultural city of Istria and is – luckily for you – also located close to the accommodation in Bratulici. The historic city of Pula has been in existence for a very long time and is a great destination for those who wish to find out more about the country’s history. The main attraction in Pula is an amphitheater called Arena Pula that dates back to the first century. You can also visit Double Door which was built in the second century, the Augusto’s Temple, Hercules’ Door, Triumphal Arch of Sergians and the ruins of The Small Roman Theatre. The Istrian village offers you a unique experience that lets you reconnect with nature. Book today to enjoy a fabulous Croatian getaway!
If a vacation in Bratulici is not quite what you're looking for, try some of these for size.
- In the nearby Buje villas you're in for a fun, thrills and laughter thanks to the incredible Istrian hospitality.
- Moving a little bit further away, you'll love the scenery on a Hungarian vacation in the Central Danube Region.
- Finally, for something completely different, give one of our Swiss chalets in Fribourg a whirl. You won't regret it!