Dominate the holiday season with a stay in Dominjanici
If you are on vacation in Croatia, a visit to Domijanici village is a great idea. Located in the Istrian countryside, the area exudes a traditional simplicity whilst simultaneously forming a home for a frankly incredible array of attractions that span centuries at a time. One of this is the Arena at Pula. Only few minutes from the village of Domijanici, this well-preserved Roman relic amazes tourists due to its strong presence, still dominating the city centuries later. The architecture in Pula is predominantly Roman and the turrets of its castle are still in place, adding to the authenticity of the structure. The city walls too are well worth a look. Constructed by Roman general, the walls have eroded somewhat, losing much of their dramatic impact. The rocks are still engraved with Roman numerals however, thus giving an enticing insight into the past.
Wind down after a hard day's sightseeing with a Domijanici holiday
Depending on your taste, architecture too can be quite interesting and a great way to understand the culture of your destination. Near the village of Domijanici is the Church of Our Lady of the Sea. It is a few minutes’ drive away from the village centre and it is full of Greco-roman architecture and stained glass that has spanned centuries. Moreover, if you need more convincing of the architectural treasures that are in this village, you can visit the Triumphal Arch of Sergius. It was erected in honor of a Roman general Sergius who won a great battle on the ground of Domijanici during the Roman era. A tour around the village's many sights can be quite exhausting, so be sure to take it easy with a relaxing meal in one of our luxurious Domijanici holiday rentals. Watching the sun set from the balcony of your Domijanici apartments is the perfect way to wind down after a hard day's sight-seeing.
Holidays in Domijanici – a feast for the eyes
Another visual attraction that you can visit is the Town Hall. The forty foot ceilings are riddled with artwork and ornate decorations. There are so many artistic creations hidden away in even the tiniest nooks and crannies here, that it may well be worth your while returning to this location for a second time to see if you can spot anything you may have overlooked the first time around. The town hall is also collection to a home of important artifacts from the Roman era – a perfect way to spend an afternoon if the sights in Pula and in the town centre have whetted your appetite for this golden era of civilisation. It may be possible to organise a guided tour of this impressive structure accompanied by capable multilingual guides. For more information, enquire at the local tourist office. You'll be overwhlemed by the amount of culture on display during your Domijanici vacation. Be sure to take advantage of the quiet time in the Domijanici villas and aparmtents – the perfect way to recharge your batteries and really take in the beauty of this Istrian village.
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