Book a Hrboki holiday right now and enjoy the Istrian sunshine!
If your idea of a holiday is to get away to a laid back village then you should think of heading to Istria, in Croatia, and staying in some of the Hrboki apartments. Hrboki is a village that lies in Barban, Istria and can give you many vistas for enjoyment as well as activities. Staying in Hrboki villas can give you a huge opportunity to explore places in Barban. This municipality is known for attractions like beaches, monuments and churches. Barban is best known for its history that dates back to the 13th century. This wonderful settlement lies in eastern Istria and can be best explored on foot. So put on your walking shoes and go around this medieval settlement. It also encompasses more than 70 villages and very quaint hamlets, so you can have yourself a good time simply walking around and taking in its many sights and attractions. There are plenty of local festivals that you can enjoy while you are here.
Visit the remains of the antique city on holiday in Hrboki
While staying in Hrboki accommodation, you can explore the regions churches and there are plenty of them too. For instance, the Romanesque churches of Holy Virgin Mary of the Valley, St. Anthony the Abbot and St. James of the Apostle are very different from the county Church of St. Nicholas, which is constructed in the Baroque style. There are plenty of monuments and ancient remains that can be seen when you travel around Hrboki and the nearby regions in Barban. Staying in Hrboki holiday rentals will also give you a chance to visit the remains of the antique city walls and the remains of the citadel that dates back to the mediaeval times. There is also the church in Puntera, which is worth a visit.
Be a good sport and book a Hrboki vacation
Art and artworks are also something that you can take in when you stay in Hrboki villa rentals. For instance, the Church of St. James the Apostle has frescoes dating back to the 15th century. There is also the painting on the roof and walls in the Church of St. Anthony the Abbot. The altars in the Church of St. Nicholas date back to 1544. This church also has a stone tabernacle that dates back to the 15th century. You can also visit the region and check out its rather popular game called Trkanaprstenac. For some other kinds of sports, you can use the time that you spend in Hrboki holiday homes to enjoy water sports and hiking too. There are well marked trails for mountain biking. Alternatively, you can take the cycling paths along the coast and enjoy the beautiful sight of the azure waters and pristine sand.
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