Jakići Dolinji holidays - the beating heart of the Istrian region
As nature and history go, very few places can come close to the splendours of Istria and, therefore, you must think of heading there to enjoy a holiday with a difference. Jakići Dolinji holiday rentals can make your stay in Istria, Croatia a wonderful memory for a lifetime. This little village falls in the municipality of Saint Lovrec. Staying in Jakići Dolinji accommodation will give you an opportunity to enjoy the wonderful vistas of Sveti Lovrec. This beautiful hill town has views that span olive groves, vineyards and the big blue sea yonder as well. Imaging opening your windows of your Jakići Dolinji apartments and being able to take in diverse views like this! Sveti Lovrec sits atop a hill and is a charming little town.
Explore Red Istria on a vacation in Jakici Dolinji
The history of this town goes back to prehistoric times when it was founded. Evidence of its rich and varied history can be found in the town walls and the churches. In fact, Sveti Lovrec is known as the city of nine towers and so one can well imagine how this city looked in the ancient times. The very comfortable Jakići Dolinji villas can accommodate almost any preference from your side depending on the budget you have and the size of your travel group so choose from the available options and then set about exploring even more of the Sveti Lovrec region. Considering that Sveti Lovrec is part of the red Istria region, known for its vineyards and olive trees, you should make time and space in your tummy for the many local delights, as far as food goes. You will enjoy the local wines and wonderful dishes too.
Great Jakici Dolinji holidays for a unique perspective on architecture
In case you want to enjoy the beach, then Sveti Lovrec is just a few miles from the coast. Staying in Jakići Dolinji villa rentals is also an opportunity to enjoy at least 5 main churches in Sveti Lovrec. Start with the 16th century Church of St Lucy or Sv. Lucija and go through the churches of St. Lawrence, St. Martin, St. Dorligo and St. Blaz. Each of them will give you a unique perspective on architecture and reason why they are famous. For instance, while staying in Jakići Dolinji holiday homes you can explore the frescoes of the church of Sv. Blaz. This church goes back to 1460. The Basilica of St. Martin is known for the relics of St. Victor and St. Corona which lie in a sarcophagus. The Church of St. Lawrence is named for the patron of the town and has a mammoth bell tower to go along with its structure.
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