NP Brijuni

Brijuni National Park is one of eight national parks in Croatia and is located on the Brijuni Islands, a group of 14 small islands off the western coast of Istria. The park covers an area of approximately 7 square miles and features a unique combination of natural beauty, historical landmarks and cultural heritage.

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The Brijuni Islands have a rich history, having been inhabited since the prehistoric era. The islands were also used as a summer residence by Yugoslav President Tito, who hosted numerous heads of state and celebrities on the islands during his time in power. Today, visitors to the park can explore the many historical landmarks on the islands, including ancient Roman ruins, medieval churches and Tito’s former residence, which has been converted into a museum.

The park is also home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, including over 600 species of plants and numerous animal species, such as deer, elephants, giraffes and peacocks.

In addition to its natural and historical attractions, Brijuni National Park is also known for its cultural events and activities. The park hosts numerous concerts, the atrical performances, and other cultural events throughout the year, providing visitors with a unique opportunity to experience the rich cultural heritage of the region.

Tour type: half-day tour

Duration: 4 – 8 hours

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