Fažana is a small old picturesque fishing village, located just two kilometers from the Pineta campsite. Situated not far from ancient Pula, with the magical islands of Brijuni National Park nearby, Fažana is one of the pearls of the western coast of the largest Adriatic peninsula of Istria. The rich cultural heritage of the Istrian peninsula was emphasized by buildings from almost all epochs of human culture. The town of Fažana dates from the 12th century, which can be seen in various architecturally interesting buildings, villas and residences. The nearby ancient town of Pula, which is the largest tourist, historical and cultural center of Istria is also worth visiting. The city is rich in historical sites, and the ancient amphitheater - the 6th largest ancient amphitheater in the world - is a major tourist attraction. In addition to Pula, there are world-renowned pearls of tourism, the city of Rovinj, which is the epitome of one of the most beautiful cities in the Mediterranean, and the city of Poreč, which boasts the Euphrasian Basilica listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Istrian folk music is also included in the list of protected intangible heritage. The Istrian interior is characterized by unspoiled nature, vast vineyards and preserved old towns on hills like Motovun or Svetivincenat. Istria is considered one of the capitals of Croatian gastronomy, where indigenous wine varieties are especially emphasized: white malvasia and red teran. Many old stone houses have today been converted for agritourism. There you can try traditional Istrian dishes, taste the world-famous Istrian truffles and prized olive oil.