Rakalj is a small town with about 17 km of coastline, on the west bank of the Rasa Bay on the southeast coast of Istria, 12 km northeast of Marcana and 25 km from Pula. First mentioned in the year 1190th, was once known for traditional Istrian ceramic whose tradition was revived again for tourist purposes, and for sailors and fishermen. Visitors he (the baroque church built in the 18th century, ruins Rakalj) because of its cultural and historical sites and ethnographic collections in the house of the scientist and writer Mijo Mirkovic (Mate Balota) are located, attractive. Old Rakalj is located close to the sea, on a hill in the Raska bay. Next to the ruins of Old Rakalj is the Church of the Holy Agneze from the year 1495th From here you have a beautiful view over the valley of the river Rasa and the countless fields, mostly covered with sage and immortelle. The town and surrounding area are rich in flora and fauna, and therefore they are suitable for walks and hunting, there is a tendency of rural tourism. Rakalj gives you pleasure in a wonderful preserve environment and the sea, the sun and tranquility away from the crowds, and save numerous beaches (1, 5 km from the house), hidden from the eyes of the people, give you the feeling of Intimate and freedom. One can enjoy the outdoors, thanks to the many bike paths, and the many footpaths. The evenings can be spent beside the roaring fire of the fireplace. The delights of this region can be tasted in the restaurant "Sveti Mikula". While you are in Rakalj do not miss the tourist destination Pula, Rovinj, Umag and Porec to visit.
Other Activities: bowling, soccer, diving
Golf: Brijuni National Park.
The Croatian Adriatic heart-shaped peninsula of Istria, is located in Central Europe to the Mediterranean next. Of them by crossing 45 Latitude determines the favorable geographical location - just distributed four seasons, spring lush, green, purple autumn, pleasant summers and mild winters ... The 537-km long coastline with numerous bays, peninsulas and small islands surrounded by crystal clear sea, which invites to Step Into. And the green hinterland has a diverse wealth hidden: medieval town-fortresses on the hills, fields and meadows, hills and valleys, vineyards and olive groves ... You will discover all these charms with Marvel when you invade from the sea into the heart of the peninsula. You should not forget to try Istria ... Traditional gourmet cuisine consisting of fresh fruits of nature and the sea welcome you!
Make sure to visit Pula, the biggest town of Istria. Pula is rich with cultural monuments of Roman architecture: the amphitheater, the Arch of Sergijevaca from the 1st Century BC, the Herkulas door and double door, the temple of August, the small Roman theater in the city center, the starting place forum ..... In addition to the cultural monuments Pula is also known for its numerous smaller islands and bays, crystal clear sea and beautiful beaches.