Porec Travel Guide
Porec Local History
This town originated as an ancient Roman settlement in the 2nd century, passed through many rulers-the Goths, the Byzantines, the Franks and ended up a Venetian possession. The city had to survive Roman persecution of the Church, maurading pirates, plague- to name but a few hardships! Amazing remains are to be found of all these influences in this harbour town.
Porec Restaurants and Bars
Try oysters cultivated at nearby Vrsar or one of the many popular dishes Venetian influences , such as a mussel and rice Rizot. Or Italian Gnocchi washed down with a Cabernet from a local vineyard. Croatians love their wine and have turned wine drinking into a social art.
Nono - Zagreback, 4- pizza gourmet's heaven! If you want the best this is where to find it between noon and midnight; well worth the fight to get in.
Istra - 30 Milanovica- Traditional hearty meals served from 11am to midnight, a firm favourite with the locals.
Kool Ilva - Obala M Tita 1a- Enjoy a scenic 40km drive to Vrsar for lunch or dinner between noon and midnight. The exellent truffle and fish dishes are worth the trip.
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