Poreč and its coasts are one of the most famous and most visited tourist areas on the Adriatic. The city of Poreč is one of the main tourist centers of Croatia, located on the west coast of Istria. The peninsula on which the old town core of Poreč is located was inhabited even 6,000 years ago. The old town itself is a unique cultural monument. The sacral complex of Euphrasiana with a basilica and bishopric from the 6th century stands out, among the most valuable Byzantine buildings in the world. The mosaics used to paint the interior and facade of the church are among the most beautiful preserved works of Byzantine art.
In the vicinity of Poreč there is a renovated stone house with an area of 82 m2, which consists of a ground floor, a first floor and a roof. On the ground floor there is a kitchen with a dining room and a living room together, a bathroom, a pantry, a tavern and a terrace. Internal stairs lead to the first floor. There is one bedroom each on the first floor and in the attic. Exterior carpentry and a new bathroom were installed on the house in 2018. The house is heated with a pellet stove and air conditioning. On the plot of 250 m2, there is an auxiliary building of 27 m2, which can be converted into a studio. The auxiliary building consists of a large room, where there is a kitchen with a fireplace and a bathroom. There is also a 25 m2 garage on the plot. The house is 7 km away from the clear sea and the first beaches. Due to its excellent location and proximity to the sea, the property is suitable for a quiet family life or for tourism.