Labin is a city located in the eastern part of Istria and is the largest city in the municipality of Labin. It is located on a hill overlooking the Kvarner Bay and the island of Cres. Labin has a long and interesting history that dates back to Roman times. In the 19th century, Labin became an important mining center due to the rich coal deposits in the area, and the town's industrial heritage it is still visible today. The city hosts several cultural events throughout the year, including the Labin Art Republic, a summer festival featuring live music, theater performances and art exhibitions. In addition to cultural sights, Labin is a great destination for outdoor activities, with hiking and biking trails in the surrounding hills and beaches on the nearby coast.
In the vicinity of the city there is a construction plot of 1300 m2. All infrastructure is next to the plot. The plot is located in a quiet location, next to a side asphalted road. It is surrounded by greenery. It is 6 km from the town of Labin, and 11 km from the tourist town of Rabac, known for its clear sea and pebble beaches.