Istria is the largest Croatian peninsula located in the North Adriatic, with a favorable geographical position and good transport connections with the rest of Croatia and other European countries. Istria is a recognized location due to the exceptional beauty of nature, clear sea, excellent and rich gastronomic offer, hunting opportunities, but also Istrian tradition and history that is very similar to Venetian culture. In addition, the mild Mediterranean climate and the average amount of sunshine of 2,388 hours per year, makes it an attractive holiday destination all year round.
Istria can be reached by air; Pula Airport offers a large number of scheduled flights and charter flights. In addition, in the area of Istria, there is a smaller airport in Vrsar, and nearby are the airports in Rijeka and Trieste. There are also permanent and seasonal ferry lines, and it is possible to get there from Zagreb or Ljubljana by train. However, most visitors come by car due to extremely good road connections.
The interest of foreign clients is not slowing down for years, on the contrary, thanks to the potential that investing in Istrian real estate offers, the demand of small and large European entrepreneurs is growing.
From the point of view of real estate, Istria is a specific market. For buyers of real estate in Istria, the view of the sea is not so much important as the beauty of the surroundings and the quality of the real estate itself. Houses in the interior of Istria are in great demand and have great value. Houses, as well as apartments, are bought for life throughout the year, but in many cases for their own vacation and are seen as a kind of investment, with the intention of further rent in order to achieve a quick return on investment. A modern and contemporary house in a quiet location in the interior of Istria, surrounded by nature, makes an unmistakable investment, whether for life, vacation or as a further investment.