Rabac is a resort town in the municipality of Albona, in the Istrian region ( Istria is the north-westernmost region of Croatia ) .It is located along the Kvarner Bay, near Labin.19th century, Rabac was a small fishing village with only a few house numbers.
Due to the beautiful bay and picturesque area, it is soon visited by the first excursionists
A resort center on the east coast of Istria, 50 km from Pula Airport, which became popular back in the 60s and 70s. Rabac is a suitable place for lovers of water sports and outdoor activities.
the coastline is dotted with picturesque bays and underwater caves. Pebble beaches are located along the Kvarner Bay, and are marked with the Blue Flags for crystal clearness.
Today Rabac is a popular tourist destination and offers a diverse range of gastronomy, boat trips and sports activities. There are stone and pebble beaches in the village.
Access : Coordinates: 45.078056, 14.161667 / The best way to get to Rabac is to fly to Pula International Airport and then use land transportation to cover the 50 km that separate Pula and Rabac. Transfer can be booked at the time of booking, or use the intercity bus service (it connects all the major cities of Croatia) or a taxi
- An earlier known guest of Rabac was the English travel writer Richard Francis Burton, who stayed in Rabac in 1876
- The beaches of Rabac : The beaches here are considered one of the best in Croatia and the best on the Istrian peninsula,The beaches of Rabac are small and coarse-grained, small and cozy.
- Rabac Festival, an electronic music festival, takes place in the city every year.
Activities : sightseeing / photo opportunities / trekking,There is an educational trail between Labin and Rabac, a tourist trail 423 and 424 goes together.
Go next : Motovun : a popular hilltop town in Istria, a peninsula of Croatia. / Porec : on the Adriatic coast of Croatia in the region of Istria.