Gargamelo

Dalmatinska 10, Porec, 52440, Croatia
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The Gothic palace.The Gothic palace.

Tower and wall-buildings alongsideTower and wall-buildings alongside

Rounded ornamental windowsRounded ornamental windows

Side of church rebuilt after 1140 earthquakeSide of church rebuilt after 1140 earthquake

Forum Posts

HOTEL DELFIN

by carpetmick

GOING TO CROATIA IN AUGUST,STOPPING AT THE HOTEL DELFIN,WOULD WELCOME ANY OPINIONS ON HOTEL AND GENERAL TIPS FOR THE SURROUNDING AREA.

RE: HOTEL DELFIN

by kat24

which city??

RE: RE: HOTEL DELFIN

by EllenH

I think Porec would be a good guess :)

RE: HOTEL DELFIN

by diocletianvs

I stayed in Hotel Delfin back in year 2000. It is a huge hotel (800 rooms or so), situated in Zelena Laguna resort, few kilometres south of Porec. The resort itself offers everything from sports to beaches, shopping to nightlife. There is a small train that connects it with Porec.

Hotel is quite old, but well kept. I had a room with a sea view and it was spacious, clean and with a balcony (no a/c though). Hotel has several restaurants, all offering huge buffets. There is a pool and the usual shopping/services utilities of the big hotel. Beach is right in front of the hotel.

If you don't mind staying in a huge hotel built in the 1970s, where you really feel as being part of the tourist "industry", go there.

Travel Tips for Porec

IF YOU WOULD WANT TO SEND ME A POSTCARD...

by eden_teuling

THIS IS WHAT YOU HAVE TO LOOK FOR....

small yellow mail boxes, here twins, one for abroad....

You will see plenty of them but.....you won't be able to read what is on them because you wouldn't know the language perhaps.....

Just trust them .....I did and it worked...

Interesting houses in Poreč

by JLBG

The superb house (first photo) with three cusped windows is located not far from the roman temples. Its style is looking like the late Venetian gothic, but more simple and looking more modern. It might have been built later, ''on the model of''.

This amazing house (second photo) is not far, neither, from the Roman temples. It has not the same great looking than the previous one but seems really pleasant to live in, in a quiet part of the city, but so close from the busy center.

I do not think that the architecture of this typical Istrian stone house of a very classical feature has anything particular (third photo), but the low-angle of the sunlight gave it a very strong character and I HAD to take this picture !

Not far from the Roman temples, stands a strict style house (fourth photo) which seems to have been built in the late 19th or the early 20th century. Nothing fancy, but certainly a nice and quiet place to have a drink.

COFFEE SHOPS

by eden_teuling

THERE ARE LOTS OF COFFEE SHOPS IN POREC, TAR AND AT THE MANY TOURIST COMPLEXES!

Many of them are beautifully decorated and have attractive summer terraces.

Espresso, cappuccino, various soft drinks and alcoholic beverages, sandwiches and pastries are served!

Along with good music and a cosy atmosphere they are perfect places for gathering or just getting away for a while from the summer heat!

Ever seen the very young grapes in huge bunches hanging on the lavishly green vines, contrasting so wonderfully with that special RED SOIL , not yet thinned-out??

The great sea cucumber is back !

by JLBG

This is another mysterious art work ! If we had been in Belgium, I would have identified it as a beer pump. In Porec, I would bet again for a sea cucumber, Holoturia tubulosa. It has now given up playing with a Frisbee, is standing, trying to juggle with a deckchair

Euphrasius Tower and Baptistery

by BruceDunning

The bell tower is well worth the trek up to the top for the view of the town. It was built in the 16t5h century. It is not very tall, at maybe 150 feet, and the steps are okay, but narrow. The octagon baptistery was build in the 6th century along with the basilica at that time. It has had some damage from weather and ravage over the years, but still maintains its original shape.

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