Rabac Travel Guide

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Rabac Things to Do

  • Harbour

    Rabac has very nice small harbour with surprisingly clear blue water and even tiny beach. It is full of boats and definitely worth some photo :)

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  • Mass on Sunday

    If you are used to go to the church on Sundays, visit small church on the main promenade. There is Mass in several languages. When its sunny it is held outside so you will see many people gathered before the church.

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  • Harbour Area

    In an evening the harbour and promenade area is a good place to sit with a drink in your hand and admire the view. Many of the locals (and some tourists) like nothing better than to have an evening stroll. This is a good place just to sit and watch the world go by.There are a few restaurants, bars and ice creams parlours to sit in and relax. The...

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Rabac Restaurants

  • Where not to eat

    Hmm.... however the meal was tasty, the portions were so small that I was still feeling hungry after eating my risotto. And however the staff was nice, they were too slooooooooow! I wouldn't go there for second time, definitely.

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  • Restaurant

    However the restaurant presents itself with "pizza" signs, when we ordered pizzas, they haven't any. So we finally ended with spagetti :)Staff is very polite and the meal was tasty. If they had that pizza, they would get one green square more :)

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  • Delicious Pizzas

    The restaurant is located on the main promenade of the resort and offers sea views while you eat. There is a terrific selection of pizzas on offer at the restaurant with something to suit vegetarians as well as meat eaters. I always enjoy pizzas with chicken on them.

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Rabac Transportation

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    by frankyboy5 Written Jan 31, 2006

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    HOW TO REACH RABAC

    From West Europe: by motorway from Venice or Udine to Trieste ( Italy ).
    From Trieste to Koper in Slovenia ( 10 km ) over a border crossing Škofije ,
    then further to the border crossing between Slovenia and Croatia .
    From Buzet over Lupoglav and Voziliæi to Labin and Rabac.
    From Central Europe: by motorway to Villach, through the Karawanken tunnel to Ljubljana
    and Koper nad further to Buzet. From Buzet over Lupoglav and Voziliæi to Labin and Rabac.

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Rabac What to Pack

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    by swetluska Updated Aug 19, 2007

    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: For sure take some shoes to the water because there are sharp stones and sea urchins. It is also handy for beaches because many people still prefer "taking" rather than "sharing" and you can find broken glass as well as cigarette ends on the beaches.
    You can also buy very practical shoes on the main promenade, the price is around 50 KN.

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Rabac Off The Beaten Path

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    by murfee88 Written Jun 29, 2005

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    We were advised to take the bus from Rabac up to old part of Labin (note: bus runs every two hours). After having a look round the old town and having a cooling beer the way back was down a track in the mountain. The start is near the bus stop at the bottom of old Labin. It's well signed so should find it easily. The descent can be steep and tricky so is not advised for anyone who has mobility difficulties. Take water as you can get hot even though you are shaded by trees.
    It takes about an hour to do the full trip but is worth it for both the exercise and the scenery. Next time I fancy doing it the other way round, climb up, have several beers and then take the bus down!

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Rabac Sports & Outdoors

  • Beach/sea activities

    You can rent boats or motorbikes, children can enjoy water trampoline. Also parachuting from the boats available. I like the most pedal boats in the shape of funny yellow cars.

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  • Pedalling Like Mad

    Feeling in an energetic mood we decided to hire a pedalo and admire the views of the area from the water. We were pedalling out when we happened to find a rope to catch the blades on. Fortunately we found a knight in shining armour to come to our rescue! On the main beach you can hire the pedaloes for an hour. It isn't too expensive.

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  • Make your own postcard

    Bored by ordinery postcards? Then make your own one! On the main promenade there is one stand where they will make a photo of you and the sea behind, you chose one of the layouts and get an original postcards.Price is 25 KN.

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  • Tropic - The best cocktail bar :)

    There are too many favourite things to list. It's the whole package for me; the people, sights, amazing beaches, even the nightlife, I'm biased it's my home town :DI'd like to recommend a great cocktail bar though - Tropic. Reasonable prices, great service and even better view; what more could you ask for? :) Just being there and inhaling all of...

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  • Hospitality

    The first port of call on a trip to Rabac would be to the ice cream parlour. I am afraid that if I have one great weakness it is ice cream. In Rabac I found my paradise with lots of different flavours on offer. Over the course of the hoilday I had to sample them all of course. As well as excelling in icecream they also served some of the best...

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