Located on the western coast of Istria, the port of Port in Croatia is a popular stop for cruise chartres. The ancient town is renowned for its stunning architecture and rich cultural heritage, with attractions like the 6th-century Euphrasian Basilica, the Roman Forum, and the medieval city walls. Visitors can also enjoy the beautiful beaches and crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea, as well as indulge in delicious local cuisine and wines at the various restaurants and taverns. Porec is a must-visit destination for any cruise itinerary in Croatia.
Town's Episcopal Complex of the Basilica is a Unesco World Heritage site.
Decumanus Maximus street features a Gothic Palace from 1473, the Baroque Palace Sincic from 1719, Zucato Palace, and the Romanic House dating back to the 13th century.
Marafor Square (Trg Marafor) is where a Roman forum was once situated. Parts of two temples – to Neptune and Mars – can still be seen here.
Porec also has a sweet waterfront promenade, a Motodrom, an Aquacolors Water Park and a small offshore island of Sveti Nikola.
As for beaches, the city beach is not far from old town, beach Delfin is in the green lagoon, and Sandy Beach Lanterna is worth it to name a few.
10 kilometers from Porec is Baredine Cave, the most beautiful stalactite cave in Istria with countless stalactites and stalagmites.