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Brijuni


Brijuni archipelago is an attractive group of islands near Istrian Peninsula, with the main island Veli Brijun - Croatia´s National Park open to visitors.

As well as areas of stunning natural beauty, the Brijuni Islands boast numerous historical and cultural areas, including archaeological sites, settlements and ruins, as well as a handful of hotels and luxurious villas.

The islands are rich in natural beauties, flora and fauna brought here from various parts of the world. On Brijuni there is an attractive archaeological site called the Byzantine castrum and luxurious Roman villa, Ethnographic collection, Collection of frescoes, Archaeological Museum and Natural history exhibit.

Having a mild Mediterranean climate, lots of sun and warm weather, plenty of humidity creating a rich vegetation, the islands guarantee an extremely pleasant stay. The average air temperature in winter is 6,3 °C., in spring 12,2 °C., summer 22,2 °C. and autumn 14,8 °C.The sea temperature in summer is from 22 to 25 °C.