Wednesday, June 12, 2013


Poreč is one of the most Northerly towns on the Istrian peninsula and this is where we kicked off our road-trip along the long narrow strip that makes up the coast of Croatia. The town is almost 2000 years old and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997, so it's a beautiful stroll along cobble stone pathways and ancient buildings. Not much as far as food personality or atmosphere, so we didn't mind that our time there was relatively short ;) 

We bought wine in plastic bottles from this wine vendor next to the road
- not half bad, and quite the alternative to a water stop!

It may sound cliche, but the water really is crystal clear.

Winding alleys and cobble streets in Poreč town.

After an un-inspired search for a non-touristy restaurant, we settled on buying fresh ingredientsand cooking for ourselves. 
The white anchovies in this dish were delicious! 

Poreč is a harbour town.

Having yet another Espresso the kick the day off.

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