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29.3. - 30.4.2016

Treat yourself with a unique spring gastronomic rhapsody available from fourteen restaurants in Labin area. Each restaurant offers two menus with asparagus and two menus with cuttlefish. Asparagus (called šparuge in the Istrian dialect) are known as the queen of Istrian forests and covert and the main ingredient of spring menu: from classic scrambled eggs (fritaja), traditional meat delicacies such as Istrian prosciutto with homemade pasta -pljukanci or fuži ​​, to modern snacks - muffins with asparagus. Adriatic cuttlefish is caught in late winter and early spring, near a rocky coast, and the most famous specialty is the black cuttlefish risotto. Two-course menu is available from 80 kn, and the three course menu is 120 kn. Each menu includes a glass of wine. Days of Asparagus and Cuttlefish are jointly organized by Labin-Rabac Tourist Board and the Craftsmen Association of Labin.

 

May in Labin and Rabac

May in Labin and Rabac

Voga Teleferika, Rabac, May 8, The 11th Labin Republic Sailing Cruiser Regatta, Rabac, May 13 - 15, Valamar Terra Magica, Rabac – Labin, May 21 - 22, Family Vacation at Renewed Hotel Hedera*** Rabac, Spring Sea Delights, Sage Trail - Skitača

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How to reach us

How to reach us

The Istrian peninsula 'terra magica' lies on the Adriatic sea which is the closest warm sea to the heart of Europe. Rabac, 'The Pearl of the Kvarner Bay', is situated on the eastern part of the peninsula where the green of the pines and the Mediterranean

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Accommodation

Accommodation

For all information and other conditions concerning your accommodation in Rabac and Labin, please contact directly hotels, apartments and campings listed on our web pages. If you are looking for private accommodation you may contact directly the house own

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Rabac

Today, Rabac is a well-known tourist resort. By the middle of the 19th century, it was a small fishermen village with hardly ten houses...

Labin

The medieval town of Labin is situated on the hill above Rabac. Its old name of Albona was first mentioned in 285 AD...