Labin Rabac Tourist Board is a member of the European Route of Industrial Heritage

ERIH, a network of around 1850 sites across 47 countries in Europe, is Europe's foremost tourism network of industrial network of industrial heritage sites and visitor attractions. The backbone of the system is made up of Anchor Points - the most important and attractive tourist sites which tell the story of Europe's industrial history. Associated with these Anchor Points are Regional Routes, through which can be discovered the industrial history of these landscapes in more detail, and European Theme Routes, which show the diversity of Europe's industrial history and its common roots.

Visit www.erih.net for more details.

 

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April in Labin and Rabac

April in Labin and Rabac

Labin Krafi for Easter, Labin Goddess Sentona, Interesting Facts about Matthias Flacius Illyricus, Labin Shaft Restored, 100 Miles of Istria

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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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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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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...