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£89 per night
Apartment ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
Štinjan, Općina Pula, Croatia
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Resort Štinjan
£51 per night
Resort ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Štinjan, Općina Pula, Croatia
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Apartment Štinjan
£42 per night
Apartment ∙ 5 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Štinjan, Općina Pula, Croatia
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House Štinjan
£198 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms
Štinjan, Općina Pula, Croatia
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Apartment Štinjan
£37 per night
Apartment ∙ 6 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
5.0/5.0 "Excellent"
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Štinjan, Općina Pula, Croatia
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Apartment Štinjan
£50 per night
Apartment ∙ 3 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Štinjan, Općina Pula, Croatia
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Apartment Štinjan
£53 per night
Apartment ∙ 5 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
4.0/5.0 "Very good"
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Štinjan, Općina Pula, Croatia
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Apartment Štinjan
£39 per night
Apartment ∙ 3 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Štinjan, Općina Pula, Croatia
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Welcome to Stinjan

Explore Stinjan

Lately, Croatia seems to have bloomed into a trendy, must-see country and the small town of Stinjan, situated near the city of Pula, is very much worthy of a fun, quick-stop getaway. Once an old Roman town, it is located in the hills and valleys above the unique northern shore of Pula bay.

About Stinjan

During the time when it was occupied by Romans, Stinjan was better known as “Astiniaum”; Some of the remains of this time can still be found, such as the Roman baths and a wool mill.

Where to Stay

Where to Stay

As tourism in trendy Croatia started growing significantly, so did the number and types of accommodation available throughout the country. Stinjan is no exception to the rule and has grown more and more in terms of holiday accommodation in order to fit and please all tourists. The most common and easy to find private accommodation is divided between apartments and villas, some belonging to locals and some which are already turned into a full business. As this old Roman town is not big, anything located in Stinjan is well enough located for visiting and exploring. Obviously, tourists should book their accommodation with the aim to take as much advantage as they can of the wonderful views of the bay, valleys and hills. As an alternative, nearby Pula is a much bigger town which offers an even larger choice of accommodation. It is only 5 kilometres away for those who would also like to see the sites of Stinjan.

Things to do

Things to do

Stinjan is very rich in nature. Therefore most of the things to do are nature related, such as hiking through the hills and valleys and diving into the blue water of the bay. The main beach, “Stinjan Cove”, is a great example of how thick pine woods and crystal clear water blend together to create a magical natural scene. Quite surprisingly, this small town is also very rich when it comes to culture. Stinjan was once a Roman town named “Astiniaum” and luckily some remains of the Roman way of life are still in tact and can be visited. The biggest remains are those of a typical Roman sauna, which still has the iconic mosaic floors, and also an old wool mill that is quite large in size. Other must-sees at Stinjan are the main-square of “Štinjanska placa”, the church of Saint Margaret - who is the patron saint of the city – and the Cristo fortress.

Eating and Drinking

Eating and Drinking

The best time to visit Stinjan is the summertime, not only because of the sunny and inviting weather it boasts but also for tasting and enjoying the fresh local cuisine served at a number of festivals. Usually, during summertime the most important festival that takes place is “Truffle Days”. This gastronomic event happens all over Istria – the peninsula where Stinjan and Pula are located – for several days. During “Truffle Days” visitors can taste the gem of the peninsula – truffles – which are mainly used in gourmet cuisine because of their high prices. Truffles are not easy to find or grow and that makes them the sought-after delicacy they are. A wide selection of dishes made with local truffles can be tasted all year round, including pljukanci, fuži and also some meat dishes. Local restaurants also offer other high-quality dishes which are very much worth trying while visiting Stinjan.

Getting Around

Getting Around

Given that Stinjan can easily be seen by foot in one day, or maybe two at a stretch, visitors should take the chance to visit the surrounding areas. Pula is just 5 kilometres away and is really worth visiting. Pula has a main bus station close to the arena, with 3 most important bus lines that connect the city to nearby tourist accommodation. For those who prefer to visit Pula by foot, it is a very good alternative as you will avoid the traffic jams. To get there, catching a bus will be the best option. Another option are the Hop on Hop off buses which are available close to the arena and those are always very popular among visitors. Surrounding Stinjan there are islands such as Kozad, which are well worth visiting – for this visitors should take a taxi boat. For those who want more independence, renting a car and going on a road trip along Croatia’s shore could be a great adventure.

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