Here you can find special price for the OFFICIAL Valamar Trail accommodation.
Rabac, Valamar Resort, 28.-30.9.2018.
Valamar hotel Miramar 3*/Allegro 3*
Double room, half board = 26,00 €
Single room (1 person), half board = 31,00 €
Prices are per person and night.
Residence tax and VAT are included in the price.
Children from 0 to 1,99 years with 2 adults in a room, on a spare bed = FREE OF CHARGE
Children from 2 to 11,99 years with 2 adults in a room, on a spare bed = 50% discount
Children from 2 to 11,99 years with 1 adult in a room = 30% discount
Prices are valid for the period of 28.-30.9.2018. If you would like to book a longer stay, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to check the availability.
Check-in is from 14.00 on arrival day and check-out until 10.00 on departure day.
Time of board meals: buffet breakfast from 7.00 – 10.00, buffet dinner 19.00 – 21.00 h.
Parking is free of charge.
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TRANSFERS ON REQUEST
We offer transfers from airports to Rabac and back.
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HOW TO GET TO RABAC
Traveling by plane:
The closest airports are:
- Venice ITL http://www.veniceairport.it/en/
- Trieste ITL http://www.aeroporto.fvg.it/en/home/index.htm
- Ljubljana SLO http://www.lju-airport.si/en/Main
- Zagreb CRO http://www.zagreb-airport.hr/home
- Pula CRO http://www.airport-pula.hr/default.aspx?id=65
- Rijeka CRO http://www.rijeka-airport.hr/index_eng.asp
Traveling by bus:
There are not many bus lines to Rabac, only some from Zagreb (via Rijeka).
Bus station Zagreb: http://www.akz.hr/default.aspx?id=260
Note: you have to take bus for Labin! Labin is a city 5 km from Rabac. Form Labin to Rabac take local bus line: http://www.rabac-labin.com/en/8-local-bus-time-table
Traveling by car:
If you are coming from the north (direction Ljubljana – Koper), you have to pass the border at KAŠTEL – Dragonja or PLOVANIJA – Šečovlje to enter the Istria region, take fast road to Labin and in Labin direction to Rabac.
If you are coming from the east (direction Zagreb or Split) take the road towards Rijeka. Pass the Učka tunnel and take first exit LABIN. Drive towards Labin and forward to Rabac.
If you are coming from south (direction Pula) take the local road to Labin (follow the signs).
Rent a car is a good option if you are planning to stay longer and explore Istria by yourself.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT IN RABAC
Rabac is a small town and doesn’t have public transport. The only possible is from Labin and back. There are local buses: http://www.rabac-labin.com/en/8-local-bus-time-table
CROSSING THE BORDER
In most cases, the only form of ID required is a valid passport. And if you’re an EU or US citizen, you can also use your national ID card. Croatian customs regulations are almost entirely in harmony with EU standards.
All aliens who are holders of valid Schengen documents, as well as national visas and residence permits of Bulgaria, Cyprus, and Romania do not require an additional (Croatian) visa for Croatia.
Aliens who are holders of:
- uniform visa (C) for two or multiple entries, valid for all Schengen Area Member States;
- visa with limited territorial validity (LTV visa),for two or multiple entries, issued to the holder of a travel document that is not recognised by one or more, but not all of the Schengen Area Member States, and which is valid for the territory of the Member States recognising the travel document;
- long-stay visa (D) for stays exceeding three months, issued by one of the Schengen Area Member State;
- residence permitissued by one of the Schengen Area Member State;
- national visas for two or multiple entries and residence permits of Bulgaria, listed in Annex I of the DecisionNo 565/2014/EU;
- national visas for two or multiple entries and residence permits of Cyprus, listed in Annex III of the DecisionNo 565/2014/EU;
- national visas for two or multiple entries and residence permits of Romania, listed in Annex IV of the DecisionNo 565/2014/EU;
do not require a visa for transit or intended stays in the territory of Croatia not exceeding 90 days in any 180-day period.
Aliens who require a visa for Croatia can fill out the visa application form on-line at crovisa.mvep.hr (available in English, Russian, Ukrainian, Albanian, and Turkish language). Printed and filled out application form along with other required documents should be submitted to the competent Croatian Embassy/Consulate or visa centre or through an accredited tourist agency.
Welcome to Istria!
This heart-shaped world and the largest peninsula of the Adriatic Sea lies on the 45th parallel emphasizing its idyllic geographical position with perfectly arranged seasons – lush greenery springs, colourful autumns, pleasant summers and mild winters.
Istria is indeed a feast for the eyes. Its streams flow to the sea through deep valleys which bring to mind the ancient local myths about giants. The view is splendid: white-topped mountains, lush wheat fields, valleys, vineyards and olive groves on hillsides, and, finally the sea.
As you get to know Istria you will notice more and more enchanting details: church facades and portals, tiny village with their specific architectural touches…
Location: The westernmost county of the Republic of Croatia, the largest peninsula of the Adriatic
Area: 2,820 km²
Population: 206,344 inhabitants
Croatia is a small country with beautiful nature, interesting tradition, rich cultural heritage and diverse gastronomy.
The Croatian national territory totals 56.594 km² with 31.479 km² of coastal waters for sailing, swimming and diving.
Croatia occupies the largest area of the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea which is a part of the Mediterranean Sea. The narrow Dinara Mountain Range separates the country’s Mediterranean region from its central European continental section. And if the beauty of such landscapes weren’t enough, here’s a refreshing piece of news: tap water is drinkable across all of Croatia.
Croatia in numbers:
- around 4 million inhabitants
- 1244 islands
- 3278 km of coastline
- 1831 m highest peak (Dinara)
- 8 national parks: Brijuni, Kornati, Krka, Mljet, Paklenica, Plitvice Lakes, Risnjak and North Velebit.
Currency: the national currency is the KUNA (kn), with one kuna equal to 100 lipas.
You can exchange money at any of the country’s banks, bureaux de change, post offices and at almost all travel agents, hotels and campsites. The majority of establishments and ATMs will also accept credit cards such as Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Diners, etc.
Power supply: 220V
Call number: +385 (00385)
Time zone: GMT +01:00
Climate: Croatia enjoys three different climates. The coast has a pleasant Mediterranean climate with a high number of days of sunshine per year. Summers are hot and dry and winters are mild and wet. Temperatures drop slightly as you move inland, where the climate is continental and moderate. Once you climb above 1,200 m, you’ll be greeted with fresh mountain air and temperatures around 13 ºC in the summer months.
UNESCO destinations in Croatia:
- Diocletian’s Palace and medieval Split
- Jacob’s Cathedral in Šibenik
- Plitvice Lakes National Park
- Historical nucleus of Trogir
- Early-Christian complex of the Euphrasius Basilica in Poreč
- Dubrovnik Old Town – town nucleus
- Starigrad Field on the island of Hvar
Curiosity related to Croatia: Tie is a Croatian invention from the 17th century. The biggest tie in the world, 808 meters long, was tied around Arena, Pula’s amphitheatre.
Famous athletes: Janica and Ivica Kostelić, Blanka Vlašić, Krešimir Ćosić, Mate Parlov, Dražen Petrović, Toni Kukoč, Goran Ivanišević, Matija Ljubek, Ivano Balić, Davor Šuker, Slaven Bilić