Nature enthusiasts will enjoy a visit to Tar-Vabriga, though all guests will undoubtedly appreciate the beaches, restaurants and camping. Visitors who travel to this relaxing, welcoming and seaside city can discover its spas, cycling and live music.
- There are 6 Tar-Vabriga hotels
- July is the most expensive month to travel here, whereas April is the most economical
- Closest major airport is in Pula (PUY), 31.3 mi (50.4 km) from the city centre
Sightseeing around Tar-Vabriga
- Top activities include camping and cycling, whereas Karpinjan Beach, Aquapark Istralandia, and Aquacolors Porec are great sights to visit
- Known for its live music scene, whereas KuK Marine Museum, Rigo Patrician Palace, and Lapidarium Museum are some local cultural sights
- The the sea, beaches and parks provide a picturesque setting, and places to consider visiting are Lanterna Beach, Baredine Cave, and Spadici Beach
Staying in Tar-Vabriga
With 32 hotels and other accommodations to choose from in Tar-Vabriga, you'll find holiday getaways at affordable rates. There are 5 hotels ranging from GBP 63 to GBP 232 per night.
Consider the following top-rated traditional hotels for your family trip or any other travel plans:
- Naturist Resort Solaris
- Valamar Club Tamaris
You might like one of these traveller-recommended, smaller hotels and specialty properties for a charming or stylish getaway:
- Mobile Homes Lanterna
- Valamar Tamaris Villas
Naturist Resort Solaris, a favourite with Expedia travellers, has a 4.6 out of 5 user rating. Also highly rated by guests are Valamar Club Tamaris and Mobile Homes Lanterna.
Dressing for Tar-Vabriga
- Between January and March, you can expect the daytime average to be around 14°C and the nighttime average to be 2°C
- From April to June, temperatures average about 26°C during the day and 7°C at night
- July to September averages 28°C during the day and 15°C at night
- Between October and December, the average temperature is 21°C during the day and 4°C at night
- Average annual rainfall for Tar-Vabriga is 34 millimetres