At the southern end of the Istrian peninsula, 11 kilometres from the antique pearl – the city of Pula, very close to Brijuni Islands, on the plain 135 metres above sea level, lies the city of Vodnjan (Dignano). Set only 2 kilometres away from the coast, it is famous for its excellent wine, olives and hospitality ever since the antique period, when the town was called Vicus Atinianum.

The Brijuni Islands are, together with Pula and Vodnjan, among the most attractive Mediterranean destinations for an active holiday. This results from their wonderful nature and rich history, cultural diversity and exquisite food, well-managed infrastructure and excellent sea and air transport connections with many European cities.