Tar-Vabriga little city of only 1.990 inhabitants. Only 11 km from Porec. There is situated Villa Santa Marina, holiday Four Star villa which is not just another villa in a series of Istrian villas . Located on one of the most interesting locations in Istria. Located only 800m from the sea, Villa Santa Marina from every corner has unforgettable view of the forest and green area around her , also because of villas distance from the city , noise and lighting , smooth you can enjoy the sky full of stars and chirping crickets concert .Villa Santa Marina is an ideal vacation spot for those looking for a real relaxing holiday far away from the mass tourism . The villa comprises of 3 furnished and individually decorated rooms , and large outdoor swimming pool 40m2 .Picturesque environment of the villa , to wake up with a unique view of the hills surrounded by green area , absolute isolation and the rest from the city bustle , and the special attention we pay to the needs of our guests , certainly guarantee a pleasant and unforgettable holiday.Guests have at their disposal childrens' playground, volleyball and football on the sand.Accommodation offered in three double en suite bedrooms, Exta beds are in sleeping rooms not in living room. Villa have a spacious living room. It is equipped with another dining area and kitchen, a beautiful private pool and a covered outdoor terrace. At your disposal are dishwasher, oven, satellite TV, DVD, CD player, air conditioning and a Large swimming pool.The outdoor terrace is covered, equipped with table and chairs, deck chairs and barbecue for relaxing evenings. Wi-Fi is free. For complete relaxation guests can use the beatiful jacuzzi, free of charge.Fenced garden and private parking provide an intimate of your holiday where you can enjoy outside the city routine. The place is perfect for families with children and couples looking for relaxation in peace and unspoiled nature.Pets are wellcome!!!!!!Porec is a town situated on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula. This town was given the title of the most visited destination in Istria. The population is predominantly involved in tourism, then in trade, architecture and agriculture. The first inhabitants on the peninsula which contains the town core were the Illyrians. The old town core is often referred to as a cultural monument because of the rough and long history. The town keeps numerous historical monuments which you can visit : Eufrasian basilica (the most valuable cultural monument of this town, built in the middle of the 6th century on the foundations of an earlier aisled basilica), Northern fort (built in the 15th century, in gothic style, located at the beginning of the Decumanus street, at the entrance to the old town core), Kanonika (finished in 1251, the most precious example of the romantic architecture), medieval walls (built from 12th-16th century), Marafor ( the biggest roman sanctuary in Istria, built in the 1st century), romantic house (from the 13th century), Neptune temple, round tower (built in the second half of the 15th century) as well as numerous other monuments. Porec is famous for its natural beauties, as well: Baredine pit (6km from Porec, suitable for tourist visits, can be explored up to 60m of depth), Marko’s pit (located on 100 meters above sea level and contains a rich fauna), Pincin pit (zoological natural monument, a natural phenomenon located on the south east of Porec) and a group of trees around the church of St. Ana near Cervar (botanical monument, a group of nine old oak trees, two cedar trees, hackberry tree and pine tree and two pyramidal cypress trees).