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Rabac is a cheerful seaside resort, located on Istria’s east coast, overlooking the Kvarner Bay. Moreover, it is twinned with the nearby medeival hilltop town of Labin. Rabac started out as a simple fishing village, but nowadays it is a modest tourist destination with big modern resort hotels. Several of these are all-inclusive and cater specifically for families with kids. The hotels and pebble beaches are connnected to the old village by a boardwalk.

Rabac & Labin – Things to See & Do

  • Firstly, hike up to Labin, following the lovely two-mile Sentona Trail.
  • After that, wander through Labin’s medeival cobbled alleys, and see the Venetian-era loggia, the ruined fortress, and old church.
  • Secondly, join a sea kayaking tour with Rabac-based Four Elements.
  • Alternatively, go scuba diving with Girandella Diving.
  • Or visit Dubrova Sculpture Park, near Labin, to see over 70 works in stone.
  • To sum up, dine on local specialties – seafood, truffles and homemade pasta – at Nostromo in Rabac.

Marinas and Anchorages

  • Rabac harbor provides anchorages and berths in the port.