House Peršić is an attached but independent holiday house situated in the centre of Rabac, the pearl of the Istrian peninsula east coast. It has a beautiful panoramic view of the entire bay and the Kvarner Bay islands, and it's suitable for those who want to spend their holidays in tranquility, enjoying the sun and the sea or lots of different fun, cultural and/or sport activities, and who then want to have a great place with pleasant atmosphere to relax.
Near the house there are a grocery store (at about 200 m), a restaurant (at about 100 m), walking and bicycle trails, tennis and paintball courts. A 10-minute walk separates you from the nearest beach and a 2-minute walk from the downtown.
If needed, you can book also Villa Iviša which is attached to House Peršić and get yourself the whole property.
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Rabac is the most famous tourist place of the Istrian peninsula east coast, situated in a bay beneath the old town of Labin and surrounded by hills on the mainland and by Kvarner Bay islands on the seaside. Due to the mild climate, beautiful pristine beaches, and crystal clear sea, it became already in the 19th century the target of exursionists and travel writers, among whom was also Richard Francis Burton. Although a small place, Rabac boasts rich gastronomic, sport and entertainment offer, as well as numerous hiking opportunities and proximity to important cultural sites.
On the hill in the background of Rabac lies the medieval town of Labin, a perfect blend of architecture, cultural and historical attractions from different eras and a rich offer of art galleries. Surely will not leave you indifferent the main square with a well preserved 16th century lodge, the cannon from the reign of Austria, the baroque palace converted into the National Museum, the 14th century three-nave church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary as well as many other cultural attractions. It should be also pointed out the permanent mining exhibition of about 150 m which, in the National Museum, testifies to the rich mining history of the town. At a distance of about 3 km there's an outdoor Sculpture park within which every year takes place an international art event – the Mediterranean Sculpture Symposium.