Kvarner adjoining Istria, has several popular resorts, from the celebrated tourist centre Opatija to Kraljevica and Crikvenica.
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The area is frequented by tourists in winter as well, due to its mild climate and easy accessibility. The carnival season, from January until March, is particularly interesting. Tourists, who want to experience nature, certainly must visit the islands, with their well preserved flora and fauna. The most visited island of Kvarner is Krk, there are a number of other beautiful islands such as Cres, Lošinj and Rab.
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Istria is the most developed Croatian tourist region, closest and most easily accessible from Western Europe, whose landscape can be compared to that of Tuscany or Provence. Numerous peoples and cultures, from Roman times to today, have left evidence of their cultures in the architecture, wall painting and in the rich church architecture. Vineyards and picturesque little towns are scattered all over the interior of the peninsula. Some of the major coastal tourist centres are the towns of Poreč (under UNESCO protection), Pula (with its amphitheatre) and Rovinj.
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