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A town called Porec can commend itself with rich history, testified by many material and spiritual monuments. The influence of great cultures can be seen in a walk through town itself. Alleys and squares of an old town core are paved with stone plates, and an archeological foundings confirm that the area of the town of Porec was inhabited even in Prehistoric Period. During the time of Roman Empire tsar Augustin pronounced it a town and annexed it to roman colony Colonia Iulia Parentium. In the 3rd century the town had organized Christian community, and in the 5th century the three-nave Eufazije’s basilica was built- the most beautiful monument of early Byzantine art on Mediterran. A trip boat “Vrša” will take you on a ride between the delta of river Mirna on the north and Lim canal on the south where the town is situated. The coast around the town is indented with plenty of small islands and peninsulas adorned by a houndered year old, thick pine woods and beautiful beaches protected from the sea by an island of Saint Nikola. The climate is very mild and Porec is also a town with over 3850 sun dial per year. Porec is a town of rich touristic tradition conserved even untill nowdays.