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  • 1. Hižica

    A curated collection of designer home accessories from architect and interior designers Ana Visković and Bernard and Sara Domniku is sold in the petite-but-stylish boutique....

    A curated collection of designer home accessories from architect and interior designers Ana Visković and Bernard and Sara Domniku is sold in the petite-but-stylish boutique. It sits right below their design studio and offices, all of which offer locally made, hand-crafted decorative pieces that double as wonderful take-home souvenirs.

    Veronska ul. 6, Pula, Istarska, 52100, Croatia
    052-204--320
  • 2. House of Batana

    Original souvenirs based on Rovinj’s fishing heritage—including key-chains, T-shirts, and replicas of its traditional vessel, the batana—can be bought at the House of Batana museum....

    Original souvenirs based on Rovinj’s fishing heritage—including key-chains, T-shirts, and replicas of its traditional vessel, the batana—can be bought at the House of Batana museum. Besides batana-inspired souvenirs, you can pick up a small recipe book with old, almost-forgotten recipes from Rovinj fishermen, also available in English.

    Obala Pina Budicina 2, Rovinj, Istarska, 52210, Croatia
    052-812–593
  • 3. Profumo di Rovigno

    The Salvi family offers an intoxicating array of unique perfumes, sachets, bath gels, lotions, soaps, diffusers, cottom throws, silk wraps, and home fragrances under their...

    The Salvi family offers an intoxicating array of unique perfumes, sachets, bath gels, lotions, soaps, diffusers, cottom throws, silk wraps, and home fragrances under their Profumo di Rovigno brand. All products at their tiny store on the main shopping street are inspired by the flora and fauna found in the hills around Rovinj--from wild sage to lavendar, roses, lemon balm, and other herbals. All are beautifully packaged in elegant bottles and boxes, perfect to bring home as gifts or to enjoy in your own home.

    Carera 45-47, Rovinj, Istarska, 52210, Croatia
    052-813–419
  • 4. Pula Green Market (Tržnica)

    Join locals at the Tržnica as they stock up on their daily fresh produce, locally sourced meats, fresh-caught fish, and domestic cheeses. Although open most...

    Join locals at the Tržnica as they stock up on their daily fresh produce, locally sourced meats, fresh-caught fish, and domestic cheeses. Although open most of the day, it's best to experience the market like the locals do, early in the morning. A couple of highlights include the Jelenic charcuterie, which offers homemade, traditional Istrian cured meat like cooked ham, prosciutto, and homemade sausages, as well as Kumparicka Dairy, which produces unpasteurized, fresh, and aged (up to 30 months) goat cheeses.

    Narodni trg 9, Pula, Istarska, 52100, Croatia
    052-218--122
  • 5. Trapan Wine Station

    Don’t miss a trip to Trapan Wine Station, in Šišan, less than 10 km (6 miles) from Pula. A visit to the trendy winery includes...

    Don’t miss a trip to Trapan Wine Station, in Šišan, less than 10 km (6 miles) from Pula. A visit to the trendy winery includes wine tasting and a tour, albeit by appointment only. Popular labels include Uroboros and Ponente, both white wines made of 100% Istrian Malvazija, and Che, a sparkling wine made of 100% Terrano.

    Giordano Dobran 63, Pula, Istarska, 52100, Croatia
    091-581–7281
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  • 6. Zigante Tartufi

    Tourists visit the charming hilltop town of Grožnjan to enjoy its rustic beauty, art and crafts, and music programs. There's enough tourism, in fact, to...

    Tourists visit the charming hilltop town of Grožnjan to enjoy its rustic beauty, art and crafts, and music programs. There's enough tourism, in fact, to merit yet another outlet of the family-owned Zigante Tartufi chain. The shop sells locally unearthed truffles and everything truffle-related you can possibly imagine, as well as other local products from aromatic herb brandies to honey, dried porcini mushrooms, wine, and olive oil. The gourmet boutique is near the town's loggia. Just follow your nose.

    Ulica Gorjan 5, Grožnjan, Istarska, 52429, Croatia
    052-776–099

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  • 7. Art Studio

    Jewelry & Watches
    Closed Permanently

    It has a pretty unimaginative name, to be sure, but Art Studio is one gem of a little shop. Zagreb jewelry maker (and documentary filmmaker...

    It has a pretty unimaginative name, to be sure, but Art Studio is one gem of a little shop. Zagreb jewelry maker (and documentary filmmaker) Radovan Sredić spends his summers here selling lovely jewelry that he creates by hand from rare, natural materials, mostly from Asia. The shop is on your left on the way up the hill before the main cathedral.

    Grisia 48, Rovinj, Istarska, 52210, Croatia
    052-649–529
  • 8. Komo

    Closed Permanently

    Komo is a designer concept store, where you can find everything you would put inside or on your own komoda (the Istrian word for "dresser"...

    Komo is a designer concept store, where you can find everything you would put inside or on your own komoda (the Istrian word for "dresser" and an essential piece of furniture in every Istrian house), all created by Croatian designers. You'll find clothing, jewelry, beauty products, and other lifestyle collectibles.

    Istarska 22, Pula, Istarska, 52100, Croatia
    052-353--986

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