Barbariga is a small Istrian town surrounded by intact nature and many olive groves, 20 kilometres from Pula and Rovinj. Apartments in Barbariga are private in family houses and within touristic resorts. Due to the rich selection of indigenous meals and the natural beautie of historical sights of Barbariga, tourists often return to this small stone Istrian paradise. Barbariga's beauty is also geared towards culture and spirituality, various sporting activities, hunting and fishing, which offers visitors additional content for a pleasant vacation.
Numerous archaeological finds date back to Roman times marking Barbariga as the historically rich area. Ancient ruins, still existing houses, the remains of the dyeing and fabric making plant were also found, as well as the one of the most important oil mills in Istria since IV. century, and two large Roman villas with colourful marble mosaics. Barbariga sometimes used to wear the name of Cape Cissana after the town Cissa, which disappeared in the sea in VIII. century. There are also other archaeological remains of the pre-Romanesque town of Mandriola and the early Christian Basilica of St. Andrej with mosaics, sarcophagi and slabs carved in VII. century. Find out what else is making Barbariga truly provide a pleasant and interesting place everyone wants to see.