Since the beginning of recorded history, the three islands that make up Brijuni National Park have been referred to as paradise on earth. It is possible to reach the island by boat from several locations in Istria, either as part of an organised tour or on your own.

The islands of Brijuni are home to an archaeological site that includes Roman and Byzantine structures. There is a museum about Josip Broz Tito, the former president of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, who had a residence there on the Brijuni Islands and is located nearby. In the former Yugoslavia, a state residence was constructed, which continues to serve today to receive foreign delegations.

 In 1983 Brijuni Islands were designated as a national park because they were deemed worthy of such protection. The well-preserved and diverse flora and fauna can be observed from tourist trains or other vehicles that can be rented on the islands.

Cruises to Brijuni