The Istrian peninsula has been a popular holiday destination since Roman times.
The stunning diversity of the landscape, the red earth, the loamy white hills, the rocky coastline, mediterannean vegetation and microclimatic zones such as the Brioni islands or Kamenjak mean that this small corner of the Adriatic offers something for everyone.
Stancija Mani is located at the heart of the peninsula and is an ideal starting point for exploring the area.
We are happy to recommend places to visit, cultural sites, beaches where you can be alone in the middle of the high season or places suitable for children. We can offer advice about restaurants, wine-makers and olive oil producers who are happy to offer private tastings, and places where you can sample local produce such as cheese or dried meats and seasonal products like wild asparagus or truffles.
Stancija Mani is a 15 minute drive from Rovinj, 30 minutes from Pula and about an hour from Trieste.