On the hill above Rabac lies the medieval Labin, whose old name Albona was first mentioned in 285 AD.
Its old name Albona or Alvona is Illyrian of Celtic origin, and it seems that it was founded by the Celts in IV. century BC on the site of a former hillfort, although some historians mention that this place was established by the Illyrians in the 11th century BC. According to historians, Albon in Celtic means 'city on a hill', or 'high settlement'.
The path of the Istrian goat was not easy. During the Venetian rule, after the exposure of certain areas of Istria and the Adriatic islands was noticed, bans and restrictions on keeping goats began. The ban on unrestricted grazing and goat...read more
The beauty of Eastern Istria is certainly enriched by the Sculpture Park of Dubrova, where the sculptures from the work of the Mediterranean Sculpture Symposium are located. The Mediterranean Sculpture Symposium (MCS) is an art event founded in...read more