Rabac is a resort town in Croatia located on Kvarnar Bay on the Southeastern side of Labin, in Istria. This resort town is set underneath a high rising mountain, and its shingle shorelines are most likely the most delightful in all Istria. It is a small town that was long ago known to be a small fishing town, but it has now grown exponentially into a resort town that has several villas and apartments. There are several fishing tours which you can be part of while in Rabac. In addition, Rabac offers daily tourist expeditions to Venice, Krka and Dubrovnik where you can enjoy more of the beautiful scenery of Croatia.
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Rabac is a touristy village favorable for both children and adults. If you are looking for crystal clear sea, sun bathing and swimming this should be a fine choice. The best time to travel is from June through September because the weather is best at this time and there is a variety of entertainment and activities always lined up. The town is popular for a number of sporting activities such as boat race Voga Teleferika an adventure endurance race 100 miles of Istria. Away from the racing, boat excursions along Rabac Riviera will make you discover many cliffs, coves and small beaches and they include lunch.
Visiting the old town of Labin from Rabac is quite easy since it is only 3km away. Labin is a historical town with colorful houses and lots of monuments, it is known today as the town of artists. Its seafront hosts a small fair of local homemade products like honey, grappa, sausages, prosciutto and many others. There are boat trips from Rabac to the island Cres which gives one the opportunity to see a 120 strong school of wild dolphins around the water.
The Mediterranean vegetation and untouched nature is ideal for hiking, biking and exploring. Olive oil tasting is a common activity in Rabac, Belic olive oil is one of the best in Croatia and its tasting room is in Rabac.