About us

Welcome to Felix Poreč. Stay As In Your Home!

Need a holiday?  Come to the warm south, enjoy sunny Istria, endulge yourself in pleasure of Wellness and good reastaurants and take advantage of our new offer.

Our residency Felix is located in Kukci,  a quiet, attractive and well maintained residential area on the outskirts of the city of Poreč, about 3 km from the beach. We have one apartment and three cottages and all can accommodate a maximum of 5 persons. The apartment as well as the cottages  are located on the ground floor. Each unit has its own terrace and access to the garden where among the shades of oak trees and palm trees there is a swimming pool and a roofed, garden barbecue  all at your disposal. All apartments are new and cozily furnished,  with air conditioning and free, quick and wireless internet. Pets are allowed upon request.
Private parking  for each unit is enclosed within the property with private access to each unit, separate from us, the owners, at a descrete vicinity so we can offer  you information needed for a fullfilling and pleasant stay.
Whether spring, summer or fall there is always plenty of entertainment. In April and May one can enjoy walking among trees in oak forests, olive groves and vineyards, picking wild asparagus, a culinary hit that can be prepared in a few minutes.   In fall a wide variety of activities and festivals offered by the fruits of nature such as olives, grapes, mushrooms the most famous among them the well known truffle, will make your heart beat faster. One can try everything from gathering natures fruits  to tasting and buying  100% extra virgin oil, exquisite wines, red or white and many mushroom and truffle products.  When the summer tourist crowds dissapear the fall peace is ideal if you just want to relax. We are only a ten minute walk from the famous restaurant Marina so one can eat and drink without worrying about driving.

If you are interested in spending the holidays such as spring holidays we offer special prices at 700 euros, flat fee, per month or Easter week at  300 euros, bed linen, towels, utilities and taxes included.

Residency Felix has a perfect location just 2 km from the beach and 3 km from the historic Old Town. The city center and the „Lungomare“ promenade can be visited by an attractive tourist train which runs in the summer till late at night. The narrow alleys and streets originally from Roman times are picturesquely situated on the small peninsula. Once a romantic wine and fishing village today a holiday resort in great demand  with all desirable leisure and entertainment fascilities:  water sports, tennis, horseback riding, beaches as well as nudist beaches, numerous restaurants, seafood, cafes, dance halls and discos, original wine and beer cellars. West of Poreč one can find the beautiful Blue Lagoon with many hotels and restaurants with the beautiful blue sea and pebble beaches. A taxi boat is a good way to get back to the old town.

About Poreč

Porec is a town in Istria county, located on the west coast of the Istrian peninsula. Porec is a city of culture, tourism, sport and entertainment.

In the town of Porec most famous monument protected by UNESCO is Eufrazijeva Basilica, which contains original mosaics from the 6th century.

The climate in Porec is very mild, August is the warmest and January the coldest month of the year.


History of Porec
From archaeological findings, Porec is inhabited since prehistoric times.

In 2 century BC Roman Castrum was built where today is the old city. Castrum was 400m long and 200m wide.

During the reign of Roman Emperor Augustus in the 1st century Castrum was officially declared the city and included in the Roman colony Colonia Iulia Parentium.

When the Roman Empire fell 476th The town is administered under various rulers.

The turbulent past of the city swept the entire European history: Romans, Aquilea, Huns, Byzantines, Slavs, Avars, Ostrogoths, Lombards, Franks, Venice, Napoleon, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Yugoslavia – now Croatia.

The Croats arrived in Porec in the 6th century and settled permanently around 620th year.

1861. Porec was the capital of Istria.

From 1920th-1943th Porec was under Italy and then on 10 Septmeber 1943. became part of the Croatia where it is today.




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