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Labin, Rabac and uvala Prtlog is a tourist route connecting tourist destinations located in the western district of Croatia - Istria. During the walking tour, tourists will have the opportunity to visit interesting monuments, learn about the species of plants characteristic of the region, and relax on one of the beaches.
Labin is a charming town that is famous for the monuments of the old town at the top of the hill and for the lapidarium. Currently, it is one of the most important tourist centers in the region, in the past the city made a living from coal mining (the mines were closed).
Duga Luka, or Prtlog, is a settlement that is now part of Labin. During the Roman Empire there was an important port here. Nearby you can see the remains of the Romanesque chapel of St. George.
Rabac on the Kvarner Bay is a former fishing village, today popular with tourists who value the beauty of the surrounding nature, nearby beaches and the opportunity to spend their free time attractive, e.g. during boat cruises.