The Vilamar Tamaris resort is located in a truly green setting, 13 km from Porec, one of the jewels of the south-west of the Istrian peninsula, facing the Adriatic Sea.
Porec (13 km away): its narrow streets, churches and other buildings from different eras. This town has been inhabited since prehistoric times, when in the 2nd century BC a Roman camp was constructed on a small peninsula, where the town centre currently stands. One not to be missed: the basilica, a magnificent example of Byzantine art dating from the 6th century. Alongside the baptistery, the atrium, the bell tower and the Bishop's palace this is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Rovinj 46 km away): a hillside covered with coloured houses, surrounded by the sea and topped with a Venetian church. This typically Mediterranean fishing town is certainly the most romantic on the Istrian peninsula. The town will charm you with its houses with their red roofs, its small and winding streets with narrow passages and its small old squares. Places to visit: The St Euphemia cathedral, Balbi's Arch.
- 60 km from Vodnjan: Be surprised by this picturesque town's rich cultural heritage with its architecture from different eras: Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. Vodnjan is now a popular destination, particularly for lovers of art and culture.
- 74 km from Pula: the capital of Istria and one of the oldest towns on the Adriatic coast, which extends over eight low hills down to the sea edge. Places to visit: the impressive amphitheatre, one of the largest and best conserved in the world - The Forum - The Arch of the Sergii - The Gate of Hercules - The Venetian Fortress.
- Brijuni National Park (75 km away): contains 14 islands and islets situated along the western coast of Istria, close to Rovinj and Pula. The park is particularly famous for its natural reserve, with several hundred species of plants and indigenous animals.