Packages in Tar
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Tar Vacation Packages
Tar Vacation Packages
Zagreb County, the national capital, is 140 miles east of Tar.
Feel the salty air on your skin at Lanterna Beach, 2 miles southwest of Tar.
You should spend time at Novigrad Harbour and Lapidarium Museum in Novigrad, approximately 3 miles away. If you're keen on experiencing even more of this part of the world, head to Porec and see Baredine Cave and Basilica of Euphrasius, roughly 6 miles from Tar.
Approximately 9 miles to the northwest of Tar is Umag, a regional center where you'll find Savudrian Lighthouse, Church of St. Mary and Katoro Beach. The Umag Town Museum and Umag Beach are some more sites here that are waiting for you.
To really embrace the character of this region, you must treat yourself with its unique smells and dishes. Indulge in the local dishes at some of the restaurants and cafés.
Look out for lamb and squid, a couple of recognizable ingredients throughout the region.
Wine and dine like the locals by taste-testing burek (savoury pasty) and brodet (fish stew).
You absolutely cannot take off from the area before tasting baklava.
If you like to relax with a quality brew, try out Karlovacko. It is the drink of choice for many locals in Istria.
Herbal tea, a non-alcoholic drink that's popular with the locals, can accompany all of your meals.
If you like strong alcoholic drinks, scan the menu for pelinkovac (juniper spirit) and propose a toast to the many delights of Istria.
Kick back, relax and indulge in a glass or two of local wine. After all, it's happy hour somewhere! Maybe Malvazija from Istria or Prosek from Dalmatia will be your new favorite.
Most people will agree that one of the most meaningful courtesies you can offer to the locals is to put in the effort of learning a little of their language. "Odakle si?" translates to "Where are you from?" "What's your name?" is another good one to know, so put some work into learning "Kako se zoveš?"
The 8th of October is the day every year when the nation's people commemorate Independence Day. You might find there are special festivities if you are vacationing at that time.
When the time comes to pack your bag and say "Zbogom," you'll have plenty of happy memories to keep forever.
If your plans include arriving and departing by plane, know that the most convenient airport is 30 miles to the southeast of Tar.
Accommodation in Tar
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The Valamar Club Tamaris, at Lanterna 6, and the Mobile Homes Lanterna, at Lanterna Bb are two of the higher-quality accommodation options in Tar. Stay at either and you'll be sure to have some of the nicest rooms in town. Alternatively, The Naturist Resort Solaris, at Solaris 1, and the Apartments Sunset Lanterna, at Lanterna 1, are two listings worth considering if you're traveling on a budget.