Discover a completely new dimension of relaxation at the luxury Kempinski Hotel Adriatic in the picturesque Croatian region.
The Kempinski Hotel Adriatic is the first Croatian luxury seaside Golf & Spa Resort. The hotel boasts 186 exclusively furnished rooms and suites, two gourmet restaurants, three bars, a 3000 sq m Greco-Roman Spa with Gym, a Kempi Kids Club, a romantic private chapel surrounded by a Mediterranean garden, a serviced beach, and various conference and wedding facilities as part of a separate conference centre directly overlooking the Adriatic Sea. The Golf Club Adriatic represents the first championship 18-hole golf course in the Istrian region.
The hotel is situated in the secluded surroundings in the northernmost part of Istria, not far from the town of Umag, known as the Croatian capital of tennis. In the immediate proximity of the hotel, the oldest and most northern lighthouse on the Adriatic, built in 1818 can be found. The charming old towns of Motovun, Grožnjan, Poreč, and Rovinj, along with the Brijuni Islands National Park, the 35 km Lim Channel (sea reserve), Pula's first century amphitheater and Hum, officially the smallest town in the world, are all must see places located within easy driving distance from the hotel. The nearest international airports are the airport of Pula (90 km) and the airport of Trieste in Italy (90 km).
The Kempinski Hotel Adriatic is not just ideal for active holidays, leisure or romantic escapes, but it is also a perfect wedding venue for celebrating the most memorable day in a person's life.
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- Fitness Centre
Amphitheatre in Pula / Arena
The amphitheater was erected in the 1st century during the reign of Emperor Vespasian. With its elliptical shape, dimensions of 132 x 105 m and height of 32 m, the Arena is the largest ancient structure in Istria and one of the six larges Roman amphitheaters in the world. Its primary purpose was for gladiator combats and could hold about 20,000 spectators. Today it is open for visiting tourists.
The Euphrasian Basilica bears the name of the Poreč's bishop who had it erected in the 6th century. Even though the old floor mosaic has been preserved, its most valuable mosaics are in the apsidal section. The entire complex (three-naved church, baptismal, atrium and what was once the bishop’s palace) were placed on UNESCO’s list of protected world cultural heritage in 1997.
The Brijuni archipelago with surrounding underwater world enjoys the status of being the only Istrian National Park and due to the luxurious flora and fauna and cultural-historical heritage it is ranked among the most beautiful Mediterranean archipelagos. The Brijuni are comprised of two larger and twelve smaller islands. The mild Mediterranean climate, an abundance of sunny days and pleasant air temperature were favorable for the growth of hundreds of plant varieties. About a hundred years ago the Brijuni botanical gardens began to settle animals from various regions of the world so that in 1912 zoological gardens were founded. Today the Brijuni, among other things, are a habitat for various bird species, deer, mouflons and other wild game. The island Veliki Brijuni is also adorned by a thousand year old olive tree, Roman diggings, safari park and dinosaur footprints.
The protected Kamenjak Cape, this unusual indented southern most cape, is interesting not only because of its nearly 500 plant species but also because of its beautiful coves, “wild” beaches, clean sea and attractive underwater world.