Top Foodie Things to Do in Istria in February
In February, towns throughout Istria hold Carnival celebrations with festive events, and lots of sweets, celebrating the passing of all unpleasant events of the past year and welcoming the beginning of the new year. The Rijeka Carnival is the largest Carnival in Croatia. Bring your masks and join the exciting festivities.
NW Istria (Umag, Novigrad, Brtonigla, and Buje)
Carnival in NW Istria (February): Carnival festivities.
Days of Seashells in NW Istria (February 14 to March 20): Seashell-themed menus in restaurants.
Choco & Wine Fest in Brtonigla (February 16 to 17): Chocolate and wine festival.
Central Istria (Pazin, Buzet, Groznjan, and Motovun)
Carnival in Cerovlje (January 17 to February 14): Largest carnival in central Istria.
Carnival in Groznjan (February 11 to 13): Carnival festivities.
Carnival in Buzet (February 11): Carnival festivities.
Days of Honey Delicacies of Central Istria in Beram, Cerovlje, and Pazin (February 1 to 28): Honey festivities and tastings.
Carnival in Porec (February): Carnival festivities.
Vrsar and Funtana
Carnival in Vrsar and Funtana (February): Carnival festivities.
Carnival in Rovinj (February): Carnival festivities.
Carnival in Pula (February 3): Carnival festivities.
Carnival in Vodnjan (February 8 to 19): Carnival festivities.
Labin and Rabac
Carnival in Labin (February 10): Carnival festivities.
Foodie Events in Istria
Foodie Events in Croatia
For additional events in Croatia, visit the Croatian National Tourist Board website.
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