The islands of Brijuni are famed for their well preserved Mediterranean flora like holm-oak trees, lofty dense underbushes, pines and cypresses, partly shaped like a landscape park. On Brijuni you will also find a safari park with mostly exotic herbivores as well as the valuable cultural heritage dating from Roman and Byzantine times.
The Brijuni archipelago comprises a group of two larger and twelve smaller islands lying along the west coast of Istria, not far from Pula, and which have a total land area of 7 km2.
Because of their extraordinary beauty the Brijuni have been a popular tourist destination for world statesmen and members of the international aristocracy for over a hundred years.
Total area – Brijuni National Park 3.395,00 ha
Total area – submarine 2.651,70 ha
Total area – land 743,30 ha
Length od the island’s coast 46,82 km
Length of sea border 22,93 km