Moments from the Adriatic Sea, Hotel Mediteran Plava Laguna is perfectly placed for exploring Porec’s rugged coastline.
At a glance
Pool with a view
The Hotel Mediteran Plava Laguna has an air of seclusion. It’s wrapped in cedar and oak forests on a hillside, which slopes gently down to a quiet cove.
Bedrooms at Hotel Mediteran Plava Laguna are stylish, decorated in shades of grey with accents of white and chocolate brown.
These compact double rooms are perfect for two and have a TV. Plus air-conditioning is available from May to October.
Sleeps: 1 -2 people
Room upgrades are available for a supplement. Rooms include Twin Room with Balcony, Twin Room with Gardenside and Balcony, Twin Room with Limited Sea View and Balcony.
Food & Drink
Buffet spreads are laid out at the cavernous restaurant. Both Croatian seafood dishes and international fare feature, as well as Champagne breakfasts.The spectacular bar area has sky-high ceilings and a wall of windows overlooking the forest. It’s a vast white space, with clear Perspex chairs and boxy, low-backed armchairs.
Buffet dining room
Buffet meals are on offer here and a themed dinner once a week from June to mid-September. You'll be able to sample some of the well-known Croatian dishes. *With complimentary drinks at dinner, choose from a variety of soft drinks, house wine and draught beer.
With an immense white space, clear perspex chairs and low-backed armchairs - this impressive bar has sky-high ceilings and a spectacular view overlooking the forest.
The pool bar offers some selected summer beverages.
The pool has a forest backdrop and is surrounded by lawns. There’s also a terrace where, as well as loungers, you’ll find a handful of padded wicker armchairs. Children get a separate pool, too. Take a five-minute walk and you’ll end up at a cove with bathing platforms jutting in to the sea and trees reaching almost to the water’s edge.
Surrounded by lawns and a terrace, where you can lounge on a sunbed or relax on one of the padded wicker armchairs. The saltwater pool is the ideal spot to unwind, it’s also heated in low season.
The children have their own separate pool.
Pool towels with a deposit
High season – that’s June to September – sees lively bands and local dance groups laying on evening shows.
Sports & Activities
Classic holiday games like minigolf* are yours for the taking. The beach, meanwhile, is the launch pad for volleyball and pedalo hire*.The surrounding area is wonderful walking and cycling territory. A 20-minute walk east takes you to Porec’s old town, home to the UNESCO-accredited Basilica of Euphrasius.
Playground - Let the children burn off some of their holiday excitement.
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
Porec, in the middle of the Istrian Riviera, is a pretty city that stretches across a peninsula and looks out onto a cluster of exotic islands. There’s Roman architecture, Venetian houses and a Byzantine Basilica here – not to mention plenty of bars, clubs and discos. In the background, the rolling olive groves and hilltop towns make this the Adriatic version of Tuscany, while the beaches between here and Zelena in the south are all within 30 minutes on a dinky road train.
* Additional Charges
If the number of people staying in this room is less than the maximum occupancy, there may be a slight charge for under-occupancy.
Booking fee’s apply on all bookings and will be confirmed at the time of booking. Minimum booking fee £6 per person.
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