Fažana (Croatian pronunciation: [faʒǎna]; Italian: Fasana, Italian pronunciation: [fazaːna]) is a village and a municipality on the western coast of Istria, in Croatia.
Yugoslavia’s former President, Josip Broz Tito, was fond of Fažana and the Brijuni Islands, spending up to six months of his year there. According to the 1921 census, 100% of the population spoke italian.
Fažana is a picturesque fishing town on southwestern coast of the Istrian peninsula situated near the ancient town of Pula ideal for relaxation and recreation. It is also the port from where you can reach the Brijuni Islands National Park, the well-known Earth’s paradise.
Families with children will find beautiful beaches and playgrounds, recreation enthusiasts various sports facilities, quality food lovers numerous restaurants and nature lovers the beautiful seaside promenade where everyone can enjoy sunsets and sea air.