Labin is set on the eastern coast of Istria, on the hill above Rabac - the pearl of the Adriatic, at the site of a Roman settlement Albona, whose name was first mentioned in the 285 AD.
According to historians Albona in Celtick means "city on a hill." Picturesque town has been inhabited since 2000 BC. Labin today has about 13,000 inhabitants and is the cultural and administrative center, while a mixture of rich cultural and architectural heritage and a vibrant youth gatherings, especially at night in many bars.
After a stroll through the old streets, visit the City Museum, a commemorative collection of Mathias Vlačić Illyricum, look at art workshops and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the city fortress in Rabac and Cres island of the Kvarner Bay.