Nightlife contributes greatly to the tourism offer. More and more cities and tourist destinations's offer is based on a predominantly young population that demands fulfillment whole day and night stay in a place. Young people on holiday spend an active night life, they are interested in entertainment, socializing, meeting and tourist offer all the richer content that it gives them. This is the usual catering services, developing a rich night life through a variety of entertainment and pop concerts activities for young people, nightclubs organized content that is no longer limited to a confined space but was extended to the streets, squares, beaches, camping and swimming pools, while in the organization of such events include the entire population of the place. Nightlife, however, is not only focused on the needs of young people, but the offer is extended to the content that matches the older part of the population, and below that includes a tour of slot clubs, bars, pubs, casinos and other similar facilities. Good organization nightlife, rich and exciting content developed tourist spots.
Zminj is a city located 35km north of the city of Pula with its old city centre sitting at 379m above sea level and the newer parts in its surrounding flatlands.
The regions surrounding Zminj are fascinating due to their development in agrotourism and excursions to the caves of “Festinsko Kraljevstvo”. Zminj’s surrounding rural catering establishments are known for their authentic Istrian cuisine and traditional settings.
Old Istrian houses have been adapted for agrotourism where visitors can find accommodations (apartments and rooms) and try wonderful homemade Istrian cuisine while enjoying some peace and quiet in a natural setting.
The people of Zminj annually celebrate the holiday of Bartulja, St. Bartola Day, which is the biggest festivity in Istria and visited by thousands. Zminj is home to the Cakavski assembly which originated in the year 1969. This assembly promotes the traditional Istrian dialect of Cakavski and it is a centre where groups of young poets and songwriters come together and prepare events dedicated to Cakavski literature.
Zminj was first mentioned in the year 1177. Archaeological findings tell a story...