Congress Brijuni


The fourteen islands and islets of Brijuni, located NW of Pula, Istrias largest town, are inarguably the most interesting part of the west coast of Istria. The luscious landscapes of Veliki Brijun, the varied submarine world and and rich cultural heritage are the main reasons why this area was declared a national park in 1983.
Today the Brijuni archipelago is an exclusive tourist destination, but its touristic history reaches back to the end of 19th century.The islands were promoted as health resort and a venue for the social elite.
Their exceptional natural beauty, the wealth of historical heritage and tourist qualities are a common thread linking the past, the present and the future.



Year built: 1907-1908, Year of reconstruction: 1998, Total rooms: 88, Singles: 15, Doubles. 51, Suites: 22

The hotel is located within the Brijuni National Park, at the edge of the sea. It offers a wide range of catering facilities. The island has a 9-hole golf course. In addition to bathing and water sports, guests can enjoy the beauty of the island either on foot, by renting a bicycle, a horse-driven coach, or by taking a ride in a electric car.

Name: Theatre: Classroom: Banquet:
Congres Hall 250 120 -
Blue Salon - 40 -
Black Salon - 25 -
White Salon - 25 -