Brijuni Park is surely an oasis of the wonderful balance in between animal, man and vegetation. You will find nearly Seven hundred plant varieties and around 250 bird varieties around the isles, whereas the soft Mediterranean weather conditions make it an enjoyable wellness resort. After departing Fažana, the series of green isles seen from the boat, changes into Veliki Brijun, the greatest from the fourteen isles.
Across the western Istrian coastline there are many island groupings, certainly one of the most fascinating, the greatest and most indented would be the Brijuni island group having its Fourteen isles and smaller islands covering an region of 7.42km2.
The shoreline is mainly rocky and low however easy to get to because of the side to side stratification of the rocks, and in a few coves sand and pebbles are found.
The National Park of Brijuni includes the following islands: Mali Brijun, Veliki Brijun, Gaz, Okrugljak, St. Mark, Supin, Galija, Grunj, Vanga (Krasnica), Supinić, Pusti (Madona), Vrsar, St. Jerome and Kozada. (Krasnica), Pusti (Madona), Sv.Jerolim, Vrsar i Kozada.
The islands are made from slightly inclined or horizontal layers of limestone from the period of Cretaceous, where in areas you’ll find layers of carbonated red or brown earth. The stone which is part of that structure is white coloured, very easily fragile, of marbled structure and it is rich in flint and clay.
It is therefore really strong and it is a great constructing material. Roman contractors valued the stated characteristics of those stones and it was utilized to construct many cities on the Adriatic coast.
This brief resume of the island, that cautiously keeps the remnants of Five thousand years of history, makes the whole legend of its generation much more genuine so when coming to the island a component of Paradise unveils in front of our own eyes within the specific balance of the island’s fauna, flora and heritage.
An exceptional bland of the greenish isles sank to the turquoise-blue eater whose coves and hillsides are laced with the white coloured Istrian rocks.