Rabac is located on the coast of the Kvarner Gulf, and it is only 3 km away from the populated part of Labin, to which it administratively belongs.
In the middle of the 19th century, the now-famous tourist resort of Rabac was a small fishing village with only ten house numbers.
Rabac is the real jewel of "Croatian Tuscany" - as many often call Istria, and year after year visitors are attracted there by cultural sights, a rich food and wine offer, outdoor activities, but also of course the indispensable part: sea, sun and beaches. It is rich in history, beautiful beaches, turquoise sea, beautiful landscapes and diverse cultural experiences and luxurious tourist facilities. Rabac and its surroundings offer various natural and historical sights - from beautiful churches and castles to former mines.
Due to the series of white pebble beaches, rich Mediterranean vegetation and crystal clear and clear sea, Rabac is called the 'pearl of Kvarner', which speaks most of its quality and attractiveness, and therefore, as we have already mentioned, it is an attractive destination for family vacations. The beautiful beaches of St. Andrea, Girandella and Lanterna are marked with the ecological Blue Flag. The Rabac Summer Festival is held every summer on Girandella beach, which is an unmissable point on the European summer festival map.
There is a promenade along the entire town that goes from the very beginning to the end of Rabac. It is the Promenade of Hidden Charms with a length of 4.7 km. No matter what time of year you walk along this promenade, you will feel peace, enjoy and relax with spectacular views. It is an ideal location for those who love nature and do not like to go on long trips far from the city and the apartment where they are staying. The promenade is next to the heart of the city, and around it there is rich vegetation that creates a very relaxing atmosphere with the sound of the sea, therefore Lungomare is a favorite promenade of the local population as well as many tourists. There are also the Sentona Path and the Path of Divine Springs, an Istrian paradise that connects the old town of Labin and the shores of Rabac. A 3-kilometer long promenade to the town of Labin, which offers a wonderful view of the Kvarner Bay, the island of Cres and the entire Labin area. The bay has been declared a protected landscape due to its beauty.