An island escape just off the coast of Porec, this hotel combines a secluded setting with first-class views.
Set on a tiny island just off the mainland, this hotel is surrounded by nothing more than pines and Blue Flag waters. If you want to head over to nearby Porec, boats make the 5-minute trip every half-hour.
The island’s ringed by pebbly beaches, and there’s a bathing platform that looks over to Porec. Some of the rooms have the same view, while others look out to the gardens where you can spot rabbits and peacocks.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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With views across to Porec.
Local cuisine restaurant
For breakfast and dinner. Sample the Croatian and international cuisine. With themed evenings held twice a week, and show cooking. If you have any special dietary requirements or if you'd like a vegetarian menu, don't forget to order in advance.
The children have their own separate pool.
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My partner and I have just returned from a weeks stay at the Fortuna, It was such a pleasurable stay, the staff were awesome, the food was great with a superb choice, which should cater for everyone's needs ( but reading some reviews this is not the case ) the hotel is dated but absolutely spotless, there is nothing that is too much trouble for the staff. I would recommend this place to anyone that wants the most chilled and idyllic holiday ever. I don't know what some people expect from a 3 star hotel. Keep up the good work. Les and AndreaMore
Just returned (09/07/14) from our second visit to the Island and were not disappointed.. Still a great place to relax and enjoy wonderful Croatia. We were again looked after by the friendly staff (great to be remembered) and still the best place to eat in Porec and enjoy the superb views. We again had a room at the front of hotel on a top floor with great views and were able to get a fridge and fan in the room (essential in the summer) and the maids did a great job every day. The cultural shows were on in the centre of Porec and it made a great evening out, having a beer or a meal and free entertainment. Thanks to our excellent rep TJ (not your typical Thomson rep) who is just so helpful and enthusiastic, a local young man who can help you with most anything, also to Tin our superb guide around Porec and host of the festival. Most people will be aware that the resort will be refurbished at the end of the season, we just hope it doesn't change to much and lose the magic. If you want a unique resort with good food, great staff and fantastic views go this year.More
22TOO, Grays Thurrock, United Kingdom
I stayed here on my own for a week, having booked through Thomsons. Porec is such a lovely picturesque location, relaxed and easy going. The Fortuna is set on St Nikola island, just off Porec - there is a free ferry for hotel guests to and from the island every half hour or so. The hotel is lovely, the rooms are pretty basic, no safe or wifi (although there is free wifi in the lobby) and no air conditioning, for the most part that wasn't a problem, but on the last night it was way too hot, and ended up having to have a cold shower at 1am so I could sleep! The fact the rooms are basic wasn't a problem to me, as I only go to the room to sleep anyway. It was clean and comfy and that is all I need. A word of warning though, on the island you can hear loud music coming from a club on the mainland - and I mean loud as if there is a live concert, not just the distant thump of music. Luckily I was at the back of the hotel so didn't get the noise, I imagine at the front it would be bad so that would be something to think about when booking a room. I went half board and there was a large buffet, but I don't eat meat or fish so the choice was largely the same every night, having said that it was nice and I only went out to eat twice. The staff were friendly and helpful, although service could be a bit slow sometimes, I could be halfway through breakfast before they came to ask if I wanted coffee, and sometimes I would have to get my own cutlery. This is not laziness, they were very busy and rushing round, I think it more to do with a lack of some sort of system. There were a few activities to do on the island such as crazygolf, canoeing, table tennis and a kids' club. The sea is beautiful and clear, but a little rough in some places, (although there are calmer parts on the harbour side) and very rocky so buy some sea shoes (I learned the hard way when I slipped in the sea!) The island itself is small, but large enough to have a pleasant stroll around after a meal in the evening, and the sunsets are spectacular. They are developing the island though, and although the studio apartments looked nice, I worry that when they are occupied next year it will make the island busier and noisier and spoil the 'paradise island' feel of it. Time will tell. As it is, I would recommend the Fortuna to people, I thoroughly enjoyed my stay.More
master_midian, Manchester, United Kingdom
We came here for one week half board It was spectacular, the staff were great the food was amazing. Hotel was super clean and despite not having air conditioning it was never too hot indoors We stayed in room 410 with views of the main land so nice to wake up to that view every morning Can not wait to return thank you so much for an unforgettable holiday More
Fantastic family holiday
We have just spent a week at this hotel and everything about it made the holiday all that we wanted from the food to the entertainment. We went to enjoy the craggy coast line and to swim which never let us down and we enjoyed the snorkelling which we did every day. The staff are amazing and were always helpful with advice to make the best of our holiday. I hope on the upgrade it does not loose any of its charm and the feeling of seclusion when at the back of the island, at times it felt like being on a desert island .More
Paul R, Scarborough, United Kingdom
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