Liznjan

Liznjan itself is a small fishermen's village with traces of agriculture and family-based tourism.

 

Liznjan, a fishing village with its naturally protected harbour was established in Roman times. Today it has about 2000 inhabitants. It has 27.6 kilometers of rich seacoast and unspoiled beaches.

Liznjan itself is a small fishermen's village with traces of agriculture and family-based tourism.

In the vicinity of Liznjan, there are more than 26 archeological sites, among which the most famous is the Šandalja Cave with artifacts from Paleolithic and Nezakcium (Vizače), the fort of the Iliric tribe of Histri.