European Grand Prix 2020 in Porec will take place on the famous grounds that had hosted big archery tournaments. It all starts in 1998 with Memorial Tournament Nikola Škoric, and after that, among others, came two Grand Prix and seven World Cups.
The grounds consist of 3 grass football fields, of which one will be used only for training. Hotel for participants is located within 15 min walking distance from the competition field. Local transportation will also be available.
Archery tournaments in Porec:
- 1998 Memorial Tournament Nikola Škoric
- 1999 Memorial Tournament Nikola Škoric
- 2000 European Junior Camapionship
- 2001 European Grand Prix
- 2002 European Grand Prix
- 2003 World Cup
- 2005 World Cup
- 2006 World Cup
- 2008 World Cup
- 2009 World Cup
- 2010 World Cup
- 2011 World Cup
- 2012 European Youth Cup
- 2017 European Youth Cup
For 7 days, Laguna Porec resort will become a home to more than 300 archers. After hard work on the competition field, archers can enjoy in a beautifully preserved natural surroundings and crystal-clear sea.
Laguna Porec also offers wide selection of fun activities and entertainment like:
- Water skiing and water sport
- Miniature golf
- Beach volleyball
- Morning exercise
- Water aerobics
- Aerobic activities
- Interactive quizzes
- Humorous competitions
- Show programmes
For more information about activities in Laguna Porec, please visit their official website.
Porec – a city with a thousand-year history – is located only 5 km north from Laguna Porec. The old town centre is easily accessed by bike, tourist train, boat or bus.
Richness of Porec is measured by its historical heritage, deeply rooted in this area for thousands of years. The priceless city centre, located on a small peninsula, has submerged in the sea. Its foundations were put in place during the time of the rule of the Roman Empire.
The most valuable cultural monument in Porec is Euphrasius basilica. It was built on the remains of an earlier tri-naval basilica in the first half of the 6th century. It is possible to climb up to the steeple and view Porec and its surroundings. Since 1998 it has been an UNESCO protected site.
In the old town you also can see:
- Pentagonal Tower
- The Romanesque House
- The Great Temple and of Neptune
- Norther Tower
- And many other atractions
Also, try rich and famous Istrian gastronomy in many restaurants and taverns.
Istrian cuisine, prepared according to traditional recipes for centuries, is based on the fruits of the soil and of the sea.