Malvasia, the wine that unites the croatian, slovenian and italian coast – Edi Kante
A BOUTIQUE HOTEL WITH AN AUTHENTIC SOUL
The Karst is a unique place. It is where ancient traditions are preserved. We obey them in our architecture, our cuisine, our way of thinking and our work ethic. The fascinating stone-built houses, the vineyards, the wells and the Bora wind lend the Karst its singular character. It is a region that is resolute yet welcoming, and the same can be said of the local people.
The Karst is there in the aromas that drift from our kitchen, and its soul glows in the eyes of our staff, in the house’s furnishings and throughout the surrounding area. You are most welcome, whether you are joining us for a short break or just for lunch.
The exclusive Pahor Hotel is situated in the picturesque village of Iamiano on the Karst Plateau. The first written accounts of this village date back as far as 1325. Our hotel is the perfect choice for all those who value heritage and prefer a more personal touch. It has been built and furnished in the traditional Karstic style, using natural materials like local stone and timber.
A wonderful atmosphere awaits you.
To sample our cuisine is truly to enjoy the flavours and fragrances of the Karst. Our dishes are made wherever possible from local produce, and menus vary depending on the season. We use traditional recipes with a modern twist, offering a wide array of enticing and delicious specialities. Enjoy our food with a glass of fine wine from our well-stocked wine cellar.
The sorrounding area
The Pahor Hotel is the ideal starting point for many an adventurous trip. Across the area you can find endless paths and woodland trails which lead to dreamy spots with stunning views, such as the WWI Isonzo Front battle-sites. You can explore the area on foot, by bicycle or even on horseback.
We recommend that you also visit some of the wonderfully picturesque places nearby: the towns of Trieste, Duino and Gorizia, the Miramare Castle, the Collio region – famous for its excellent wines – or the Isonzo Front sites. Castles, palaces, squares, medieval streets, Renaissance buildings, Roman ruins, and churches… every turn has something beautiful to offer and demands a visit.