Izola is a littoral town, which has interesting old city centre. It includes Manziolijev trg with neighbourhood, Soncno nabrezje, Trg padlih za svobodo with neighbourhood, Trg republike with neighbourhood, Trg svetega Mavra with neighbourhood, Veliki trg with neighbourhood, Ulica Alme Vivoda with neighbourhood and other. Izola hides many wonderful things. You can see the Italian elementary school Dante Alighieri, Parenzana museum, the Church of St. Mary of Haliaetum, port (madrac), archades from the year 1531, which were in complex with Fontika and Loza, Municipal palace (City Hall), fountain in park on Veliki trg, the Church of St. Maurus, entrance in the Besenghi degli Ughi palace, the Chapel of the Brotherhood of Flagellants, Scuola Batutti, the pavilion and fountain in Pietro Coppo Park and others. The Museum Parenzana shows the history of the narrow gauge railway Parenzana. The railway connected at the beginning of the earlier century places from Trieste to Porec that included Izola as a key station stop. The Church of St. Mary of Haliaetum is from the second half of the 11th century and it is the oldest city church. Inside you can see wooden choir, three altars and organ of the master Nakic. The Municipal Palace was made in Gothic style. Today has the baroque front from the 17th century. The Chapel of the Brotherhood of Flagellants, Scuola Battuti was built in the year 1451 and it is one of the oldest in Izola. It has preserved the external Gothic style.
Church of St. Catherine