Ližnjan is a small village in Istria region, Croatia. The population is approximately four thousand citizens, spread on 54 km2.
Even though the whole Istria is a peninsula, the town is located on its own, tiny one, at the southernmost tip of Istria.
The village has access to the sea and it overlooks the Kvarner islands. The main attraction is a 28km coastline with beautiful rocky beaches.
The economy of the area is based on fishing, harbour and tourism.