This is the best known architectural-building stone from Istria, also known as Istrian Yellow or Giallo D’Istria. It is ideal for big projects, as well as large and small products. It can be light, dark, blue and beige-blue (bayadere).
A stone with a long and glorious past, used in the construction of Venice because of its solidity and resilience to salt. Smoother finishes are ideal for private houses, while rougher finishes are suitable for paving large public spaces.
Decorative limestone from a quarry near Marčana has been known since antique times. Today, a modern open quarry is being developed from an old mining project.
Stone from the south of Dalmatia used in the construction of the famous Dubrovnik Stradun. Ideal for construction in coastal areas.
A material with an even, white color that fits nicely both Mediterranean architecture as well as modern, minimalist designs. As such, it is used in different European and Global markets.
A stone with a special, mussel-like appearance. Recommended for interior decoration and ventilated outer facades.