Funtana (Italian Fontane = wells) is a coastal village and an urban district in the Istria, Croatia. The municipality has 2011 907 inhabitants according to the census. The small town of Funtana got its name from the spring water deposits in the region that have been mentioned in 1331 first documented. Although these sources are no longer used, so leave today for water channels from Roman times to the sources found. Worth seeing is the parish church of St. Bernard with its valuable oil paintings, which was built in 1621. In the center is the famous Kastel Fortress, built in 1610 place.