Pićan (Italian: Pedena,Chakavian: Pićon) is a village and municipality in the central part of Istria, Croatia, 12 km southeast of Pazin; elevation 360 m. The chief occupations are agriculture and livestock breeding. It is situated on the Pazin-Kršan-Vozilići regional road. There is a railway station on the Divača-Pula route in Podpićan.
In Roman times, a military stronghold called Petina was located here. The town was the seat of the first diocese in central Istria from the 5th to 18th centuries, and a medieval commune with governors and officers. The town gate (14th-15th century) has been preserved.
A three-nave church was erected in 1738 at the location of an earlier cathedral; the main altar is adorned with a painting of The Annunciation by Valentin Metzinger. Many of the local bishops are buried in the church nave. Its 48-m bell tower stands separate from the church; it is the third highest in Istria and offers a good view.
The treasury contains chalices from the 15th century and a monstrance from the 16th century.