Villa / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 8

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 1 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden

Borghetto Villas are a resort in small village Vabriga close to Novigrad and Porec. They are just 700 m away from the sea. Attention to details, design, luxury are adjectives that characterize this peaceful resort. Terra Magica Club presents 3 new villas. Villa Allegra, Villa Ginevra, Villa Candida. All villas have balcony that overlooks the surrounding; vineyards, olive trees. Each house has its private garden with Mediterranean herbs and pool.

Villas interior is stylish and practical, high quality materials are used in construction, such as Italian ceramics, sanitary, wooden custom-made doors, windows. All villas have similar interior, furniture differs in colors and sizes. Villas have capacity of 6+2 people. Since they are in same resort, close by, they are suitable for accommodations of larger groups. For more detailed description contact us we will be happy to assist you ;)

Size Sleeps up to 8, 3 bedrooms
Check in time: 15:00
Check out time: 10:00
Nearest beach 1 km
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 200 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Pula 60 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, Sea view
Pool Private outdoor pool (unheated)
General Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 3 En suites, Solarium or roof terrace
Furniture Double beds (3)
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Secure parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users

The Istria region

Let's play golf

The golf club, located at Crveni Vrh close to Savudrija and near the Borghetto Villas. According to many golfers, the wavy course and almost idyllic landscape provide real charm and challenge.

This is the first professional course with 18 holes 6360 meters long, deployed on 80 acres. Those with less sport ambitions have at their disposal a shorter course of 4690 meters.

The field is not easy at all, neither for professionals nor for amateur players. The average time necessary to pass it is four hours. This area is one of the windiest areas in Istria therefore the player must overcome another challenge – the wind.

The wind can play a significant role, along with strategically placed bunkers and skillfully crafted greens.

Biking and MTB

Biker's passion consists of number of different pleasures, one of them being the unique sense of closeness to the countryside one is riding through. And from the biker's perspective surroundings look like a series of idyllic landscape sketches that take the observer's breath away from the observer, enchanting him with loveliness, colors and diversity. On both biking trails you'll be riding by olive groves, vineyards, trough cultivated park-forests, undisturbed lush Mediterranean vegetation whose smell fills your nostrils and your lungs. And to shoreline is never far: it is usually hard to say where the green descends into blue. But when the trail takes you from the sea, that's when the adventure starts - the inland has preserved the charm and beauty.

Just wait to see the cave Baredine! The nature that was obviously acting in our favor granted us generously. Following the trail of former Parenzana railway you will be passing trough a part of Istra that for decades was inaccessible even to the hikers. Passing some 50 kilometers you won't feel dizzy out of exhaustion but out of impressions. Biker's trails in Porec surroundings not only in outstanding natural beauties but also in traces of passed times perpetuated in cultural monuments. You don't have to enter none of the numberless churches on your way - just a glance is enough to enjoy them all built as sculptures in the landscape.

Medieval towns, all protected cultural monuments, stand on hill tops as if they were some kind of strange hill caps, and each one of them will fascinate you with its special charm. Do not miss the view on the remains of Dvigrad, destroyed amazing twin city. You won't suffer neither hunger nor thirst on your trail. There are lots of taverns, inns and restaurants that will take care of it. There's at least one such place in each bigger village and in all of them an exquisite home-made food and wine will be offered to you. But be modest since it's not hard to overdo when so much good is offered.

Walking and nordic walking

What is the easiest, the most effective and the cheapest way to combine healthy recreation and relaxation with a sightseeing tour of a region The answer is walking. Walking is the most natural way of human motion. Today in a flood of slow moving and monotonous jobs on one side and stressful commotion on the other side walking's one of the best ways to help your body physically and psychologically. When you combine a healthy environment the pleasures of nature and the cultural historical beauties make the experience complete and the effect maximal. The Porec shore is well known for its rich and diverse tourist offers and to the lovers of walking offers many pleasures. It doesn't mean necessarily that it should be summer spring, fall and even winter should be taken into consideration more because of the mild Mediterranean climate. There's an infinite number of walking trails and paths in Istria, a peninsula where Porec is situated in its western part. In this brochure we have selected only several if itineraries mainly leading along the shores of Poreština starting off at tourist cities and resorts, making them available to tourists directly from their hotels, apartments or camps at which they have stayed. The paths are suitable for all ages and physical conditions because they fall into the category of the less demanding for the most part the differences in heights are not more than 10 m, the exception are the paths 5 and 6 which are 60 and 109 m high but without a steep climb. Most of the described paths or trails follow well cared for paved paths that have lighting, resting places and offer various catering and recreational places along the way. There are also paths for lovers of untouched nature and beautiful panoramas as well as for those who want to get to know the thousands of years old and rich history of civilizations of Pore? and its region. A little bit of time, good foot-ware and good will is the only best thing that you will need for this pleasure.


Beaches in the area of Tar and Vabriga are located on a large peninsula of Lanterna, long coastline of over 6 kilometers with a crystal blue sea. You can choose between beaches located in a sort of protected resource the Mirna River, where the mixing of fresh and marine waters inhabited by various species of birds, the beach at the tip of the peninsula with the open sea, or gentle beach campsites all the way to the bay of Santa Marina

The green landscape of the peninsula Lanterna will delight you with its beauty, a submarine will enchant you with its rich flora and fauna. Explore shipwrecks, colorful plant life under the sea and unusual marine species such as the seahorse and octopus.

Food and drink in Tar and Vabriga

The best cooks are fishermen. As culinary experts they can improvise even when the fish offer is poor, they can make the best of the sea offer: octopus salad, pasta with sea food, polenta and fish stew, grilled eel "cultets", scampi buzara, fish stew … Out of the continental style cuisine the most appreciated is ham dried by the Boraes (north-eastern wind), loin, sausages. Different varieties of homemade pasta are fuži (fusi), njoki (gnocchi), posutice (square-shaped pasta) , makaruni (small-sized gnocchi) with chicken or wild game goulash. Vegetable soups are the most popular soups. The Tar inhabitants are excellent hunters and therefore experts in preparing wild-game dishes. The secret of perfect vegetarian cooking lies in wild asparagus and mushrooms, abundant in this area - naturally for expert pickers. The utmost of the Istrian cuisine is the underground bulb - truffle. Besides all this there is the olive oil and naturally wine: malvasia, teran or merlot. To try some of these specialties prepared in the restaurants of Tar and Vabriga is a must.