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Apartment Murine 1766-1

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Apartment | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed

Villa Rosa is placed in a quiet place, Murine, 2000 m away from the town and about 2000 m away from the sea and touristic village Sol Stella Maris where the guests can visit animation centar for adults and children.Villa is surrounded with a big garden in which is a big pool with deck-chairs and a place to barbecue that is for all guests in all apps.Apartments are equipped with the best accessories like SAT/TV, dishwasher, washing maschine, microwave, coffee maker.Parking lot is front of the house.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Trst, Nearest railway: Kopar
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

General Satellite TV
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1)
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, BBQ, Bicycles available
Access Parking

The Istria region

Istria or „Terra Magica“ is the largest peninsula on the Eastern Coast of the Adriatic. The peninsula is situated on the 45th parallel, or half way between the Equator and the North Pole. Thus, the climate here is Mediterranean with elements of the continental climate meaning this is a place where you can escape from cruel winters and summer heats .

One can touch the shores of Istria either by car, driving from the upper side of Europe, or by plane from many of the European capitals…Or in the summer time, one can get here even by train and boat.

It is a true cultural arboretum whose heritage comes from the Histrians, the Celts, Romans through to the Byzantines, Slavs and Venetians and all the way to the Austro-Hungarian Empire! Wherever you start from, either from Pula - a paradigm of historic summaries, glorious antique past and mythopoetic history and its magnificent Roman amphitheatre, Rovinj that is called the small Venice known for its breathtaking church of St.Euphemia, Pore? known for its Euphrasian basilica from VIth century under UNESCO's protection, the town of ghosts of Dvigrad, or the artists town of Grožnjan in the interior, medieval towns on the hilltops that await you, bathed in the golden sunrays - Buzet, Motovun or Labin - one thing is for sure, Istria is a region where you can search for dreamed places. It has been the destination of various forms of curiosity. This heart-shaped peninsula is small at the world's map but it is „continent“ full of differences for everyone who got to know the magic of its Eastern and Western coastline, and also its picturesque inner country. This is the northernmost area where olives thrive. But, apart from olives and irresistible olive oil, you can enjoy a scrambled egg made from asparagus that grow here – delicacy of the early spring. Figs trive here as well. Wheat fields and vineyards are extanding to the sea on the Western Istrian coast – a scene that irresistibly evokes the most beautiful parts of Tuscany or Provence.

In typical Istrian “konoba” you can enjoy in cheese and prosciutto accompanied with Istrian soup or spoon of minestrone with broad beans, then in some pasta with truffles, sauce of game or even ordinary goulash all the way to pork loin and sausages. However, in a typical fish restaurant you can eat fish, crabs and shellfish cooked in a thousand different ways.

Istria is a great place for sport activities with many playgrounds for tennis, handball, basketball, volleyball, mini-golf and other sports. Horseback riding is developing on the western and Sout-Eastern Istrian coast. The central Istria and the Nort-Western claster has well-organized tourist cycling tours and many bike trails.

Immerse yourself in the crystal clear Croatian Adriatic! Istria will welcome you with bread and wine as it has been doing ever since the times of immemorial. The bread for life and the wine for joy!

Umag

Umag, Buje and Novigrad create the gateway to the magic land called Istria. You can enjoy some 50 km of beautiful beaches. In the hinterland, standing on the Karst terraces, you can see and smell the sea.

Make your vacation an adventure full of passion

Today's wellness tourism in Umag can be traced back all the way to the Roman rustic villas. Here you can engage in sports and recreation, all in all an active vacation where you can recharge your batteries. Umag offers its old-town streets and squares, and numerous paths for easygoing bike rides, horse riding and walks for you to enjoy. North-west Istrian landscape has been molded over 2 000 years of commitment and affection for its red soil. Its surreal beauty will surely have an affect on you. Let yourself go and enjoy the beauty of nature, the peace and quiet will have a soothing effect on your soul. When you come to Umag, you have at your disposal some 100 tennis courts and the beautiful tennis stadium in Stella Maris.

If you prefer a more peaceful way of living, be sure to visit Novigrad, a typical small fishing town near Umag. The old town with its well protected port and picturesque coast will make your stay exceptional. Taking a walk across the Novigrad seaside path (lungomare), listening to the sea sounds and the breeze running through the pine-tree tops, you will forget your everyday troubles and feel free as a bird.

On the cape situated furthest to the west of Istria, there is a small fishing place called Savudrija. The most prominent attraction is the oldest lighthouse in Istria, at which one can stay. The lighthouse was built in 1818, and is 36 m tall. The fishing past of the place is still evident from the unique way its inhabitants store their fishing-boats, raised high on special wooden supports.

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Calendar last updated:22 Nov 2014

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