Town and port at the western coast of Istria, 15 km southwest of Buje. Situated on a small limestone peninsula comprising the south-western top of the Bujstina region and in the north, the entrance into the vast bay of the harbour of Mirna. The forested surroundings and well-indented coast are a special attraction. Chief occupations are farming and fishing. Fishing grounds in the coastal zone of Novigrad expand from the harbour of Dajla in the north to the harbour of Mirna in the southeast. The historic core lies on a small peninsula, surrounded by partially preserved mediaeval walls and towers. Houses and palaces with architectural details from the 15th to the 18th centurieshave been preserved. Palce Rigo with an adorned Baroque portal and a distyle (1760) represents a valluable monument.

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Sports and recreational facilities add to an eventful stay-the usual ground and water sports, terraces with live music, rich gastronomic offer, organized excursions, sightseeing. The tourist offer of the coastal ambience includes the possibility of hunting in the Mirna valley, canoeing on the Mirna river, etc. Traditional events: Jazz festival “Heiniken Music Nights” (in August), folk feast of St. Pelagus, the patron saint of the town., which lasts of three days (end of August).

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KNT - 001 - Novigrad

KNT - 001 - Novigrad

Holiday house****, 4-5 persons, Novigrad, 50m FROM THE BEACH WITH A SEA VIEW!!...