Umag dates back to the Roman occupation of Istria and the scenic old town is built on a small peninsula jutting into the adriatic, delivering wonderful sunsets. Its cobbled streets offer bars, cafes and restaurants as well as a little port. Each July, the ATP Croatian open takes place at the Stella Maris tennis centre with many of the games biggest names taking part in the men only event.View villas in Umag
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Umag's waterfront has plenty of small bistros, pizza places, caffe bars, cake shops and ice cream parlours for a quick bite or for a leisurely coffee.
Istrian cuisine is very natural and simple, taking key ingredients fresh from the land and sea. If you want to sample something truly Istrian, try the prsut – a cured ham which all Istrian’s are proud of. The seafood is always fresh and delicious, and sample something rare and native – the Istrian truffle – usually used to flavour pasta and meat.
Umag hosts an annual ATP tournament and boasts over 60 tennis courts.
Istralandia, located between Buje and Novigrad is an award-winning waterpark, with pools, flumes, entertainment and eateries. A fun day in the sunshine for all the family.
Umag town walls, with gated draw bridge, dating from the 10th century.
Umag Town Museum with exhibitions of ancient pottery and crafts
Exhibitions in Umag's galleries, such as popular the gallery Marin in the City Walls.
Church of St Roche from 16th century, with oil-painted ceiling
Vineyards, Regions to visit, The old town
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