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Northwestern Istria

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Northwestern Istria gourmet guide

Content

Introduction

The Preservation of Historic Sites and the Environment

The Gastronomical Itinerary of North-western Istria

The Olive Oil Route

The Istrian Teran Route

The Istrian Malvasia Route

The Momjan Muscat Route

The Native Istrian Oxen Route

The Wild Asparagus Route

The White Truffle Route

The Sea Scent Route

The Agrotourism and Home Cooking Route

Information and contacts

Recommended restaurants, taverns, agrotourism,

wine roads and roads of olive oil in the northwestern Istria

Accommodation facilities in northwestern Istria

Impressum

Published by: Umag-Novigrad Cluster Tourist Board – Umag, Novigrad, Savudrija, Brtonigla, Buje; Design: Studio Sonda, Poreč;

Photographs: Archive Istria Tourist Board; Printed by: Comgraf, Umag 2009; Circulation: 30.000


Northwestern Istria gourmet guide

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Introduction

Istria

Northwestern Istria

Istria, this magical and diverse miniature world is also the largest peninsula

on the Adriatic Sea, located at the base of the Alps.

On a relatively small space you will find a plethora of green fields and

hills, vineyards and olive groves, as well as seaside towns rich in historical

and cultural heritage. In the continental parts of the Istrian peninsula there

are dotted medieval towns located on hilltops and surrounded by mighty

defensive walls. For some decades now, Istria became well known as a

tourist destination with tame beaches, pleasant climate and crystal clear

sea. Istria is a region increasingly discovered by a number of visitors as a

destination with excellent hotels, top notch wines and olive oils, numerous

restaurants and rural tourism.

In short, Istria is a treasure chest full of diverse beauty and gourmet

food right, not too far from major European cities. With the aid of this

booklet, we will help you to get to know the region and the people of the

northwest Istria.

Northwestern Istria spans between the Slovenian border in the north and

river Mirna in the south. Here we can find a large variety of natural riches;

from the mainly flatland portion located near the shore, ruled mainly by

shrubland and fertile arable fields, to the tame green hills. These are

excellent lookouts with streams and small rivers, meandering all the way

to the fertile valley of the river Mirna.

Traces of a rich historical heritage are present at numerous sites. The

medieval town of Grožnjan, famous for its extraordinary beauty is one of

the most interesting, also famous for its numerous artists’ colonies and

events held here during the summer. In addition, towns of Brtonigla and

Momjan are famous for their wine making traditions; Umag, the town of

tennis, and Savudrija the place most connected with the sea and fishing.

Moreover, the town of Novigrad is worth noting with its perfectly preserved

defensive walls and the city hall located right next to the sea, as well as

Buje, known for its olive groves as the “oil town”.

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The preservation

of historic sites and

the environment

Here in Istria we are very proud of the cleanliness of our environment,

which you can witness every step of the way. A great ecological event

named “Neka moja Istria blista” (Let my Istria shine) is organized by the

regional tourist board. The event’s duration is 3 months during which

the board organises the removal of bulky waste and scrap material, as

well as workshops for children where they learn how to protect and care

for the environment.

Help us keep the environment clean for future generations. We also

kindly ask you to not leave litter at the historical sites during your visits.

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The gastronomical

itinerary of north-western

Istria

The north-western region of Istria, thanks to its diverse natural riches on

a relatively small space, is an ideal destination for an interesting vacation

with an exquisite gastronomical experience. The region offers a fish rich

shore and inland hills filled with truffles and wild flora. In order to help you

plan your visit and select from an array of bars and taverns, we offer you

nine gastronomical routes which contain the best of north-western Istria.

Some of our routes offer selected local recipes should you wish to try

preparing our specialties at home.

We wish you a pleasant stay and an unforgettable holiday in north-western

Istria!

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enogastronomical itineraries

The Olive Oil Route

enogastronomical itineraries

The Istrian Teran Route

Savudrija

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1

Umag

Buje 9

Brtonigla 5

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2

Livade

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Novigrad

Olive oil manufacturers

1. CUJ – Kraljević, Farnežine

2. Ipša, Ipši

3. Beletić, Novigrad

4. Babić, Novigrad

5. Veralda, Brtonigla

6. Marija Buršić, Nova Vas

7. Alojzje Pavlović, Savudrija

8. Nino Činić, Krasica

9. Franco Basiaco, Buje

Olive, one of the most durable trees and the symbol of the Mediterranean,

has been grown here for centuries. Istrian olive oil has been appreciated

since the Ancient Romans who considered it a delicacy of exceptional

quality, as shown in the written records from the first century AD. It is

slightly bitter when tasted, has an intense scent and is a unsurpassed

condiment for the best of meals. Olive oil is the most valuable oil in the

human diet, also used to cure many health problems, and is, according to

few, an elixir of life itself.

Today, the Istrian olive oil is once again in its rightful place; the the world’s

top. According to the renowned guide for extra virgin oils “L’ extravergine”

the Istrian olive oil is, for the fifth year in a row, amongst the top fifteen of

the best rated olive oils in the world.

On our olive oil route you have a unique opportunity to see colourful olive

groves situated on cascading hill slopes perfectly incorporated in the

landscape. You will also have the opportunity to learn the techniques of

olive growth and the manufacturing of extra virgin oil, and also, in the

unique and original ambience of our oil pressing facilities, to try and buy

some of the best Istrian oils. In this way, you can take the genuine flavours

of Istria home with you.

Teran is a very old grape variety, one of the most distributed red grape variety

in Istria. According to the available written records, teran was first mentioned

600 years ago. It was written that teran was used as a gift to emperor’s ambassadors

in 1390, who were given 20 ceramic bottles, after that, in 1408

teran was given as a gift to the ambassador of Mlet, and in 1411 the ambassador

of Austria. These facts certainly add to the value and quality of this

istrian red wine. The first description of teran comes from the Istrian agronomist

Petar Stanković in 1825, while in the local professional literature teran

has been discussed for around 180 years.

Just a few years ago, teran was much more bitter in taste than today, but the

istrian winemakers managed to considerably lower its acerbity by balancing

modern technology and traditional processes in order to decrease the apple

acid in the wine, giving it a whole new quality.

We are sure that the modern teran, best examples of can be found here in

north-western Istria on our Istrian Teran Route, will be appreciated by many.

Teran has a characteristic ruby red color which puts on a purple tint if gyrated

in a glass. The aroma is pleasant, emphasized and easily recognizable, the

typical fruity character dominated by the scent of raspberry. The relatively

high content of acids and a certain degree of acidity fitted in a high extract

percentage, gives this wine its characteristic taste which is full, strong and robust,

but at the same time complete. Because it is well rounded and contains

a high antioxidant count, it is considered to have health benefits.

Savudrija

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Plovanija

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Umag

10

Buje

5

Brtonigla

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Wine makers

1. CUJ – Kraljević, Farnežine

2. Kabola, Koreniki

3. Kozlović, Momjan

4. Zigante Duvilio, Kostanjica

5. Coronica, Koreniki

6. Istravino, Brtonigla

7. Cattunar, Nova Vas

8. Clai, Krasica

9. Gambaletto, Krasica

10. Celega, Buje

11. Sinković, Momjan

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Momjan

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Grožnjan

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12. Degrassi, Savudrija

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The Istrian Malvasia Route

Savudrija

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Plovanija

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13

3

Umag

Momjan

2

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4

Buje

5

Grožnjan

Brtonigla

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6

10

7

11

Wine makers

1. Degrassi, Savudrija

2. Kabola, Kremenje

3. CUJ Kraljević, Farnežine

4. Coronica, Koreniki

5. Veralda, Brtonigla

6. Istravino, Brtonigla

7. Zigante, Kostanjica

8. Kozlović, Momjan

9. Clai, Krasica

10. Cattunar, Brtonigla

11. Gambaletto, Krasica

12. Celega, Buje

13. Sinković, Momjan

14. Brajko, Oskoruš

15. Bassanese, Kaštel

16. Prelac, Momjan

Malvasia, which name comes from the Greek city Monamvasia (located

on Peloponnese peninsula), is a grape variety at least 2000 years old. It is

believed that Venetian wine traders brought it to Istria in the 14th century.

When talking about malvasia, we usually refer to a white grape variety,

although there is malvasia nera (red variety) grown mostly in the Italian

regions of Piemonte and Puglia. Today, the most famous variations are

the white malvasia from Italy, specifically Malvasia Bianca del Chianti,

Malvasia del Lazio, Malvasia delle Lipari, Malvasia di Candia, Malvasia di

Sardegna, and of course, Malvasia Istriana.

Malvasia became very popular in Istria around the nineteen thirties and

forties, and it is the dominant amongst the white grape varieties. Due to

the fact that the manufacturing technique for producing malvasia was the

same as for the red wine, its characteristics used to be poorly exposed.

Malvasia produced using such a technique used to have a brownish tint

and virtually no scent, a very few fruity and flowery aromas and it lacked

freshness. In short, it was an average wine and its aroma was mostly

dominated by the alcohol content.

During the eighties things started to change for the better. A handful of young

istrian winemakers started manufacturing malvasia in a technologically

more advanced way, and in the nineties a small revolution in winemaking

technology occurred as more and more winemakers start using modern

techniques and production processes of white wine.

The confirmation of the exceptional quality arrived in 1998 at the International

wine fair “Vinovita” in Zagreb when the Istrian malvasia by the Kozlović family

was awarded the title: The Best White Wine in Croatia. In accordance with

the world trend of increased popularity of native varieties, the interest in

the Istrian malvasia is increasing interesting and it is an appreciated wine

even outside Istria. Its emphasized alcohol content and extract richness

combined with moderate and lower percentage of acids makes malvasia

a rich and full-tasting wine. It is so discreet, flowery and fruity that many

people say it resembles the scent of the acacia flower. The fruity aromas

are most often dominated by apple and plum, and in a ripe wine you can

also taste a hint of bitter almond.

It is important to know that the cradle of malvasia in Istria is Brtonigla, also

known as the City of Wine. For 25 years now, a festival is held in Brtonigla

named “The Festival of Istrian Malvasia” in honour of the “Queen of wine” - a

local nickname for malvasia. It is held every year in mid July and lasts for a

week. The program and events can be looked up at www.tzo-brtonigla.hr.

North-western Istria is now leading in terms of new technologies in wine

making so it is no surprise this is where the majority of renowned wine

makers of malvasia are located. We encourage you to visit their modern

wine cellars and to try their top notch wines.

For those of you who want more, we invite you to visit Istria at the end

of May as the last week of the month is reserved for the “Wine day” - the

day when Istrian wine makers open the doors of their cellars for the public

(more on www.istria-gourmet.com).

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enogastronomical itineraries

The Momjan Muscat Route

(Momjan - The Kingdom of Muscat)

enogastronomical itineraries

The Native Istrian Oxen Route

(The Boškarin Route)

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Momjan 2

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Buje

Wine makers

1. Kabola, Kremenje

2. Sinković, Momjan

3. Kozlović, Momjan

4. Prelac - Konoba Rino, Momjan

5. Brajko, Oskoruš

If you would like to experience something special, visit Momjan, a small

picturesque village in the northwest of the peninsula.

At 275m above the sea level, the village offers stunning views of the Alps

and Dolomites on one end and lush greenery of undisturbed nature and a

beautiful sea panorama on the other.

The history of Momjan reaches far back to 1035, and the spirit of history

follows you wherever you go. What makes Momjan so irresistible is by all

means the Momjan Muscat. It is a white grape variety that grows on a

limited part of the Momjan vineyards, mostly on the hills from Oskoruš to

St. Ivan near Merišće at 200-350m above the sea level in the submediterranean

climate.

Over the centuries, thanks to the special features of the local climate and

soil, the muscat gained almost perfect characteristics. As well as the traditional

production method still utilized by a few families in Merišće, in more

recent times a modern production method gained a foothold. Many istrian

wine connoisseurs would place the Momjan muscat at the top because of

its golden colour, intense scent of wild carnations and exquisite aroma. Dry

and sweet, it goes well with sweets and many other delicacies. Aphrodisiac

properties have been attributed to the Muscat.

Due to its particularity, the Momjan Muscat is also appreciated outside of

Istria. At the wine fair in Bruxelles in 1935 the muscat won a golden medal,

and it was readily enjoyed at the royal court of Franz Joseph in Vienna and

King Emmanuel III in Rome.

The hard work of peasants and the natural selection through the centuries

has finally been valorized in a unique gastronimical way.

While in the past the heritage breed of istrian oxen - the boškarin - worked

in the fields along the peasants, dragged stones for building houses and

walls, ate modestly due to poor grazing conditions and provided the little

milk needed for each family, today its meet is the source of regional

gastronomical delicacies.

The tradition of tastes returning to the kitchens of renowned restaurants

and to the centre of attention of top gastronomes enriches what Istria has

to offer, revitalising old food-preparation customs with gorgeous smells

that in the old days used to spread from the rural homes of the inland part

of the peninsula.

Boiled or sautéed, baked under the “iron bell” - a traditional method which

involves slow cooking of food placed on an earthen platter, covered with the

iron dome and then surrounded by very hot embers, prepared as a sauce

for the fuži or gnocchi, marinated in home-made olive oil or aromatized

with wild plants,...these are just some of the ways to prepare this unique

meet from the kitchen of our ancestors. The expression “home-cooked”,

which becomes magical these days, truly describes the meet of the Istrian

oxen, awakens nostalgia as well as perks up the senses and makes your

stay in Istria even more special!

Savudrija

2

Umag

1

Buje

Brtonigla

4

Restaurants and taverns

1. Konoba Nono, Petrovija

2. Buščina, Buščina

3. San Mauro, Momjan

4. San Rocco, Brtonigla

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Momjan

Grožnjan

If the emperors enjoyed the Momjan muscat, you should too!

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The Wild Asparagus Route

(Spring Route)

Recipes of the Istrian kitchen

Plovanija

Kaštel

Kaštel

Momjan

Umag

Buje

Brtonigla

Novigrad

Restaurants and taverns

* A list of restaurants and taverns that

are taking part of the event “Istrian

Asparagus Days” is available on the

web page www.istra.hr/umag

The word asparagus is of greek origin and means scion. The whole genus

of asparaguses includes over 300 species, from which the mentioned

Asparagus officinalis is a delicacy, while some others are used as decorative

plants.

Asparagus is one of the oldest wild Mediterranean cultures, and it was

grown here since the old ages. The Egyptians used the wild asparagus

which grew along the Nile’s banks not only for food but also as offerings

to their gods, and, in the pharaoh tombs, pictures of it were painted onto

the walls. The Greeks picked wild asparagus, and, as the Romans, they

believed it to have curative properties, so in addition they used it as a

remedy for insect bites and toothache. The Romans were the first to

cultivate the plant, they even knew how to preserve it frozen: after picking

it in the south, they would transport it in carriages to the Alps, where they

would keep the scions in the snow for up to six months, and then bring

them back for big celebrations. The Arabs believed those scions to have

aphrodisiac effects, and they mention them in a 16th-century love manual

as stimulants for love quests. Madame Pompadour had the same beliefs

and the French king Louis the XIV had the scions grown in greenhouses

so he could have them throughout the year.

Wild asparagus is definitively one of the most appreciated wild-grown

cultures which flourishes in Istria, and is picked from the middle of March

till the end of April. In that period in the north-western area of Istria “The

days of Asparagus” are held, when numerous restaurants and taverns offer

various specialties with this tasty and extremely healthy plant. The peak

of the manifestation is the “Šparogada” (The Asparagus Festival) in the

village of Kaštel, held in the week after Easter, and which program can be

seen at www.tzg-buje.hr and www.istria-buje-buie.com. Visit our selected

restaurants along The Wild Asparagus Route and discover why this plant

is so popular and appreciated in Istria.

'Fritaja' (fry-up) with wild asparagus

(for 4 persons)

Ingredients

600 g of wild asparagus

8 eggs

1 onion

100 g of ‘pršut’ (prosciutto - a special variation of ham)

Olive oil

Salt and pepper

Preparation

Wash the asparaguses, remove the lower – woody part, and break the soft stem

with the tips into shorter pieces (app. 3 cm). Warm up five spoons of olive oil in

a frying pan, add the chopped onion, put a little salt and stew on low fire until

the onion becomes soft. Then add the prepared asparaguses, add pepper and

stew on for some 4 to 5 minutes (the younger the asparaguses are the shorter

stewing they need). Mix the eggs in a bowl, add thin pršut bars, add a very

small amount of salt and pepper, mix and pour over the asparaguses. Choose

a harder or softer fritaja and serve.

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The White Truffle Route

Recipes of the Istrian kitchen

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Plovanija

6

Buje

5

Brtonigla

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1

4

Momjan

Grožnjan

Livade

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8

What is a truffle? The gastronomes still cannot agree if it is a type of food or

a type of spice, but they are positive about one thing – the truffle is the peak

of gastronomy. It is a strange and mysterious bulb hidden in the ground with

no stem above and it can only be found with the help of specially trained

dogs or pigs.

In Istria there are three kinds of dirt – red in the coastal area, white around

the Učka mountain and grey in the inland. There, in the moisty grey dirt grows

the truffle, and the area in which it grows spreads from the valley of the river

Mirna to the mountain Ćićarija in the north, and from the town of Pazin and

to Raški Zaljev (bay) in the south.

'Fuži' with truffles (for 4 persons)

Ingredients

500 g of ‘fuži’ (noodles)

20 g of white truffles

20 g of black truffles

80 g of butter

100 ml of cooking cream

Salt and pepper

Restaurants and taverns

1. Marino, Kremenje

2. San Rocco, Brtonigla

3. Enoteca Zigante, Livade

4. Stari podrum, Momjan

5. Morgan, Bracanija

6. Igor, Kaštel

7. Buščina, Buščina

8. Tončić, Čabrnica

This strange and unsightly bulb, famous as an aphrodisiac with intensive and

unique odor, remained the inviolable king of cuisine from the antique Roman

times to present day. The truffle is always an inexhaustible source of culinary

achievements, from appetizers to salads and main dishes to deserts.

The Istrian white truffle is one of the most appreciated in the world, it matures

in autumn and is best to eat freshly picked, in the original ambience of our

taverns and restaurants. Except the white, which is the most appreciated

and expensive truffle (Tuber magnatum) and matures from mid-September

till the end of January, in Istria we also find numerous species of the black

truffle which mature nearly the entire year.

Preparation

Put the ‘fuži’ in hot, previously salted and oiled water and cook as per packaging

instructions. Melt butter in a frying pan and leave to boil for 1-2 minutes.

Remove from the stove and add thinly grated white truffles and cooked and

drained noodles, then mix and put onto plates. Grate black truffles over each

portion and serve.

On our White Truffle Route we have chosen taverns and restaurants which

offer imaginative truffle-based menus combined with excellent Istrian vines,

and stand out with the beauty of environmental designs and kindness as well

as professionalism of their staff. Thanks to all of the above, these selected

places were given a mark “Original truffle-Tartufo vero” by the Istrian Tourist

Board. See more on truffles at www.istria-gourmet.com.

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The Sea Scent Route

Recipes of the Istrian kitchen

Savudrija

Plovanija

Umag

Buie

Brtonigla

Novigrad

Restaurants and taverns

* A list of restaurants and taverns that

are taking part of the event “ Days of

sole” is available on the web page

www.istra.hr/umag

The history of Istria and its people has always been closely tied to the

sea, and the historic meaning of Istrian coastal cities is noticeable in all

the elegance of buildings and palaces within them. During the last five

hundred years the sea and the beauty of the Istrian coast contributed

to a rapid development of Istria into one of the leading tourism regions

in the Mediterranean. Thanks to the clean seawater, rocky coast and

sandy seabed of the open sea off Istria’s shores, the aquatorium is rich

with fish and other sea fruits.

Try supreme fish, prepared “salted” or baked in the oven with potatoes,

or – why not raw with a little lemon juice and olive oil prepared right in front

of you. Enjoy your fruits of the sea risotto or a combination of shrimps and

wild asparaguses, the raw oysters from the Bay of Lim, grilled shrimps or

buzara, and for a cold appetizer, a remarkable crab or octopus salad, or

simply raw shrimp tails with a glass of refreshing Istrian Malvasia.

It is the combination of traditional fishing, the wealth of the sea and the

tourism that led to the boom of gastronomy in the coastal area so today

there is a number of supreme restaurants that will leave you with unforgettable

gastronomic experiences based on fresh fish and sea fruits, combined

of course with supreme Istrian wines and extra virgin olive oils.

For all fish and sea fruit fans there is a gastronomic manifestation called

“The days of the sole fish” held in the northwest of Istria from the second

half of October until mid-November, when it is possible to enjoy this extraordinary

fish prepared in the most various ways in specially selected

restaurants (more on “The days of the sole fish” at http://www.istra.hr/

umag, www.istra.hr/savudrija, www.tzo-brtonigla.hr, www.tzg-buje.hr,

www.novigrad-cittanova.hr).

Sole fish in graving with vegetables (for 4 persons)

Ingredients

4 sole filettes

1 spoons of Vegeta

2 spoons of olive oil

1 hard boiled egg

1 spoon of lemon juice

300 g baby carrots

200 g kale

200 g broccoli

2 spoons of oil

1 clove of garlic

2 spoons of chopped parsley leaves

4 spoons of chopped fresh dill

Preparation

Clean the fish, dry it, sprinkle with Vegeta and place it in a pan covered

with aluminum foil. Overflow the prepared fish with olive oil and bake in an

oven preheated to 200°C some ten minutes. Clean the vegetables, wash

and chop them, and put them in the boiling water, cooking the carrots first,

and the rest of the vegetables 15 minutes later. Cook all of it for another

5-10 minutes, drain and mix with oil and pressed garlic. Cut the boiled egg

into small cubes and mix with lemon juice. Take the fish out of the oven,

overflow with the egg-lemon mixture, and return to the oven for another

few minutes to get a crust.

Put the warm fish onto plates, sprinkle with kale and parsley and serve

with cooked vegetables.

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The Agrotourism and Home

Cooking Route

Recipes of the Istrian kitchen

Momjan

Inner Istria, that likeable world of green hills and fertile valleys provides

a fantastic backdrop for car trips into the colourful villages and places,

Gnocchi with stew (for 4 persons)

Buje

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Zrenj

which names you probably won’t be able to pronounce, but which will

startle you with their beauty and you won’t be able to forget them. Precisely

in that inner part of Istria diligent Istrian peasants renewed the old

Ingredients for preparing a stew

600 g veal meat

Oil (mixed olive and sunflower)

Brtonigla

4

6

Grožnjan

1

3

2

stone houses of their ancestors in a traditional way, and today they host

their guests in them, offering them products of traditional Istrian cuisine.

Many of those households still live off their land, offering meals made

4 cloves of garlic

3 onions

3 dcl of mashed tomatoes

entirely of their own products (agrotourism), while others live of serving

2 carrots

meals based on traditional Istrian cuisine (taverns).

A bit of rosemary

A bit of parsley

Traditional Istrian food is based on meat and pasta, and the most famous

A couple of laurel leaves

meals are Istrian pršut dried on Bora (a local dry wind), sheep cheese

Salt and pepper

Agrotourisms

(only if announced-ideal for small

groups and couples)

1. Dešković, Kostanjica

2. Tončić, Čabrnica

3. Montižel, Završje

4. Vinerino, Brtonigla

and Istrian bacon as a cold appetizer, Istrian maneštra (a soup with

beans, potatoes and dried meat), fuži (a kind of pasta), gnocchi or ravioli

(pasta) with game sauce or chicken gravy as a warm appetizer, and calf

meat from underneath a bell, or ombolo and sausages wit cabbage as a

main dish. For desert traditional sweets are being served, fritule (a kind

of small donut) and kroštule (a dry sweet), or, why not fresh season fruit

from one’s own garden.

0.2 dcl of red vine

Preparation

Cut a piece of veal meat in similar sized pieces and add salt to it. Fry the onions.

As the onions start to acquire a golden color add the meat and fry on a low fire for

five minutes. Add chopped garlic and mashed tomatoes. Fry an add water when

needed. Add crumbed laurel leafs and rosemary. Add some salt and pepper in it.

Fry until the meat softens. When almost finished add red wine. Add some pepper

Taverns (unannounced)

Malo selo, Fratrija

Astarea, Brtonigla

Pino, Brtonigla

Stari podrum, Momjan

Nono, Petrovija

Rino, Momjan

5. Sinković, Momjan

6. Radešić, Punta - Krasica

For our Agrotourism route we selected only the best places and taverns

in which we believe you will experience a real adventure of original Istrian

flavors and all the kindness and warmth of the Istrians.

and sprinkle with parsley. When the stew thickens the meal is finished!

Ingredients for preparing the gnocchi

600 g potatoes

Pjero, Kremenje

Tabasco, Novigrad

2 eggs

200 g flour (more if needed)

Tasteries of indigenous

products

a spoon of grease (or margarine)

a little bit of oil

salt

Loggia, Oprtalj

Zigante, Grožnjan

Enoteka San Rocco, Brtonigla

Preparation

Kušaona Veralda, Brtonigla

Wash potatoes with the peel still on and cook them. Peel the cooked potatoes and

Delicatessen Zigante tartufi, Buje

mash them onto a table or surface on which you will prepare the gnocchi. Add

Rigo, Novigrad

eggs, salt, grease, oil and flour to the mashed potatoes and knead the dough.

Roll the dough into long “sausages” and then cut to pieces of 2-3 cm in length.

Put the gnocchi into salted boiling water and cook until they rise to the surface.

Take them out with a scoop and serve poured with the already prepared stew.

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Recommended restaurants, taverns,

agro tourism, wine roads

and roads of olive oil in the

northwestern Istria

Empfohlenen Restaurants, Wirthäuser,

Agrotourismus, Wein- und Oelstrassen

in Nordwest Istrien

ATTENTION! Considering that many of

our partners are farmers who spend their

time working in their fields and manufacturing

plants in order to give you the best

possible service, please pay attention to

the working days and working hours of

individual facilities and, when required,

please remember to MAKE RESERVA-

TION IN TIME.

ACHTUNG!

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sind Bauer ,die ihre Tage in diesem Bereich

(auf dem Land) verbringen, um Ihnen die

höchste Qualität ihrer Produkte und Dienste

anzubieten. Deswegen bitten wir Sie

auf die Arbeitstage und Arbeitszeit einiger

Objekten aufzupassen und wenn es so

notiert ist, die Filiale über Ihren Besuch zu

informieren!

Restaurants / Restaurants

Enoteca Zigante

Livade 7, Livade

Tel. +385 (0)52 664 302

GSM. +385 (0)95 644 146

www.zigantetartufi.com

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 23:00

I, D, E

Fresch truffle specialities all year round

• Trüffelspezialitäten durch den ganzen

Jahr

Pergola

Sunčana 2, Zambratija

Tel. +385 (0)52 759 685

2,3,4,5,6,7

11:00 - 23:00

I, D, E

Grilled prawns with porcini mushrooms

served on a bed of rocket salad- Scampi

and asparagus risotto-Fish baked in bread

• Gegrillte Gernelen und Steinpilze

auf Rucola- Risotto mit Scampi und Spargel-

Im Brotmantel gebackener Fisch

Marino

Kremenje 96 b, Momjan

Tel. +385 (0)52 770 047

www.konoba-marino-kremenje.hr

1,3,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 22:00

I, D, E

Fresch truffle specialities, game specialities

• Trüffelspezialitäten, Wildspezialitäten

Mare & Monti

Naselje Istrian Villas, Umag

Tel. +385 (0)52 710 599

www.istraturist.com

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 23:00

I, D, E

Damir i Ornela

Zidine 5, Novigrad

Tel. +385 (0)52 758 134

2,3,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 15:30

18:30 - 23:00

I, D, E

Raw scampi - Fish specialities (mostly

based on raw ingredients ) • Roh

marinierte Scampi - Fischspezialiteten

(meistens roh mariniert)

Čok

Sv. Antona 2, Novigrad

Tel. +385 (0)52 757 643

1,2,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 15:00

18:00 - 23:00

I, D, E

Fish specialities- Raw fish • Fischspezialitaten

- Roh mariniert Fisch

San Rocco

Srednja ulica, Brtonigla

Tel. +385 (0)52 725 000

www.san-rocco.hr

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 23:00

I, D, E

Fish specialities, fresh truffles, mushrooms

and asparagus • Fisch-Spezialitäten,

frische trüffeln, Pilzen und Wildspargeln

Taverna Hotel Sol Coral

Katoro bb, Umag

Tel. +385 (0)52 701 000

www.istraturist.com

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 23:00

I, D, E

Navigare

Sv. Anton 15, Novigrad

Tel. +385 (0)52 600 400

www.nauticahotels.com

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

07:00 - 24:00

I, D, E

Maruzella

Ungarija 2, Zambratija

Tel. +385 (0)52 759 147

GSM. +385 (0)52 759 147

1,2,3,5,6,7

12:00 - 23:00

I, D, E

Pepenero

Sv. Antona 4, Novigrad

Tel. +385 (0)52 758 542

www.pepenero.cittar.hr

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 15:00

18:00 - 23:00

I, D, E, RUS

Sea bass filet with mangel mousse •

Seebarsch Filet mit Mangoldmousse

Toni

Zambratija bb, Zambratija

Tel. +385 (0)52 759 570

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

11:00 - 23:00

I, D, E

Sidro - All’ Ancora

Mandrač 5, Novigrad

Tel. +385 (0)52 757 601

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

11.00 - 23.00

I, D, E

Grilled fish •

Fische vom Grill

Ma-Ni

Marino Bembi 3, Umag

Tel. +385 (0)52 751 222

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

09:00 - 24:00

I, D, E, RUS

Risotto with shells, wild asparagus and

scampi • Risotto mit muscheln, wildspargel

und scampi


Villa Rosetta

Crvena uvala 31, Zambratija

Tel. +385 (0)52 725 710

www.villarosetta.hr

1,2,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 22:00

I, D, E

Oven-baked, foil-wrapped fish with seafood-

Home-made pasta with Teran wine, scampi and

prosciutto •

Fisch & Meeresfruchte aus der Folie-

im Backofen gegart- Hausgemachte Teigwaren

mit Teran, Scampi und Rohschinken

Allegro

J.B. Tita 9, Umag

Tel. +385 (0)52 700 000

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

09:00 - 24:00

I, D, E

Belveder

Karigador 51, Novigrad

Tel. +385 (0)52 735 199

1,3,4,5,6,7

11:00 - 23:00

I, D, E

Raw fish- Noodles with lobster • Roh marinirter

Fisch- Bandnudeln mit Hummmer

Vilola

Umaška 2/a, Zambratija

Tel. +385 (0)52 759 940

www.villa-vilola.hr

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

11:00 - 24:00

I, D, E

Bassanese

Kaštel 125, Buje

Tel. +385 (0)52 777 280

www.ristorante-bassanese.com

1,2,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 24:00

I, D, SLO

Truffle based specialities • Hausspezialitaten

mit Truffeln

Bruno

Bašanija 6, Savudrija

Tel. +385 (0)52 759 592

1,2,4,5,6,7

10:00 - 24:00

I, D, E

Porto Salvore

Luka, Savudrija

Tel. +385 (0)52 759 213

www.porto-salvore.com

1,3,4,5,6,7

08:00 - 23:00

I, D, E

David

Kaštel 120 c, Buje

Tel. +385 (0)52 777 090

www.gostionadavid.hr

1,2,3,5,6,7

11:00 - 23:00

I, E

Pasta with truffles- Gnocchi with truffles-

Grilled meat with truffles • Nudeln mit

Truffein- Gnocchi mit Truffeln- Fleisch

vom Grill mit Truffeln

Igor

Kaštel 120 e, Buje

Tel. +385 (0)52 777 131

www.restaurant-igor.com

1,2,4,5,6,7

11:00 - 23:00

I, D, SLO

Gnocchi filled with truffles and scampi-

Spagetti with scampi on cognac • Gefullte

Gnocchi mit Truffeln und scampi- Spagetti

mit Scampi verfeinert mit Cognac

Giovanni

St. Rosello 30, Novigrad

Tel. +385 (0)52 757 122

1,3,4,5,6,7

11:00 - 15:00

18:00 - 23:00

I, D, E

Noodles with lobster •

Hummer

Bandnudein mit

Antonia

Crvene Uvale bb, Zambratija

Tel. +385 (0)52 759 565

I, D, E

Mulino

Škrile 75 a, Buje

Tel. +385 (0)52 725 300

www.mulino.hr

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

08:00 - 01:00

I, D, E, SLO

Wild asparagus souffle’ -Fish carpaccio-

Pasta with lobster • Wildspargelsouffle’ -

Fisch Carpaccio - Teigwaren mit Hummer

Sergio

Digitronska 21, Buje

Tel. +385 (0)52 772 005

1,2,3,5,6,7

08:00 - 23:00

I, D, SLO

Specialities based on game and fish •

Spezialitäten mit Wild und Fisch

Sergio

Šaini 2a, Novigrad

Tel. +385 (0)52 757 714

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 15:00

18:00 - 23:00

I, D, E

Brodetto and polenta- Noodles with lobster

• Brodetto und Polenta- Bandnudein

mit Hummer

Furia

Smilovići 145, Momjan

Tel. +385 (0)52 779 001

www.furia.hr

1,2,4,5,6,7

11:00 - 23:00

I, E

Specialities with truffles- Game- Grilled

meat • Hausspezialitaten mit Truffeln-

Wild- Fleisch vom Grill

Taverns / Tavernen

Nono

Umaška 36, Petrovija

Tel. +385 (0)52 740 160

2,3,4,5,6,7

11:00 - 23:00

I, D, E

Seasonal asparagus, mushroom and Truffel

menu • Sasional menu aus Spargel,

Pilze und Truffel

Astarea

Ronkova 6, Brtonigla

Tel. +385 (0)52 774 384

GSM. +385 (0)91 539 68 89

www.konoba-astarea-brtonigla.com

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

11:00 - 23:00

I, D

Lamb pod pekom (prepared under a baking

lid) Grilled fish- Black risotto • Lammfleisch

pod pekom ( unter der Backglocke zubereitet

)-Fisch vom Grill - Tintenfischrisotto

Morgan

Bracanija, Buje

Tel. +385 (0)52 774 520

1,3,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 15:00; 18:00 - 22:00

Wild boar with polenta- Roasted cock- Meat

prepared under a baking lid • Wildschwein

mit Polenta- Brathahnchen- Fleisch unter

der Backglocke zubereitet

Tabasco

Bolnička 8, Novigrad

GSM. +385 (0)98 420 314

1,3,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 15:00

18:00 - 23:00

I, D, E

I


La Parenzana

Volpija 3, Buje

Tel. +385 (0)52 777 460

www.parenzana.com.hr

1,3,4,5,6,7

07:00 - 23:00

I, D, E

Pljukanci (hausgemachtes

nudeln) mit pilzen, “Fritule” in Feigensauce,

typische Istrianische Küche.

Pljukanci (traditional Istrian pasta) with

mushrooms, “fritule” in figs sauce, traditional

Istrian cuisine •

Buščina

Buščina 18, Marija na Krasu

Tel. +385 (0)52 732 088

www.konoba-buscina.hr

1,3,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 24:00

Dishes cooked under the “peka”, specialities

with Istrian beef, truffles, fish • Gerichte

gebachen unten die “Peka”, Spezialitäten

mit istrianisches Rind, tüffeln, fisch.

Stari podrum

Most 52, Momjan

Tel. +385 (0)52 779 152

GSM. +385 (0)98 580 166

1,2,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 22:00

I, E, SLO

Pasta with truffles, meat fom grill • Nudeln

mit Trüffeln, Fleisch vom Grill

Rino

Momjan 49, Momjan

Tel. +385 (0)52 779 170

www.prelac.com

1,3,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 22:00

Pasta with truffles- Gnocchi with game •

Teigwaren mit Truffein- Gnocchi mit Wild

San Martin

Zemljoradnička 11, Umag

GSM. +385 (0)98 927 83 37

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

09:00 - 24:00

I, D, E

Ravioli with pork, cheese, radicchio and

mushrooms, wild asparagus, meat and

Ravioli mit Schwein-fleisch,

Käse, Radicchio und Pilzen, Wildsparglen,

Fleisch und Fich vom Grill

fish from grill •

Pino

Katunari Piscine 30, Brtonigla

Tel. +385 (0)52 774 311

GSM. +385 (0)95 855 47 38

1,3,4,5,6,7

11:00 - 23:00

I, D

Tagliatelle with truffle- “Fiorentina “ beefsteak

• Tagliatelle mit Truffein- Fiorentiner

Steak vom Grill

Pjero

Kremenje 99, Momjan

Tel. +385 (0)52 779 200

2,3,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 22:00

Meals with truffles, pasta with wild asparagus

and mushrooms • Spezialitäten

mit Trüffeln, Nudeln mit Wildspargeln und

Pilzen

Malo Selo

Fratrija bb, Buje

Tel. +385 (0)52 777 332

www.villa-vilola.hr

1,2,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 22:00

Ravioli with truffles- Noodles with hen •

Ravioli mit Truffein - Gnocchi mit Huhn

Agritourism / Erlebnisbauernhof

Dešković

Kostanjica 58, Kostanjica

Tel. +385 (0)52 776 315

6, 7

13:00 - 22:00

Home-made ham, home-made pasta,

istrian “manestra”, veal under the “peka”

• Hausgemachtes Schinken, hausgemachtes

Pasta, istrianischs “Manestra”, Kalb

gebachen in die “Peka”

Tončić

Čabarnica 42, Zrenj

Tel. +385 (0)52 644 146

6, 7

Home-made ham, lamb with potatoes,

gnocchi with rabbit sauce • Hausgemachtes

Schinken, Lamb mit Kartoffeln, Gnocchi

mit Kaninchen Sauce

Montižel

Montižel 59, Završje

Tel. +385 (0)52 776 212

www.pincin-monticello.hr

Home-made ham, pasta with truffles, gnocchi

with game • Hausgemachtes Schinken,

Nudeln mit Trüffeln, Gnocchi mit Wild

Sinković

San Mauro 157, Momjan

Tel. +385 (0)52 779 033

www.sinkovic.hr

6, 7

12:00 - 22:00

Home-made ham, tartufone • Hausgemachtes

Schinken, Tartufone

Vinerino

Druskovic 8, Brtonigla

Tel. +385 (0)52 774 417

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

17:00 - 23:00

weekend: 11:00 - 23:00

I, E

Home-made ham, gnocchi with vegetables,

home-made bacon, soups • Hausgemachtes

Schinken, Gnocchi mit Gemüse, hausgemachtes

Speck, verschiedene Suppen

Radešić

Punta 80 a, Krasica

Tel. +385 (0)52 776 001

2,3,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 22:00

I, E

Winemakers / Winzer

Kabola

Kremenje bb, Momjan

Tel. +385 (0)52 779 047, 779 208

www.kabola.hr

2,3,4,5,6

10:00 - 15:00

I, E

Moreno Coronica

Koreniki 86, Umag

Tel. +385 (0)52 730 357

GSM. +385 (0)98 334 378

I, E

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Kozlović

Vale 78, Momjan

Tel. +385 (0)52 779 177

www.kozlovic.hr

1,3,5

11:00 - 15:00

I, E

Moreno Degrassi

Bašanija bb, Savudrija

Tel. +385 (0)52 759 250

GSM. +385 (0)98 259 144

www.degrassi.hr

1,3,5

11:00 - 15:00

CUJ - Kraljević

Farnežine 5, Marija na Krasu

Tel. +385 (0)52 732 385

GSM. +385 (0)98 219 277

www.cuj.hr

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

09:00 - 15:00

I, D, E, ESP

Clai Bijele Zemlje

Brajki 104, Krasica

GSM. +385 (0)91 577 6364

1,3,5

11:00 - 15:00

I, D

Istravino

Palih boraca 17, Brtonigla

Tel. +385 (0)52 774 717

www.istravino-rijeka.hr

1,3,5

11:00 - 15:00

Veralda

Kršin 3, Brtonigla

Tel. +385 (0)52 774 111

GSM. +385 (0)98 205 507

www.veralda.hr

1,3,5

11:00 - 15:00

I, D, E

Duvilio Zigante

Kostanjica 66, Kostanjica

Tel. +385 (0)52 776 320

GSM. +385 (0)91 253 53 92

www.vina-zigante.hr

1,3,5

11:00 - 15:00

Cattunar

Nova Vas 94, Brtonigla

Tel. +385 (0)52 774 722

GSM. +385 (0)98 327 441

www.vina-cattunar.hr

1,3,5

11:00 - 15:00

I, D

Gambaletto

Brajki 103, Krasica

GSM. +385 (0)91 591 8707

www.gambaletto.com

1,3,5

11:00 - 15:00

Celega

Garibaldi 43, Buje

GSM. +385 (0)91 511 5157

1,3,5

11:00 - 15:00

Sinković

Sv. Mauro 107, Momjan

Tel. +385 (0)52 779 033

www.sinkovic.hr

1,3,5

11:00 - 15:00

I, D, E

Olive growers / Olivenbauern

Klaudio Ipša

Ipši 10, Livade

Tel. +385 (0)52 664 010

GSM. +385 (0)98 219 538

www.ipsa-maslinovaulja.hr

1,3,5

11:00 - 15:00

Alojzije Pavlović

Crveni Vrh, Savudrija

Tel. +385 (0)52 737 097

1,3,5

11:00 - 15:00

I, D, E

Marija Buršić

Nova Vas, Brtonigla

Tel. +385 (0)52 774 102

GSM. +385 (0)91 540 29 60

www.bursic.net

1,3,5

11:00 - 15:00

I, D, E

Nino Ćinić

Krasica 40, Buje

Tel. +385 (0)52 776 164

GSM. +385 (0)91 529 55 21

1,3,5

11:00 - 15:00

Al Torcio

Strada Contessa 22a, Novigrad

Tel. +385 (0)52 758 093

GSM. +385 (0)98 929 28 73

www.altorcio.hr

1,3,5

15:00 - 18:00

I, D

Uljara Babić

Stancija Vinjeri bb, Novigrad

Tel. +385 (0)52 758 701

GSM. +385 (0)98 335 460

www.uljara-babic.hr

1,3,5

11:00 - 15:00

I, D, E

Uljara CUJ

Farnežine 5, Marija na Krasu

Tel. +385 (0)52 732 385

GSM. +385 (0)98 219 277

www.cuj.hr

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

09:00 - 15:00

I, D, E, ESP

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Kabola

Kremenje bb, Momjan

Tel. +385 (0)52 779 047

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

11.00 -15.00

I, D, E

Veralda

Kršin 3, Brtonigla

Tel. +385 (0)52 774 111

GSM. +385 (0)98 205 507

www.veralda.hr

1,3,5

11:00 - 15:00

I, D, E

Wine-tasting shops and stores

with Istrian products /

Onotheke und Geschäfte der

typischen Produkten aus Istrien

Enoteca Zigante

Gorjana 5, Grožnjan

Tel. +385 (0)52 721 999

www.zigantetartufi.com

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

09:00 - 22:00

Delicatessen Zigante

Trg J.B. Tita, Buje

Tel. +385 (0)52 772 125

www.zigantetartufi.com

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

09:00 - 21:00

I, D, E

“San Rocco” Food & Wine

Bunarska 2, Brtonigla

Tel. +385 (0)52 774 704

GSM. +385 (0)91 523 97 16

www.san-rocco.hr

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

12:00 - 24:00

Loggia

Matka Laginje bb, Oprtalj

Tel. +385 (0)52 644 219

GSM. +385 (0)91 555 70 28

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

10:00 - 20:00

Vinoteka Veralda

Garibaldijeva 28, Umag

Tel. +385 (0)52 774 111

www.veralda.hr

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

09:00 - 23:00

I, D, E

Rigo

Velika ulica 5, Novigrad

Tel. +385 (0)52 758 681

GSM. +385 (0)98 804 667

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

09:00 - 22:00

I, D, E, FR

Other / Sonstiges

Cave / Höhle

Mramornica

St. Drušković 20, Brtonigla

Tel. +385 (0)52 774 313

GSM. +385 (0)99 250 29 58

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

10:00 - 18:00

I, D, E

Accommodation facilities

in northwestern Istria

Unterkünfte in Nordwest

Istrien

Kempinski Hotel Adriatic*****

Alberi 300 A, 52475 Savudrija

Tel. +385 (0)52 707 000; Fax. +385 (0)52 707 011

E-mail: reservations.adriatic@kempinski.com

www.kempinski-adriatic.com

Hotel Sol Coral *****

Katoro bb, 52470 Umag

Tel. +385 (0)52 701 000

www.istraturist.com

Hotel Sol Garden Istra ****

Katoro bb, 52470 Umag

Tel. +385 (0)52 716 000

www.istraturist.com

Hotel Sol Umag ****

Jadranska bb, 52470 Umag

Tel. +385 (0)52 714 000

www.istraturist.com

Hotel Sol Aurora ****

Katoro bb, 52470 Umag

Tel. +385 (0)52 717 000

www.istraturist.com

Naselje Istrian Villas ****

Savudrijska cesta bb, 52470 Umag

Tel. +385 (0)52 710 550

www.istraturist.com

Hotel San Rocco ****

Srednja ulica 2, 52474 Brtonigla

Tel +385 (0)52 725 000

www.san-rocco.hr

Hotel Casino Mulino ****

Škrile 75/a, 52460 BUJE

Tel. +385 (0)52 725 300

www.mulino.hr

Hotel Villa Rosetta ****

Crvena uvala 31, 52475 Zambratija

Tel. +385 (0)52 725 710

www.villarosetta.hr

Hotel Maestral ****

Terre bb, 52466 Novigrad

Tel. +385 (0)52 757 557

www.laguna-novigrad.hr

Hotel Nautika ****

Sv. Antona 15, 52466 Novigrad

Tel. +385 (0)52 600 400

www.nauticahotels.com

Rezidencija Skiper ****

Alberi 300, 52475 Savudrija

Tel. +385 (0)52 708 000

www.skiper.net

Hotel Sipar ***

Jadranska bb, 52470 Umag

Tel. +385 (0)52 741 233

www.istraturist.com

Hotel La Parenzana ***

Volpia 3, 52460 Buje

Tel. +385 (0)52 777 460

www.parenzana.com

Villa Vilola ***

Umaška 2/a, 52475 Zambratija

Tel. +385 (0)52 759 940

www.villa-vilola.hr

Hotel Kristal ***

Obala J.B. Tita 9, 52470 Umag

Tel. +385 (0)52 700 000

www.hotel-kristal.com

Villa Punta ***

Šetalište V. Gortana 24, 52470 Umag

GSM. +385 (0)91 20 60 475

www.punta-umag.com

Hotel Laguna ***

Terre bb, 52466 Novigrad

Tel. +385 (0)52 757 050

www.laguna-novigrad.hr

Pansion Santa Marija

Gradska vrata 37, 52466 Novigrad

Tel. +385 (0)52 757 444

www.santa-marija.hr

Hotel i Villa Cittar ***

Prolaz Venecija 1, 52466 Novigrad

Tel. +385 (0)52 757 737

www.cittar.hr

Hotel Makin ***

Istarska 1, 52466 Novigrad

Tel. +385 (0)52 757 714

www.istra.com/makin

Hotel Plovanija ***

Portoroška 3, Plovanija, 52460 Buje

+385 (0)52 752 222

Pansion Kolo

Kršin 37, 52466 Novigrad

Tel. +385 (0)52 758 658

www.kolo-pansion.hr

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Tourist Boards

Tourismusverbände

TZ Umag

Trgovačka 6, 52470 Umag

Tel. +385 (0)52 741 363

Fax. +385 (0)52 741 649

info@istria-umag.com

www.istria-umag.com

TZ Novigrad

Porporela 1, 52466 Novigrad

Tel. +385 (0)52 757 075

+385 (0)52 758 011

Fax. +385 (0)52 757 075

info@novigrad-cittanova.hr

www.novigrad-cittanova.hr

TZ Savudrija

Istarska 2, 52475 Savudrija

Tel. +385 (0)52 759 659

Fax. +385 (0)52 759 855

info@istria-savudrija.com

www.istria-savudrija.com

TZ Brtonigla

Glavna 3/A, 52474 Brtonigla

Tel. +385 (0)52 774 307

Fax. +385 (0)52 720 860

info@tzo-brtonigla.hr

www.istria-brtonigla.com

TZ Buje

Istarske 2, 52460 Buje

Tel. +385 (0)52 773 353

Fax. +385 (0)52 773 353

tzg-buja@pu.t-com.hr

www.istria-buje-buie.com

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