Nestled on the Adriatic Sea's northwestern coast, Umag is a captivating Croatian town that effortlessly combines historical charm with modern allure. Read more

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Known for its Venetian houses, Mediterranean ambiance, and prestigious tennis tournaments, Umag is a haven for both history aficionados and sports enthusiasts. Umag traces its roots back to the Roman era, evident in the town's layout and various historical remnants. With its narrow, winding streets and picturesque squares, it's a living testament to the Mediterranean’s age-old allure. The town is not just rich in history but also offers a contemporary touch, especially with its marina buzzing with yachts and the annual ATP Croatia Open tennis tournament drawing international attention.
Its coastline, sprinkled with small bays and islets, is a paradise for sun-seekers and water sports enthusiasts. Umag is also strategically located near the borders of Slovenia and Italy, making it a cosmopolitan hub where cultures meld seamlessly.
Umag's blend of historical charm, sporting events, and stunning coastline ensures that visitors leave with memories of both relaxation and exhilaration. Whether it's delving into its ancient past or soaking up the sun, this Croatian gem promises an unforgettable experience.

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Umag Town Walls

The remnants of the medieval walls offer a glimpse into the town's fortified past, with some sections offering panoramic views of the surrounding area.

Church of St. Roche

A charming church built in the 16th century, it stands as a testament to Umag's rich religious heritage.

Umag Marina

A vibrant hub for yacht enthusiasts, the marina is a great spot to enjoy the town's modern pulse amidst the azure waters of the Adriatic.

ATP Croatia Open

An annual tennis tournament that draws international players and fans, making Umag a sporting hotspot every summer.

Savudrija Lighthouse

Located near Umag, it's the oldest lighthouse in Croatia, offering panoramic views of the sea and a peek into maritime history.

City Museum of Umag

Chronicles the town's rich history, showcasing artifacts from its Roman, Byzantine, and Venetian eras.

Katoro Beach

A popular spot for both locals and tourists, this pebble beach offers crystal clear waters and numerous recreational activities.

Umag Old Town

Wander through the narrow alleys, discover quaint cafes, and admire Venetian-style homes in this historic heart of the town.

Aquarium Umag

A small but fascinating place to get a closer look at the Adriatic Sea's marine life.

Trg Slobode

The town's main square is bustling with activity, surrounded by terraced cafes and offering a genuine feel of Umag's day-to-day life.

What else to visit
In and around Umag

Piran (10.44 km)

Piran, a Venetian time capsule on Slovenia's Adriatic coast, captures hearts with its romantic charm. This seaside haven is a mosaic of medieval architecture, sun-warmed stones, and historic tales whispered by the sea breeze.

Poreč (23.61 km)

Poreč, perched along the Istrian peninsula's western coast, is a radiant mosaic of ancient Roman streets, pristine beaches, and a lively Adriatic spirit. Dive into its rich history while soaking up the sun.

Motovun (26.16 km)

An enchanting hilltop town where the essence of ancient Istria is preserved amidst cobbled streets and panoramic vistas. Overlooking the Mirna River valley, this medieval marvel is an architectural gem and a magnet for cultural enthusiasts.

Trieste (31.18 km)

Trieste, a port city with a rich history, is located in the north-east of Italy. Explore its picturesque streets, elegant squares and places where the influence of Austrian, Slovenian and Italian cultures mingle to give the city its unique character.

Miramare Castle (33.31 km)

Nestled on a rocky promontory overlooking the serene Gulf of Trieste, Miramare Castle is a picturesque and opulent 19th-century residence.

Portopiccolo Sistiana (34.76 km)

Portopiccolo Sistiana, a hidden gem along Italy's Adriatic coast, promises visitors an unparalleled blend of luxury, natural beauty, and a touch of historical charm.

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