The Inland

Truffle forests, vineyards and olive groves dominate the green hills in the interior of Istria. This extraordinary landscape is crowned by ancient mountain villages to be discovered by bike, motorcycle or car. Numerous vineyards, agriturismos and first-class restaurants invite you to discover the delicacies of this region.


An unusual attraction is the ruined city of Dvigrad. In the Middle Ages, many residents of the town were victims of the plague, until the city was finally abandoned in 1671 and left to decay. Today, the remains of about



A particularly recommended destination is the small medieval village of Grožnjan, perched on a hill above the Mirna Valley. The former Venetian fortress from the 14th Century was left to decay, until in the



The small mountain village Motovun is perched majestic above the Mirna Valley and the surrounding truffle forests. Its medieval fortress character ist still today very impressive. From the city wall the view to the



Svetvinčenat is the only Renaissance town of Istria. Marked by the well-preserved castle of the family Morisin-Grimani from 1589 with its characteristic towers, the loggia and St Mary's Church, form the Renaissance


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