Umag Guide

Umag

Umag in Istria is the first town you reach when accessing Istria from Western Europe. Umag conquers you with its allure, diversity and rich tourist offer. Umag is a town of around 13.000 inhabitants, has 45 km of the coastline and an interesting hinterland integrating the region-specific features, and, thus, perhaps the best introduction into the different experiences of the Mediterranean. The hinterland of Umag boasts with beautiful hills with fortifications, providing magnificent scenery and marvelous history, abundance of autochthonous agricultural specialties and friendly hosts.

What to see

  • Umag Old Town
  • Savudrija and lighthouse
  • Gallery Marin

What to do

Discover Umag’s fascinating history while walking through its narrow, cobbled streets, enjoy friendly atmphosphere and fresh air of this lovely coastal town.

Where to eat

  • La Capannina
  • Badi Restaurant

What to see

Umag Old Town
Savudrija and lighthouse
Gallery Marin

What to do

Truffle and Wine Tour
Enjoy a day at luxury resort with a golf courts, restaurants and bars.

Where to eat

La Capannina

Located on the coast, this lovely place includes restaurant with fresh fish and delicious food, beach  bar for fine cocktails and music nights.

Badi Restaurant

A small fishing village of Lovrečica found its place under the sun halfway between the towns of Umag and Novigrad. One of the special features of its beautiful surrounding is the Badi Restaurant. Thanks to the high level of quality and professionalism, the restaurant is one of the top 100 restaurants in Croatia, receiving awards from foreign organizations and websites as well.

The Badurina-Badi family runs the restaurant since 1986. It is because of that very special family atmosphere and top quality service that Badi became popular both in Croatia and abroad. Guests from Italy, Austria, Slovenia and all over Croatia are the best proof of that.