Istria, Croatia's largest peninsula situated at northwest Adria, is rich in diversity combining the greenery of fertile fields with the long, picturesque coastline and numerous islands and basins. Owing to its favorable location, Istria is highly accessible through all European routes throughout the year withits inviting climate.

Istria is a touristic paradise that offersauthentic beauty and a wide range of accommodation units on the coast as well as in mainland, with various facilities appropriate for every age.

Umag is first and foremost famous for being venue of the international ATP tennis tournament held there each year since 1990. Other summer festivities include Golden Lion – the international festival of chamber theatre and Motovun Film Festival, which takes places every July in the vicinity of Umag, its reputation stretching far beyond the country’s borders.

Umag takes pride in cycling tracks that connect it to neighboring municipalities, but also walkaways where you may bask in the natural wonders and richness of the Mediterranean climate. As is the case throughout Istria, there is an abundance oflocal taverns that offer authentic Istrian dishes and sea specials. Wine cellar tours and tastingis especially popular, as well as tours of olive gardens where you can taste the prized olive oil.