Property in Istria


Istra peninsula is considered the largest green oasis of the Northern Adriatic and one of the most popular destinations for foreign property buyers. The spectacular shoreline has numerous bays, charming old towns, and sunny beaches. Summer sea temperatures in Istria range from 23-27 Celsius. The coast and the islands are covered with pine woods and easily recognizable green macchia. The cuisine of Istria represents a special Croatian style of cooking, a blend of inland and coastal, with recipes rich in excellent fish and seafood. In the area of Umag there are numerous entertainment, cultural, culinary, music and other events, that enable visitors to become acquainted with the tradition of the town, its surroundings and the whole destination of Istria/Croatia. The excellent Istrian wines include Malmsey of Buje, Cabernet of Porec, Sauvignon and Merlot, as well as Terrano of Buzet.
Property in Istria
Buying property in Croatia continues to grow in popularity among buyers from EU. At the northern end, the peninsula of Istria contains many of the country’s most developed resorts along side old Venetian towns. Looking inland, Istria is characterized by sleepy hilltop villages mixing medieval architecture with rustic tranquility. Should Croatia achieve its aim of EU membership in 2006 or 2007, then there will have to be an equalising of prices across the regions which suggests it is still possible to find properties that are currently undervalued.

HOW TO GET THERE
Flights to Pula, Ljubljana or Venice can be found from Gatwick, Heathrow, Bristol and Manchester. Croatia Airlines flies from London or Manchester, to Pula or Zagreb. Regular domestic flights take place between Zagreb, Rijeka, Osijek, Brac, Dubrovnik, Pula, Split, Zadar.

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