Apartments and private accommodation Brtonigla

Brtonigla is a picturesque little village in the county of Istria in Croatia. It is located in the northwest of the Istrian peninsula halfway between Novigrad and Buje. It is situated on a hill surrounded by vineyards and olive groves. It was first mentioned in the 13th century called Ortonegro, which derives from the Roman name for the black garden, because of the color of the soil around the town. Brtonigla is typical for Istria, and it consists...

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Holiday home Manda

Brtonigla

From sea 9 km
Capacity 6 persons

from 100 €

Holiday home Manda ( Brtonigla)

Brtonigla-Nova Vas, mini house with pool, 4 + 2, 100 eur / night

Categorization Categorization -  Manda

From the sea 9 km
Capacity 6 persons

Price from 100 €

Tourist guide - Brtonigla

Brtonigla  - Coat of Arms Brtonigla is a picturesque little village in the county of Istria in Croatia. It is located in the northwest of the Istrian peninsula halfway between Novigrad and Buje. It is situated on a hill surrounded by vineyards and olive groves. It was first mentioned in the 13th century called Ortonegro, which derives from the Roman name for the black garden, because of the color of the soil around the town. Brtonigla is typical for Istria, and it consists of vineyards, old olive groves, the various paths that lead to the lush meadows and dense forests. Brtonigla has a population of 1500 inhabitants. The inhabitants are mostly engaged in agriculture, olive oil and wine production, and lately in tourism. It is ideal for a slightly different type of vacation in unspoiled nature surrounded by peace, tranquility, clean air and delicious local food. Therefore, it is an attractive destination for many tourists from around the world who can find accommodation in quality and very comfortable apartments, rooms and luxury holiday homes. In the old part of town you should visit the parish church of St. Zenon from the 15th century, the church of St. Roko from the 14th century, an interesting gallery of Aleksandar Rukavina, and famous wineries and wine cellars that offer best wines of the region. Local dishes and specialties from the wood-fired oven, meat of boškarin (an Istrian type of cattle) and meals of fresh seafood can be tasted in typical Istrian agritourism and rural households. If you need refreshment, head for the nearest beach Karigador, which is located just 7 kilometers away and is marked by a blue flag. Nearby Brtoniga, you can have fun in Aquapark Istralandia, discover the beautiful Istrian landscapes on many bike and hiking trails, explore a cave Mramornica or visit natural park Škarline with lush green canyon and Škarline stream. Visit Brtonigla, this picturesque and typical Istrian village where you will spend holidays surrounded by preserved nature, clean air and delicious home-made food, all this close to clear blue Adriatic sea. Search for affordable private accommodation in Brtonigla. Apartments, rooms and holiday homes in Brtonigla cheaper up to 40% without expensive agency fees. Welcome to Brtonigla!

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