Apartments and private accommodation Buje

Buje is a picturesque small town in Istria, Croatia. It is located in the northwest of the Istrian peninsula, near the border with Slovenia, and only ten kilometers away from the sea and the tourist town of Umag. The old town has developed on top of the hill and it offers panoramic views over the Istrian peninsula. It has been historically known as a guard of Istria. Buje has a long and rich history, it was inhabited by ancient Histri, after them...

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Apartments Studios Kaštel

Buje

From sea 7 km
Capacity 12 persons

on request

Holiday home Castelvenere

Buje

From sea 7 km
Capacity 8 persons

from 165 €

Apartments Studios Kaštel ( Buje)

Istrian Village Apartments are located in the Istrian region Buje, at 70 m above sea level, where sea and mountain streams, which is especially beneficial for people with chronic illnesses and is a short drive (7 miles) from the most beautiful beaches of the Istrian Kanegra. Kanegra beach is blue flag carrier - confirmation of water quality and clean environment. Buja territory extends from the River Mirna to the River Dragonja, which also marks the border with Slovenia. This land is undulating and hilly covered with vineyards, olive groves and fields sprinkled with oak, oaks and pine forests, karst belt is full of interesting geological phenomena and heaths Mediterranean vegetation amongst which thyme and juniper. Area Bujština todays best known wine growing area of Istria with many wine cellars and agrotouristic households. Nearby there are also very attractive medieval towns most notably Grožnjan, Momjan and Završje. We offer 4 fully furnished apartments equipped with: air conditioning, heating, internet access ... Guests at the disposal of the stone fireplace in the spacious backyard equipped with outdoor furniture and childrens play area for football. Relax in a quiet place, in a pleasant atmosphere.

Categorization Categorization -  Studios Kaštel

From the sea 7 km
Capacity 12 persons

Price on request

Holiday home Castelvenere ( Buje)

Our beautiful house is located in the northwest of Istria, in a village called Kastel (Castelvenere), near the border between Slovenia and Croatia, 140 meters above the Secovlje saltworks and in the immediate vicinity of the Adriatic Sea. You can enjoy in a house of 177m2, which is on a plot of 1000m2 with a swimming pool (25m2) and an outdoor tavern with a grill, and is surrounded by a large garden with various fruit trees such as cherry, fig, pear, pomegranate, grapes You can consume fresh (different fruits grow depending on the time of your stay). The house has two floors. On the ground floor, there is so-called "tavern", a large indoor gathering space where you can enjoy yourself with your family and friends with a glass of wine, beer, and enjoy amazing food prepared in the kitchen or in an indoor fireplace. The room contains an internal fireplace, a kitchen, a bathroom, and a large table for 10 people with a living area. We are sure that you will enjoy our house, where the entire ground floor (inside and outside - all connected) is made for enjoying your time spent in our house. On the first floor, there is an apartment with four rooms, a bathroom, toilet, kitchen, living room with a dining area, and a large terrace with panoramic views, where you can enjoy the view and your morning coffee.

Categorization Categorization -  Castelvenere

From the sea 7 km
Capacity 8 persons

Price from 165 €

Tourist guide - Buje

Buje  - Coat of Arms Buje is a picturesque small town in Istria, Croatia. It is located in the northwest of the Istrian peninsula, near the border with Slovenia, and only ten kilometers away from the sea and the tourist town of Umag. The old town has developed on top of the hill and it offers panoramic views over the Istrian peninsula. It has been historically known as a guard of Istria. Buje has a long and rich history, it was inhabited by ancient Histri, after them Romans, and in the 7th century, Croatians and Italians. A small fortress is situated on the top of the hill. The castle was first mentioned in the 10th century as Castrum Bugle, which was then under the administration of the Patriarchate of Aquileia. At the beginning of the 15th century, Buje came under Venetian rule, under which it remained until the end of the 18th century. The following century and a half it was under Austrian rule, and finally, after World War 2 was merged into Croatia. Today Buje has about 5,000 inhabitants who are mostly engaged in agriculture, olive oil and wine production, and crafts. Recently, tourism started developing thanks to the vicinity to the sea, beautiful nature and rich cultural and historical heritage. Friendly hosts offer accommodation in small family-run hotels, apartments, rooms and holiday homes. In the old town, you can visit a parish church of St. Servul with a bell tower from the 15th century, which offers an unforgettable view of the entire northwest region of Istria. Here is also the church of Our Lady of Mercy from the 16th century, and the tower of St. Martin, one of the remains of the defensive walls of the city from Venetian times. Surrounding of Buje is intertwined with beautiful bike trails, wine roads and olive oil roads where you can taste Istrian cuisine and great homemade wine. Of many daily trips, we recommend to visit Umag and its beautiful pebbles beaches and visit the largest Istrian aquapark Istralandia. Visit Buje, this picturesque little town, and enjoy its famous wine routes, rich cultural heritage and beautiful nature that surrounds it. Search for private accommodation in Buje. Apartments, rooms and holiday homes in Buje cheaper and up to 40% without expensive agency fees. Welcome to Buje!

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