The neighbourhood is nice and quiet, there are mostly private houses in the street. The beach is 400 meters walking distance and there are all kinds of beach - sand beach, rock beach, bar for parents with kids, bars for young people,...
Few words about the area:
The peninsula of unspoiled nature, a step away from central Europe, at the foot of snowy Alps, across the undulating fields of lavender, vineyards and olive groves to the endless blue of the Adriatic. The mild Mediterranean climate, medieval towns, church facades, the old rural households, traditional local dishes, romantic fireplaces and smells of wine cellars - and this is Istria. Everything is warm-hearted and friendly here: nature and people.
The historic core of the peninsula and the newer part of the land developed at the foundations of Roman remains, in the Middle Ages, feudal estate of the bishop of Trieste. The narrow, winding streets and picturesque squares, center, shows a typical medieval urban architecture. The surviving parts of the city wall from the Middle Ages. The Baroque parish church built in the 18th century, the organ in it are from the 1776th year.
The westernmost settlement of Istria and Croatia is a small fishermen’s village only 5 kilometers distant from Umag. Savudrija is dominated by a 36 m high lighthouse built in 1818, which is the oldest lighthouse on the Adriatic Coast, as well. It is also well known for the production of Istrian smoked ham. Savudria is located on the seafront, 6 km from the town center of Umag.