Central Istria | Croatia

Located in beautiful town of Saint Peter (Sveti Petar u Šumi) in Central Istria.

Small town got its name after the Benedictine monastery, which appears in historical documents from 1174. Unlike other Istrian villages and towns where a settlement was built on a hilltop with a church and its tower, with the edges of the hill dotted with houses, at Saint Peter there were no houses around either the church or the monastery. Its inhabitants lived a bit further away, in scattered hamlets situated next to fields and vineyards, on the edges of karst plains filled with the red soil they cultivated, just the way it is today.

Location is as exquisite as the villa itself and provides you with countless opportunities for getting to know this part of Croatia. You will have lots of fun on the Istrian wine roads, the olive oil paths or whether you want to meet the rich culture of medieval towns, play golf or have fun in the water park. The coastal part offers a lot of activities on the sea and the charming towns and places that will win you with its cultural and gastronomic offer.

Supermarket – 1km
Local bar – 1km
Church and Monastery – 1km
Restuarant – 500m

Pazin – 8km
Rovinj – 25 km
Poreč – 25km
Pula – 45 km

Pula Airport – 45 km | Official Page
Rijeka Airport – 90 km
Trieste Airport (Italy) – 130km
Ljubljana Airport (Slovenia) – 190 km