Savudrija Croatia

Savudrija is an old fishing town, situated in the northwestern part of Istrian peninsula. The area is rich in historical and cultural monuments and works of art.

The Savudrija lighthouse, built in 1818, is the northernmost Croatian lighthouse (near the Slovenian border). It is situated at a cape bearing the same name, surrounded by hotels, restaurants and beaches.

According to some, the battle of Savudrija, in which the Venetians sunk the Barbarossa fleet, inspired works of Tintoretto.

The area provides all kinds of leisure and sporting activities both on land and in the water.

Not forgetting the remains of a Roman port, Roman settlement of Sipar and numerous popular restaurants and taverns.

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