Known worldwide for its ATP tennis tournament, this Croatian seaside town is a great destination for holidays and relaxation. The crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic bathe 45 kilometres of spectacular coastline.

The most crystal-clear waters in the Adriatic

The 29-metre-tall Savudrija lighthouse is the oldest in Croatia and shows the way to Umag from the south of the Gulf of Trieste. Next to Liberty Square, the central hub of the city, is the beautiful 16th-century Church of the Assumption with its Baroque-influenced façade. At the entrance to the old town, the 16th-century Church of San Roche is home to some beautiful oil paintings. The small city museum is also well worth a visit. And if you plan to spend your holidays in Umag, another alternative is just to bask in the sun on one of its many beaches, the most popular of which are Aurora, Canova, Kanegra and Sol Polynesia.

The official currency is the kuna. Many places accept payment in euros.
Most of the population speaks a dialect of Croatian called Cakasvski.
The quality of Internet access is good in hotels. Some bars and restaurants also offer free Wi-Fi to customers.
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Summers are hot and sunny, winters are long and very cold. The temperature ranges from -3⁰C to 33⁰C during the year.

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