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Umag is the westernmost resort town of Istria and Croatia. Rest in Umag can be pleasantly combined with excursions to the European towns of Venice, Triest and Ljubljana. Umag is also famous as the place where the annual international professional tennis tournament called Croatia Open of the ATP series akes place. The Croatia Open tournament has taken place every July since The best clay tennis court of Croatia is located in Umag.
The tennis racket is the symbol of the town of Umag. There are many well-equipped sports centres and facilities for doing different kinds of sport in Umag. Umag is an ancient town founded in the times of the Roman Empire on a small island connected to the mainland by a small isthmus, and which later became a large trade centre of the region. Umag was first mentioned in book is the 7th century. In , when the Republic of Yugoslavia disintegrated, Umag became part of the state of Croatia. The Umag region has two official languages — Croatian and Italian.
Umag is special because of the way it neighbours with the natural beauty and the masterpieces of ancient architecture of the Illyrians, Celts and Romans. The most famous landmark of Umag is the Church of St Rok , which was built in after an epidemic of plague. The most interesting architectural monuments of Umag are: the Church of St Pelegrin 14th century , the Church of St Nicholas 13th century , the Baroque Church of St Mary 15th century , the Museum of the town of Umag with many interesting exhibits of the city life of the previous centuries.
The Old City of Umag attracts with its numerous well-preserved old Venetian houses, where the people liked to spend the summer surrounded by pines and wonderful scenery, and those interested in ancient times will be interested in the remains of the mighty walls of the 14th century. The guests of Umag are attracted by the narrow cosy paved winding streets and the city squares of the Medieval period with cozy street cafes, shops and restaurants scattered everywhere.
In the environs of Umag there is the village of Lovrecice 7 km away from Umag , which is worthy of attention. It has very beautiful Baroque churches. There is also the village of Sveta-Marina-na-Krasu , in which there is the famous church of the Virgin 16th century. In Limski Zaljev not far from Umag there is the Limski Fjord, from which pirates used to raid the rich Venetian caravans. Limski Zaljev is also famous for its oysters. The small picturesque towns of Movotun and Groznian located 20 km away from Umag invite their guests to their cozy bars and restaurants of very tasty Croatian cuisine with delicate wines of the local vineyards — malvasia and pino.