The Buje Region extents from the river Mirna to the river Dragonja, which also marks the border line with the Republic of Slovenia.
Buje (Central Istria)
Buje, Travel Guide for holidays in Buje, Istria
Buje – Points of interests
Buje is a town located on a hill and with its castle and the bell tower of the cathedral from the 15th century dominates the surroundings fields covered with olive gorves, vieyards and fields sprinkled with oak, cerris and pine woods. This is an old Roman settlement under the name Bullea. Until today the town retained the features of a medieval fortified castle and formation with narrow alleys leading to the main square where there is a Venetian – Gothic palace from th 15th century and the loggia from the 16th century.
Today, the entire region of Buje is the most famous winegrowing part of Istria with numerous wine cellars and farmhouses (agritourism). There are lovely medieval towns in the vicinity; the most famous ones are Grožnjan, Momjan and Završje.
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