5 based on 23 reviews
The Agro-millo is an agricultural family operated business in which the very members of the family carry out with great are their own duty inside the agricultural undertaking as well as in their own olive-groves and in the oil mill during the period of milling. The undertaking can rely on a surface area of 7 hectares covered with olive trees in western inland of Istria, in the area of Buje, which was appreciated for the esteemed quality of its olive oil as far as from the time of ancient Romans.
If you are near the vicinity of Buje do drop by. it is not a shop so you will need to be looking for it. The Olive Mill is in Kracisa and you drive down an unmarked road to get to it. You get a nice view along the way. These guys are award winning olive miller and they use some of the latest eco-friendly technology to cold press the olives. A family runned business and very friendly. Just drive in and ask to poke around the production plant. They will drop everything and give you an impromptu tour which is wonderful. October is the harvest month if you are looking for some action. You can also buy their extra virgin olive oil to take home. All of their olives are cold pressed within 24 hours after harvest. As you would notice I am a fan!
5 based on 14 reviews
Camelus Adventures is a small but active adventure tour operator, specialized in outdoor tourism in Istria, Croatia anche the western Balkans. We operate in Tunisia and Senegal too. We organize: * ENDURO GUIDED TOURS (soft/medium enduro * 4WD excursions (you can come with Your vehicle or with our vehicles) * MTBikes rent & tours on the famous Parenzana ex-railway * Parenzana MTBike shuttle service * 4WD / enduro raids (3-4 days, 1 week or 2 weeks) in the Balkans or Tunisia or Senegal
Abbiamo partecipato ad un bellissimo viaggio con 4x4 e moto enduro in Tunisia con Franz di Camelus, devo dire che abbiamo fatto quello che dentro di noi cercavamo ed arrivati a casa abbiamo veramente apprezzato tutto anche ciò che al momento ci era sembrato "meno bello". Un grazie a tutti
4.5 based on 10 reviews
You can taste the dedication, passion and soul of the wine maker Dimetri. His dedication for the wine is so amazing that You can see it in every step of the process until wine is uncorked to be serve. On the other hand Ivana our wine tour staff was amazing too. She took us to every single corner of the winery briefing Us all the information need to understand why the wine was so amazing. Rooftop breath taking view and amazing setup just to hang out and read a book and enjoy a bottle of wine. The Terrace the same way with amazing view looking over vineyard and the olive plantation. Overall a 5 star winery with heart, sould, passion and dedication for the wine. 100% natural wine which is so call "Orange Wine". We just love it and filled up the car quickly for sure. Thank You again Ivana, Dimetri and Giorgio for making such of a perfect wine and for your dedication to serve all of us your customers!!!! Angel Colom
4 based on 17 reviews
Buje is 2000 years old. There is something to see: very old buildings (closed?) which has been restaured such as churches and campaniles, towers, etc... When we where there , very few tourist were visiting.. The old city is 10 minutes walking from the newer portion. But when we reach it, it was empty I cannot understand this lack of interest . There was no one in the city who could help us. We bought truffle products at this tartufi shop. They have a good choice. But you can find the same products elsewhere as Zigante is all over Istria. So do not use your time in vain. Skip Buje. This is sad.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
The words and the fusion combine and give new definition for the place,Its amazing giving you all sorts of known material and describing its randomness full of persons.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
The St. Servulus church rises in the heart of the ancient Buje town, on the highest point of the hill where the town is located. So the traditional town's nickname, "Sentinel of Istria", is particularly suited to the imposing bell tower of the church, which is open to visits and climbing on which (a highly recommended experience) enjoys a wide circular Panorama, which in the clear days embraces land belonging to four nations (Croatia, Slovenia, Italy and Austria), as well as the not far Adriatic Sea.
It's no surprise therefore that in such an eminent place, then loaded with symbolic values, before a Christian church a Roman temple was built.
As for the church itself, its rough facade contrasts with the elaborate and elegant portal that occupies its central part.
The interior dates back to the eighteenth century, when a radical remake of the previous church, dating back to the 13th century, was carried out (many elements of the ancient church are still visible on the façade).
The interior has an imposing barrel vault with frescoes. Among other items, the statues of the saints Servolo and Sebastiano, by the sculptor Giovanni Marchiori,
deserve a mention, as well as it deserves it the imposing organ, dating back to the restoration of the church (1791) and manufactured by a renowned Venetian master, Gaetano Callido.
5 based on 2 reviews
Istria is a well known region in Croatia for olive oil. We produce and sell extra virgin olive oil since 1997 and we are happy to invite you tasting an extra quality selection that you will never forget!Try another dimension of your mind and let your body be health!
4 based on 1 reviews
Bella chiesa, in tipico stile slavo.
Gli interni sono molto più belli rispetto all'esterno, dove il giallo delle pareti è troppo invasivo.
Bellissima la statua della Madonna, cui la chiesa è dedicata
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