Grožnjan & Novigrad 9.3.2019
It was a slow weekend and Andreja suggested visiting Croatia. So at the noon, we set on our way. The first stop was in Grožnjan, a small town on inland Istria. This medieval settlement on the hill has a long history. Today just around 150 people there. The place is known as a town of artists with 20 galleries and many festivals. We walked around, had a drink, and fritule. From Parenzana (ex railroad) there is a beautiful view of this place. For lunch, we moved to Novigrad. At Lungomare, I had tuna steak, nothing special. In return, we taught about stopping in Umag but there was some road repair and we continued to home.