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Unfinished house for sale near Pazin, Istria

€110,000
Sale | Locations: Istria, Pazin | 1372 lot size | beds
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Unfinished house for sale near Pazin, Istria

Unfinished house for sale near Pazin, Istria located only a few minutes walk from the center of the town, measuring 168 m2. Well built, good location. It has a very large lot of 1372 m2, ready for further works.

Welcome to Istria, a heart-shaped piece of heaven on the Adriatic. This beautiful piece of land is the largest peninsula in the Adriatic sea, known for their mild climate, clear blue sea and overflowing with natural beauties and heritage that you are yet to discover. It is located between the Gulf of Trieste and the Kvarner Gulf, and this area includes the Ucka mountain ridge and a few rivers, such as Dragonja, Mirna, Pazincica and Rasa, creating a wonderful surrounding to enjoy yourself in. Basically, whatever city you go for in Istria, you can’t go wrong, as each one is special in its own way, and it is also easy to base yourself in one city and explore the others day by day cause everything is within one hour of distance.

Some of the most popular destinations in Istria are Pula (with Arena, the Roman amphitheatre that is considered to be the best preserved amphitheatre outside of Italy), Porec (with Euphrasian Basilica from the 6th century that is listed as UNESCO’s World Heritage site) Rovinj ( with an archipelago of 20 small islands and islets in front of it) Umag ( known for the famous ATP Croatian Open Umag tennis tournament) andBrijuni (14 islands that are protected as a national park for their great value, beauty and remains of the old Roman settlements).

If you want to know more about Istra, click here: Istra, heart-shaped piece of heaven in croatia.