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Needed something to do for the day as it’s not much fun sunbathing in the rain!
Be warned, it’s quite a hill! Wear comfy shoes & take some money to buy a drink at the top.
You’ll also need a camera as the views from...More
I was there in the afternoon... I was very impress with this place is unique and romantic. I have found it as well very peaceful
The views from the top are stunning.
This is the smallest city in the world is worth it go around...More
We did a detour to this hilltop village during our stay in Rovinj. We spent a night here. Enjoyed our evening walk around the Ancient City Walls which offered panoramic views of the valley surrouding this medieval hilltop village. Do get up early in the...More
This was a great choice for detour from Opatija and not going to Pula. Being here off season, not many tourists and staying at b&b was a great stop before going to Plitvice nationalpark. Best choice ever due to restaurant Montona Gallery where we spent...More
If you've been to Tuscany, then you know what to expect - but without the crowds. Motovun is quiet, pleasant, plenty of bars, restaurants and great views over the surrounding countryside. you can walk round the town walls for a small fee - which goes...More
Motovun is one of the most popular of Istria's medieval hilltop villages - but most visitors come on a day trip only, whereas we stayed for a fortnight and had a really lovely holiday. We were so glad we chose Motovun, as it's lively but...More
We came here on a day trip after visiting Grožnjan, and we wished we had spent more time in Grožnjan and skipped Motovun. It's old and historic but we found nothing charming about it. It's more of a tourist trap. First we had to pay...More
Due to the high position of the town all visiting traffic is forbidden and must park in a designated parking lot. You then board a small shuttle bus plying between the parking lot and the base of Motovun. Transfers take about ten minutes. Leaving the...More