I-39031 Brunico
Piazza Gilm 2
T +39 0474 553551
F +39 0474 771295

€ 95.000

Overall area: 150 m²
Living area: 120 m²
Kulturgattung: -
Widmung: -
Višnjan (HR), Building ground
H11 VISNJAN / Istria (CROATIA): Visnjan The village lies along the beautiful Adriatic coast in northwest Croatia on the Istrian peninsula, one of the most scenic parts of the country. This small town is located between the two Visnjan historic and picturesque towns of Novigrad and Porec. The Istrian peninsula is the region take the most developed infrastructure, the most extensive and varied availability of leisure activities such as sailing, jet skiing, tennis, golf, a multifaceted cultural offerings and impressive history. Nestled in this idyllic and peaceful hills we sell this Baugrundstück.Neben the stunning sea views this property has the advantage that an individual house completely according to the owner's wishes can be built up to 200m2 with a living area of ​​approximately 120m2. Features: Magnificent sea views and stunning views of forests, olive groves and vineyards. On the equipment and can mostly be taken individually by the purchaser influence. It can either be just the plot, and a built by the seller of individual small or large detached or semi-detached house in the local architectural style are sold. A large pool is optional.

Višnjan (Italian: Visignano) is a village and municipality in Istria, Croatia. Višnjan is the site of Višnjan Observatory (an astronomical observatory). The observatory is home of several long-running international summer programs for youth in astronomy, archeology, marine biology and other disciplines.


Višnjan is located 12 kilometers east of Poreč and 3 kilometers west of Pula-Koper road. Višnjan is located on elevation of 244m and average municipality elevation is between 200-300m. One of the most notable sinkholes in Istria, Baredina, is located in the municipality.


According to the 2001 census Višnjan had a population of 625 with a total municipal population of 2187 of which 71.7% were Croats, 9.1% were Italians and 6.2% declared themselves as Istrians. Like most settlements in Istrian interior Višnjan is experiencing depopulation in the last decades as people are migrating towards the coast.


In the village of Strpačići, 1 km from Višnjan copper earrings and needles were found. Illyrians came to the region somewhere between 2000 and 1000 BC and were later replaced by Celts. The remains of the Celtic era... Read more...


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