The Melia Istrian Villas For Plava Laguna sit in the shade of a pine forest, just steps from a Blue Flag beach. Each villa can sleep up to eight people, and comes with its own well kept garden.
There’s a large outdoor pool for all guests to use, as well as an indoor pool in the Aqua Chill Out complex. You can make your own meals in your villa, or dine in the restaurants around the complex.
Melia Istrian Villas For Plava Laguna Istrian style villas, each with a private garden accommodating up to 8 people, are beautiful relaxation oases, hidden in a quiet, car-free corner of the Stella Maris Resort. To carry your luggage at arrival and departure, there are golf carts and a driver at your disposal.
Cars stay parked near the reception.
The Melia Istrian Villas For Plava Laguna sit in the shade of a pine forest, just a few steps from a Blue Flag beach.
Each villa comes with its own preened garden. Some have sea views, outdoor hammocks and private whirlpools, too.
There’s a big outdoor pool for all guests to use, as well as an indoor pool in the Aqua Chill Out complex. You can cook up your own meals in your villa, or dine in the restaurants around the complex.
The seaside city of Umag has a central location on the Istrian Riviera’s west coast, and a shoreline haloed by pebbly bays. Some are really quiet, with no watersports to speak of. That said, the sea visibility is brilliant, so Umag is prime snorkelling territory if you get fed up of swimming and sunbathing.
The terracotta-roofed old town is easily explored on foot. It’s closed off to traffic, comes with a sprinkling of quaint, Medieval churches, and a network of alleyways packed with restaurants and cafés.
Stroll along the seafront promenade and you’ll find yourself sandwiched between luxury yachts and a bevy of seafood restaurants. The restaurant calibre varies – some are all white linen tablecloths and Champagne and oysters. Others are cheap and cheerful and keep the focus on freshly-netted mussels and the local Malvasia wine.