Novi Vinodolski with about 5.000 inhabitants is a popular holiday and sea resort situated on the Adriatic coast of Kvarner Bay, south of Crikvenica and north of Senj. Vinodol means wine valley and refers to the big vineyards in the hinterland where also other kinds of fruit and vegetables are grown. Besides viniculture the increasing tourism industry plays an important role. Due to the mild Mediterranean climate, the evergreen forests and spectacular beaches Novi Vinodolski attracts thousands of tourists every year. Plaza Gradska Lisanj Beach with its mixture of sand, gravel and rocky stretches was awarded with the Blue Flag.
The town offers numerous hotels, holiday apartments and bungalows for accommodation. Yet especially in the last years more and more people want to purchase their own villa, house, or apartment in Novi Vinodolski and its surroundings to stay there whenever they want, rent it for the rest of the year or just use it as a solid investment. But although there is a growing real estate market in Novi Vinodolski, prices are still on a lower level than in many other parts of the Croatian Adriatic coast.
The growing tourism industry provides lots of amenities and numerous facilities for sports and free-time activities. In the harbor you can hire boats or yachts to explore the Adriatic Sea and near-by islands and have beautiful views of the coastline. But it is also possible to escape from overcrowded places and find relaxation and recreation in the forests or vineyards of the hinterland. Lonely coves invite you to have a swim in crystal-clear water, to snorkel or sunbath.
It is said that the area of Novi Vinodolski has been inhabited since prehistoric times and some Roman artefacts and remains were found in the old town and its surroundings. One of the oldest legal texts about the regulation of use and ownership of land during feudalism was written in the Frankopan Fortress in 1288. Nowadays the fortress includes a museum with Roman and medieval exhibits as well as a large collection of traditional costumes. In memory of this historic document a fountain was built on the town´s main square in 1988. Worth a visit is also the church Sv. Filip i Jakov with the baroque altar and the impressive picture of the Virgin Mary.
The typical white facades of the small houses with the red roofs in the old town and along the hill create a wonderful contrast to the clear blue sky and the dark-blue sea. The narrow lanes and the pedestrian zone called Korzo with handcraft and souvenir shops invite for a stroll. In the numerous cafes, kanobas and restaurants you can enjoy traditional dishes and freshly caught fish. Since the beginning of the twentieth century more and more hotels have been built and Novi Vinodolski has achieved an excellent reputation as a seaside resort but has never lost its traditional Mediterranean charm.
So, Novi Vinodolski might be a great destination for your villa, house, or apartment. All our properties for sale in Novi Vinodolski are located directly at the seafront or include sea views.
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