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Dive into the Unforgettable Places of Moščenićka Draga

Mošćenička Draga used to be a small fishing village, but now it’s like a precious gem on the Opatija Riviera. There are about 1,500 people who live there. During the busy season, more than 2,500 visitors come to enjoy the beautiful surroundings. You can stay in cozy private homes, two hotels (Marina and Mediteran) or the Autocamp Draga. There are also lovely holiday houses, many of which are old stone houses that have been fixed up. If you love the sea, there are even luxurious villas along the promenade that offer rooms and apartments. 

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Mošćenička Draga isn’t just about where to stay; it’s also a great place to eat and have fun. There are fish and meat restaurants that serve delicious meals. And if you’re into sports and nature walks, you’re in luck! The town has lots of opportunities for that. 

But that’s not all – Mošćenička Draga is proud of its history and culture. You can explore old towns like Mošćenice and Brseč, check out beautiful churches, and learn about the Glagolitic heritage. So, whether you’re into relaxing by the sea, trying tasty food, or discovering the past, Mošćenička Draga has something for everyone!  


Discover Brseč, a quaint hilltop town overlooking the sea and the birthplace of Eugen Kumičić. This medieval gem is home to unique attractions like the world’s smallest theater, Theater OZ, and scenic paths leading to beaches and viewpoints – Klančac beach being a local favorite. 

Our adventure began by parking near Istra’s entrance and walking from there. A map at the first intersection guided us left, and we found stairs leading down on the right. Passing through city gates, we spotted Eugen Kumičić’s bust, reaching the main extension with cisterns and an old elementary school. Turning right down a narrow passage, we passed the Oz Theater and reached Eugen Kumičić’s birthplace.


Our journey continued to the olive mill. A path to the right led to the church of St. Juraj, then to the church of the Holy Cross, and finally a pedestrian path to St. Magdalena, offering stunning sea views. For a comprehensive view of Brseč and the cave, turn right at the first intersection, follow the road, and take another right into a dead end. Walk to the end of the street, find a path turning left from the main road, and follow it to the viewpoint and the cave. Keep in mind that the terrain may not be suitable in rainy weather, and make sure you’re prepared for a pleasant stroll!

Mythic Park

Embark on a journey with us to the captivating cross-border Mythic Par. Here the villages of Rodik in Slovenia and Mošćenička Draga in Croatia come together in a mythical embrace. Picture this: lush landscapes, quaint villages, and echoes of ancient tales all around.


As we explored, the very essence of mythical cultural heritage unfolded before our eyes. Themed trails guided us through untouched nature and traditional architecture. They offered a unique glimpse into the oral traditions that once shaped people’s understanding of the world. These stories revealed the mysteries of human origins, community, the creation of our world, and the intricate dance between life and death.

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The adventure got even more intriguing at the visitor centers. In Trebišći, we were immersed in the enchanting realm of Slavic mythology. Meanwhile, in Rodik, a rich tapestry unfolds as we explore diverse worldviews – from the mythical and scientific to the artistic. 

But that’s not all – as we traversed this mythical landscape, artistic stone signposts and sculptures emerged like ancient whispers, marking fragments of thematic traditions. It was a journey where nature and mythology intertwined, creating a one-of-a-kind experience. 

What Other Places of Moščenićka Draga You Shouldn't Miss?

High above Mošćenička Draga lies the historic town of Mošćenica. Exploring this charming place, you’ll discover key landmarks like the old castle, the main city gate, an ancient olive mill, and the scenic church of St. Andrije. Across from the old town, a statue of St. Ivan Nepomuk stands tall. 

Our adventure took us up 700 steps to reach Mošćenica. The journey started from St. Ivan beach, winding through a forest and crossing the main road. Not to worry, there are signs every 100 steps to guide you on the stairs. 


As you approach Mošćenice, you’ll enter from the back, passing the guardhouse and the historic main city gate. The passage holds a museum, and beyond it, you’ll find the olive mill, known as “toš.” Continuing straight leads you to the church of St. Andrije, and just in front, an extension called Kostinac offers a viewpoint with a breathtaking look over Mošćenička Draga and Sipar beach. 

The old part of Mošćenice is still alive with residents, and wandering through its narrow streets offers a glimpse into the city’s past. Exiting the city, past the castle, an entrance to Vodna draga awaits. This path leads to Mošćenička Draga along a stream, featuring a water source and a tunnel along the trail. 

We Invite You To Explore It!

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In Mošćenička Draga and its surroundings, every step is a discovery, inviting you to relax, explore, and savor the unique blend of history, culture, and nature. Whether you’re drawn to coastal beauty, ancient tales, or panoramic vistas, this enchanting region has something special waiting for you. Come, immerse yourself in the allure of Mošćenička Draga!  

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