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Enjoy the central Istria in one of the 8 intimate and luxuriously renovated traditional stone houses - each with a unique fire place. Relax, bike, hike, swim, or enjoy the pool surrounded with the forest where the river Mirna meets the ancient mill. Video on you tube URL:
Kotli was once the leading economic village of the Hum area - Humstina, with well-known millers and tailors. The water mill has been preserved to this day. Today Kotli is a protected rural complex with preserved courtyards, outer staircases, arched passages and picturesque chimneys. The River Mirna flows through the village forming waterfalls and hollowing cauldron-like forms in stone that gave the village its name (Croatian kotao).
In this cultural monument, on the Glagolitic lane, history glimmers even in the 21st century.
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Saturday check-in (registration) - from 16 clock - to 19 clock
Saturday check-out - to 11 clock
Tourist tax € 1.33 per person/day
Included in Price are linen, towels, beach towels, pool and garden maintenance, barbecue, wi-fi, final cleaning
To confirm your reservation you need to pay 30% of the total amount. Balance should be payed on arrival in Kotli.
Bicycles will be charged EUR 10 per day.
The pets are 5 Euros per day.
Park and pool are divided with other guests.
The deposit (payable on arrival in cash) of 200 € is for security and shall be refunded at departure.
The green inland Istria is known as a paradise for nature lovers. The mountains, rivers, forest trails and rocks offer everyone the opportunity to get to know the country of Istria peninsula on its own way and experience.
This can be achieved through different activities that are available to anyone in the area of Kotli.
The walk goes through the village and follows the river Mirna: it starts at the source and ends in the town of Buzet. On the way you will find many natural beauties, such as. B. waterfalls, ponds, abandoned villages and gorges. The same route is also suitable for cycling.
Few kilometers from the village of Kotli is a ranch, where you can ride to the insured polygon, under the supervision of young instructors. For visitors with more experience also cross-country tours through troughs of rivers can be organized, which offers an unforgettable experience.
The area of Kotli is known for truffles and asparagus.
For the adrenaline-lovers, we can the 'Enduro' drive through the forest path organize.
If you want to experience Istra bird's-eye view, we offer you the possibility of a balloon flight. But even a glider flight at the nearby mountain could be a unique experience for you. Only 20 km from Kotli there is an 18-hole golf course. For culture lovers there is the possibility to visit the historically valuable and charming town of Motovun.
To mention one of many other activities, you can, for example, "free climben", in one of the most popular European destinations within 10 km from Kotli.
The Adriatic see holds 35 to 40 km, (Novigrad Opatija). Gourmets delight in wine routes and olive gardens, which are also located in the area.
Although it consists of only fifteen or so house, the old village of Kotli is one of the most attractive vacation resorts in central Istria. It is located east of Buzet in the valley of the River Rečina, which after connecting with the rivulet Draga, continues to flow as the River Mirna, the longest and most known Istrian river. Rečina is the official name of the river, by which it is marked on most maps, but the people who live in the valley call it Mirna. In autumn, when the snow starts to melt on Učka and Ćićarija, and after the rains, it fills with water, and during the summer, after long droughts, it can completely disappear.
Till the 2nd World War there was no primary school in the village, so the children had to walk several kilometers to the school in Hum, which was established in the mid 19th century. During the years the school was closed, the children went to school in Buzet. Through the valley of the River Rečina, and all the way to Buzet, there is an underpinned path which the children took to go to school, and the villagers to take their products to the annual June fair in Sveti Ivan near Buzet.
In past centuries, Kotli was the biggest and wealthiest village in the Hum area – Humstina, with more than hundred inhabitants. After the 2nd World War, as has happened in many villages and towns in central Istria, a lot of people left. The villagers of Kotli went to Buzet, and areas around Poreč and Kopar, and tried to make ends meet there, while the time has taken its toll on the abandoned village house. In the 1970's census, it was recorded that there are still 14 people living in Kotli, but soon they left too, and the village remained empty and dead. Today, Kotli is alive only »on paper« – in the last census in 2001, it was recorded that there is only one inhabitant.
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