Miha´s Homestead, Pisari

Where there is no noise, no hustle and bustle and no urban decoration, there is the Miha´s Homestead. The estate has four houses and is surrounded by the green valley of the River Reka, with a view of the karst edge on one side and the edge of the Pregara plateau on the other.
There are plenty of marked walking and cycling paths in the surroundings, and the sea is not far away. The karst edge (Osp, Črni Kal) is a well-known paradise for climbers. In addition to the picturesque nature, the hinterland of Slovenian Istria has typical Istrian village architecture and, of course, an offer of Istrian delicacies, as well as fine wines and olive oil.
The Miha´s homestead dates back to 1875. It was named after the owner who farmed here in the years before the Second World War.

Miha´s Homestead today

Today, this set of four stone houses has been carefully restored and protected as a cultural heritage site. It is an example of a poor Istrian homestead, stylishly furnished inside, but of course not lacking in the living comfort required today.

The house is surrounded by an enclosed courtyard - a courtyard with all the stone furniture and sufficient green cover provided by a pergola and a mulberry tree, the ground is partly paved and partly grassed. In short, you are presented with an authentic view and living environment of a traditional Istrian house.

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