52224, Trget, Croatia
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In the eastern part of Istria, 14 km from the center of Labin, 10 km southwest of the village center Within the picturesque Raąa bay, on the southeast coast of the Istrian peninsula is situated a small village of Trget. The name of the settlement was derived from the Latin”traiectum” (passage, crossing), where the inhabitants once used to pass the travelers to the bay. The life of the settlement came to an end at the end of the 19th century, when the port of Brąica was built for the cargo on the nearby minefield. In 2011, the village had 35 inhabitants. Its inhabitants are mainly engaged in fisheries and, to a lesser extent, agriculture (olive and vine production), but more are served on seagoing vessels. Trget is an old fishing village with a small port where are berthed multitude of boats, while during the summer the area of Trget and Raąa bay is full of sailboats, catamarans and yachts. Smaller yachts can berth along two small piers and in quarter mooring. Bura blows strongly from the east. Around the Trget have been discovered a multitude of ancient remains which testify of a rich and ancient past of this region. There is also a traditional Istrian tavern Martin Pescador where hosts serve shellfish grown in Raąa bay. The port offers a full range of services and fully trained and experienced labour force. Choose from our available boats (use the detailed search engine) and make a reservation.