Umag is a town and port located on the north-western shore of the Istrian peninsula. It is on the very horn of the peninsula and just 10 km from the border with the Republic of Slovenia, which makes it, together with Savudrija, the most western place in Croatia. Umag I well connected with the rest of the country via road and air traffic and this makes it one of the most frequently visited tourist places in Istria, especially during the summer when the famous ATP tennis tour takes place in the town. In Umag vicinity we can find the place under the name of Valica (in Italian Valizza) which is surrounded by magnificent nature and is located near the beautiful Kanegra beach and the river of Dragonja. Umag's hinterland is still concealing less known tourist attractions, such as hiking, speleology and other activities for the true adventure lovers. Umag's surroundings, as well as the town itself, are places with a long tourist tradition. Tourism successfully developed in this area given its favorable geographical location and abundance of natural beauties. The development of tourism is closely linked to the development of agriculture. The fertile soil is especially convenient for growing olives and grape vine, the traditional cultures characteristic of this Mediterranean area. Gardening also developed along with the agriculture, so today we can visit numerous wine roads all over the area.