Archeology in Muggia: discover ancient history

The origins of Muggia from prehistoric ruins The oldest traces of Muggia appear to be the castelliere of Elleri, an important archeological site, located on the peak of Monte Castellier, where early settlements have been documented. Excavations between the 1980s and 1990s, restored the original structure of the site, but only a limited part marking […]

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Lenardon: Oil and wine over a hundred years old

The Lenardon farm in Muggia produces extra virgin olive oil and high quality local wine, reflecting the flavors of the area. The territory, olive tree and Lenardon family The Lenardon family has been producing oil for over 100 years, but the trees are much older. Trees in the province of Trieste are thought to be […]

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Parenzana: biking on the old railway trail

Biking from Trieste to Porec in three stages This route is very popular as it retraces the old narrow gauge railway trail from Trieste to Porec. This route is now open from Rio Ospo (Ospo stream), about 2 km from Muggia, until the train station, a few hundred meters from the old town center of […]

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A taste of Muggia: discover local producers

Food and wine to discover the territory Once upon a time: “In 2003, the Guardian newspaper bought a basket with 20 fresh products. Pears from Argentina, peas from South Africa, tomatoes from Saudi Arabia and salad from Spain. The total distance traveled by the basket was 100,000 miles, equivalent to half of the Earth-Moon distance!” […]

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Muggia’s beaches

Beaches in Muggia during your tour The sea is everything in Muggia and its inhabitants love enjoying summer at the beach. Relax on the sea shore at some of the most popular beaches loved by locals: San Rocco Beach Club: this beach establishment is a few steps from the Porto San Rocco Marina where you […]

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