|At the Maneštra Festival in Gračišće|
Maneštra is a typical Istrian dish: this is a thick soup, similar to Italian minestrone. Here in the village, there's an annual festival dedicated to this local specialty.
M is also for Mirna
This is the name of Istria's longest river. It has its source at a spring near Buzet, and joins the Adriatic Sea near the city of Novigrad, 53 km away.
|The Mirna River (Photo credit: Istria Tourist Board)|
M is also for Marenda, a light meal eaten between breakfast and lunch.
M is also for Motovun, Istria's most photographed hilltop town, and the venue of one of Croatia's best-known film festivals.