At Stella Maris Resort, we fulfil the wishes of all our guests, whether you're looking for a luxurious villa right on the beautiful Adriatic coast or dreaming of an unforgettable apartment holiday with your whole family. Tennis lovers will be thrilled, as Stella Maris Resort also offers a tennis school. After all, this is a town with tennis in its heart. Our youngest guests always love the pirate ship, and your whole family is guaranteed to enjoy themselves with our wide range of activities, from water aerobics to diving, cycling, or a great film under the stars at the open-air cinema.
From villas to beaches
Stella Maris Resort apartments offer relaxation right by the coast for those whose holiday soundtrack isn't complete without the sound of the waves, while those who want to experience the solitude of the forest can choose apartments immersed in the lush green landscape. Guests can stay in stunning Istrian-style villas, as well as a wide selection of camping pitches that offer something for every camper – such as an excellent selection of mobile homes.
Make sure not to miss Laguna Stella Maris beach, which boasts a Blue Flag. This beautiful pebble beach surrounded by fragrant pines is just a brief stroll from the centre of Umag that ends at a bridge. The bridge separates the lagoon from the rest of the coastline, and guests love this beach both because of this bridge and because of its easy sea entry. All those who aren't fans of walking can reach the beach by tourist train; one of the stops is right at Laguna. For those who prefer getting around on two wheels, Park and Ride bike rental service is available.
Umag - Croatia's tennis capital
Guests of Stella Maris Resort should make sure not to miss one of Umag's landmarks: the ATP stadium, which bears the name of Croatian tennis great Goran Ivanišević. Since 1990, the Plava Laguna Croatia Open ATP tennis tournament has been held here, but the stadium itself also offers numerous concerts of local and international stars, such as Sea Star Festival, which draws thousands of young people every spring.