Grimalda is another ancient Istrian village located at 447 meters above sea level. It is first mentioned in written sources in 1202, when it came under the rule of the Patriarchate of Aquileia. There are two churches in the village and both are dedicated to St. George. Today in Grimaldi you can enjoy top quality wines of the same name that go well with local Istrian specialties from Boshkarin. Locals also call this place a lookout point of Istria, so from Grimalde you can enjoy one of the most beautiful views of the whole of Istria, its ruins that revive past times, and especially the large blue accumulation lake - Butoniga, which supplies the whole area all the way to Pula. water.
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