Savudrija, an old fishermen's village and tourist resort, is the entrance to the riviera of Umag. Favreto boarding house and Paludetto and Alla Posta inns existed already at the time of Austrian sovereignty, and rooms were rented as well. The construction of the seaside health resort Grazer Anna Kinderspital (1908) was very important for tourism. Although the Graz Municipality had it built primarily for Styrian children, the health resort was also frequented by children from other parts of Austria. In 1925, Gamboc boarding house was erected (by Ivan Gamboc and his son Karlo), today called Moj Mir (My Peace).