Muntić (mǔnːtich, latin Rumeianum, ital. Monticchio (Polesano)) is a village in Southeastern Istria, Croatia. The etymological meaning is traced to the Latin, mòns, or monticulus, which means hill or little mountain.
The village of Muntić is located 9 km (5.6 mi) from the ancient town of Pula, near the Pula airport. Muntić is situated on the top of a hill, from which you have a complete view of the southeastern Pula territory. As you head east away from the village, you will find the pre-Roman site of Nesactium, and Budava bay.
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