This small Istrian town is perched on a hill north of Butoniga Lake. This exceptional position enables you to see over 130 towns, villages and churches of the Istrian peninsula from its bell tower.
The area of Vrh known as Vrhuvština comprises 17 villages with about 700 inhabitants. The town has 40 houses situated around the parish church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary.
The parish church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary from 1231 houses the most important monument known as the stone repository with decorative figures and a Glagolitic inscription. Another old architectural monument in Vrh is the chapel of St. Anthony the Abbot, built in the 15th century and reconstructed in 1894 which lies along the road, south of the town. On the chapel is a stone plaque with Glagolitic inscription indicating the year of construction, name of builder, priest and laymen who managed the church property.