If you’ve picked the Medulin Riviera as your holiday destination, be sure to visit all its towns and villages as well as enjoy its many attractions. The area of the Medulin Riviera boasts numerous towns and villages that can make your holiday even more enjoyable and interesting. Places like Medulin, Pomer, Vinkuran, Premantura, Pješčana Uvala are interesting in all seasons. Many will say that they are most attractive in the summer when you can enjoy an interesting concert almost every evening, or sit by the sea in one of the beach bars, both options are great choices.
Children and adults will also enjoy a visit to Archaeological Park Vižula in Medulin and experience a story of ancient times.
Upper and Lower Kamenjak Nature Parks are beautiful all year round. You will be delighted by the intoxicating scents that spread from the hundreds of different plant species.
The beaches are also attractive, unique and diverse – rocky, pebbly, sandy… And those more remote, located on the islands, you can reach by your own boat, a taxi boat or a rental. Travel agencies can take you on an organized tour of the Medulin Riviera or a day trip and you can relax and enjoy the beauties of this area.
You can visit the Medulin Riviera by car, taxi, bicycle, but also by a rental car. If you want experience something special, take a panoramic flight over the Medulin Riviera. Many say that the view from above is breathtaking.
From the Medulin Riviera you can easily reach the surrounding towns and villages. The nearest is the city of Pula, only ten kilometres away. The history of the biggest Istrian city dates back 3,000 years, and will delight you with numerous ancient monuments such as the magnificent Arena. Take a walk through the Roman Forum, peek into the Temple of Augustus, stop by the Twin Gate and the Arch of the Sergii… There is a beautiful view from the Kaštel Fortress, which can be reached by an attractive panoramic elevator. Pula offers numerous attractions to all its visitors.
Not far from Pula you’ll find Fažana, a famous fishing town, and a little further away -Vodnjan, the town of murals, the town of the smallest street in the world, but also a town that boasts a collection of mummies and relics of saints in the Church of St. Blaise. There are as many as 370 relics in the collection, and the real scientific phenomenon is the incorrupt bodies of saints.
Only a few kilometres from Vodnjan, you’ll find Bale. It is a special little town with enchanting streets and numerous cultural monuments, such as the Bembo Castle and the Church of Visitation of Blessed Virgin Mary to St. Elizabeth.
If you go further from Bale, you will reach Rovinj, some say one of the most photogenic cities in the Mediterranean. Poreč is no less attractive, as well as other Istrian towns on the western and eastern coast. How to reach them? By your own car, taxi, rental car, but also by bus. Local buses run from Medulin to Pula, Fažana and Vodnjan, and from the Pula Bus Station you can take a bus to all Istrian towns, but also to many cities throughout Europe and Croatia.