The Beach Bijeca (Medulin, Istria)This popular sandy beach extents one km along the coast, and it is attractive for young people who play water games in the shallow water. Directly on the beach you can rent the different equipment for sea fun and sports.
Beach Bijeca Info
Premantura (Medulin, Istria)Premantura is enclosed in a nature that not many places can boast of. The southest point of the town is Cape Kamenjak – a protected landscape 9.5 km long, 1.5 km wide, with altogether 30 km of indented and intact coastline. There are rare the places in the world where the sea is so blue-green, so clean as here at the southernmost cape of Istria.
Lighthouse Porer (Medulin, Istria)It was built in 1833 at the top of the cliff which is bearing the same name. It is situated south-east of the southern cape of the Istrian peninsula. The Lighthouse consists of a high round stone tower and a ground floor building having an area of 220 m2 in total.
Medulin archipelago: Ceja, Levan, BodulasIf you are seeking adventure, visit one of the many small islands of the Medulin archipelago - Ceja, Levan or Bodulaš. They can be easily reached by boat, taxi boat or you can even rent a boat and make it a one day excursion. Moreover, the Medulin archipelago is a heaven for windsurfers, water skies and divers. Another possible activity is go fishing with the local fishermen or dive into the stillness of the underwater world. Maybe, if you're an adventurer you would like to see it all from above? Then choose a panoramic flight by sports plane.
The Church of Saint Agnez (Medulin, Istria)The Church of Saint Agnez was built in 1893. It is the ony church in Istria with two bell towers which can be seen from a bigger distance. The church is often visited during the summer as a part of the cultural manifestation held in Medulin since there are many concert that are kept inside the church.
Medulin, Travel Guide for holidays in Medulin, Istria
The history of Medulin dates back to prehistoric time. There were found ancient settlements, ruins and necropolises that belonged to ancient inhabitants,the Histri. Medulin is known as well, for its findings from the Roman time, as here old Roman villas were located, the most known of which is the one on the Vižula peninsula, the second largest in Istria, which is still visible. It can still be seen that it had 12 kinds of marble and thanks to the objects found inside the villa, it can be established that the former elite lived there. Near the villa archeologists found somee remains of settlements where life existed up to the 6th century. The inhabitants of this town almost a hundred years ago started to take care about the appearance of their town and in 1909 they founded the Society for Adorning Medulin. At that time the amazing beauties of this area attracted Paul Kupelwieser as well, an Austrian industrial magnate who owned the Brijuni islands. Planning on developing tourism, he bought a part of the Medulin coastline along with the Kaštej peninsula.
Today the municipality and town of Medulin belong to the most representative destination of Istrian tourism since it offers a lot of private accommodatio, hotels, camps.
While in Medulin explore the Vižules archaeological site with ruins of Roman villas and tour the old windmills by the sea. While enjoying the various offerings of Medulin, take some time to visit ancient Pula, Istrian Mummies, National Park Brijuni, National Park Plitvice Lakes, Nature Park Cape Kamenjak, Venice and many other beautiful sights on the Istrian peninsula. At one of the many festivities held during the summertime you can try some of the specialties of Medulin such as crab sald, cuttlefish risotto, Istrian prosciutto or any of the aromatic specialties made with truffles. You can enjoy yourself and relax during concerts of classical music, visit restaurants and dance on their terraces or visit one of the night clubs and entertain yourself until the morning. While in Medulin, don’t miss the opportunity to visit other nearby tourist centers such as Rovinj, Poreč, Pazin and Umag.
Medulin – Things to do
While in Medulin enyoing your vacation you can visit some of the islannd of the Medulin arrchipelago. It is a real paradies for lovers of nature. Islands Ceja, Levan, Bodulaš are perfect for the whole day excursion since they offer catering facilities. Besides the Medulin archipelago is ideal for windsurfers, water skies and perfect for diving. You can reach all islands by your own boat, taxi boat or you can rent a boat.
Also, Medulin Riviera is ideal cyclists since the area has one of the most beautiful mountain bike trails in Istria. The Medulin trail is about 60km long and the main trail consists of four additional ones. In Medulin there are also many other possibilities such as horse riding, tennis, beach volleyball. While enjoying the various offerings of Medulin, take some time to visit ancient Pula, Istrian Mummies, National Park Brijuni, Nature Park Cape Kamenjak, Venice, Baredine Cave or take part of a panoramic flight over the whole area. Furthermore at one of the many festivities held during the summertime you can taste some of the specialties of Medulin such as crab sald, cuttlefish risotto, Istrian prosciutto or any of the aromatic specialties made with truffles. You can enjoy and relax during concerts of classical music, dance on open terraces or visit one of the night clubs and entertain yourself until the morning.
Medulin – Entertainments and events
Medulin is ideal for young people. Especialy during the summertime there are many beach bars and several clubs that offer entertainment and an exciting night life such as Summer Club, Imperial, Barracuda beach bar and others. The more more mature population may choose to spend their evenings on summer terraces where is offerend various types of live music.
Medulin – Service Information
Regional Number Code 052
Police Department 192;
Fire Department 193;
Bus Station 502-997;
Airport Pula 550-900;
Tourist Office 577-145;
Railway Pula 541-733;
General Information 981.
Medulin – How to reach us
You can reach Medulin from many directions and with various transportations: By bus which connects the city Pula and Medulin as well as a local bus that connect Medulin with the nearer locationsa; By train from the train station in Pula and then from here by bus oder taxi; By boat to the major ports or by personal boat to the smaller ports or marinas in the city; By plane to the airport Pula and by organized bus to the city: By personal vehicle which is the most secure and individual way of traveling. Medulin has its own exit on the Istrian Y, which is the main road that connects all the biggest location in Istria.