The story of the unique location
Cape Kamenjak and why it’s worth to experience it by boat
It’s the wild rugged beauty and end-of-the-world vibe of this small peninsula just south of Pula that have earned it cult status among.
An undeveloped protected nature reserve, showcases a carpet of heath plants, shrubs and wildflowers. It’s fringed by a string of pebble bays and secluded rocky beaches, surrounded by crystalline blue-green sea. It gets busy in summer but there’s always an empty beach to escape to if you're on a boat, plus a fun beach bars for socialising.
The archipelago of medulin consists of about 10 small islands. These islands are uninhabited and are an ideal daily setting for those wishing to experience the charm and vigor of intact nature. The following islands are ideal for whole-day boat excursions since they offer catering facilities: Ceja, Levan and Bodulas.
The island of Bodulas in the Medulin bay, is called also "cow island" since in the summer you can actually see the cows on the island. There is also a small grill restaurant and a pier where you can tie down the boat located on the north-west side. The water is crystal clean, perfect for snorkeling.
The island has dimensions of approximately 150 m and is well known for the dinosaur traces being discovered in 1974. There are 146 traces of dinosaurs deployed in six trackways. The traces are more than 90 million years old. This is significant as one of the richest sites of dinosaur footprints rate in Europe. Its one of several fossil remains of dinosaurus on Croatian ground. The Island of Fenoliga can be reached only by boat. Please advise with our staff about winds and weather before leaving to see Fenoliga island.
Porer lighthouse island
The island is an 80 m cliff, 2.5 km from the mainland and. Built on the same named rocky island 80 m wide, 2.5 km from the coast, the lighthouse Porer is located at the extreme southern tip of Istria Western Cape, Cape Kamenjak. Built in 1833, his lantern rises to 35m and is the tallest in Istria. Lighthouse is still active. Beyond the lighhouse Porer is open sea with strong currents. Please advise with our staff about the day's winds and weather before leaving to see Porer island.