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Medulin

Medulin

Medulin, once the antique Mutila, has four settlements nowadays: Medulin, Pomer, Banjole, and Premanturu. Extremely long indented coastline surrounded by a low islets, a unique sandy beach of Medulin, Bijeca, a kilometer long attracts families with small children. Medulin islets of the archipelago - Ceja, Levan or Bodulaša are perfect for swimming, diving or fishing.

Premantura
Ancient place where had been found the valuable statue of Minerva, stored in the Pula Archeological Museum. Along with Premantura is a unique 9.5 long and narrow peninsula Kamenjak, surrounded by a 30-kilometer long coastline, full of miniature beaches and small islands with crystal-green-blue Sea.
Banjole is a fishing village with a port, oriented to the private accommodation.
Pomer
The settlement is located on the west side of the bay, with marina with 280 berths and dry connection.
There is also Vinkuran - far known for its stone. In the ancient time of the Roman quarries Cave stone blocks were taken for the Pula Arena. In the summer of today, the art colony is held in the quarry.
This is the region with a rich fishing tradition, cords and local cuisine such as salad of edible crab, black risotto or brodetto. There is Istrian ham, pasta- fuzi, zgvacet with veal and aromatic specialties with the famous truffles.
Young people know Medulin for its famous night club, and on numerous terraces playing music alive. If your interest is in the sport - here certainly it will not be missed, offering the surfing, sailing, diving, horseback riding, water skiing. In Medulin and surrounding areas you will always be situated near the sea.
Discover magic in Medulin, any time of year!
You only have to accept the invitation.

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Istra (Istria) - Town Fairs

Istra (Istria) - Town FairsIstra (Istria) has a centuries-old tradition of trade fairs which Istrian towns keep alive. Fairs are places where people trade, meet, communicate, have fun as always…

Bale, Barban – 2nd Saturday
Buzet – 1st Friday and 3rd Thursday
Labin – 3rd Wednsday
Motovun – 3rd Monday
Pazin – 1st Tuesday
Svetvinčenat – 3rd Saturday
Višnjan - 1st Thursday
Vodnjan – 1st Saturday
Žminj - 2nd Wednesday and St. Bartol's Fair – last Saturday in August
Pula – every Saturday in Ciscutti St. the fair of antiquities, numismatics and collectibles
Tel:+385 51 272 222
Fax:+385 51 740 027
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