PremanturaPremantura, placed at the south of Istria not far from the tourist center Pula, is built on the slightly raised part of the Cape of Kamenjak. The Cape's 30 km coastline is dotted with rock slabs, beaches, bays and small islands ideal for bathing and suntanning.

Premantura is frequently visited by windsurfers due to its favorable winds, especially in spring and fall. It has several tennis courts, a mini-golf course and boccia courts and is a great place for an active holiday. We also recommend it to families with children due to the diverse and splendid beaches.

There are plenty of rocky beaches, as well as pebbly coves. On a relatively small area there are 530 plant species and among them 20 orchid species, some of which are endemic. For this reason there are no campsites on this cape, hotels or any other type of structures.

The best way to experience this unique landscape is in direct contact with nature. If you are looking for Robinsonian adventure there is a unique and special offer - lighthouse on the small island Porer. When visiting Cape Kamenjak, don't miss its southernmost tip where a great attraction is jumping into the sea from high cliffs with torches. Premantura is a unique experience, not simply one of the places to rest. Owing to the favorable winds it is ideal for water sports in summer, but also until late autumn. At the end of October the attractive meeting of windsurfers - Hallowind takes place. For those who wish to dive into the fascinating underwater world, there are many diving centers in town.

This is one of the few destinations with a beach for the visually impaired. It is important to stress that Premantura provides a private dialysis clinic so it is suitable for guests needing such treatment.
Premantura is a small town offering many surprises. Premantura is an adventure.



Premantura Gallery

Things to see

  • arena Pula - Only 10km from Premantura, the Istrian tourist center has something special for everyone. It is a town of culture too, proud to present its Roman Arena from the 1st century.

  • brijuni The Brijuni Islands or Brijuni archipelago are today one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Croatia. This archipelago consists of a group of islands off the western coast of Istria, which together with the surrounding waters was proclaimed a national park in 1983

  • beach No place in the world is the sea so blue-green, so clean as here at the southernmost tip of Istria. The Cape Kamenjak coast spreads approx. 30 kilometers and hides many bays, islets and beaches.
     

Active Holidays in Premantura

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