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It would be a shame to come to Pula and not to do a day trip to Kamenjak.
This is definitely must do activity. It's a perfect place to go for a swim and sunbathing. Beautiful and clear sea.
Bring your own food...More
The national Park is a bit south from the town Pula. Kamenjak is at the southern most point of the Isteria Peninsula. Once you pay the park admission (80 ku per car) you can keep driving to different parts of it to find your favorite...More
Fantastic place to visit in Istria, it's really fantastic, we rented a boat in the nearby arena camp Stupice and visited Cape Kamenjak from the sea, went to safari bar. It was really something special to do. Visit Cape Kamenjak by boat and live it...More
We are staying in Pula so hired a car and drove to the National Park. Worth every second! Not far to get to and a really easy route (the roads are great here in Pula!). Pay your entry fee at the gate (80kn) for the...More
After travelling on rotten, rough, dusty dirt tracks that absolutely hammer your cars suspension, you eventually arrive at somewhere where you can park/leave your car. You can then find somewhere to lay out on the terraces of slab like rock over crystal clear seas, it’s...More
Let‘s start with the drawback, if you decide to go by car prepare for extremely bumpy, dusty roads that mark you car once and for all. BUT, the reward is one breathtaking beach after another. We tried different ones the last three days and were...More
We were put off by going to this peninsula because of the perceived crowds. It probably is a good idea to get there early - we arrived at 10am to one of the more remote coves in the south east and it was reasonably quiet....More
Whether you are a vivid swimmer, explorer, fisherman, or simply want to enjoy the nature, Kamenjak is the perfect place to spend the whole day. If with the family, or alone, it won’t disappoint you... everything is just perfect. The road to come is like...More
I'd say yes, easily. The actual Kamenjak National Park is quite big, it starts from the edge of Premantura and continues all the way to the southern tip of the peninsula. It's couple of kilometers from edge to edge via roads.
Kamenjak National park, Safari Bar from Premantura? (0 Replies)
Hi, Just wondering if anyone can give me some advice about Kamenjak NP. I'm thinking about staying in Premantura, as it seems like the closest actual place to the National Park bit. (excuse my lack of knowledge on this area!!) I've been told by a friend that you can hire bikes and spend the day cycling around the different bars in the park and do some cliff jumping and swimming etc. Is this possible/usual? hoping it is as we would like to have some drinks on our penultimate stop in...More
April 29, 2016|
Kamenjak National Park with toddlers??? (13 Replies)
I am looking at maps and reading forums but i only found 1 mother who said forget to go there with a pushchair or even with a car unles it is a 4x4 because roads are so rough and really a bad idea with small children as it is all very rocky and hard to get into the water,, i have never been there so can some one please confirm this? is it really a bad idea?
July 16, 2016|
The park roads are indeed rough...driving is slow but definitely doable. You needn't go huge distances on them if you don't wish to. The coast is very rocky with the exception of a few coves inaccessible by toddlers (steep rocky scrambles down and up). It's beautiful but not the best choice for toddlers unless you are willing to do a bit of searching. It's hard for me to describe the best areas for swimming there with toddlers as I go to the lesser-known bits that aren't easy to find. ...More
Active Vacation: First time in Croatia and Slovenia (2 Replies)
My husband and I are in our late 20s and pretty active. We are traveling to Slovenia and Croatia for two weeks and renting a car. We are interested in exploring some major cities, but also leaving enough time to enjoy the outdoors and activities like kayaking and sailing. Here is the itinerary I have planned so far and would appreciate any feedback on the pace of the trip (we plan to have a car with us the whole trip). May 6 - 8 Lake Bled - Arrive in Zagreb at 11:30am and rent a...More
January 17, 2017|
That is a lot of ground to cover in the first part of your trip and not very active as you will be in the car a lot. Too little time for Slovenia and Istria. You are young tho so up to you, it's surely feasible! One option to consider: save Slovenia for another trip and spend more time in Istria and/or between Plitvice and Split. Towns like Zadar, Sibenik, Trogir may be appealing to you. Krka NP is a good substitute for lake Bled, and it has its own little island with a monastery (Visovac).