Medulin is a town located 11km south of Pula in the easternmost part of Istria. This coastal town sits at the southern tip of the region on the eastern shore of the Kvarner Bay. Medulin’s economy is based on agriculture, fishing and tourism. Tourism developed in Medulin because of its protected forest park Kašteja on the peninsula south of the town and its easy access from the town. The port of Medulin is not very deep (0.9 to 2.5 m) and can only accommodate small boats.
The bay of Medulin is protected and is suitable for camping and swimming. There is a campground on the southeast side of the Kasteja peninsula (2 km from Medulin). The campsite is located on the regional road Pula-Pomer-Melongueur Liznjan.
This former fishing and farming village is now one of the most important tourist destinations in southern Istria. The shallow sea, the sandy beaches and the gentle coastline are particularly attractive. Medulin offers a wide selection of apartments and rooms for rent in large family houses, in addition to hotels and campsites. It has a capacity of 17,000 people per day. Everything here is designed to accommodate tourists.
Sport is one of the main tourist attractions in Medulin. The city is also known for its vibrant nightlife, with bars and discos providing a great atmosphere in the city at nightfall. During the day, you can relax on the many terraces in Medulin. During the summer months, the city hosts classical music concerts that attract both locals and foreigners.