Croatia has been making its mark on the tourist map with its rich historic heritage, pleasant climate and the interest the administration has been paying towards improvement of its tourism related infrastructure. Even though the flow of tourists is quite large here, there's never that sense of overcrowding that you find in more developed tourist regions. Flights from Europe have further helped in promoting tourism in Croatia with flocks of tourists now getting easy access to this land of wonders. One such prominent tourist spot is Medulin. A transformed fishing village of yesteryears, Medulin has grown into a town home to all of the amenities and tourist facilities needed for the perfect Croatian holiday experience, including restaurants, a great night-life scene and top notch accommodation, including Medulin apartments and villas Medulin.
The biggest tourist attraction Medulin has on offer is not its nightclub or its restaurants though - it is the unspoiled sandy beach of Bijeca which draws so many travellers to this part of the world. Bijeca forms the perfect place for families to while away the hours under the hot Croatian sun. If the heat gets a little too much, head over to the old pine trees lining the beach for some much needed shade. Instant refreshment comes in the form of the cool Adriatic Sea – a quick dip in the clear blue waters will have you feeling fresh in no time at all. Some of the larger towns in Istria are Porec, Rovinj and Pula which are not far away from Medulin. Just stop by if you like and have a look around. You will surely find some nice spots there. For a bit more privacy during your stay, check in to one of our villas Medulin and enjoy the sunshine from around your private pool or in the well-tended gardens surrounded by the ones you love.
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The temperate climate of Medulin makes it a perfect place for round the year tourism activity as well as sports lovers visits. Biking and horse riding can be enjoyed in summer when temperatures are not so high and athletes would find the temperature in winter just perfect for their sports. After a few days topping up your tan on the sandy beaches and having had one’s fill of sporting adventure, it's high time to check out the sights that Medulin has to offer. There is a range of churches that one can visit, including the church of St. Lovro, Our Lady Star, St. Agnes, Our Lady Campaign and St. Nicolas the Traveller. These historic buildings certainly have a story to tell and it is up to travellers to unravel it when they visit these scenic stunners. Finish the day with a mouthwatering meal in one of the local taverns – being located to close to the sea, it goes without saying that the area is famed for its seafood dishes. Crab salad, black risotto or brodetto and fuzi pasta are all highly recommended and are best complemented by a glass of locally produced white wine on the terrace of your Medulin holiday home or the balcony of Medulin apartments.