Best Beaches in Pula

Trip Start Sep 18, 2006
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Trip End Sep 24, 2006


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Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Nature Park

We saw everything to see in town and read about some beaches close by. Unfortunately, there are NO sand beaches on the Istria Peninsula. They say that the Debeljak beach is sand, but it's not. Everything is rock, rock, and large stone.

On the Premantura Peninsula, about 15 minutes outside Pula, is the Nature Park. It costs 20 Kunas (about 3 dollars) to get in with your car. The roads are all gravel and really rough, don't drive unless you have a spare or a 4-wheel drive. The beaches are beautiful! There are a bunch of little bays and small beaches all over the place and it wasn't crowed at all. The first day we bathed at Portic and had a few boats and two other families as company. The second day we stopped at Debeljak, it was so dirty, and then went to Radovica instead. 15 minutes after we settled into our place on the rocks there was a short storm and we ran to our car. Afterward we returned to the rocks and walked along them to find a very nice small beach. The next day we went back and spent the entire time on own private gravel beach with only a few neighbors, who all left us alone and sat on the rocks next to the beach.

Going to the beach in Croatia, one should be warned of the prevalence of naked people. There was not one beach with less than half of the people naked or partially naked. Many women had no tops and about the same number of men wore nothing at all.

(www.germanytraveladvisor.com)
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Please,can you tell me how can I find this beautiful beach from your picture? Give me some landmarks.

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