A place of diverse holiday

Visit a place where history, natural beauties, and amazing landscape combine as nowhere else.

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An ideal climate - sunny summers and mild winters

Dynamic development of Medulin is based upon the evaluation of the natural fundamental and physiognomy of the gentle landscape


The town with a rich cultural heritage

The archaeological site with ruins of Roman villas talks about the rich cultural history of Medulin


Enjoy natural & traditional culture

Heal your soul & experience natural beauty of south Istria and istrian traditional culture


Testimony of rich historical legacy

A province where history, natural beauties, and amazing landscape combine as nowhere else

Heal your soul & experience natural beauty of south Istria and istrian traditional culture


The picturesque town full of entertainment
The city of Medulin is situated in the south of the Istrian peninsula, 6 km South of Pula and it is one of the most important tourist destinations in Croatia.

Throughout the year the bank, ATMs, post office, medical clinic, pharmacy, marketplace, car wash, stores, souvenir shops, jewelry shops, hair salons and galleries provide services. Entertainment is varied, ranging from discotheques open until morning to terraces with live music.

Medulin has many beautiful beaches, the most famous beach is Bijeca which extends a mile along the coast. The beach is sandy with a nice entrance to the sea which is suitable for families with children, older people and young people who willplay volleyball in shallow water. Surrounded by many trees in whose shade everybody can enjoy. On the terraces of the bars  and restaurants you can enjoy in the view on beautiful islands.

Spend your vacation in the unique atmosphere of the bay of Medulin with 12 islets and beaches surrounded by pine trees. Visit the town of Pula, mostly known for its beautiful Roman arena, the only remaining Roman amphitheater with four sides and also among the six largest remaining Roman arenas in the world.

The best period to visit Medulin is between April and October. The high season temperatures (July, August) reach up to 38° C and the sea is pleasant at 26° C.

A visitor can find here a real oasis of peace and silence, rich in landscapes of this Mediterranean land scenery, but at the same time one can spend here a very dynamic holiday full of various facilities


generally warm and temperate
The Istrian climate is Mediterranean, with warm and dry summers and mild and pleasant winters, including 2.388 sunny hours per year, while insolation measures 10 hours in the summer.

The annual average of air temperatures along the southern part of the coast is about 16°C. July and August are the warmest, with the average temperature of about 24°C. The period when the daytime middle of the air temperature is higher than 10°C approximately lasts for 260 days a year, while hot weather, with a daily maximum above 30°C, lasts for maximally twenty days.

The quantity of rainfall increases from the west coast towards the interior. Characteristic winds are bura, jugo and maestral. Bura blows northwards-southwards and it brings dry and clear skies. The warm wind jugo brings rain, while the mild maestral blows in the summer, from the sea to the continent.

Sea temperature is the lowest in March when it ranges between 9 and 11 °C, while it is the highest in August with 24 °C.

What to bring?

During winter season it is recommended to pack some warm clothing in spite of the mild Mediterranean climate. The temperatures seldom drop below the freezing point but some winds might be unpleasant in the winter.

Starting in March, the spring can bring some rain showers, the beaches are less crowded and the prices drop. The weather, however, remains stable and the water is still agreeably warm. It’s recommended to bring some sports clothing for plenty of activities that can be enjoyed on the Istrian peninsula during that time.

This is the best period to visit Medulin, especially for people looking for fun and excitement. It’s recommended to bring some swimmsuits, beach and sports clothing and enjoy hot summer days and nights.

People who hate autumn could surely change their minds if they decide to visit Medulin in this perioid. It’s recommended to bring rain gear regardless of the fact that there are plenty of sunny days in autumn. You can visit local taverns and taste Istrian specialities, the local wines and the olive oils, discovering amazing routes by bike.

Diverse culture

meeting place of many nations and their cultures
Do to finding in the area it is believed that the area was inhabited since prehistory. There were found ancient settlements, ruins and necropolises that belonged to ancient inhabitants,the Histri. Todays Medulin is build on the spot of the antique city Mutila which was destroyed by the Romans in 2 century B.C.

Medulin is known as well, for its findings from the Roman time, as here old Roman villas were located, the most known of which is the one on the Vižula peninsula, the second largest in Istria, which is still visible. It can still be seen that it had 12 kinds of marble and thanks to the objects found inside the villa, it can be established that the former elite lived there.

Near the villa archeologists found somee remains of settlements where life existed up to the 6th century. The inhabitants of this town almost a hundred years ago started to take care about the appearance of their town and in 1909 they founded the Society for Adorning Medulin.

In later times, the city was mentioned in scripts from the12th century, but do to diseases and destructions in the following centuries, the city never became of greater importance. The city blossomed in the 17th century, when the venetians ruled in the area.

While in Medulin explore the Vižules archaeological site with ruins of Roman villas and tour the old windmills by the sea.

Take some time to visit ancient Pula, Nesactium near Valtura, Istrian Mummies, National Park Brijuni, Nature Park Cape Kamenjak and many other beautiful sights on the Istrian peninsula.