Renovated in 2012, this private house that extends over two floors offers three cozy apartments in Premantura, two of them with two double bedrooms, a living room with kitchenette and a bathroom with shower, while the third, situated on the ground floor, features just one bedroom.
About destination Premantura[hide][show]
Premantura is a village in the extreme south of Istria, 12 km southeast of Pula; population 241. Situated in the central elevated part of the Kamenjak peninsula, which terminates in the west with the Medulin Bay.
Some of the coves (Lokva, Debeljak and particularly Portic) can serve as a shelter for boats and smaller vessels when the south-westerly wind blows.
The western coast of Kamenjak is protected from the bora, but is very steep; apart from the Polja Cove, there are no -other protected coves.
The best sea-spider farms on the Adriatic lie east of Premantura, in the shallows of the rocky coast; they are gathered in spring by means of special platforms and forked fishing tools (grampo). Situated on the local road which connects it with the regional road to Pula.
Kamenjak is ringed by a 30-km long coast with numerous indents, miniature beaches and islets. A 34-m high lighthouse, Porer, stands not far from Cape Kamenjak. It is famous for its rich offer of fish and seafood.
Accommodation capacities include apartments, rooms in family houses, and campsites.
Due to the strong winds blowing frequently in the late spring and early autumn, the village offers excellent surfing and yachting opportunities. There are tennis courts (tennis courses), miniature golf courses, boccia alleys and other sports facilities.
Of the many tourist and folk festivals, the most famous are: the Crab Feast (1st of May), and St. Lawrence's Day (10th of August), a feast commemorating St. Lawrence, the patron saint of Premantura.