Premantura is located in the Istrian Peninsula in Croatia and is a small village situated on 50 Hectares with an elevation of 21 meters. It has beautiful beaches, a protected forest reserve that extends for 9.5km and has a width of 1.5km. The crystal clear ocean is a huge attraction, and people come in from across the world to see this beautiful scenery.

Here is a list of four things to do in Premantura:

1. Kamenjak

Kamenjak with its secluded beaches ranks as one of the most private tourist destinations in Croatia and across the globe. TheKamenjak Cape is located in the Kamenjak Peninsula and is within a few minutes of Villa Marizella with an array of cultural and natural heritage spots that is a magnet to visitors from other countries around the world.

The natural features of Kamenjak are prominent because it delves into the Ocean and is considerably steeper to the west coast and at the northern end; it encloses the Medulin Bay to a considerable extent. With such a body of water to explore, there is no doubt why it remains a potent attraction.

2. Kamenjak House of Nature Premantura

This House of Nature in Premantura was established in the year 2008, and it has facilities like the Eco-center with an aquarium, fossils, photos, interactive tools and dinosaur footprints. The guides here provide answers to questions that you ask.

You also get an insight into the peculiar creatures found around the Cape and the expected conduct required of tourists that throng here from across the globe.

No fee is charged to access the House of Nature located near Villa Marizella.

3. Premantura Old Tower Church

The old tower (Turanj) was initially built as a landmark for fisherman’s and sailors. The tower is 27 meters high and belongs to the nearby church St. Lovro. In the past the tower made it possible to exchange messages with ships that sail in the direction of the Pula harbor.

The visual signaling was adopted with lighting during the day and oil lamps by night.

4. St Lovro Church, Premantura

This church of St Lovro was built in 1632 and is located at the middle section of the village. There are antiquities from the XVII century church, which includes the crucifix, five altars and an art form of a procession. Other attractions here include the baptistery, the elegant pulpit, and various statues.

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