Fish Picknick "Medulin"
To stay in Medulin and not to experience the Medulin archipelago with the most southerly point of the Istrian peninsula, Cape Kamenjak and the lighthouse “Porer”, is like staying in Rome and not seeing the Pope. The m/v Sandra and members of her crew will take you for a panoramic trip by boat from which you can see Medulin’s bay and nature park “Kamenjak” After the first hour of the journey you will reach the most southerly point of the Istrian peninsula with caves that can be visited with an accompanying guide.
The next stop is the Austro-Hungarian lighthouse “Porer” that was built in 1833. Afterwards, in one bay, there will be a break for an organised fish picnic, following which an end-of-itinerary visit to he island “Ceja” will be made where people may swim (there is a restaurant and cafe bar on the island).
Price of the trip =200,00 kuna, youths 12-16 years =160,00 kuna, children 4-12 years =120,00 kuna and children 0-4 years free.
The trip can also be booked without the fish picnic on board and the guest, in case they change their mind, can make an additional payment on board to join the picnic, or the guest may have something in the restaurant on the island “Ceja”.
The price of the trip without lunch on board is =100,00 kuna, youths 12-16 years =80,00 kuna, children 4-12 years =40,00 kuna, children 0-4 years free.
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