Beach Mala Kolumbarica Bay (Kap Kamenjak)

Beach Mala Kolumbarica Bay (Kap Kamenjak)

type of beach: rocks

Category: Top beaches, Dog Beaches, Youth and entertainment beaches, Romantic beaches, Family beaches

Infrastructure: Public parking near, Dive Center, Ice cream, Fast Food, Beach bar, Coffeehouse, Public toilets

Activities: Children´s playground, Snorkeling, Underwater diving, Windsurfing, Cliff Jumping

At the Cape of Kamenjak, the beautiful nature reserve lying to the extreme south of Istria, is comprised of more than 20km of coastline with large and small pebbled and sandy coves alternating with imposing rocky coastline. Admission to the park does indeed come with a fee, but does not detract from its popularity. Kamenjak is an area often visited and is especially inviting for cliff jumping, hiking, biking and swimming. The largest part of the coastline is made up of  rocky plateaus by far, which are also suitable for relaxing in the sun. Besides being an attraction for cliff jumpers, the cape is also very interesting for surfers and divers, who should be aware of the frequently changing currents. In the south there are the most imposing and highest cliffs that attract many bathers. The carefully crafted Safari Bar, located in the immediate vicinity of the cliffs, is hidden in a dense, head-high growth of plants, thus creating the feel as if one is in the jungle. Here are snacks, light meals and refreshments of all kinds. A public car park is located very close to the bar.

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