At the southern part of the Istrian peninsula and its most protruding branch, is the apex of a triangle that plunges into the sky-blue Adriatic Sea through Cape Kamenjak. This protected landscape of the southernmost Istrian mainland is part of the Medulin archipelago of crystal-clear sea which hides 11 uninhabited islands and islets and countless beaches.
Embraced by one of the most attractive bays of this archipelago lies Pomer, a former fishing village, and in its deepest part the ACI Pomer Marina. The southernmost Istrian marina, just 10 kilometres from the centre of Pula, can be reached quickly and easily by car since the road to it continues immediately after descending from the Istrian Y highway.
In addition to Pula and its 3,000 years of heritage, the famous destinations of the Medulin Riviera offer a rich history, preserved nature, top facilities and a gourmet offer that is worth exploring before heading out to the open sea.
This modern Mediterranean-like marina is open all year round, offering 254 sea berths with 50 dry berths and all the necessary accompanying services.