Cape Kamenjak is located near Pula. Kamenjak is about 1.5 km wide and about 9.5 km long peninsula, which has been protected as a nature park since 1996. Kamenjak Nature Park has many hidden coves, beautiful beaches and uninhabited islands.
Kamenjak is considered one of the most beautiful Mediterranean peninsulas. Its special feature is the indented 30 km long coast, numerous rocky and sandy beaches and the interesting underwater cave Golimbere, located in the southern part. At the southern end of the cape is also the picturesque Safari bar, which stands in the middle of an authentic Robinson Crusoe environment. The bays of Portic and Polje, as well as Debeljak and Lokva, are well known as a safe haven from south-west winds for boats and sailboats. In addition to swimming in crystal clear water, visitors to the cape can visit an Istrian farm, exercise on the trim trail, walk along the educational trail or cycle along the paved trail along the entire coast of the peninsula. Cape Kamenjak is an ideal place for divers, as the wreckage of ships sunk during the First and Second World Wars has been preserved. The fragmented cliffs are created for unprotected climbing and diving. The area is also suitable for kayakers and windsurfers. Around 550 different species of plants grow on Kamenjak, including five endemic species of orchids. Apples, grapes, figs, almonds, olives and more thrive on the cape. There is also a botanical reserve in the Kamenjak Nature Park, where you can find one of the rarest plants in Croatia. Among the eleven islands around Kamenjak, the most interesting is the island of Fenoliga, which is about 400 meters away from the west coast of the cape.
The island is home to one of the most famous dinosaur footprint sites in Europe. The ideal places of peace in the immediate vicinity of the cape, which are hidden among the evergreen trees, are the Stupice, Runke, Kranjski and Tasalera camps.