Good for a refreshing dive after a day walk, but too close to the city. Nor cliff nor rocks nor sand.
Amazing park. Great adventure driving on unmasked roads and discovering some wonderful coves. So natural smells and sounds.
The Zlatni rt (Golden Cape) Park Forest is the most significant park area on the north-eastern Adriatic coast. This is the oldest protected site in Istria, having a high botanical value. It is an inevitable destination for enjoying a walk or biking in nature and it's easy accessible. It's situated south, only 15 minutes walk from the town center. Rock climbers will also enjoy the cape's rocks. There are also nice bathing places suitable for children and families. Take a look at our beaches section to find out more information about the best beaches in the area. If You continue your walk by the sea, south, just adjacent to the Zlatni rt Park Forest, you will enjoy the Škaraba Park Forest. This is an area of exceptional aesthetic-landscape value and it represents a continuation of the Zlatni rt-Punta Corrente Park Forest. If you're a climber it's a must to climb all the morning at Punta Corrente Park Forest and then take a swim in the beautiful clear water a few meters from the crag! ;) Fantastic place to visit!
Great day out. Lots of little beach areas to get your bathe on
Take the path all the way around the park. Past the hotels and everything. We regret not packing towels, the rocks that jet out into the sea are perfect for lounging on, especially the further you get from civilization. Closer to the hotels we found plenty of beach chairs, so all was not lost. I highly recommend finding a place further in (by Grill Lovor) and renting kayaks when you do. It's quite the destination.
Hired bikes, and had a lovely ride around the park. Plenty of cycle routes, with wonderful sea views, easy access to the sea if you want a swim, lots of tree shade, and a few places to grab snacks and drinks. Overall a very pretty place.
Absolutely beautiful!! Definitely worth a visit. The national park is free to visit and parking is free so you only have to pay for anything if you want to get a bite to eat. The place is surrounded by beaches and rocky areas so you can almost always find an area secluded enough to feel like you have the entire place to yourself.