Cape Kamenjak is the southernmost part of Istria, a peninsula on almost 4 km long beautiful and indented coast, with as many as 30 bays idyllic for swimming and refreshment and 11 uninhabited islands that together form a magnificent archipelago. Covered with short shrubs and macchia, with few pines and fertile areas, the area has a true Mediterranean climate. Due to its exceptional natural values, as well as for the purpose of its more effective protection against destruction, Cape Kamenjak was declared a protected area in 1996. It is under the supervision of the public institution Natura Histrica.
№195 in National parks of Croatia