At the foot of Plomin at the very end of Plomin Bay, next to the former fertile valley, is the settlement of Plomin Luka. Until the end of the Second World War, Plomin Luka was an important traffic destination from where you could travel to Rijeka, Cres and Loshinj by regular ferry. Numerous sailors, fishermen and millers lived in the town, and the abandonment of the settlement began after the capitulation of Italy in 1943.
In Plomin Luka, space is left for the development of tourist accommodation facilities with quality culinary offerings and excursions. Today, Plomin Luka is still a fishing port that boaters are happy to visit.
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