The reason why I would visit the campsite in Medulin aboard a yacht is because of the restaurant Financa. Financa is an excellent restaurant equipped with a pier, where you can enjoy delicious food and a beautiful view of the surrounding bay.
Let’s say that you have started your sailing holidays in Pula and have decided to head south. The surrounding area is full of interesting bays and coves, starting with Pula’s outskirts Stoja and Verudela. Continuing down south are Soline and Banjole, as well as the beautiful Premantura Peninsula and the protected area of cape Kamenjak.
Not too far, but interesting to explore, is ACI Marina Pomer, located in Pomer inlet. West of it is the town of Medulin, an excellent choice for a visit. If we assume you’ve had a joyful day and are hungry after an exciting sailing trip, then I recommend you reward yourself with a delicious dinner in the restaurant Financa. Although this excellent restaurant is set at a campsite, you do not need to be a camper to enter it. The pier in front of the restaurant is big enough to accommodate a few yachts.
At first glance, you might assume that this restaurant offers fast food because is serves excellent pizza and fried calamari on a regular basis. However, I suggest you get acquainted with the extremely polite and cheerful staff, who will suggest you a perfect menu in line with your mood and wishes. Seafood is fresh and delicious, prepared according to traditional local recipes. Furthermore, if you are a fan of “standard” restaurant food, you will not be disappointed with their soups, steaks, salads and sweets. Although a cold beer is something a thirsty sailor badly needs after a day of sailing, you will be glad you chose wine at Financa, which is almost as good as the ones in premium restaurants.
Even if you decide to leave your yacht in ACI Marina Pomer, you can still reach Medulin and Financa, which is located around 15 minutes from the center of the town. For more information about sailing around this area, visit A Yacht Charter Croatia!
I wish you a calm sea, a fine wind and a strong mast!