Best Site for Glamping
Pomer Is the Best Site for Glamping in Croatia and Here’s Why
Situated eight kilometres south of Pula on Medulin Bay, Pomer is one of those picturesque Mediterranean places overflowing with atmosphere. The village is transportive in its capacity to take visitors back to a less complicated time.
This area of Croatia seems inextricably tied to the 19th Century and is imbued with nature and the sea. Known for its shallow waters and small protective harbour, Pomer has one of the most beautiful marinas in Eastern Europe, and a wealth of outdoor sporting opportunities including; biking, camping, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, sailing, SCUBA, snorkelling, sea kayaking, walking tours, windsurfing, and much more.
The character of this small village cannot be overstated if you’re looking for the perfect postcard where rural community meets pristine, almost tailored nature. The pine forests here reach out to the water’s edge and just stop as if some great landscape artist had designed it so. Rich fields dot the scenery. North of the little settlement, the harbour dominates to the southeast, and the lush forests at the center of the peninsula provide Pomer’s core appeal.
This out-of-the-way village is the perfect getaway from bustling Pula for outdoorsmen and glamping fans, beachcombers and boating enthusiasts, and those seeking a genuine Croatian experience. The hamlet dates back to Roman times as evidenced by excavated villas and thermal baths.
As an added plus, visitors can enjoy stunning culinary wonders from the countryside and the Adriatic Sea. The town is famous for its seafood, especially the delicious varieties of mussels, oysters and other shellfish harvested nearby. Long story short, Pomer is old Croatia at its best.
Also, there is no other glamping site like Arena One 99 in the entire country – this is the main incentive to appreciate Pomer for your glamping holiday.