Three kilometres southwest of the city centre you’ll find the famous resort Stoja which has a wonderful beach and various tourist facilities. The beach is pebbly with some rocky parts, and has easily accessible entrances into the sea. No need to jump off cliffs here!
Above the beach there’s a camping ground where you can rent equipment for water sports and there are facilities for mini-golf, tennis, basketball and volleyball. You’ll also find restaurants, bars, shops and an exchange office.
Along the coast there’s a long promenade stretching from Stoja to Valsaline, where you can go for a jog or enjoy the sunset.
For the daredevils in the audience, head to Kolobarica Beach on the south of the peninsula, with high cliffs for jumping into the sea and shallow caves on the waters edge for swimming. Above the beach is a great bar called Safari.
For peace and quiet, try Kap Kamenjak where you’ll find a protected cape with beaches, scuba diving areas, great snorkeling and walking trails along the coastal cape and interior forests.
There’s an entrance fee for vehicles, while entrance for cyclists and pedestrians is free.