Medulin city-archipelago is located on the southern end of the Istria peninsular. The irregular coast with numerous bays of various kinds and grottoes attract a lot of tourists and yacht owners. The city itself is small and there are just a few medieval architectural ensembles. Medulin is appreciated for its beaches – pebble, rocky, sandy, well-equipped, wild and always in shade of pine trees.
There is the Vižula archeological monument on a small peninsular within the limits of the city. Its main sight is the Roman villa of the 1-2 centuries A.D. Many years ago the view of the sea opened from the veranda of the villa, floors were decorated with bright-coloured mosaics, and there was a swimming pool and a pier. Now, research is being carried out, and once finished, a proper archeological park will appear.