Driving on my Suzuki Burgman 650 on Istra Croatia (HR) inland, driving through amazing roads, beautiful cultural-historical villages and towns with beautiful panoramas.
I take you on my scooter rides, which most tourists on the coast forget to view…. the pure nature of Istria inland roads and places.
In this 4th and last trip of this year, I drove with the Burgman to the east coast side of Plomin. I take you with me to very historical places on this route.

Plomin Luka (The blue harbour):
The narrow inlet of Plomin Luka lies on the east coast of the Istrian peninsula in Croatia, three miles north east of the larger inlet of Rabac and three miles west of the island of Cres. At the head of the mile-deep inlet is a large power station and the small village of Plomin, divided between a short quay on the north side of the inlet and the main village centre a steep 20-minute walk uphill.

Depths are mostly too great for anchoring, but it may be possible in settled conditions to tie up on the quay if there is space among the fishing boats. The inlet offers a reasonably sheltered anchorage in settled weather, but a strong bora makes it very uncomfortable here and southerly winds send in a heavy swell.
How blue is water colored? Visit Plomin Luka to see it with your own eyes.

I’m Luc Wijdeveld, living in Hengelo (OV) Netherlands, love to travel to Croatia for holiday’s and discovered the extra value to take your bike, cycle or scooter with you. Click here for more.

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