The town's only 10 km away from Pola.
The city centre is fairly small and you can discover it on foot; streets are narrow and you can find a lot of apartments there. If you are lucky enough, you will see an old Ferrari that one local resident have and on the top of the village you can find an old church.
There are two small peninsulas where you can walk around. The smaller one has no buildings or cars on it and you can find fresh asparagus there. Also you can discover roman ruins at the north shore. The bigger one has campings and a marina: you can still walk through the park at punta Castello (Kašteja). A few kilometres away is a nature heaven called Promontorio (Premantura) - you can walk along the shore up to the nearly homonymous capo Promontore (kap Kamenjak), which is the southernmost part of the whole Istria peninsula. You can also find there a nice rural restaurant hidden in the bushes (located at about 44.771326, 13.917818).
You can buy fresh milk for 6 kn/l at the terrace of a café in the centre but you'll need your own bottle as it is a machine.
If you can, get on a boat and sail to the small islet of Ceja (Isola del Cielo), just few kilometers from the town; there is a restaurant called Cactus and you can chase all the rabbits, that are running free on this island.
There is a great house with apartments (from small studio to big apartment) called Siga, it's on Burle 121. Large garden filled with olive trees, citrus trees, figs etc. Only 60 meters from pebble shore. If you contact the owner Ivo, he is very nice and will show you the surroundings and tell what to see around. www.siga-medulin.com