Plomin, a small town on the south-eastern coast of Istria, 14 km northeast of Labin. Situated on a hill, 168 m above the Plomin Cove, the lower part of which was submerged to form the Plomin Bay.
In the ancient times (Flanona), an important centre of the region of Kvarner. The main historic monuments are bell tower and the church of St. George – from the Romans culture. The oldest Istria’s legends are on the inside walls (9th century). Plomin is an attractive weekend resort due to its cultural and historical heritage and the vista point of Plomin (Vidikovac) which offers a nice view on the Big Straits of the Kvarner Gulf, the island of Cres, and the Rijeka Gulf with the city of Rijeka, offering a unique experience of the beauty of the landscape. There is a motel on Vidikovac.