The most famous attraction in the small fishing village of Porat near Malinska is the Franciscan Monastery / Convent of St Mary Magdalene.

The Monastery houses an interesting museum with a rich ethnographic and sacral collections of artworks and valuable items, like archaeological exhibits from the surrounding area. In the convent library there are 76 Glagolitic manuscripts from the 17th and 18th century.

In the museum you can find a unique boat, made from a single large piece of wood (ladva) – one of only three preserved examples. There’s also a completely preserved convent’s “toš” (olive press) that dates from 1846.

Near Porat you can also find Fumak, one of the largest wooden crosses in Europe. You can visit it by car and even park directly in front of the entrance – just continue on the gravel road for a few minutes at the end of the asphalt road.

Beside this valuable historical heritage, Porat is also the place surrounded by beautiful and picturesque beaches, where you can completely enjoy the relaxing Mediterranean ambience, while walking or sunbathing through lush Mediterranean vegetation looking at the crystal clear Adriatic sea.