Here is an example of a dinoturbation with various types of tracks. I tried to interpret some of the tracks with the red outline. It seems that at least three kinds of theropods left their footprints. Of course, I couldn't see all the prints. It's hard to notice them and take photographs with a digital camera on a bright sunny day with almost white rocks reflecting light from all sides.
A close-up with somewhat different interpretation of the tracks in the middle of the outcrop (below).
The footprint is about 45 to 48 cm long. If my interpretation is correct, that transfers into a 6-7 meters long predatory dinosaur. You wouldn't want to meet such a beast! The other theropod was obviously much smaller.
A photograph of the Kamenjak's carbonate rocks below. These rocks are hiding hundreds if not thousands of Cretaceous tetrapod tracks for those with enough time, patience, determination and most important a good eye to discover and describe them.
A look back at the Porer islet with the lighthouse which is behind us now. We are walking towards the tip of the cape.