Holidays to Pula
An atmospheric city dominated by classical Roman ruins, Pula proudly sits on the end of Croatia's Istrian peninsula. A real foodie's paradise, the local cuisine gets the taste buds tingling: crisp wines, fresh seafood, and rich, meaty truffles. Surrounding pebble beaches provide escape from the city, where the rugged landscape meets the bright blue Adriatic. The city's remarkably well-preserved ancient structures give you the chance to walk through history.
A clean pebble beach with clear blue waters. There's a snack bar, and deck chairs and umbrellas are available to hire.
Bi Val beach
A stretch of pebbles and sand at Bi village campsite with a range of watersports, including windsurfing and sailing.
Pula's 2000 year old Roman amphitheatre is incredibly well-preserved with full walls intact. A focal point of the city.
Temple of Augustus
The entrance of this Roman temple is guarded by tall Corinthian columns. Stunning exterior makes for excellent photos.
An old fortress provides a unique setting for the aquarium's tanks which includes a turtle Rescue Centre.
Wine Station Trapan
Enjoy a wine tasting and nibbles within a warm, intimate setting. There's expert guidance at this modern Istrian winery.
Salty Istrian ham similar to prosciutto, you'll often find local prsut served as a starter in restaurants around Pula.
Across the water from Italy, the Croatian coast make great pizza. Pula's pizzerias make the most of local ingredients.
Pula's favourite club is geared towards a younger crowd: student parties, theme nights, and music from rock to RnB.
A pretty village 10km from Pula, Medulin is the place to find lively bars - an atmospheric way to spend an evening.
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