Pula and Medulin

Holiday Destination Pula : A Captivating Blend of Ancient History

  Pula is not just a city frozen in time but a vibrant destination where the echoes of history harmonize with modern life, offering a unique and enriching experience for those who explore its streets and embrace its cultural tapestry.



Visit the Pula Arena:

Marvel at the well-preserved Roman amphitheater, the Pula Arena, one of the six largest surviving Roman arenas in the world. Explore the arena's underground passages and learn about its fascinating history.

Kamenjak National Park:

Head to Kamenjak National Park for a nature retreat. Explore its rugged coastline, discover hidden coves, and take a dip in the crystal-clear waters. The park is also popular for hiking and biking.

Explore the Old Town:

Wander through Pula's Old Town to discover charming streets, historic buildings, and landmarks such as the Arch of the Sergii and the Temple of Augustus.

Daily Trips and Activities in Pula

Pula Aquarium 

Dive into the enchanting realm of marine life at the Pula Aquarium, a captivating destination that offers a unique and educational experience for visitors of all ages. Situated along the Adriatic coast, this aquarium showcases a diverse collection of marine species native to the region, creating a fascinating journey beneath the waves.

Dine on Istrian Cuisine 

From the sea to the truffle-laden forests, Istrian cuisine is a delightful fusion of flavors that mirrors the region's diverse landscapes. Dining in Pula becomes not just a meal but a cultural experience, inviting you to savor the essence of Istria on every plate.

Brijuni National Park :

Embark on an unforgettable journey by taking a boat trip to Brijuni National Park, an archipelago of fourteen pristine islands located off the coast of Pula. Renowned for its stunning natural landscapes, rich history, and unique wildlife encounters, Brijuni National Park offers a diverse and immersive experience for visitors.



What to see in Pula ?

Embark on a captivating journey in Pula as you explore the Old Town's charming streets, marvel at the grandeur of the Pula Arena, and soak in the maritime charm of Pula Harbor, each unveiling a unique facet of the city's rich history and vibrant atmosphere.

What to do in Pula ?

Discover the historical allure of Pula Castle, delve into the mesmerizing underwater world at Pula Aquarium, and embark on a boat trip to explore the natural beauty and wildlife of Brijuni National Park, creating a diverse and enriching itinerary in and around Pula.

Where to stay in Pula ?

Pula offers a range of accommodation options to suit various preferences and budgets. Also the best option for a vacation with a group of people would be a holiday home or a villa with pool in Pula.

When is the best time to visit Pula ?

Visit during the spring and fall when the weather is mild, and the region is less crowded, allowing for a more intimate experience.

What and where to eat in Pula ?

When exploring the culinary scene in Pula, be sure to try local specialties such as Istrian truffles, seafood, olive oil, and regional wines. Many restaurants in Pula pride themselves on using fresh, locally sourced ingredients, providing a true taste of Istria's gastronomic delights.


South of Pula there is Medulin which is one of the most visited cities of the peninsula and one of the twenty most famous tourist destinations on the Adriatic.

Besides private accommodation, the Medulin Riviera offers well-equipped hotels. Medulin is often the destination for training and competitions of top European sportsmen and teams.

Along the coastline there are 18 campsites and naturist camp Kažela.


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