Pula is the tourist centre of Istria in terms of culture, tradition and beautiful nature. It had its heydays during the Roman period. The Romans left many traces, particularly the fine amphitheatre. During the Venetian period, Pula developed into being the control centre of the Adriatic, and in the course of the centuries, the town's harbour developed into the most important harbour in the region.
Pula offers all sorts of leisure activities, including sport facilities, night clubs, casinos, pubs and restaurants, and organised excursions. The town has two passenger ports, both very important for the cruise tourism.
Nowadays, Pula represents a place where a relaxing holiday at Pula's beautiful coast and close to the crystal water can be combined with the legends and memories of a rich history. Unspoilt forest, beautiful beaches and the Mediterranean climate make this place a very attractive destination for seaside lovers. Everywhere, you can enjoy the nature, for example at the lakes of Plitvice and the famous waterfalls, or on the Brioni islands with its exceptional flora and fauna which make it the Mediterranean’s northernmost exotic oasis.
The best way to explore Pula is by renting a holiday villa or holiday apartment. Here you can be close to all the attractions and the beach while you at the same time can enjoy a bit of privacy.