Pula ArenaPula has inherited great art works that have left their trace its history, and nature has given it mild Mediterranean climate and one of the cleanest seawater in the Mediterranean. Pula doesn't need to write an invitation card; its appeal speaks for itself.

The Istrian tourist center has something special for everyone. First and foremost it is a town of culture, which is proud to present its Roman Arena from the 1st century. The Arena has been a place for numerous festivals and concerts, most famous of which is the Pula Film Festival. The citizens of Pula are doing their best to preserve the cultural monuments of their town, and make Pula a place you would want to visit again.



Things to see

  • arena Pula - Only 10km from Premantura, the Istrian tourist center has something special for everyone. It is a town of culture too, proud to present its Roman Arena from the 1st century.

  • brijuni The Brijuni Islands or Brijuni archipelago are today one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Croatia. This archipelago consists of a group of islands off the western coast of Istria, which together with the surrounding waters was proclaimed a national park in 1983

  • beach No place in the world is the sea so blue-green, so clean as here at the southernmost tip of Istria. The Cape Kamenjak coast spreads approx. 30 kilometers and hides many bays, islets and beaches.
     

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