Pula is the jewel in the crown of southern Croatia and offers a wide choice of attractions.
Stunning landscapes, elegant cafes and a first century amphitheatre add to the ambience of this wonderful city.
Famous for its Roman ruins, Pula has been occupied, destroyed and rebuilt numerous times, including by the Romans, Ostrogoths and Venetians, as well as the Allied Forces.
The rugged coastline on the southern tip of Croatia has 190 kilometres of pebble and shingle beaches and crystal clear waters, ideal for scuba diving or snorkelling.
You can hire a kayak and explore some of the hidden coves or soak up the sun on the pristine beaches, backed by pine forests.
Rovinj is just a 60 minute drive away. Saint Euphemia Cathedral is well worth a visit, with its high bell tower offering breath-taking views. The cobbled streets in the old part of town are packed with artisan workshops and restaurants serving delicious local fish and seafood.