Pula is situated on the South of the Istrian Peninsula and near the end of the Pula Bay. Pula is the biggest city of Istria and its largest port – traffic, cultural, economic and administrative centre with 2,350 sun hours per year, which makes it an appealing holiday destination for many tourists.

Numerous cultural and historic monuments dating from almost all eras are a witness to its rich past.

The most famous and valuable monument is the Arena – a beautiful and well-preserved Roman amphitheatre from the 2nd century, and the 6th largest amphitheatre in the world.

As a tourist destination, Pula hosts numerous cultural and fun events all year long.

Covered with forests and bathed in crystal clear sea, the peninsula has majestic nature, excellent accommodation and restaurants for tourist with a sweet tooth which offer Istrian specialties, as well as famous Istrian wines, not only the selected ones.

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Photography source: Pula Tourist Board