"Set on the southern tip of the Istrian Peninsula, on the crystal-clear Adriatic Sea, Pula with its many shops and restaurants offers a warm welcome to holidaymakers. Reasons to visit include one of the largest Roman amphitheatres in the world, good museums and superb fishing."
The delicious aroma of garlic, herbs and olive oil smells even better as the fresh fish dish you’ve just ordered is delivered to your table. But eating out is not the only activity to be enjoyed in this friendly port town with a big naval base. There’s also good shopping, fishing, museums, an art gallery-cum-cafe and once a year, in early August, a film festival. Once you’ve explored 21st century pleasures, you might like to stroll through the old town which follows an ancient Roman street plan. Stop by at the 22,000-seat Roman amphitheatre; the 17th-century Venetian fortress or the 13th century Franciscan church. As you can see, there’s plenty to keep you occupied or to help you to relax.
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20 - 30 mins from Pula airport