Pula is an old Roman city located by the sea in the south of Istria. Pula is known for its protected harbor, coast with beautiful beaches and many ancient Roman buildings, the most famous of which is the Pula Arena, one of the best-preserved Roman amphitheatres in the world.
Visit sights dating back to the 1st century! With the Roman amphitheater at the forefront, many historical and architectural gems go unnoticed. Don’t miss a visit to other Roman landmarks, including the Temple of Augustus, the Arc de Triomphe and the 17th-century Venetian fortress.
The Brijuni archipelago is an attractive group of 14 islands in the immediate vicinity of Pula that is classified as a national park and open to visitors. The smaller islands are almost completely covered with the maquis of the ancient holm oak forest, and some reach up to 8 meters in height. Over 250 different birds live in this area, and we find more than 700 different types of plants.