The heart of Istria
Whether you are looking to enjoy a classic beach holiday, some action or culture: Pula has something to suit all tastes. This small Croatian town on the southern tip of the Istrian peninsula captivates with extraordinary diversity. Croatia’s balanced weather makes it easy to create and enjoy a perfect blend of physical activity and relaxation. There are some lovely bathing coves around Pula. If you ever get tired of sunbathing, there’s jet skiing, diving and windsurfing to take on.
It is also an ideal start and end point for adventure holidays. For instance, Pula is the end point of the “Euro Vela 9” bicycle route which starts in Gdansk on the Baltic Sea and passes through Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria, Slovenia and Croatia. You can also combine your holiday in Istria with a round trip through Dalmatia. From Split or Dubrovnik you can then take the return flight with Edelweiss.
Facts & figures
Edelweiss tips for Pula (Croatia)
Sightseeing in your Pula holidays
The Temple of Augustus and the Arch of the Sergii form the gateway to the popular shopping mile in the middle of the old town. Pula’s landmark is its Roman amphitheatre. View in maps
A particular highlight is offered by the art project “Lighting Giants“ in the Uljanik shipyard featuring illuminated cranes that dazzle in different colours by night. View in maps
The Brijuni National Park, consisting of fourteen islands and is located near Pula - unspoilt nature at its best. The islands are a small paradise for sailors. View in maps