Around 20 miles to the south of Rovinj, nestled beneath seven emerald green hills on the Istrian peninsula lies Pula. Considered as one of the most authentic towns in the area, all inclusive Pula is ideal for tourism. A complex resort with red terracotta roofed houses, stylish boutiques, trendy cafes set beautifully among ancient Roman ruins, Pula is the perfect blend of the past and the present. There’s so much for the history buff here; be it the gigantic amphitheatre, the Chapel of St. Maria Formosa, the temple of Augustus, the Golden Gate or the city walls and twin gates.
Apart from historical sights, cheap all inclusive holidays in Pula also offer well-manicured gardens, parks, tennis courts, mini golf along with hiking trails and restaurants, cafes and casinos as well.
Being set in a semi-circular bay, a Pula holiday has plenty of sand and shingle as well as rocky beaches on offer. A little away from town, with the start of the Verudela Peninsula you’ll get access to some great beaches of the region like Stoja, Medulin and Premantura. A mixed lot of sand, shingle and rocky patches, the coastline gently shelves into the cool waters of the Adriatic Sea. Backed by fragrant pine trees, the beaches on holidays in Pula are ideal for swimming and snorkelling. For those wanting to try their hand at scuba diving- there are a couple of diving schools along the coast.
When it comes to nightlife, all the action takes place in the Veruda area. There are a host of bars, clubs and discos that welcome the partyaholics. But, the party scene in Pula is more Croatian and is restricted to midnight and as a local rule all establishments have to shut for the day at the strike of 12.
When to go:
The sun in Pula shines for almost 6- 7 hours per day on an average. The hottest months are June, July and August with temperatures reaching 30 °C while; the months of December and January can see temperatures drop to 9°C. The best time for holidays all inclusive in Pula is from the beginning of June to the end of September.
Many cultural fests and concerts take place in town during the summer months. The magnificent amphitheatre turns venue for a number of shows and festivals like the
Map of Pula, Croatia
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