Pula is a large seafront city of Croatia's Istrian peninsula with a remarkable history. Originally built by the Illyrians over 3000 years ago. It is known for its pretty harbour, Roman ruins, cultural heritage and beach-lined coast. About a kilometre south of Pula is the start of the Verudela Peninsula which is dotted with fragrant pine groves, seaside cafes serving traditional Istrian fare and wonderful seafood restaurants. 

Holiday Highlights

The natural beauty of Pula's surrounding countryside, together with the turquoise waters of the Adriatic makes it a popular summer holiday destination. Pula is filled with ancient monuments like the Arch of Sergii dating back to 30BC and the Temple of Augustus built in the 1st century AD.

Treat yourself to handmade truffles or a bottle of the local Rakija from the market in the main square. Don't miss the Pula arena, one of the worlds best preserved Roman amphitheatres and a UNESCO world heritage site. About a kilometre south of Pula is the start of the Verudela peninsula, perfect for soaking up the Istrian sun, sampling the local cuisine and snorkelling in the crystal-clear waters.

What's Included

  • Off island flights to the UK
  • Return flights to Pula
  • Return transfers
  • 10 nights self-catering accommodation
  • Peace of mind that your holiday is handled by an established & trusted local business
  • An experienced & knowledgeable team available for any pre-trip help & advice

Croatia - Pula 10 nights

Pula perfectly blends ancient Rome with the vitality of modern Croatia!

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£798.00

* per person based on 2 sharing. June departure, other dates may vary
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