Was es in Pula zu sehen gibt
Discover the vibrant city of Pula in one day, or make your stay longer and buzz around its amazing surroundings. The biggest city on the Istrian peninsula is home to many impressive Roman monuments, while the Austro-Hungarian street architecture makes it a perfect place for countless summer nights in cozy bars and restaurants. The surroundings, however, are the real gem - you will be blown away by amazing sights, pebble-stone beaches, and unforgettable sunset spots.
What to see in Pula in one day
If you only have one day to discover Pula, we suggest discovering the most important monuments and sights. Check out the impressive Pula Arena, the best-preserved Roman monument in Istria. Beware of crowds and higher temperatures, so it is best if you visit it first thing in the morning. Complete your one day in Pula with a stop at the City Market, pick up some fresh fruits and move along to Sergijevaca shopping street that starts right after the Arch of the Sergii, an ancient Roman arch. At the end of this shopping street, you will get to the stunning temple of Augustus and the Forum square. Pick out a table there and enjoy a cup of coffee or lunch in the most vibrant part of the city.
What to see in Pula during a few days stay
Pula has amazing surroundings that you can discover during a few days. We suggest visiting Brijuni National park as a one-day trip, or Cape Kamenjak, a protected natural reserve and the southernmost point of the peninsula.
All beaches around Pula offer beautiful sights, clear water, and all kinds of water and sports activities. In the close vicinity of Ribarska koliba resort, there are a few amazing ones: Umbrella beach, Brioni beach, and Hawaii beach.
The coast around Pula has a few islands that you can visit. Spend a day on the cozy islands of Levan or Fratarski.
Discover the vibrant city of Pula in only one day - or a few. Ask our reception staff for the best recommendations, and make the most of your visit. Ribarska koliba is an expert in local travel, culture, gastronomy, and tips.