Pula

In Pula you’ll find Mediterranean flair, music festivals, fresh markets and plenty of sun. Everyday life between the Piazzetta, old town and sea is an exhilarating flurry of activity. Book now!

Region description

Pula in southern Sardinia: small, colourful and full of life

In Pula, Sardinia's charm shines for all to see – with Mediterranean flair, exciting festivals, fresh markets and plenty of sun. Everyday life between the Piazzetta, old town and sea is an exhilarating flurry of activity. What’s more, the idyllic beaches of southern Sardinia are just a stone's throw away. With its laid-back versatility, Pula could almost be described as a small metropolis. Weaving alleys and venerable patrician houses alternate with colourful façades and a dash of street art. Its plethora of small and large squares is guaranteed to fascinate every visitor, not to mention the spontaneous dancing they often host. On Tuesdays, the Piazzetta is transformed into a grand marketplace where an abundance of fresh produce is sold. In culinary terms, Pula also impresses with numerous restaurants, from typical, no-nonsense pizzerias to fine dining. For those in search of action, Pula's beaches are the perfect place to get sporty: windsurfers and sailors will definitely get their money's worth here.

Around Pula: jet-set lifestyle and deep-rooted history

Nearby beaches

- Santa Margherita di Pula 
- Chia beaches
- Spiaggia Tueredda
- Capo Teulada
 

The Is Molas golf course and the ancient city of Nora

Just a few minutes by car from Pula, international golfers and active holidaymakers meet on one of the most beautiful greens in Europe. In Nora, a large Roman archaeological site harbours secrets of bygone times. Meanwhile, the Amphitheatre by the sea stages celebrations of the here and now: the traditional La Notte dei Poeti poetry and musical festival is an atmospheric cultural event with a breathtaking backdrop.

Location and surroundings

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