Pula with it's roman amphitheater, monuments and sea views has everything to offer for a great holiday!

Pula is located on the southern tip of the Istrian peninsula. It has it’s own airport, but is very good to reach by car with the new modern roads in Istria. The town has many historic sites, like the Roman amphitheatre which is in better condition than most buildings from Roman times. Surrounded by the Adriatic sea it offers ample opportunities for a sun and beach holiday.

Churches in Pula

  • Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, for the Clock Tower stones from the Amphitheatre were used in 1707
  • Church and Monastery of St. Francis, white stone building with Gothic rose-window
  • Chapel of St. Mary of Formosa, elegant chapel with mosaic floor from the 6th century
  • Church of our Lady of the Sea, with great views overlooking the sea

Tourist Information Centre Pula
address Forum 3, 52100 Pula
telephone +385 52 219 197
e-mail tz-pula@pu.t-com.hr
website www.pulainfo.hr

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