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Pula – A voyage through time


Pula, the largest city in Istria county is most well known for its mild climate and well-preserved Roman heritage. Superyacht travellers visiting the city are presented the rare privilege of seeing exquisite Roman buildings such as the triumphal arch and the 1st century arena- the sixth largest surviving Roman amphitheatre.

The city is also celebrated for its uncorrupted and relaxed nature, feeding the city’s tradition for winemaking, fishing and shipbuilding. The azure waters of the Adriatic Sea merge with the city’s coastline to produce idyllic beaches, hidden coves, historical wreck dives and fishing. As well as the strong Roman heritage, Pula also celebrates a mixture of other European and Mediterranean cultures, forming eclectic layers of sublime architecture and cultural sites.

For those luxury yacht travellers looking to take advantage of the city’s larger size, the Sergijevaca street features boutique shops, bars and the area’s luxury products- truffles and wine.