Istria’s largest city, Pula brims with historical sights, the grandest of which is certainly the Roman amphitheatre. Locally known as the Arena, it is one of the best-preserved Roman Imperial buildings in the world, testifying to the turbulent and millennia-long history of this region.
The enormous natural harbour has been used since early Antiquity, and it served as the main naval harbour of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. In the very heart of this historic harbour, only metres away from the Arena, lies the ACI Marina Pula International Airport is only 5 km away.
In the immediate vicinity of Pula are the Brijuni Islands, once among the most prestigious summer resorts visited by emperors, presidents, world leaders and stars of Hollywood’s golden age. For thousands of years Pula has been both a centre of Istria and a gateway to it, one of the ideal starting points for an exploration of natural, cultural and culinary riches of the peninsula that is often described as an untouched, pristine version of Tuscany.
-194 berths (moorings)
-mega yachts up to 40 m in length can be accommodated