The largest town on the Istrian peninsula offers a range of attractions to lovers of culture. The rich itinerary of its three-thousand-year-old history, where every step you take through the old town is a landmark, begins and ends with its Roman amphitheatre.
While strolling through Pula, you will come across numerous Roman monuments: the Triumphal Arch of the Sergi from the 1st century BC, the Hercules and Twin Gates, the Temple of Augustus, the Arena and the small Roman theatre in the town centre. A unique moment of enjoyment is relaxing in the main square, the Forum, which has managed to retain its role as a meeting place since the age of the Emperor Augustus.
Pula's great tourist asset is its 190 kilometres of indented coastline, crystal-clear sea and accessible beaches. There are beaches for all tastes: smooth flat stone ones or pebbly ones suitable for all generations, especially families with children, as well as secluded ones hidden by untouched greenery for those who love a bit of privacy.
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