Pula – a great destination for sailing in the Adriatic

Pula is one of the best tourist spots in Croatia, which is especially preferred by those who want to sail and charter yachts in general because the local port is lined with moorings that offer yachts for charter. Pula is located on the tip of the Istria Peninsula, and is widely regarded as one of the classic sailing areas in Croatia that attracts increasing numbers of tourists every year.

One of the main reasons for the popularity of this city is its long history, most of which can still be seen to this day, starting with Roman ruins and then remaining Slavic from the Middle Ages. Despite these cultures, throughout most of its history, Paula was predominantly inhabited by the Italians, for some reason from the conflict between Genoa and Venice for a long time.

Today, after a turbulent period under the Austro-Hungarian Empire and then returning to Croatia, the city of Pula is mainly inhabited by Serbs, Italians, Bosnians and Slovenes. This is testament to the group of local cultures and nationalities and to their minds and open hearts.

The most famous sites in the city are undoubtedly those that date back to the Roman era, starting from the forum, which is located in the main square in the city, and continues with remains of other times and cultures, such as the Monastery of St. Francis, "Kastel" and the sailors' cemetery with a monastery where you will find nearly 15,000 Austrian Hungarian soldiers.

For those who come to Paula for a yacht vacation rentalAn important factor is finding new products to buy and this can be done on the local central market. Here you will find deals on fresh seafood, crafts and souvenirs, as well as other jewelery. However, while you are in this part of Croatia, we advise you to bring some local dishes such as wine and truffles. For this, you should head down to Zigante. For more modern shopping, there is a mall located near the airport.

For beautiful Yacht rental vacation in Pula, You simply have to taste some local cuisine that can only be described as fresh and sophisticated. Very similar to Mediterranean foods, they are highly dependent on seafood and local products like olives and truffles but also whole meats like lamb or goat. As a sign of the city's long Italian heritage, there are still many Italian restaurants serving special dishes.

If you are looking for fun after dark, there are many places that you and the sailing crew can enjoy. However you will find that most places in the old quarter are somewhat paralyzed due to local restrictions that impose public lights after midnight. But outside this central part, the party lasts until the early hours of the morning, so you and your friends who are looking for fun should not go.

Since we are talking about ways to spend your free time, let's talk about local events. It must be said that Paula wears the badge of the famous resort resort with pride and distinction and knows how to attract her visitors. As you expect, most of the city's holidays and celebrations take place during the summer to coincide with the tourist season. Some of these festivals include the Seasplash Reggae Festival in July, the Pula Film Festival and the Histria Festival in August.