Medieval town, in Romanesque-Gothic-Renaissance style, built on the remains of a Roman temple of the goddess Diana

The landmark of the city is the Roman amphitheatre completed about 80 ce and seating 23,000. 

The Temple of Augustus of 1st century BC features a small museum inside.

The Old Market Hall is a 120-year-old hall, which is really authentic and sells regional products such as fish, meat, fruit, dairy products and vegetables, Croatian delicacies, olive oils, nuts, cheese and honey.

Fortress Kaštel, a fort from 17th century, houses a museum and offers a fantastic view.

Franciscan Church & Monastery from the 14th century  with beautiful Gothic interiror, altarpiece and cloister of the monastery.

For most beautiful beaches in Pula go to peninsula of Verudela with its fantastic bathing bays and just outside the city center.

Pula Aquarium suits families with children. it is located in the premises of the former Fortress Verudela.

Pula Sea Cave can be reached via a kayak or a boat tour. It is surrounded by an idyllic coastal landscape. The turquoise sea here is ideal to swim and snorkel and to explore a magnificent underwater world.

Take a boat trip The Brijuni National Park, one of the most famous in Istria. It will safari greet you with a park with llamas, elephants and zebras, a bird sanctuary, archaeological sites and a 24 km network of cycling paths.

Deep in the heart of the Istrian peninsula lies the ancient port city of Pula. Its rich history and strategic location on the Adriatic Sea have made it a coveted prize for conquerors throughout the ages. But one legend stands out among the rest, shrouded in mystery and whispered about in hushed tones by locals and visitors alike.


Legend has it that beneath the crystal clear waters of Pula's harbor lies an ancient treasure, lost for centuries to the depths. The treasure is said to have belonged to a great Roman emperor who once ruled over the city and its surrounding lands. Some say it was a trove of precious gems and gold, while others insist it was a priceless artifact of immense historical significance.


Despite numerous attempts to uncover the treasure over the years, no one has ever been able to locate it. Some say the emperor himself placed a curse upon it, ensuring that only the most worthy and pure of heart could lay claim to its riches. Others claim that the treasure is guarded by supernatural forces, lurking just beneath the waves, waiting to strike at any who dare to try and claim it for their own.


To this day, treasure hunters and adventurers from all over the world continue to flock to Pula in search of the lost treasure. Some claim to have come close to finding it, only to be thwarted by unseen forces or the treacherous currents of the Adriatic. But the legend of the lost treasure lives on, drawing in new generations of seekers and keeping the city of Pula forever shrouded in mystery and intrigue.