Welcome to the 3000 years of history! The history of Pula-Pola starts with the myth of the Argonauts and the search for the Golden Fleece. It was the home of the Histrians, the Romans and the Venetians. Once the central Austrian port, today it is the largest cultural and economic center of Istria. Various layers of history took part in the making of this unique town with Roman temples, early Christian churches and Austrian villas. Wherever you go, you will see that the town's rich history and culture make a perfect scenography for supreme musical and dramatic spectacles. Pula is home to one of the best preserved Roman amphitheatres in the world, the most significant monument in Pula! This grandiose edifice allows you to get an insight of its glorious history, the one you can see, feel, and experience.
Only some 10 km north of Pula, you can enjoy the loveliness of Fažana. Stone houses reflect the peacefulness of the times past. Looking at the sea, you will see the Brijuni islands. In this unique national park, exceptional historical monuments make peace with the cultivated landscape rich with flora and fauna from all over the world.
If you go some 10 km south of Pula, you will come across a beautiful peaceful bay with archipelago of islets and the picturesque small town of Medulin. Due to its perfectly clear sea, its rich offer and pleasant climate. On the other side of the Medulin bay, Pomer and Premantura are settled. Today these are popular places for tourism, gates through which you can reach the most southern part of Istria: Kamenjak Cape, a nature reserve and one of those wonders that only nature can create.