Where to stay around Pula?

Our 2018 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 10,185 holiday lettings near Pula. From 6,427 Condos/Apartments to 6,424 Studios, find unique self catering accommodation for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends. The best place to stay near Pula is on HomeAway.

What are the most popular points of interest and landmarks to stay near when travelling to Pula?

HomeAway offers a large selection of holiday accommodations near great places in Pula. From HomeAway travellers, the most popular points of interest to stay near are:

  • Punta Verudela Beach: 10,871 holiday lettings
  • Pula Arena: 12,887 holiday lettings
  • Istrian Museum of Contemporary Art: 12,608 holiday lettings
  • Brijuni National Park: 13,473 holiday lettings
  • Historical and Maritime Museum of Istria: 12,577 holiday lettings

But there are many other points of interest around Pula listed on HomeAway where you can find your place to stay. Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available near the point of interest of your choice.

Can I rent Condos/Apartments in Pula?

Yes, of course. HomeAway offers 6,427 Condos/Apartments in Pula. Our other popular types of Pula holiday rentals include:

  • Studios: 6,424 self catering accommodations
  • Houses: 2,838 self catering accommodations
  • Villas: 844 self catering accommodations

But you can also enjoy a great stay in one of our other holiday rentals including Caravans and more.

Can I find a holiday accommodation with pool in Pula?

Yes, you can select your preferred holiday accommodation with pool among our 2,379 holiday homes with pool available in Pula. Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available.

    Pula – an Istrian gem

    Pula crowns the end of the Istrian Peninsula with its breathtaking medley of Roman ruins and marble-dressed forums. It's a fitting capital for a such an immersive region, one doused in taste-bud-tingling olive oils and sizzling with truffle-infused Italo-Croat pasta dishes. The landmark extraordinaire is the see-it-to-believe-it Roman amphitheatre – the Pula Arena –said to be the most awesome outside of Italy. Around that is an old town of ancient gates and temples bearing names like Augustus. Go further out and Pula holiday rentals dot the coast, which is rugged and rocky and splashed with crystal waters.

    Life on the Adriatic in Pula

    Relaxation isn't hard to come by in Pula – the town does spill into the Adriatic, after all. Just a bus ride to the centre and you could be strutting up the walks of the Verudela, a long and winding peninsula that encompasses pebbly coves and marinas filled with bobbing boats. It's got everything you need to enjoy a day in the Croatian sun with the family, whether that's seaside restaurants or sunbathing spots by the cliffs, aquariums or snorkelling inlets. You could even seek out Pula holiday rentals there, to bed down right next to the sea.

    Pula goes Roman

    The Pula Arena stands tall over all other attractions in this tight-knit city – literally. You can see it hulking overhead from the Riva walkway along the shore and from the marble-clad Forum, a space where other Roman relics reside. It's certainly worth a visit, especially in the summer months, when open-air theatre shows and music concerts take place there. For a deeper story of the great landmark, you can delve into the exhibits that hide underneath. It's a short but informative introduction to the Roman Empire's influence over the whole Adriatic.

    When the sun perks up in Pula

    Pula's certainly at its most enticing when the sun's shining. That's why the summer – from June to August – is the most popular season of all, when the shores of the Verudela headland are alive with sunbathers and swimmers, and all of the city's cafes and bars are open. You can seek out Pula holiday rentals with pools to help you deal with temperatures of nearly 30 degrees, or just bag a pad close to the seafront. Alternatively, it's worth remembering that Pula is a lived-in regional capital, which means its heritage sites and museums don't close up in the winter months, between December and March.

    Pula – the cap of Istria

    Pula sits at the very southern tip of the Istrian Peninsula. Beset by green hills of olive groves and veg farms, it's a region famous for its fertile soils and rustic charm. As all that rolls down to meet the sea, the land transforms into a rugged, rocky range of cliffs and coves – the sort of coastline Croatia is known for. A perfect picture of that can be found just south of the city in the protected Lower Kamenjak and Medulin Archipelago, a seaside medley of caves, grottoes, arched rock overhangs and tiny islets.