Pula is one of the main tourist locations in Croatia, favored especially by those who took a liking to sail and yacht charter in general as a local port that offers a marina lined with yachts for hire.
Located at the very tip of the Istrian peninsula, Pula is widely regarded as one of the classic sailing Croatia exciting ever-increasing number of tourists every year.
One of the main reasons for the popularity of this town is a long history, most of which can still be seen today, starting with Roman ruins and then remains of a medieval Slavic. Get more about Sailing in Pula via www.sailing-holidays-in-croatia.com/sailing-holidays/sailing-in-pula.
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Although this culture, in most of its history, Pula has been inhabited mostly by Italy, became the reason for disputes between Genoa and Venice for a long time.
Today, after a turbulent period under the Austro-Hungarian empire, and then returned to Croatia, Pula town mainly populated by Serbs, Italy, Bosnia, and Slovenia. This is evidence of local potpourri of cultures and nationalities and an open mind and heart.
The most iconic sites in the city are undoubtedly those of Roman times, starting with the Forum, located in the main square of the city.
For those who came to Pula for a yacht charter vacation, an important factor is to find fresh produce to buy and this can be done in the local exchange market.
Here you will find a bargain on fresh seafood, handicrafts, souvenirs, and other trinkets. However, when you are in this part of Croatia, we advise you to bring home some of the local dishes such as wine and truffles.