Pula Travel Guide
Medulin - the shady, sandy beach in Medulin nearby is ideal for families with young children - if you aren't planning on losing them in the crowds of Pula!
Stoja & Veruda - take a breath of fresh air at the busy waterfront of the city.
Valkane beach - walk along a beautiful stretch of the Adriatic coastline or go camping at nearby Stoja
Pula Restaurants and Bars
Local delicacies include oysters and shellfish. A favourite in Istria, the clawless spider crab, even has its own festival celebrated during May. The local version of minestrone soup (manistra) is also popular.
Cvajner - the Forum- spend an evening enjoying the art decor whilst mixing with the yuppies of Croatia in this unique gallery- cum- cafe.
Valsabbion - Pjescana uvala- traditional and international menu, serving very highly rated food from 12am to 12pm.
Delfin - Kandlerova- Istrian dishes on the terrace is their speciality, served from 11am to midnight.
Pula Bars & Clubs
Uljanik Rock Club - put on your dancing shoes and hit the road ( Jura Dobrile Rd to be exact); when they have an event on, this is the place to be.
Disco Piramida - Zlatne stijene - a well known place to let your hair down and dance the night away
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