Modern resort amidst many historical attractions
Four kilometres from the 3,000-year-old city centre of Pula, Park Plaza Verudela Pula is surrounded by lush vegetation and sits on the coastline of the beautiful Adriatic Sea. This family-friendly resort is also near some of the best attractions on the Punta Verudela Peninsula. Hop aboard public transit or rent a car on site and head to the city for a trip to the fascinating archaeological museum. A history museum is also located in Pula, housed in the hilltop Venetian Fortress. For a more hands-on experience of Istrian history, visit the sixth-largest Roman amphitheatre in the world, dating back to the first century. Don’t want to plan your own itinerary? Book a thrilling tour or excursion
from the comfort of the resort. If you need a break from sightseeing, take up a water sport, join a volleyball game on the beach or sunbathe on the pebbly shore.
Festivals and events in Pula
Make the most of your stay and take part in a range of festivals and events in Pula scheduled for this year. From music concerts, films and theatrical festivals to sporting and historical events, you are sure to find the ideal activity, whether you are on a romantic break, beach holiday or family trip.
Don’t miss these nearby attractions:
- Archaeological Museum of Istria (4 km)
Explore the prehistoric, classical and medieval periods of Croatia at this inspiring museum.
T: +385 52 351 300
- Amphitheatre at Pula (4 km)
This Tuscan-style amphitheatre is the only Roman structure of its kind to have four remaining side walls.
T: +385 52 219 028
- Aquarium Pula (400 m)
Home to Adriatic, Mediterranean and tropical marine life, Aquarium Pula is located in an ancient Austro-Hungarian fortress.
T: +385 52 381 402
- Cave Baredine (60 km)
Cave Baredine is a cavernous natural treasure full of stalagmites, stalactites and intriguing geomorphic sculptures.
T: +385 52 421 333
- Brijuni National Park (20 km)
A site of environmental, cultural and historical significance, this national park on Brijuni Island is perfect for outdoorsy travellers.
T: +385 52 525 888
- Historical and Maritime Museum of Istria (4 km)
This museum chronicles Istria’s past from the High Middle Ages to present day through a remarkable collection of 40,000 artefacts.
T: +385 52 211 566
- Lim Fjord (35 km)
Part of the lush Lim Valley, this 35-kilometre-long inlet resembles a Scandinavian fjord.
- Roman Forum (4 km)
Built in the first century BC as a Roman forum, this structure now operates as Pula’s Town Hall.
- Small Roman Theater (4 km)
This intimate performance venue on the north-eastern slopes of present day Pula was once located within Roman city walls.
- Temple of Augustus (4 km)
Dating back to 2 BC, this Roman temple was originally dedicated to the goddess Roma and the reigning emperor Augustus.
- Triumphal Arch of the Sergi (4 km)
Also known as the “Golden Gate,” this ornate architectural marvel was erected by the Sergi family in 27 BC
- Pula Airport (PUY) (13 km)
- Port of Pula (4 km)
- Train station (4 km)
- Bus station (just outside the resort)
Public buses run between city-centre Pula and the resort every 20 minutes. The cost for a one-way bus ticket is approximately EUR 1.40.