The Croatian city of Pula lies on the southwest corner of Istria. Charter Yachts can berth in the Heart of the City, overlooking the spectacular Roman Amphitheatre. The Amphitheatre is still in use, although the Gladiators have been replaced by passive Concerts, Opera and International Film Festivals.
Pula is well known for its Roman Ruins. A settlement was founded in 44 BC, which swiftly grew and became the administration of Istria. Many beautiful buildings were under construction at this time. A visit by Yacht to Pula is definitely recommended for a Charter along the Istrian Coast.
Pula has been governed by the Romans, the Goths, the Frankish Empire, The Venetian Empire, Austria, Italy and finally returned to Croatia after the Second World War.
At the entrance to Pula lies the beautiful Brioni Islands, which have several important archaeological sites, which include a Roman Villa, which has 3 temples within the grounds and the Byzantine Castle.