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Geography and climate of Pula
Nestled between seven hills, this ancient town of Croatia has a naturally protected harbour on the inner part of a wide gulf. If you are sailing here, you must avail of one of two entrances on your yacht charter: the Adriatic Sea or through the Fažana Channel. Protected by the Alps, Pula benefits from a mild Mediterranean climate, with nearly every day of the week in summer months enjoying exquisite sunshine, perfect for a day on your sailboat sailing from the marina to the islands nearby. June through August see temperatures in Pula reach 28℃ with 10 hours of sunshine, meaning you won’t want to spend any time in the cabins of your boat.
Of course, like any town in Croatia, Pula can be subject to the Bora winds from the north which may affect sailing. In the summer, the Maestral winds for your sailboat charter are much more pleasant. Your skipper will be well capable of handling the winds on your yacht, or you can check the weather details in the marina before your boat leaves for a day of sailing. Many charters also occur in September in Pula, when the sea temperature is most pleasant every week. You can also avail of a lower price for mooring your sailboat in the marina due to less demand for yacht charters.
Admire the details of the architecture of Croatia on display in the town
Pula and the surrounding islands are famous for their ancient architecture. One of the best-preserved Roman amphitheatres, locally known as Arena, is in the centre of the Old Town, and is an extremely popular destination for anyone who chooses Pula for a yacht charter. Your skipper will give you details on how to get there from the marina, its price, and when best to go. The tunnels underneath have been transformed into an exhibition, perfect to visit when you need a break from sailing during the week. Start your day exploring Pula early. Leave the cabins and meet at the Arch of Sergi, an ancient construction known across Croatia. Later, visit the market where the fishermen bring their fresh produce every day from their boat, and you can stock up on supplies for your sailboat before you continue your week of sailing. Thanks to the great price of the goods, you can buy your shopping for the week to make sure you – and your skipper – are well fed for the week on your yacht charter.
Brijuni National Park – Visit the islands on your yacht charter
Choose a day or two during your week of sailing in Pula to visit the Brijuni Islands on your sailboat. There are 14 small islands off the coast of the town, and they are home to this national park of Croatia. The islands’ history is just as long the mainland city’s is. There is a vibrant biodome of flora and fauna in the Brijuni National Park with over 600 plant species and numerous indigenous animals to spot during your sailing holiday here. The diverse ecosystem and protected area allow these animal and plant species to roam free and flourish without human intervention. There is also a safari park that is home to many exotic animals, which you can visit while your yacht is in the marina. Ask your skipper to sail your boat charter to the part of the national park which is home to the oldest olive tree in Croatia and even the Mediterranean. Brijuni National Park is an important stop during your week of sailing on your yacht charter for nature lovers. With an abundance of details to admire and appreciate, plenty of places to moor your sailboat for a comfy sleep in your cabins, and ample nature trails to explore every day, this is a prime destination in Pula. Not to mention Brijuni is home to the most riveting snorkeling sites in Croatia, should you wish to dive in off your boat at a competitive price. Just beneath the surface a new world is thriving with lively marine animals from sea urchins to crab and fish, and rare date shells .
When you charter a yacht in Pula, you will be more than content with the high quality standard of Marina Veruda, where you may choose to return to every day on your boat thanks to the competitive price and extensive facilities. When you meet your skipper here at the start of the week, or speak with the staff of the marina, they will be more than happy to give you details on places to visit in Pula, islands around which you will spend the day sailing, or the best restaurants in town. Just unpack your belongings in the cabins and you can head straight for the pool! Relax after a day of sailing on your yacht charter in the bar or restaurant, where you can meet other sailors who have charters in Pula. Everything you may need on your boat can be found in the Boat Equipment Store, while you can stock the cabins and your fridge with snacks (your skipper may want some too!). Marina Veruda is truly the bee’s knees of marinas, so make sure you view details on when is best to visit for your yacht charter week in Pula.
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