Pula is a coastal city, so the sea is an important part of the culture. Beaches are in abundance and it may be hard for you to find your favorite. There are city beaches and secluded beaches all around the city. Visit Brioni beach during your yacht charter in Pula. Located in the tourist zone of Verdulela, this rocky beach has been awarded a Blue Flag. Also, in the Verduela peninsula is Hawaiian Cove Beach. The center of the beach is pebbles making the water light turquoise in color ideal for snorkeling. The sides are rocky and perfect for water jumps. It is one of the most popular beaches in Pula. It’s name is derived from the high waves during Jugo, a southern wind, in its’ cove similar to Hawaii. Another amazing beach is Proština, from its rocky beach you can see the Brijuni islands. Apart from swimming and sunbathing, there are ruins and fortified old buildings along with a lighthouse that has been standing since antiquity. Just north there is Beach Vile, it has a pebbled coast is surrounded by lush greenery and features a sandy volleyball field and water sports. Beach AC Stoja is a both a sandy and stone beach with great dive sites with crystal-clear water. The last beach to visit is Lighthouse Beach on the Verduela peninsula. This beach is perfect for adventure seekers and those who enjoy waves. There is a sea reef about 30m from shore named Apple because of its shape. There is a lighthouse about 2om away from the beach that was built in 1877.
Don’t forget to enjoy your nights off the boat during your yacht charter in Pula. Pula’s nightlife is filled with history much like the city itself many of the clubs and bars are housed in ancient and historic buildings. Although, your night won’t be crazy like Ibiza or Saint Tropez, you will definitely enjoy yourself. Stop in Cabahia, a top choice for bars in Pula. It is 2km south of the center and is perfect for the artsy crowd. Imagine going to a bar and ending up at a mansion. That will be your reality if you visit Bass bar in the Habsburg-era mansion. It features an extensive cocktail menu and a laid-back environment. Bar hopping is also a great nighttime activity to Pula to see all of the scenery the bars offer. Upon entering take a picture with James Joyce’s statue at Caffe Uliks. This ground floor of the building is where Joyce taught English in the early 20th century. Right on the harbour and next to the rowing club, Pietas Julia is the ideal bar when leaving Pula. It stays open to 5am on weekends during the summer and during the day they serve breakfast and snacks. This bar is also a perfect place to watch the sunset over the beautiful blue Adriatic. If you’re looking for late night fun on the beach, then Zeppelin beach and lounge bar is the perfect place for you. Housed in the Forum, the city center in Pula. Cvajner bar sits inside a former bank and has a great view of the Temple of Augustus. Last but not least the best club or party scene you will experience during your yacht charter in Pula, Uljanik Club. The “largest urban music club in the area”. Since it opened in the 60s, this club has made a name for itself. Now housing a burger shop, live music and themed nights this is the ideal clubbing night for your first or last night in the Pula.
Art has played an immense role in the city’s history and a newly opened Verduela Art Park is a testament to this. The new park is in between Ambrela beach and is home to an array of sculptures and installations. This unique park intertwines architecture, lighting projects, and sculpting. The largest art museum in Pula is the Museum of Contemporary Art of Istria. The museum features works created from the second half of the last century up until present works created by artists from around the globe. An interesting museum to visit on your yacht charter in Pula is the MEMO Museum- museum of everyday life and good memories. Designed to be interactive this museum takes you back to the beginning of the 50s to the end of the 80s with multimedia display. Sacred Hearts museum is also a good museum for art lovers to visit. Initially built in 1908 as a convent and church, it now houses collections of prehistoric art all the way through medieval times. They have different exhibitions throughout the year so check on the website to be updated.
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