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Ferries Pula

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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
During the restricted period, access, circulation and parking are not allowed to the following vehicles:
- Rental vehicles which have not been rented in Formentera
- Quads
- Caravans and campers
Remember that it is mandatory to access to the formentera.eco page.

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The Port of Pula is located in the southwest of Croatia and supports the city's economy with its passenger and cargo traffic, providing year-round commercial and tourist traffic. The port area enjoys a good surveillance service and an excellent organizational plan of embarkation and disembarkation activities.

The number of passengers choosing the comfort of ferries to Pula increases exponentially during the summer holidays.

The port is very small and very easy to find, as it is only one kilometer from the city center and a few meters from the Roman Amphitheater or Arena of Pula.

Pula's main passenger port is located in Trajektna Iuka Pula, close to the city center.
You can then enjoy all the facilities and services of the city of Pula, such as stores, restaurants and bars, hotels, and car rentals. 

The port of Pula connects Croatia with Italy, more precisely it connects Pula with Venice, with about 6 runs per week. The sailing time is about 3 hours and the connections are operated by the Venezia Lines shipping company.

On the port of Pula, passengers can enjoy many services such as markets, local food kiosks and cozy waiting rooms. Car, scooters and bicycle rentals are available in front of the ferry embarkations for those arriving at the port without a vehicle. Restrooms, fueling stations, and a small workshop are also available.

➡️ About Pula: 

Pula's amphitheater is one of the most important examples of Roman settlement; in fact, it boasts a history dating back thousands of years.

The languages spoken in Pula are Croatian, Italian, Slovenian, and Serbian.

The city's commerce is based mainly on industries, although tourism in recent years has been growing more and more.

Pula ferries About Pula

The city of Pula is known for its numerous buildings of Roman architecture
The symbol of the city is the Arena, one of the best preserved Roman amphitheatres, which is not only a valuable cultural asset, but also a venue for various music and film events.

In Pula, there are other remains from the Roman period. Visit the Triumphal Arch of Sergius, the Forum with the Temple of Augustus, the meeting point of the city, where many buildings once stood and now only the Temple of Augustus remains.

To learn about the history of Pula and Istria, visit the Archaeological Museum. A small Roman theatre has been reproduced in its garden. Various religious monuments can be admired in the city centre. The most important are the cathedral and the chapel of St. Mary Formosa, a former Benedictine abbey.

Take your children to the Pula Aquarium, which is located inside the Austro-Hungarian military fortress and offers a view of the Verudela peninsula.

Pula is an ideal destination in Croatia if you are looking for a combination of cultural sightseeing and time on the beautiful beaches. There are many beaches around Pula, but the most touristy are Punta Verudela beach, Valkana beach and Kolumbarica.
If you want to experience nature and breathtaking landscapes, head to the Cape Kamenjak Nature Park or the Brijuni Islands National Park.

How to reach the boardings:

Address: Nautic harbour Katarina 52100, Pula, Croazia

GPS Coordinates: 44°52'26.4”N 13°50'09.9”E

The international airport is about 8 km from the port of Pula, and there is a bus service during the summer months. A taxi service is also available.

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