Be enlivened by the rich history, coastal charm, and inspiring beauty of Pula

Experience the storied heritage of Pula by visiting a variety of historical sites, including age-old temples, caves, and fortifications. Journey through time in the archaeological museum or be amazed by the breathtaking Roman amphitheater. To enjoy water sports and untouched nature, take a trip to Brijuni National Park—a scenic string of stunning Adriatic islands.

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Pula Arena

2.62 mi / 4.21 km from the hotel
The Pula Arena is a dramatic Roman amphitheater and Croatia's best-preserved ancient monument. This dramatic arena hosts operas, ballets, and other cultural events. An alluring underground museum also features exhibitions about olive oil and wine production.

Temple of Augustus

2.29 mi / 3.68 km from the hotel
Dedicated to the first emperor, Augustus, this well-preserved temple is an exceptional example of architecture from the early ages of the Roman Empire. Embark on a guided tour or visit the museum to view intriguing archaeological relics.

Archaeological Museum of Istria

2.38 mi / 3.84 km from the hotel
The Archaeological Museum of Istria is located on a lush peninsula of ruins and beaches, and houses artifacts from Roman, medieval, and prehistoric times. The grand museum halls also feature new finds from local archaeological sites, such as ancient caves, forts, and burial grounds.

Zerostrasse Tunnels

2.41 mi / 3.87 km from the hotel
Zerostrasse is an extensive system of subterranean tunnels and passages, first built as air raid shelters in the early 20th century. Today, they stretch below most of Pula. Explore this remarkable underground world, which is now used for sightseeing tours, cave exploring, and social events.

Brijuni (Brioni) National Park

6.29 mi / 10.12 km from the hotel
Discover the untouched nature of Brijuni National Park—a stunning chain of Adriatic islands, rich with vibrant flora and fauna. Immerse yourself in energizing activities such as kayaking, scuba diving, and cycling, or play a relaxing round of golf on the scenic course.

Fort Punta Christo

4.64 mi / 7.47 km from the hotel
This historic fortress was constructed in the late 19th century and is part of a network of Austria-Hungarian fortifications that sprawl up the coastline. Abandoned after the Second World War, it is now a present-day site for numerous music concerts, festivals, and exhibitions.