Why not try camping in Croatia for sun-soaked holidays on the Istrian coast? Not far from Italy, Pula is an unmissable site in the region of Istria where you can travel back in time and marvel at the remnants of the classical world. A must-see for history and archaeology fans, as well as for lovers of nature and the great outdoors.
In the heart of the town, the Roman amphitheatre is the principal attraction. You will be amazed at how well preserved it is, despite multiple invasions over the centuries. Built entirely in limestone, the amphitheatre is impressively large and can hold up to 2000 people. Constructed on a fourth-century Christian place of worship, Pula Cathedral dates from the 13th century and draws in crowds with its beautiful architecture.
After admiring the façade of the Communal Palace, which blends Roman and Gothic styles with a contemporary Baroque touch inspired by the Renaissance, take a moment to relax in the Forum, where you can enjoy an ice cream or a drink in the shadow of historic monuments. A visit to Pula would not be complete without seeing the Venetian fortress of Kastel, the Triumphal Arch of the Sergii (from the 1st century BC) and the Roman ramparts.
Nature-lovers should see Brijuni National Park and take a dip in the crystal-clear waters of Cape Kamenjak or the Brijuni Islands! Book your stay in Pula now with Homair and enjoy the best campsite in town.
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