Novigrad

Novigrad holidays

On the western coast of Pula, you’ll find the town of Novigrad, where it’s all paint-by-numbers pastel-coloured houses, museums, small eateries, and calm seafronts. Explore the ancient medieval resort and learn about its historic treats inland. Seeking relaxation time? Head to one of the picturesque pebbly beaches. 

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Turn back the hands of time and venture around St Pelagio and St Maxim’s parish church bell tower, which is Novigrad’s most iconic landmark. The main town gates and walls are well worth a wander, too. The Baroque Gallery Rigo holds a great showcase of art on the ground floor of the former palace.

Food, glorious food

Calling all foodies! You can get your culinary fix in various traditional seafood restaurants around the resort. Octopus, in tartare style? Baked scallops? Side orders of rich asparagus? Yes, please! They’re just a handful of favourites. And as for the local wine, wash down a wholesome meal with a glass or two.

Island of Cres

Island of Cres

Pula Area

Cres Island can be reached easily, either from Brestova, which is on the Istrian peninsula, or from nearby Krk Island. It has a Venetian flavour, thanks to historical occupation, and there are several small,...
Katarina Island

Katarina Island

Pula Area

Take the ferry from Rovinj on the west side of the Istrian peninsula to the small, charming island of Katarina. Ferries run every half an hour and only take about ten minutes. There are lovely secluded beaches...
Medulin Village

Medulin Village

Pula Area

There’s a lovely harbour at Medulin Village, which can be reached in about 40 minutes on the bus from Pula. It also has a sandy beach – a rare thing in Croatia – which is lined with cafés, bars and restaurants....
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