Pula is the largest city on the Istrian peninsula and is located in the peninsula's south. Pula's natural surroundings are magical, with views of the Adriatic from beneath seven hills. Pula is famous for its mild climate and beautiful sea, but it also has a long history of winemaking, fishing, and shipbuilding. It also has many ancient Roman structures, such as the magnificent and well-preserved amphitheater.
It has a good nightlife and a lot of interesting history to explore. It is also regarded as a major tourism destination, with numerous activities and experiences available.