Euromarine charter fleet is located on pier A. In the ACI marina Pula premises there is an exchange office, a restaurant, sanitary facilities (toilets and showers), a service station and a parking space. All berths are equipped with water and electricity ports. Fuel station is in a small dock nearby. Port Authorities and Customs Office are also nearby. All the necessary cruising equipment can be purchased in the nearby shops and shopping centres.

PULA

Pula is the largest town in Istria, located at the southernmost point of the peninsula, does not reveal its cultural wealth at first glance, nor does it hint at the beauty of its immediate surroundings. The reasons lie in its location in a low-lying area, the size of the town and the buildings at its periphery. However, when in the center of the town, we are immediately impressed by the monumentality and level of preservation of the amphitheater which bears witness to the significance of Pula and Istria going back to Ancient times. This is the sixth largest Roman amphitheater in the world, and also one of the best preserved.

The amphitheater was built during the rule of Emperor Vespasian in the 1st century BC and has remained virtually unchanged for 2000 years. Once, it was used as an arena to stage cruel and merciless gladiator fights that were watched by up to 20,000 spectators, while today it is a tourist attraction and a favoured stage for various types of events, mostly concerts, from classical music and ballet to rock, which take well to the unique surroundings and acoustics. However, the best known among all such events is the national, and since recently international Film Festival which takes place every year in July.

In addition to its amphitheater, Pula has a range of other monuments dating from Roman times, like the Triumphal Arch of the Sergii in the very heart of the town. The town is also home to the Archaeological Museum of Istria, one of the most important museums in Croatia with regard to its holdings. The museum houses the largest number of archaeological findings in Istria, covering the period from prehistory to the Middle Ages. Many precious monuments, particularly from more recent times, can be seen in the Historical Museum of Istria, as well as in a number of small galleries. Paintings and graphics of interest can be seen in the imposing building housing the City Government, particularly from the times of the Habsburgs, i.e. the Austro-Hungarian Empire, when Pula was one of the largest naval/military bases in the world.

The surroundings of Pula also abound in valuable cultural and historical monuments, in particular the Brijuni National Park, the crown jewel of Istria’s natural heritage. Contained within it are particularly valuable monuments dating from Antiquity, such as Roman villas, and the fortification complexes dating from the Habsburg period, best known among them being the fortification on the island of Mali Brijun which today occasionally acts as a stage for theater productions. Located near Pula is the ancient Illyrian town of Nezactium, dating back to pre-Roman times, and rising on the most far flung, southernmost point of the Istrian peninsula, near Cape Kamenjak, is the imposing Porer lighthouse.

    Base manager: Mr. Lalic Danijel
  • Phone / Fax: +385 52 216 249
  • Calling from Croatia: 052 216 249
  • Mobile: +385 98 729 221
  • Calling from Croatia: 098 729 221
    Reception: Mrs. Roberta Bazon
  • Mobile: +385 98 299 875
  • Calling from Croatia: 098 299 875
  • E-mail: pula@euromarine.hr
    ACI MARINA PULA
  • Riva 14
  • 52 000 Pula
  • Croatia
  • 44"56,6' N 13"50' E
    General remarks:
  • Pula has regular bus and rail connections with all Croatian cities.
  • Pula airport is only 5 km away from the city.
    Distances:
  • Trieste - 121 km
  • Milan - 539 km
  • Roma - 805 km
  • Graz - 403 km
  • Vienna - 588 km
  • Budapest - 609 km
  • Munich - 607 km
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