The region of Pula on the south coast of Sardinia is home to some of the island’s finest beaches, framed by coves and cliffs and overlooked by medieval Spanish towers.
The best beaches in Pula, include…
Unwind on this white-sand beach framed by a rocky headland where well preserved 9th century BC ruins stand.
Swim in the shallow water and go scuba diving in the clear turquoise waters of the bay. Then hike along the narrow causeway to the promontory of Capo di Pula and explore the ancient fortress.
Facilities include beach umbrellas, sun loungers and peddle boat rental as well as a café and restaurant.
Nora Beach is located 3km south of Pula.
Pick your own spot to sunbathe on this long crescent of white sand that shelves into the clear waters of a deep blue bay.
Stroll along the soft white sand to the nearby ruins of a Roman amphitheatre and visit the twin Spanish watchtowers that stand guard at either end of the beach.
Check out the juniper-scented Chia Dunes, which lie only a few kilometres away. Porto d’Agumu
Beach is located near Pula on Sardinia’s southern tip.
More information on how to get to Pula…
|› Alghero||› Costa Rei||› Ogliastra|
|› Chia||› Costa Paradiso||› Pula|
|› Costa Smeralda||› Orosei||› Villasimius|
Latest update: Best Beaches in Pula: 11 December, 2019
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