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ACI Marina Pula, Istria, Croatia

ACI Marina Pula, known as Port of Pula, is located on the natural harbour of the city with the same name, on the Croatian coast, being very close to the Brijuni Islands. 
 
ACI Marina Pula has 194 berths (displayed on 4 pontoons) for yachts up to 40 m long with a maximum draft of 12 m, and all of them are provided with water and electricity.
 
Located in the heart of the historic centre of Pula - the largest city from Istria, ACI Marina Pula is positioned in one of the best protected and largest bays on the west coast of Istria.
 
The city of Pula is the biggest Istrian city, well known for its historical monuments, impressive sights and natural beauties that express the Croatian cultural heritage. The marina lies in the centre of the city, where guests can enjoy the energy and the atmosphere of the historical city. The most popular attractions are the Arena from Pula, where ancient ruins bring back the old times, along with the Amfiteatro Romano di Pula Istria or the Temple of Augustus.
 
There are excellent restaurants that serve traditional dishes and luxurious hotels where guests can enjoy the surroundings from their rooms. The Park Plaza Histria Pula, the Oasi Boutique Hotel, etc., are among the modern accommodation units in the famous city of Pula. This place is an ideal destination for the holidaymakers who enjoy a mix of history and entertainment.

Facilities of ACI Marina Pula

Wifi

Restaurant

Rent car

Master harbour

Laundry

Fuel station

Electricity

Drinking water

Crane

Bar

Atm

Market

SPA&Wellness

Dressing rooms

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Cancellation Policy of ACI Marina Pula : restrictive

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Attractions in Istria

The Croatian peninsula called Istria is located between the Trieste Gulf and the Kvarner Gulf. The identity of this region is very hard to define, giving the fact that it was conquered by different countries along the history. Today, Istria belongs to Croatia, Slovenia and Italy and therefore, the culture and the traditions here are combined. This might be the reason why the city is one of the most popular destinations in Croatia. The access to the peninsula can be easily made from many countries.

It is also known as the “new Tuscany” due to the Italian, strong influences in the area. The city called Pazin is the capital of Istria and the coastal city called Pula is the economic centre of the region. This side of Croatia has been developed from all of the points of view and that is the reason why it became a cosmopolitan region and the most successful in the country. Istria is a destination that will turn any vacation into a ... more info