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Villa with pool for rent in Pula


Slowly but surely Pula has become a popular destination in Croatia. Pula is located on the peninsula of Istria in the north of Croatia. The small enchanting city by the sea inspires its visitors with great cafes, restaurants and small bays with crystal clear water for swimming. The city scores with its beautiful landscape and creates a very special flair with its cultural side. Here you can go on sightseeing and spend long afternoons in cafes. In addition, you can enjoy the culinary specialties of Croatia in Pula! In the numerous restaurants you will find local dishes that will delight the palate.

To help you enjoy your holiday in Pula to the fullest, offers you first class holiday villas with pool! Here you will find various holiday villas in Pula! There is something for everyone - be it a villa with a pool for a family holiday or a holiday villa for a nice holiday for two. Our holiday villas with pool in Pula have been carefully selected and visited by our team to ensure maximum comfort. Find at your villa with pool for your holiday in Pula!


How to reach Pula


Getting to Pula is very easy and cheap. Since Pula has an airport, you can quickly reach the city by plane. Suburb is also the possibility to take a rental car, so you can explore the area on your own.

By car you are also very good on the road: From Munich you drive by car about six hours to Pula. Here one must note that one examines the travel documents before the ride and the tolls into account. Not to forget is also the vignette duty and possible fees for motorway tunnel. Ideally one drives from Germany over Austria and Slovenia to Croatia. From Nuremberg you drive about eight hours and 30 minutes to Pula at a distance of 780 kilometers. Upon arrival, head to your villa with pool! Enjoy our stay in Croatia with our holiday villas! Rent a villa with pool at villsy!


Discover Pula and surroundings


There is a lot to see in Pula. A true tourist magnet is the amphitheater, also known as the Arena of Pula. It is one of the sixth largest arena in the world. During the time of the Romans and the Middle Ages many battles were fought here. Today, numerous concerts and events take place in the arena. Another highlight is the triumphal arch, also called the "Golden Gate". Some time ago, t