Perched on Sardinia’s south western coast, Pula owes its fame to the beautiful beaches that adorn its coastline and the neighbouring coast of Chia.
The recent improvements made to Pula’s impressive environmental and archaeological heritage have transformed the town into one of Sardinia’s best-loved tourist destinations.
Despite the growth in tourism, Pula has not abandoned its agricultural roots, meaning that the town can offer its visitors outstanding quality products.
On summer evenings, youngsters and families fill the lively Piazza del Popolo, a true city lounge host to cafes, restaurants and ice-cream parlours. The packed calendar of festivals and events allows visitors to immerse themselves in local traditions and discover the very best of Sardinian food and wine.
Don’t miss a visit to the outstanding Nora Archaeological Site, one of the first Phoenician settlements in Sardinia and host to cultural shows and events during the summer season.
Visitors can take advantage of all the comforts offered by the town, or can easily reach the city of Cagliari that lies just 40 km away.