Istrien & Kvarner

Istrien & Kvarner

Istrien & Kvarner – Pula

In the north of Croatia is Istria, the largest peninsula in the Adriatic, with beautiful harbor towns such as Porec, Rovinj and Pula, and Kvarner Bay with the islands of Krk, Rab, Cres and Losinj.
The region of Istria is one of the most beautiful holiday regions in Croatia. Between Trieste and Rijeka there are over 530 kilometers of indented coastline, some of which are fjord-like. Mediterranean climate, crystal clear water, fantastic bathing bays, idyllic coastal towns, remarkable architectural monuments and an intact nature make Istria so worth seeing.
The infrastructure for water sports enthusiasts is particularly excellent on the west coast of Istria. There are numerous modern marinas and harbor towns, the historic old towns of which are all worth seeing.
Kvarner Bay – nestled in the north by Istria and in the south by Dalmatia – is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Croatia.
Impressive mountain ranges – in the north the Gorski Kotar Mountains and in the east the Velebit Mountains – picturesque coastal towns such as Opatija, Crikvenica and Novi Vinodolski, the beautiful offshore islands of Cres, Losinj, Krk and Rab, a Mediterranean flora and fauna and 2500 hours of sunshine in Year make Kvarner Bay so special.
The Kvarner Islands offer a lot of variety for sailors. Those who like it entertaining will find plenty of opportunities in Cres, Rab, Krk or Losinj to have fun late into the night. There are also a lot of beautiful anchorages here. If you like it quieter, head for the smaller islands. Many are car-free and sparsely populated, such as the islands of Susak, Premuda, Illovik and Sv.Petar. Despite the many day trippers on the islands, sailors find a lot of peace and tranquility on these little islands.


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On the southern tip of Istria is Pula – the largest and oldest town on the peninsula and the tourist and cultural center of the region. Pula and its surroundings can look back on 7000 years of history. Most of the monuments in the old town date from the Roman heyday in the first century. In 177 BC Pula was conquered by the Romans and was a Roman colony for a long time. The current landmark of Pula was built under Emperor Augustus – the amphitheater, which is located right next to the ACI Marina. It is the fifth largest Roman theater in the world and one of the main attractions of Pula. The theater is still used for music and dance events in the summer months. The Arch of the Sergier family, built 29-27 BC. BC, the Temple of Augustus, the fortress fort, the Cathedral of the Assumption, Hercule Gate and many other sights are worth a visit in Pula. Due to its location in the south of the Istrian peninsula, Pula is an excellent starting point for a sailing trip in the northern Adriatic, in the Kvarner and to the islands of Rab, Cres, Lošinj, Krk, Susak, Silba and Unije.

Marina Pula

The ACI Marina Pula is located in the southeast part of the city port of Pula, which is well protected from wind and weather by a breakwater in a large bay. The ACI Marina has 213 berths in the water, which are equipped with electricity and water connection.

Geographical location: 44 ° 52.6 ’N 13 ° 50’ E?
Opening time: all year round
Berths: 213
Services / facilities: reception, restaurant, exchange office, sanitary facility, 10 ton crane, parking lot, rental car offer, port office, petrol station and customs office in the immediate vicinity
Transport connections: Road and rail transport links Pula with all Croatian cities. Pula Airport is only 5 km from the city. Distances: Trieste – 110 km, Milan – 520 km, Graz – 430 km, Vienna – 610 km, Munich – 630 km

Riva 1
52100 Pula, Croatia
Tel .: +385 52 219 142 / Fax: +385 52 211 850

Marina Veruda

Marina Veruda is quickly and easily accessible and a popular starting point for sailors. The marina – awarded the “Blue Flag” for its efforts to comply with high environmental protection criteria – has 630 berths by the sea with electricity and water connections for ships that are up to 30 m long.

Geographical location: 44 ° 50` 04 “N – 13 ° 50` 03” E
Opening time: all year round
Berths: 630 water berths, 250 on land
Service facilities: over 300 parking spaces, three well-equipped and modern sanitary facilities, a laundry, a supermarket, bistro-pizzeria, restaurant, a nautical shop and a kiosk with international magazines
Transport connections: Road and rail transport links Pula with all Croatian cities. Pula Airport is only 5 km from the city. Distances: Trieste – 110 km, Milan – 520 km, Graz – 430 km, Vienna – 610 km, Munich – 630 km

Cesta prekomorskih brigoda 12
Pula, Croatia
Te. +385 52 224 034 / Fax +385 52 211 194

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