Istria. Lifestyle at the Adriatic.
Istria offers much more than sun and wonderful beaches set along 450 km of coastline.
This peninsula, with its natural and cultural attractions, is a destination to visit all year round.
An “active holiday” is the best way to describe a stay amongst the wonders of Istria, as you can practice all kind of sports: sailing, explore the underwater beauty with reefs, caves and shipwrecks, trekking, riding, paragliding, play tennis or golf....
And that‘s not all.... Istria also has an excellent reputation for cyclists, with its quiet roads during Spring and Autumn and amazing views, enchanting bays and scented pine forests. For those who want exclusive relaxation, Istria offers spas and wellness centres that are a pleasant alternative to a classic holiday.
The region is particular wellknown for exceptional gourmet experience, as for truffles, Istrian malvasia and olive oil, in an area full of wholesome produce and atmospheric medieval villages on the top of green hills. Sea, nature, cultural heritage and typical products - all demonstrate that Istria is the ideal destination for great cuisine, great wine and a great lifestyle.
What to do in Pula?
Pula has been under the rule of several parties over the centuries, but it remains a vast and beautiful coastal city along the Istrian Peninsula in Croatia. Reserve your flights to Pula with Ryanair, Europe’s favourite airline, and enjoy the best on-time performance in Europe.
Explore a Diverse History in Pula
A Day in Pula
Head off on a day trip to the various islands near Pula, or stroll along the beaches of Punta Verudela. Try and spot some of the well-preserved dinosaur prints. Enjoy football matches featuring the NK Istra 1961 club or experience a volleyball game at the RK Arena. Take a bike ride along the ninth EuroVelo cycling route. Book your Pula flights with Ryanair, the first and largest low fares airline in Europe. Don’t forget to download the Ryanair app to receive updates on your flight and prepare your boarding pass.