110+ Villas in Pula

Pula is one of the most popular destinations on the Croatian coast and the largest city on the Istrian peninsula. Situated in the very south of the peninsula, Pula is a city of many natural beauties and the centre of culture, industry and tourism in Istria. It is particularly well known for its rich history. Roman monuments such as the famous amphitheatre, the Temple of Augustus and the Arch of the Sergii, each with its own story of Roman heritage, attract thousands of visitors every year
In addition, Pula has beautiful beaches and numerous coves with crystal clear sea, accompanied by numerous hiking and cycling trails for an active holiday with the most beautiful views. The wide range of gastronomic delights and cultural events such as the Pula Film Festival are just some of the reasons why you should come and explore the city where history meets natural beauty and cultural treasures.
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Pula, Istria (Croatia)

From: 4.255 € per week

  • 10 Persons
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 50 m2
  • Villa 568m2
  • Pets allowed

From: 4.255 € per week

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Pula, Istria (Croatia)

From: 2.800 € per week

  • 10 Persons
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 30 m2
  • Villa 300m2
  • Pets not allowed

From: 2.800 € per week

Inquiry for Villa Nea

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Pula, Istria (Croatia)

From: 1.350 € per week

  • 6 Persons
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 28 m2
  • Villa 155m2
  • Pets not allowed

From: 1.350 € per week

Inquiry for Villa Omnia

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Pula, Istria (Croatia)

From: 2.106 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 32 m2
  • Villa 270m2
  • Pets allowed

From: 2.106 € per week

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Pula, Istria (Croatia)

From: 2.131 € per week

  • 6 Persons
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 24 m2
  • Villa 146m2
  • Pets not allowed

From: 2.131 € per week

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Pula, Istria (Croatia)

From: 4.081 € per week

  • 16 Persons
  • 8 Bedrooms
  • 7 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 50 m2
  • Villa 340m2
  • Pets not allowed

From: 4.081 € per week

Inquiry for Villa in Liznjan-Sisan

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Pula, Istria (Croatia)

From: 1.797 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 32 m2
  • Villa 155m2
  • Pets not allowed

From: 1.797 € per week

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Pula, Istria (Croatia)

From: 1.521 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 32 m2
  • Holiday home 160m2
  • Pets not allowed

From: 1.521 € per week

Inquiry for Holiday home in Pula-Galizana

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Pula, Istria (Croatia)

From: 1.282 € per week

  • 6 Persons
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 21 m2
  • Holiday home 91m2
  • Pets not allowed

From: 1.282 € per week

Inquiry for Holiday home in Pula-Sisan

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Pula, Istria (Croatia)

From: 1.801 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 24 m2
  • Holiday home 122m2
  • Pets allowed

From: 1.801 € per week

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Pula is one of the most popular destinations on the Croatian coast and the largest city on the Istrian peninsula. Situated in the very south of the peninsula, Pula is a city of many natural beauties and the centre of culture, industry and tourism in Istria. It is particularly well known for its rich history. Roman monuments such as the famous amphitheatre, the Temple of Augustus and the Arch of the Sergii, each with its own story of Roman heritage, attract thousands of visitors every year
In addition, Pula has beautiful beaches and numerous coves with crystal clear sea, accompanied by numerous hiking and cycling trails for an active holiday with the most beautiful views. The wide range of gastronomic delights and cultural events such as the Pula Film Festival are just some of the reasons why you should come and explore the city where history meets natural beauty and cultural treasures.

Pula - a pet-friendly destination

The city of Pula is known as a tourist destination that is ready to welcome you and your pets to its shores. Here you and your four-legged friend can take part in various outdoor activities and explore the historical and cultural heritage. Visit the famous Pula Arena, have fun in the Šijana forest not far from the city centre and visit the Brijuni National Park with your pet. Pula has a wide selection of pet-friendly beaches - from Stoja and Verudela to the beautiful Seagull’s Rocks (Galebove stijene) and Valkana. There is even a beach bar for dogs at the Hidrobaza beach.

After a day of exploring there is nothing better than returning to the comfort of your villa. Here you and your pet can recharge your batteries for the next day. Our collection of pet-friendly villas in Pula provide a space where you and your pet will feel safe and relaxed. They often have a spacious courtyard with a fenced grass garden or courtyard where your furry friends can run around as much as they like. You will also find house rules and information that may be useful for your stay, such as a list of veterinary clinics in Pula. It's important to note that pets are not allowed in the pool, but you'll have no trouble finding a beach where they're welcome. Check out our luxurious pet-friendly villas and ensure a memorable holiday in the company of your pet.

Villa with pool - your relaxation oasis in Pula

After spending a sunny afternoon on one of Pula's enchanting beaches, returning to the villa does not necessarily mean saying goodbye to the swimming, sunbathing and other water delights that make us happy during the summer months. Our villas with pool in Pula welcome you with magnificent outdoor pools set in beautiful gardens, providing a place for refreshment, entertainment, relaxation and recreation.

Would you like to swim in the privacy of your villa overlooking a sandy bay? Would you prefer to sunbathe by the pool surrounded by the lush greenery of the Mediterranean garden? Or relax in the hydromassage pool with spectacular views of the blue Adriatic? All options are available in our collection of villas with pool - it's up to you to decide what oasis you want to spend your well-deserved holiday in.

Family villas with amenities for all ages

Pula is an ideal holiday destination for the whole family, thanks to the diversity of its offer. There is something for everyone, from sandy bays and beaches with special facilities for children, to historical monuments and cultural events for all generations. Finding the ideal accommodation, which will become a temporary home for the family during their holiday, is as important as the destination itself.

Family villas in Pula from our collection are equipped to meet the criteria of each family member. You can find them in the city itself or a short distance outside Pula in the countryside, depending on your preference. They have spacious interiors with several bedrooms and ensuite bathrooms, and you can always request extra beds for children. The living rooms are furnished with large, comfortable sofas, ideal for family film evenings. At the centre of the beautiful fenced gardens is usually an outdoor swimming pool - a popular gathering spot for all ages.

Family villas set in landscaped gardens often have playgrounds with slides, swings and trampolines, as well as sports fields for games such as badminton. Table football and PlayStation consoles are also popular activities for the young and the young at heart. Find a mix of family amenities that suits your interests, book accommodation for your next holiday in Pula and get ready to create new holiday memories together.

Frequently asked questions

Where is Pula located and how can I reach it?

Pula is located in the south of the Istrian peninsula and is the largest city in Istria. The easiest way to get here is by plane - there is an international airport in Pula, which is well connected to many European cities. It is also easy to get there by bus or car, thanks to good road connections. Pula is connected to the Croatian and Slovenian highway networks via the Istrian Y, so if you are coming from the north, the best route is to take the motorway from Villach to Ljubljana and then on to Pula. If you are coming from the west, you can take the motorway from Trieste to Kopar, and if you are coming from the east, you can take the motorway from Zagreb to Rijeka and then through the Učka tunnel to Pula.

What activities are available in and around Pula?

You can enjoy a variety of activities in Pula and its surroundings. The city is famed for its abundance of Roman landmarks. Witness the renowned Pula amphitheatre and the Temple of Augustus with other Roman memorabilia. Gain knowledge of the city's history by viewing the museums. Embrace the opportunity to swim on the stunning beaches and bay areas nearby the city or take a scuba diving adventure to explore the underwater world of the Adriatic. People who like active holidays can hike or cycle on many well-kept paths. Pula also has an excellent gastronomic offer with local specialities worth trying in traditional restaurants and taverns.

What are the most famous landmarks in Pula?

Pula has many fascinating places to visit. The Arena, a well-preserved Roman amphitheatre, is one of the city's most famous attractions. This impressive 1st century building is not only open to the public on a daily basis, but it also hosts a number of cultural events. Other significant Roman sites include the Temple of Augustus and the Arch of the Sergii, along with the ancient Forum square and the rest of the old city centre. The medieval Kaštel fortress has a splendid view of the city. You shouldn't miss exploring the Zerostrasse, a sequence of underground tunnels constructed during World War 1. In close proximity to Pula, Brijuni National Park's cluster of islands offers breathtaking views of nature and the remnants of luxurious Roman villas.

Where is the closest airport?

The Pula Airport (PUY) is situated just 7 km away from the centre of Pula, making it an easily accessible option for visitors from all over Europe. With good connections to many European cities, travelling to Pula by plane is very convenient. To check the list of flights and destinations, please visit https://airport-pula.hr/en/flight-info/flight-destination-list/.

What are the beaches in and around Pula like?

Pula and the surrounding area have various types of beaches, with pebble and rocky beaches being the most common. The Verudela peninsula has many pebble and stone beaches, including Ambrela and Verudela, which are great choices for families with young children. There are also lovely rocky swimming locations, such as the Golden Rocks beach (Zlatne stijene) and the Seagull's Rocks beach (Galebove stijene). For those in search of a sand and pebble beach, Pješčana uvala is the place to go.

Is Pula suitable for a family vacation?

Pula is a great place for family vacations, with lots to do and see for everyone. The city has a variety of activities and attractions that are sure to please every member of the family. Beautiful pebble beaches such as Verudela and Havajka, that have a gentle slope into the sea, are perfect for kids. On top of that, the beaches offer plenty of amenities, including renting pedal boats, kayaks, and even water parks for kids. The Verudela fortress is home to the biggest aquarium in Croatia, the Aquarium Pula. There are plenty of sea and freshwater creatures to fascinate children of every age. For those who love nature, a visit to the Brijuni National Park safari park should be on the to-do list. Here, children can observe zebras, llamas, and the famous elephant Lanka, among other animals. What's more, with a family villa complete with a playground and swimming pool all family members will have a fantastic holiday.

Is Pula a pet-friendly destination?

Yes, Pula is a great destination for pet owners. You will find plenty of beaches where pets are welcome - from the Stoja beach to the beach by the lighthouse on Verudela, the beautiful Seagull's Rocks beach (Galebove stijene), Hidrobaza and Valkana. You can enjoy several outdoor activities and discover the city's rich historical and cultural heritage with your furry friend. Explore the renowned Pula Arena, enjoy the Šijana forest near the city centre, take a trip to the Brijuni National Park and stroll along the city's promenades. For a fully pet-friendly trip, reserve a stay in one of our villas in Pula designed with a spacious and enclosed yard ideal for pets.

What is the best time to visit Pula?

The ideal time to visit Pula is from spring to early autumn, depending on the activities you have planned for your holiday. The high season, from July to August, is the most popular period due to the warm temperatures and long sunny days perfect for swimming, but be prepared for large crowds during this time. If you wish to dodge the crowds, the finest periods to check out Pula are from April to the conclusion of May and from September to October due to the comfortable temperatures that make it suitable for outdoor activities and city exploration. The winter months also have their own appeal, with mild temperatures ideal for visiting the many sights and museums. The best time to visit Pula depends on your individual preferences, so take your pick.

What kind of restaurants can I find in and around Pula?

Pula and the surrounding areas boast a rich variety of restaurants and dining experiences which showcase Istria's diverse culinary background. Local cuisine includes traditional Istrian specialities such as fish dishes, maneštra and fuži, as well as the influence of Italian cuisine, reflected in pasta dishes such as gnocchi. Pula restaurants serve renowned Istrian prosciutto and meals featuring truffles, the epitome of Istrian cuisine. Fish restaurants with fresh seafood are found in coastal towns like Medulin and Premantura. You can also order familiar dishes such as pizza and roast meat in many restaurants and taverns.

What kind of villas are available in and around Pula?

You can choose from luxurious villas with stunning views in Pula and the surrounding area. Most villas include a swimming pool, and some provide a view of the Adriatic Sea. The family villas in our collection feature children's playgrounds with slides and trampolines, small sports fields and games consoles for young ones, while adults can enjoy hydromassage pools and relax in wellness areas with saunas. Browse our assortment of villas with pools in Pula to find the perfect abode that caters to your family's requirements.