Park Plaza Verudela

With sea-view pools, first-class dining and smart decor, a stay at the Park Plaza Verudela will make you feel like a celebrity.

The pools here have luxurious loungers on glass-wrapped sun terraces with truly cinematic views.

If all that’s not enough, then during your stay, you also have access to the spa and restaurants in the Park Plaza Histria Pula. It’s only a short stroll away, so it’s easy to make the most of all its facilities.

For dinner, you’ll have a choice of restaurants, and after your meal, you’ll discover entertainment the whole family can enjoy.

Overview of Pula

On your holiday to the Istrian Riviera, you’ll be in an are relatively new to tourism. Packed with national parks, rustic villages and over 150 miles of coastline, though, it’s becoming increasingly popular with visitors.

The port city of Pula is the jewel in the crown of the Istrian Riviera. History lovers, nightlife hunters and holidaymakers looking to unwind all love Pula thanks to its mix of ancient Roman stories and contemporary attractions.

With beautiful beaches and a balmy climate, Pula’s just as popular with beach lovers as adventure seekers. During your stay at the Park Plaza Verudela, you’ll have plenty of chance to splash in the sea, explore the history and dine on beautiful cuisine.

Things to do in Pula

At Park Plaza Verudela, you’re only 50 metres from a Blue Flag beach. In fact, the only thing separating the hotel from the beach is a beautiful promenade.

If you stroll down the promenade, you’ll get to a typically Croatian cove with sunbathing platforms and a changing cabin.

In the centre of Pula, four kilometres away, there are traces of the Romans everywhere you look. From the amphitheatre in the city centre to the buildings you encounter on the Pula heritage walk, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to learn about the city’s fascinating past.

Whether you’re looking to splash about in the sea, enjoy some stunning local scenery or go on an historic adventure, Pula is perfect for you.


Resort Summary

Everywhere you go in Pula you’ll find traces of the Romans. The arena or amphitheatre in the centre of town is spectacular and you can stand in the centre and shout your heart out to hear the wonderful acoustics. The structure is impressive and large parts of the amphitheatre are still intact today. While there is a small admission fee, this modest sum is well worth the reward of seeing and exploring the arena at close quarters. Those with disabilities will be glad to know that there is wheelchair access.

The arena is a good place to start your tour of Pula as there are many ancient buildings close to this venue. The Pula heritage walk is an excellent option if you want to learn more about the town’s fascinating history.