TUI BLUE Medulin Hotel

The adults-only TUI BLUE Medulin Hotel features sleek, modern interiors and contemporary surroundings. There’s a refreshing saltwater pool lined with sunbeds and parasols at the heart of the complex. The hotel bar and al fresco terrace is the perfect spot for an ice-cold drink or snack in the Croatian sun. There’s a sleek buffet restaurant on-site and a la carte dining options to satisfy all taste buds. Evening entertainment is low-key and features live music and dance performances. Rooms are well-furnished and come with walk-in showers and free Wi-Fi. The hotel is just a two-minute walk to the beach, a pleasant stroll to the centre of Medulin and 10km to Pula.

Overview of Pula

Enjoying a privileged position on Croatia’s Istrian peninsula, the beautiful port city of Pula is sure to capture your heart. Explore the area’s ancient Roman ruins or head to any of the stunning beaches dotted along the coast. From the Pula Heritage Walk to the Orca Dive Centre, there’s something to please everyone in Pula.

Things to do in Pula

After a day of taking it easy at the TUI BLUE Medulin Hotel, head into Pula and discover its ancient Roman history. Take a tour of the amphitheatre ruins, which sit boldly in the centre of town. After, visit the stunning beaches in idyllic Kamenjak Cape Natural Park on the most southerly tip of the peninsula. Nightlife in Pula is lively yet low-key; things start to wind down around midnight, but the fun doesn’t stop there. Admire the light show that takes place across the harbour four times a night in 15-minute shows. There’s a great atmosphere along the harbourside, perfect for a romantic wander as you spend quality time together. Holidays to Croatia are the ultimate way to immerse yourself in sophisticated surroundings without having to travel too far or blow your holiday budget.


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.