Pula, the biggest town, is situated on the south-western part of the Istrian peninsula. The Romans built the city as a copy of RomeHistory of Pula began approximately 3000 years ago when on a hill where it is today Castle created the first settlement, Fort Histrians.
On seven hills, with the amphitheatre Arena which hosted gladiatorial contests in front of an audience of 20.000 spectators.
The Archaeological Museum exhibits history to the middle ages.
National park Brijuni islands – an archipelago comprising 14 islands and islets along the south-west coast of Istria, also known as Tito’s islands. Natural park Rt Kamenjak - the southernmost peninsula of Istria wild and unattached, long "finger" jutting into the Adriatic and surrounded by a number of islets.