Immerse yourself in the ancient cities and fascinating culture of the Istrian Peninsula during this 8-hour day trip from Pula and Medulin. Wander the cobblestone streets of Bale and Rovinj and enjoy a typical Istrian lunch. Then head to Porec, where you can explore the 2,000-year-old ruins of Roman temples and a Byzantine-style basilica.
When you've been around for 3000 years like Pula has, you've got some stories to tell. Assassinations, spies, wars, medieval feuds, commando attacks and unsolved mysteries are among them. Our tour will show the fascinating history of our town through captivating stories told on the places they happened. Rather than just throwing a bunch of dates you will forget in two minutes, we will tell you the real-life stories that will move you. The tour lasts two and a half hours and is in English. It starts at 6 pm Tuesday and Thursday in front of the amphitheatre downtown from May to the end of September.
Discover botanical gardens, aristocratic villas, and charming promenades on this 7-hour trip to the elegant city of Opatija and its surrounding area. You'll save time organizing transport by having round-trip transfers included, and you'll get to visit smaller rural sites such as the fortified hilltop town of Mošćenice. Another highlight is a trip to Plomin village which has a stunning Old Town, and offers great views of Kvarner Bay.
If you choose to explore Pula’s history on your own, you could miss out on a lot of the important details. Explore the seafront city with a guide who doesn’t leave out a thing as you see important attractions such as the Pula Arena, an amphitheater where Roman gladiators fought. Plus, this Pula Roman heritage tour is offered in the morning or afternoon, making it easy for travelers to fit it into their busy schedules.
Join the Pula Essentials Evening Tour for a before dinner stroll through the main sights of the old town.
The tour takes you through the Old town, touching Roman, Venetian and Austrian heritage and ending at the Pula Arena or the Kaštel fortress.
- Get a kickstart on the historical and cultural background of the city of Pula
- Receive tips on places to eat and the nightlife, suggestions for daily trips and other events going on.
After pick-up, we drive to Rovinj – probably the most romantic town in Istria. The super-charming old town, a 1200 years old sarcophagus and cobbled streets filled with artisans are waiting for you. Then, we continue to Bale. This small town was once a hideout of famous Giacomo Casanova (check out the Soardo-Bembo Palace) whilst today it’s known for excellent olive oil producers. Join an extra virgin olive oil tasting or follow the traces of Casanova within the tiny stone-walled old town. Next stop is Vodnjan. Before World War 2, this was one of the liveliest towns in Istria. Today it is being reborn again as a cultural and culinary destination in Istria. Join a professional wine tasting of typical Istrian grapes or become an art hunter and find all the world-class murals scattered around the village town of Vodnjan. Ask your Krug Guide for more insights. The tour ends in the afternoon back in Pula.
Travel into the Istrian countryside to taste the local agricultural products on this day trip from Pula. With a guide in the lead and all transportation provided, visit the 11th-century town of Motovun for views and truffle-tasting. Head to a distillery perched on the banks of the River Mirna to learn the traditional methods for making jams, cookies, and chocolate made with herbs from the surrounding mountains.
Explore the Istria peninsula with a local guide as you taste your way through the region. This food-focused tour begins in the tiny town of Hum, which has only 30 residents. Then it’s on to the ancient walled city of Motovun, followed by the hilltop village of Groznjan. Along the way, taste local delicacies, wines, and liquors, and learn about the area’s history.
Explore one of the most charming cities on the Adriatic coast – Piran. This scenic town found its home in a secluded Piran Bay. With the Adriatic shimmering around it, Piran has a rich cultural heritage that is mostly influenced by its time within the Venetian Republic. Its medieval centre is adorned with cobbled streets, colourful houses, cafes & restaurants. It might be tiny, but it has a lot to offer, from Tartini main square, city walls, Church of St. George, and a lovely promenade. Without a doubt, one of the best things to do in Piran is to see a town from above, and the best way to do it is by visiting Piran’s City Walls. Situated on the hill behind the town centre, climb up onto the walls and you’ll be rewarded with an epic panoramic view. Be sure to bring your camera!
If you would like to see Istrias Art, culture & history mosaic our tour is ideal soulution for you.
Take a day of the beach and see why Romans liked Istria so much. Also we will visit Lim Channel – one of the most beautiful Istrian bays. It is a part of the 35 km long Lim Valley, stretching almost all the way to the town of Pazin at the heart of Istria.
Explore several popular sites around Pula on this LBTQ-friendly tour. Tour Pula Arena, (which is among the six largest surviving Roman arenas in the world and largely intact), Golden Gate Square, the Sergi Arch, the Pula Forum, and more. You’ll also visit a local market and learn about the city’s history and daily life from an informative guide.
Apart from history, this is a great region for food lovers! Join this tour and try the best truffles in the world!
Istria is one of the most popular destinations in Croatia. With a strong Italian influence (the region in fact used to be part of Italy during the early part of the 20th century), this certainly is a beautiful region of Croatia both along the coast and inland, with its pretty hilltop towns.
This tour of "Istrian hill tops cities" will give you an impression of inner Istria. Driving to Groznjan we will stop for a photo on Lim Fjord. In Groznjan we will walk the ancient streets. If we are lucky, we might get to know one of the local artists. After Groznjan we will go to Motovun. In Motovun we will have a walking tour, tasting of truffle products and we will visit the city walls where you can enjoy the "View of half Istria". There you will have some free time for lunch, I can reserve a table for you at the famous restaurant "Mondo". There you can eat A la Cart, of course their specialty are truffle dishes. From Motovun we will go to a small olive oil producer and try one of the worlds best olive oils, Istrian "Liquid gold". On Our way to Vodnjan we will stop in Pazin to see the Abyss.
Get a full Roman tour inside the Roman Amphitheatre incredible structure and visit even the underground of the Arena. Afterwards, you’ll take a walk through the historical city centre of Pula. On the way, you’ll see a perfectly preserved Roman mosaic, a triumph arch, and a Venetian Castello (if it’s not too muddy after the rain).
During your tour, your guide prepared a pair of VR-cardboard glasses with our specially designed VR-app and you will see Pula what it looked like while the Romans were here! A real time-machine!
At the end of the tour, you’ll try the culinary essentials of Istria. A glass of locally produced wine, a selection of fine Artisan Goat Cheese and one of the best extra virgin olive oils in the world.
Experience the unmatched beauty and romance of Venice—all without booking a hotel—on a day trip to ‘the Floating City’ from Pula. Cross the Adriatic Sea and Venetian Lagoon on a high-speed catamaran, and enjoy a half day of leisure time to spend as you wish. Ride a gondola through the famous Venetian canals, savor northern Italian cuisine, shop for handmade masks, or visit world-famous landmarks like St. Marks Basilica and the Doge’s Palace on your own before returning to Pula in the evening.
Venice lies roughly six hours around the Gulf of Trieste from Pula, Croatia by rail. This tour saves you about 3 hours of travel time each way with a direct high-speed catamaran ride across the Adriatic Sea. After you disembark, take a guided tour of St. Mark’s Square and explore the city on your own. Travelers can opt for add-ons, such as guided rides along canals, a gondola ride, and water taxis.
Let a guide take you to prime undersea spots off Pula that you might never find independently on this small-group snorkeling tour. Don the provided snorkeling gear, including a wetsuit; and explore around Seagull Rocks—a rugged bay teeming with fish. As a highlight, roam a cave using underwater lights to illuminate the rock formations. Underwater photos of your exploits and a choice of departures are part of the experience.
This adventure shows you the "wild side" of Pula from the seaside. During the adventure you're motivated to explore the area by kayaking, swimming, snorkelling and climbing. The guide will show you the area through local eyes and share with you some interesting facts about life in Pula.
Our SUP Yoga is a combination of traditional yogic postures and entertainment provided by floating on board for Stand Up Paddling. Once you've warmed up paddling a bit, SUP Yoga class can begin.
Stand Up Paddling board is actually your mat, and the outdoor world around you is your yoga studio in which are also invited the elements of sun, wind, and water.
Yoga and Stand Up Paddling go hand in hand since both "lead you straight into the present moment." Both require concentration, balance, breathing, relaxation, adventurous spirit, sense of humor, and the ability to surrender to something that is much larger than ourselves. On the one hand, you need to be brave, while on the other, you feel extreme humility and total surrender.
Come and experience the magic of deepening your breath, calming the mind, and feeling fuller in harmonization with ourselves and the natural beauty that surrounds us in the water - a feeling of pure bliss.
Move your mat on the water.
Our most romantic tour starts in the late afternoon, depending on the sunset intensity, usually around 7 p.m.
Explore with us some of the many beautiful little islands in the aquatory.
SUP Sunset Tour duration is 1:30h, with low/mild intensity, taking us on a cruise around the islands of Fratarski, Froškerić and Frošker. We will also have a refreshing swimming break somewhere in between.
Paddle-up with us and discover a unique experience!
We are very happy and excited to present to you, the first of its kind in whole of Croatia and maybe even Europe - Night Glow SUP Yoga Class! Sounds too good to be true? Well, that's because it is! ☺ Picture this..it's a warm summer night, the moon and the stars above you, the murmur of the sea beneath you and the power of yoga practice uniting you with your highest nature. And all of that while surrounded by multicolored lights making the scenery quite unique.
The boards are equipped with waterproof, multi-color LED lights that create amazing fluorescent scenes. The class will be held on SUP boards which will be docked on the SUP Yoga docking station so you don't have to worry about wandering off while doing your asanas. ☺
The class starts at dusk and lasts for 1:30h. Please check the schedule on our website beforehand to know the exact time of the class.
Prior reservation for all tours is required, by web, email or by phone call.
Spend an afternoon stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) off the coast of Pula for a comprehensive experience even those with just a few hours to spare can enjoy. Paddle to the islands of Fratarski, Froškerić and Frošker, spots you wouldn’t be able to visit independently, before seeing what’s below the surface with some swimming and snorkeling.
Get out on the waters off Pula, try kayaking, and explore beaches and caves you’d probably never find alone, all in one hassle-free kayak adventure. Head for the indented coastline of Seagull’s Rocks, get instructions, and follow your guide to paddle around cliffs, grottos, and tucked-away coves. Stop to snorkel in the caves, try cliff-jumping, and along the way, learn tales of Pula’s geology and history you’d otherwise miss.