Camping in Pula

The historic city of Pula, apart from the rich cultural heritage, hides the largest number of camps in Istria.

Pula is the largest city in Istria, a cultural center and transit port. It hides some of the most beautiful beaches in Istria and campsites for all tastes. Along the rugged coastline there are over 10 campsites with different facilities and capacities. Campsite Arena Stoja is one of the largest, located in the greenery of a peninsula, surrounded by rocks and the sea. It offers everything – from plots to glamping tents, all close to the city.

Campsite Arena Tašalera and Campsite Arena Runke have slightly smaller capacities, close to the protected area Kamenjak and provide a more intimate stay. Enjoy the benefits of Campsite Papafigo, which offers complete relaxation with its wellness offer, and is open all year round!

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    Camping Arena Stoja

    Location:

    • Country: HR
    • Region: Istria
    • Town: Pula

    Season: -

    Discounts:

    • Discount Avtokampi.si Camping Card
    • Dogs welcome
    • By the sea
    • Well shaded
    • By the city

    Compared price: 2 people + pitch with electricity - between 40 - 50 €

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    Camping Brioni

    Location:

    • Country: HR
    • Region: Istria
    • Town: Pula

    Season: -

    Discounts:

    • Discount Avtokampi.si Camping Card
    • For family
    • Dogs welcome
    • By the sea
    • For boat owners

    Compared price: 2 people + pitch with electricity - between 30 - 40 €

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Frequently asked questions about camping in Pula

  • What is the easiest way to get to the campsites in Pula with a camper or camper trailer?

    Guests from Germany and western Austria, as well as Liechtenstein and eastern Switzerland, usually travel through Slovenia, but because of the traffic jams at the Karavanke tunnel, they often detour through Italy (Villach - Udine - Trieste - Kopar - Pula). Guests from the eastern part of Austria travel through Slovenia (Graz - Maribor - Ljubljana - Kopar - Pula), while those from the central and western part of Switzerland travel through Italy (Lugano - Milan - Venice - Trieste - Kopar - Pula). Guests from the Czech Republic and Slovakia travel through Austria and Slovenia (Vienna - Graz - Maribor - Ljubljana - Kopar - Pula), and guests from Italy travel through Slovenia (Trieste - Kopar - Pula). Pula can also be reached by ferry from Venice. If you are coming from Italy, we have described a detour that will allow you to avoid paying the vignette in Slovenia: https://adriacamps.com/en/news/how-to-avoid-slovenian-vignette-your-way-to-croatia/.

  • What is the best way to move in and around the campsite?

    Within the campsites, guests mostly use bicycles or e-scooters. Campsite Arena Stoja is located near the center of Pula, to which it is connected by a bus line. For an additional fee, it is also possible to use a taxi boat that will take you from any campsite to the city center.

  • What are the best family campsites in Pula?

    In Pula there are no family campsites like in other parts of Istria. The campsites do not have a swimming pool, but most of them have animations for children and adults.

  • Do the campsites in Pula offer activities throughout the season?

    Yes, campsite guests can enjoy various entertainment programs from mid-June to early September. Most campsites in Pula have an organized entertainment program for children and adults (from mid-June to the end of August). There is also a handful of fun activities at sea, such as renting pedal boats or SUPs, but also the possibility of surfing, diving, sailing, etc. For more information about the activities available at each campsite, check out the individual campsite pages. Outside the campsites you can enjoy various water and sports activities (biking or hiking), explore towns, taste traditional Istrian food and wine, etc. To make it as easy as possible for you, here are some suggestions for your stay in Pula: • Adrenaline Park Glavani (Barban) • Cape Kamenjak (Medulin) • National Park Brijuni • Aquarium Pula (https://aquarium.hr/en/home).

  • Which are the best pet-friendly campsites in Pula?

    Pets are allowed in all campsites in Pula, but please check the pages of each campsite to see if pets are allowed without further inquiry or upon request.

  • What are the facilities for pets at the campsites in Pula?

    Most of our campsites in Pula have specially arranged parts of the beach that welcome pets, and there are also showers in some of the sanitary facilities. The nearest veterinary clinic is in Pula (Dinka Trinajstića 1).

  • What are the pitches in the campsites in Pula equipped with?

    As a rule, the pitches in the campsites are equipped with electricity, water and sewerage hook-ups. Most pitches have electricity and water hook-ups, while drainage hook-ups are less common. These services are included in the price of the campsite. Please note that you will need a CEE adapter to connect to electricity, and that the power of the connection is usually 10A. Only a few campsites have connections up to 16A. You will find all the necessary information about the availability of hook-ups on the pages of the individual campsites.

  • Is barbecuing allowed in the Pula campsites?

    Barbecuing is allowed in designated barbecue areas. Some campsites allow barbecuing at the campsites, so please check the campsite pages for details.

  • What shops can I find nearby?

    Each campsite has a supermarket or mini-market. In addition, you will find other grocery stores in the area: • Plodine - Stoja 14a, 52100, Pula • Plodine - Mutilska ul. 60B, 52100, Pula • Plodine - Ul. Jurja Žakna 12, 52100, Pula • Kaufland - Ul. Jurja Žakna 3, 52100, Pula • Lidl - Ul. Proštinske bune 20, 52100, Pula • Lidl - Labinska ul. 2/A, 52100, Pula • Konzum - Šijanska cesta 1, 52100, Pula • Konzum - Ul. Rikarda Katalinića Jeretova 17, 52100, Pula • Eurospin - Ul. Rimske centurijacije 100, 52100, Pula Stores selling camping equipment: • Decathlon - Rimske centurijacije 102, 52100, Pula • Intersport - Max City - Stoja 14A, 52100, Pula • Intersport - City Mall - Ul. Rimske centurijacije 101, 52100, Pula • Inti Export-Import d.o.o., Kvarnerska 10, 52100 Pula.

  • What restaurants can I find in the campsites in and around Pula?

    In campsites in Pula you will find mainly à la carte restaurants. In Pula you will find restaurants serving traditional Istrian dishes as well as international specialties. Some of the most famous restaurants are bistro "Alighieri", "Hook & Cook", tavern "Boccaporta" and "Tivoli". Before you visit them, be sure to check the menu and prices so that you can choose what suits your taste.

  • What are the beaches like in and around the Pula campsites?

    The beaches at the campsites in Pula are mostly rocky or pebbly. On most of the beaches it is possible to practice various water sports (for an additional fee). Many of the nearby beaches have been awarded the Blue Flag. Sunbeds and umbrellas in the camps are charged according to the campsite price list valid for the current year.