Fantazija is a cosy restaurant with over 20 years of experience. The menu offers a wide selection of wines and culinary delights. Here you can choose from a rich selection of meat and fish with a combination of local and international cuisine.
Konoba Istriana is located approximately 5 kilometres from Pula city centre. This popular restaurant is well-visited by both locals and tourists and they serve regional specialities and fresh seafood. Take a seat on their outdoor terrace and enjoy the tasty food and the welcoming ambience.
Pizzeria Jupiter is one of the oldest and most famous pizzeria in Pula. This is a very popular pizzeria located close to the centre of town which specialises in square slices of pizza and offers a range of seasonal toppings.
E&D Bistro-Lounge Bar opened in 1997 and located in the large tourist resort Verudela in Pula. Here you can relax in the outside area next to the swimming pool with a cocktail or beer. If you are feeling hungry they also offers Mediterranean dishes. In the summer time various worldwide DJ's plays mixed music.
Pietas Julia is located next to the sea. The night club and bar offers a wide selection of cocktails. The music played here is usually techno, electronic and house. The venue is quite large and can hold up to 500 people. It is very popular among both locals and visitors.
Cafe Diana has been around since 1973 and is located on the Forum with a beautiful view of the Town Hall and the Temple of Augustus. The interior is described as tasteful, made of wood and marble. Here you can enjoy a cup of coffee in the outside terrace.
Officially opened in 1994. From then, on its stage hosts many Croatian and foreign musicians, and allows to many of its visitors to enjoy in line rock music. Beside the traditional live rock music on Fridays and "theme nights" on Saturdays, Rock Caffe has held discernible number of presentations of musical equipment, music videos and new albums releases.
This is a must for any fans of James Joyce, the Irish author who worked in Pula as a teacher in the early 20th century. The statue of Joyce sitting meditatively at the entrance to the cafe is a particularly nice touch. Right outside the Arch of the Sergii!