Pula and its beaches

From our hotel you can reach the most beautiful beaches of South Sardinia in just a few minutes

Pula, only 10km form Santa Margherita di Pula, represents one of the most famous tourist destinations of south west Sardinia. An important centre that fills with tourists in the summer and offers a wide range of activities, for a 360° holiday experience.

The town centre changes completely in the summer months as it becomes pedestrianised. Enjoy a pleasant stroll along its little streets brimming with restaurants, boutiques and craft shops. But more importantly why not savour Pula’s offering of unique archaeological and naturalistic sites such as the Nora archaeological site stretching from Capo di Pula to Punta del Coltellazzo. Nora, is a maritime trade settlement founded by the Phoenicians between IX and VIII century B.C., firstly governed by the Phoenicians and then by the Romans. Buildings still present on the archaeological site date back to various epochs, including the Taint temple, the Spas but particularly the Nora Theatre dating back to the II century A.D.

Nora also disposes of one of the many Lagunas in the area, the Laguna di Nora: a 55 hectare body of water made up of canals and small islands defined by its river delta, il Rio Arrieras, a habitat for numerous species of birds including pink flamingos.