Trip from Pula
to Novalja

Trip details

Departure from Pula
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to Novalja
13:11h

Trip duration: 251min

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Quality photo of Rijeka - Croatia

Rijeka
Croatia

75 min

Rijeka, the third largest city in Croatia, is timidly climbing on a scale of popularity among other Croatian tourist pearls. In more recent years it... has been discovered more and more because it has many hidden gems. Its rich past is reflected in city’s monuments and buildings like the City Tower, Roman Arch, Church of St. Vitus, the National Theater and Austro-Hungarian style buildings that ornate the center. All visitors are stunned by the 13th century fortress rising above the city, the Trsat Castle, from where visitors can enjoy incredible views of the city and the whole Kvarner bay.

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Senj
Croatia

75 min

Dating back to pre-historic times, the town of Senj is one of the oldest towns in North Adriatic and thus has seen the fall and... rise of many empires. The biggest influence though is the one of Romans that can be traced in archaeological findings such as stone monuments, sculptures of Gods and Goddesses and tomb stones. The symbol of the town is the Fort Nehaj. It was built in 1558 by the famous Uskoks of Senj with the purpose of defending the town from the Turkish and Venetian invaders. Today it houses a museum that exhibits uniforms, cannons and other weapons.

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Motovun
Croatia

75 min

This captivating hilltop town that dominates over the valley of the Mirna River was built in 13th century. Although it changed various feudal masters during... its past, the Venetian influence remains the strongest. They ruled the town in the period 1278-1797. The oval main square, which is the only flat place in the whole town, is encircled by well preserved town walls from the 13th and 14th centuries and houses a colorful church. Town planning has well preserved all the characteristics of medieval architecture. Motovun is surrounded by vineyards thus it is also famous for exceptional Croatian wines, like Malvazija and Teran, as well as for the black truffle that can be found in this area. In Motovun as well as in the surrounding area there are many excellent local “konobe” and restaurants.

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Rovinj
Croatia

135 min

Rovinj conquers with the allure of its old town, diversity of stone and rocky beaches and richness of the tourist offer. The beauty of the... old town, built on an elevated peninsula, is reflected in many artistic styles that ornate it - from Gothic Renaissance and Baroque, to Romanesque and Neoclassical. At the same time, the city is a favorite gathering place for artists from all over the world and boasts many art galleries and cultural events. You will be captivated also by its 22 islands and islets, a pleasant Mediterranean climate, many restaurants, cafes, and clubs, and especially by the kindness of the locals.

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Kastav
Croatia

75 min

The quaint little town of Kastav is perfect escape from the turmoil of big cities and busy tourist places. It is quite small so you... will need not more than an hour or two to explore its treasures like the ruins of the Crekvina, The Church of the Holy Trinity and Lokvina square with fantastic views on the Kvarner bay. But do take some time to stroll through its charming narrow streets among old buildings to soak in the peaceful and cozy atmosphere. Kastav also has some top-notch restaurants so if you have some time, by all means, do try them. Kastav however gets rather busy during the international festivals like Kastav Cultural Summer, the Guitar Festival, and Kastav Blues Festival, so making reservation in a restaurant in advance is advisable.

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Opatija
Croatia

75 min

Many things about Opatija are impressive. First is its long tourist tradition as a health resort that dates back to mid-19th century and the first... hotel ever built on Adriatic was in Opatija in 1884. All grand spa hotels in Opatija reflect its glorious days during the Austro-Hungarian Empire when it served as the most elegant seaside resort. Then it’s its 12 kilometers long promenade that was built along cost of Volosko, Opatija and Lovran. Opatija is also full of gorgeous parks and green areas perfect for relaxing. And finally, the numerous cultural and entertaining events all year round make Opatija a top spot destination.