This is a hostel with private beach, incredible atmosphere, a beach cove only 2 meters from the hostel, and the views are wonderful, the water is crystal clear. If you visit Pula I recommend this place. It is 4 km from the bus and train, you have to go by bus. The photos are from the hostel, you can see the beach in front of the hostel prices. In high season rooms are about 15 euros per bed in 4 bed dorm room
I found the campsite had a lot of facilities and was generally good. It is on the entire peninsulilla of Scaletta, 3km from the campsite. Opposite the campsite there is a bus stop that takes you to the city. There are also beach bars and a beach with free wifi. On the beach there are some very nice inflatable floaties from 25 kn 35 which are a bit expensive but the kids hallucinate. The campground is very big and you find yourself looking at the square you like. There are 3 different prices according to the plot (distinguished by the colors red, blue and green, ranging from 90-120m to 60 - 70m). There isn´t a pool, but it has sewage services that take it to a washer. If you're there for one night you add 20% to the price. I took a medium 127 kn plot.
We stayed in this apartment complex in Uvala Pjeana for four days. It's a house with several apartments, with the owners living in the lower area. The entrance is completely independent, and we had our own space for the duration of the stay, complete with a private balcony, air conditioning, safe, and a small kitchen with everything we could ask for. They have their own parking, but we also found we could park on the street without any problems. It's just a five-minute walk from the small maritime promenade with bars and restaurants.
The variety of lodging in Pula is wide and accommodates the needs of most visitors. There is a range from typical hotels in Pula through to original inns and B&Bs that add a different and fun touch to your stay. There are plenty of good Pula hotel deals at affordable prices.
Another option for places to stay in Pula are the resorts, which are widespread not only throughout the Istra peninsula but also the whole of Croatia. Ideal for relaxing, this type of Pula accommodation helps you to unwind and relax.
If you are looking for the cheapest lodging in Pula, the best options are the hostels, campsites, and B&Bs, which are widespread on the coast and other areas. Even though affordable, most are of high quality and equipped with all necessities. Rental apartments can be another option for affordable accommodation in Pula and are an alternative to consider if your journey lasts several days or weeks, as it may be more affordable than Pula hotels.
If you are looking for a unique place to sleep in Pula and throughout Croatia, probably the most unique option is to spend the night in a lighthouse. This type of accommodation is less common but with advanced booking you can find the perfect lighthouse and have a memorable evening.
If you are wondering where to stay in Pula, Minube can help.