Pula is one of the main tourist areas of southern Sardinia, easily reachable from Cagliari (distance 34 km) by car or public transport. It is located a few steps from the sea and near the archaeological park of Nora, one of the main archaeological sites of Sardinia, which attracts tourists from all over the world. In the area of Pula there are several accommodation facilities such as hotels, B&B, resorts and camping. The territory of Pula is suitable for young people and families, beach lovers but also the culture and history of Sardinia.
In ancient times the area of Pula was called "Pardulis de Nura" marshland near Nora. Over time, Pula has built its identity, becoming a tourist destination for lovers of the sea, good food, archaeology but also water sports. Indeed, often the seas of Pula, particularly Santa Margherita, are crowded with surfers, patrolled by fans of diving and snorkelling. Instead, if you prefer to relax under an umbrella, the area has many beaches and coves where you can hide during sunny hours. After a day at the beach, tourists can stop at local restaurants that offer menu made from local products: olive oil, Camona tomatoes and figs.
The territory of Pula, in addition to being famous for local products and archaeological sites, is known for its beaches with fine white sand and crystal clear water. There are beaches to suit all needs, from small coves with cliffs to sandy beaches. Among the most popular beaches in the area is the beach of Nora, where a winding reef protects the beach and the sea remains calm. While the beach for families with children is Santa Margherita di Pula, characterized by a long shallow and special sand with pink shades. If you like good food, guided tours and days at sea, Pula is perfect for you.
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