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Pula is one of Sardinia’s southernmost towns, and also one of the oldest, dating back to the 8th century BC. Spread across the banks of the Pula River, Pula is situated just over a mile from the sea, and is perhaps best known for being neighbour to the ancient city of Nora, an archaeological site with Roman ruins and much more besides.
Pula’s centre, however, is equally interesting, with a scattering of authentic restaurants and lazy cafes that contribute to the summery ambience in warm weather. Most visitors head to the coast when the sun comes out and you’ll find several sandy beaches, like the one at Santa Margherita di Pula just a short drive away.