The sea temperature in Pula is higher than the average sea temperature in Istria. The reason for this is because the sea surrounding Pula is shallow, causing it to heat up quickly when there are several sunny days. Another reason why the sea temperature in Pula is higher than the sea temperature in Istria and nearby settlements such as sea temperature in Permantura or sea temperature in Medulin is because Pula is located in a bay that protects the city from the wind. The sea temperature in Pula is mostly determined by the amount of sunny days, and the sea temperature in Pula rises sharply during April and May, and by June it is already possible to swim in Pula. The sea temperature in Pula is measured in the Pula bay in front of the Uljanik shipyard.
The temperature is perfect for swimming for all ages.
In Pula, you can swim in several places. The most popular beaches are Verudela, Stoja, and Valkane. Verudela is a sandy beach with crystal clear water, while Stoja and Valkane are pebble beaches with numerous amenities such as cafes, restaurants, and sports fields. Additionally, you can swim at several smaller beaches near the city center, such as the beach at Kaštel or the beach at Valovi.
Last updated 01.12.2023. 13:00