DAY 1 (Saturday):


Pula is a town at the end of the Istrian peninsula, a pearl of ancient history.

When visiting Pula, don't miss a visit to the ARENA, a magnificent amphitheatre dating back to the first century, which will for a moment give you the feeling that you are in Rome. The Arena of Pula is one of the best-preserved gladiatorial venues and is still the venue for many summer events, concerts, and a world-famous film festival. In the old part of town, you will find plenty of restaurants and bars. Pula's proximity makes it a popular and sought-after beginner sailing destination. From the four marinas in Pula and its surroundings you can charter your vessel and start your sailing journey. Marina ACI Pula, Marina Veruda, Marina Pomer and Marina Bunarina are waiting for you. Once you have picked up your sailboat, catamaran, or motorboat from the operators, made all the purchases and boarded, you will be ready to start your nautical holiday. Set sail in peace, sailing direction Marina ACI Rovinj!

The picturesque town of Rovinj is located on the western coast of Istria and is one of the most beautiful Istrian towns and one of the most popular tourist and sailing destinations in the northern Adriatic. The old part of town is situated on a peninsula, where the narrow streets, between the stone houses, hide excellent restaurants and tourist attractions. At the top of the town is a church, which is the main attraction of the town. Rovinj's culinary offer is exceptional, from world-class restaurants to authentic traditional Istrian cuisine. The Istrian soil and climate provide excellent conditions for wine production, rivalling world-famous wine regions. Buon Apetite and cheers!