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Things to do in Pula

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Cagliari: Half-Day Coasteering Experience

1. Cagliari: Half-Day Coasteering Experience

Clamber over rocks and walk the rocky coast of the Chia area on a unique coasteering adventure in Sardinia. Experience the coastline from a different perspective and get the chance to dive from high points into the refreshing Mediterranean Sea.   Start at Pinus Village Beach, where qualified instructors will provide you with all the necessary equipment. Walk through the Mediterranean scrub until you get to the best points to build a cableway and dive into the crystal clear waters of Chia. Benefit from an itinerary that is 100% safe for beginners.

From Cagliari: Nora Ruins and Pula Guided Tour

2. From Cagliari: Nora Ruins and Pula Guided Tour

The tour will start by your location, meeting your personal driving guide; After few minutes we'll cross the bridge on the highway SS 195 "Sulcitana" starting to see the beautiful pink flamingos in the middle of the pondo of Santa Gilla! In 30 minutes arrive in Pula and then parking in front of the beautiful beach of Nora, once upon a time, necropolis of the phoeinician city. In few minutes the tour will start, crossing the gates of the amazing archaeologycal site of Nora, surrounded by ruins of temples, baths, theater and mosaics. At the end of the tour, small stop in Pula to discover the nice square and make some shopping Return to Cagliari

Sardinia: Nora Archaeological Ruins Tour with Transfer

3. Sardinia: Nora Archaeological Ruins Tour with Transfer

Nora is among the best preserved Roman cities in Sardinia. It rises above the remains of an ancient Phoenician-Punic settlement in a context of immense natural charm, reflecting itself in the waters of the small peninsula of Capo di Pula. The Roman mosaics still visible, in some of the most significant buildings are worthy the all visit, but what makes the tour memorable are also the well-preserved Roman theater, the remains of the Roman forum and the numerous Roman thermal baths. A few meters from the archaeological area is the church of Sant’Efisio, patron martyr of the city of Cagliari, to whom one of the most important festivals in Sardinia is dedicated. We will also visit this sacred place and tell the details of the wonderful celebration. We will also dedicate some time to describe the natural characteristics of the Nora lagoon, which has always been of considerable naturalistic importance with the center for the recovery of sea turtles and the pink flamingos.

Cagliari: Half-Day Nora Archaeological Site Shore Excursion

4. Cagliari: Half-Day Nora Archaeological Site Shore Excursion

This combination tour will take you back to the Roman times, where you can discover the city of Nora. On this tour, learn about Sardinian history, the native Sardinians and the Roman civilization in Sardinia.  Walk through the Roman streets and see the theatre, baths, houses and the forum. Afterwards, you will drive to Pula and explore this beautiful little town. When you get off the bus, you can see Sardinia through the eyes of a local. Your local guide will be keen to make the tour as personal as possible. They will assist you with their expertise and recall interesting anecdotes for you before bringing you back to your cruise ship.

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Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 7 reviews

Highly informative and friendly experience. Both Nora and Pula are “must see” places. Our guide (Franco) was excellent, spoke great English, was polite and happy to stop and allow us to take photo etc. Franco helped navigate us around large groups of visitors to get the best out of the day and even took us to a site in Cagliari we hadn’t seen before as an “extra”. Highly recommend this trip.

One of the most amazing and unique excursions we have ever done. Our guide Maurizio was welcoming, passionate, and knowledgeable. Such an adventure that I wouldn’t hesitate to do again.