Pula Airport motorhome rental – the best deals
When you come through arrivals at Pula Airport, make sure your campervan hire is ready and waiting for you, thanks to the great service of Motorhome Republic. The airport also operates for Slovenia and parts of Italy and is perfectly set-up for you to collect your vehicle and hit the highways.
A Croatia coastal journey like no other
Depending on the time of year, Pula Airport services airlines such as Aer Lingus, Lufthansa, Ryanair and many more. From Paris to Oslo, Dublin, Cologne and London, it enjoys a comprehensive air network in Europe – domestically you can fly into Zagreb. Pula is at the southern tip of the Istria peninsula, and all you have to do is drive south to take in around an incredible 6000km of coastline, as thousands of camper travellers do every year. The E65 and E71 are just two of the major routes to look out for. The airport is only 7km from Pula city centre, with other nearby popular locations including Banjole and Premantura.
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With a booking network that spans nearly 30 countries and an itinerary of more than 30,000 vehicles, you can rest assured that Motorhome Republic has the skills to deliver you the perfect camper hire from Pula Airport. Our international customer service team work around the clock and are always at the end of a phone call or email, if you are looking to make a booking or have a query about a current motorhome holiday. Independent review site TrustPilot is also part of the family, with objective testimonials and comments all part of what we do. Just check out the global reviews on our homepage. If you’re planning to see Croatia in a campervan, we can deliver the best deal. We have no vested interest in which vehicle brand you choose, hence the fact there are so many different companies to pick from.
Driving from Pula Airport – handy tips and guide
No doubt you will want to get sightseeing as soon as you land and unspoiled Pula could be first on your list. The Temple of Augustus dates back to 2nd century AD and underwent a church conversion in the Byzantine era. The Roman amphitheatre is very popular with tourists and is just another historical building worth seeing – the region is blessed with so many. Brijuni Islands National Park is another must-see for the stunning flora and fauna and a Safari Park. In fact, while it’s not Croatia’s most famous destination, you may decide to stay a few days in Pula. If you are heading to the larger cities, Zagreb is around three hours and 270km, Dubrovnik is much further afield at over 700km while Split is a little further up the coast and around 500km – around six hours’ travelling time.
Accommodation and campsites in Pula
Close to town, Camping Stoja is considered one of the larger complexes for your motorhome rental. There is a restaurant and Wi-Fi available and a beach nearby. Camping Brioni is set in a pine forest with plenty of space and a friendly atmosphere. Internet access is readily available and there’s even a campsite supermarket. Puntizela Krankski Camp offers three-star camping next to the sea in Runke Bay.