Marina Veruda-Tehnomont lies on the western coast of Istria very close to Pula, in a narrow bay leading 1500 m inland. The marina is, therefore, sheltered from all winds. The airport is only approx. 5 km away.
Marina Veruda-Tehnomont is open all year round and is a popular starting point for sailing trips to Brijuni National Park nearby. The hustle and bustle at the weekend reveals th...
at the marina is a home port for several charter companies.
630 berths are scattered over 17 jetties, all equipped with mooring lines and water and electricity. During the winter 2015/2016 the jetties have been renewed. However, the harbour gets quite overcrowded in summer, especially on the start dates and arrival days. The berths for visiting boats are allocated by the marina staff.
A 30 minutes use of the Wi-Fi is free for guets of Marina Veruda.Before the high season 2016 started a new swimming pool with 260 sq. and integrated bar will be opened next to the Marina Restaurant.
There are four spacious and well-kept sanitary facilities in the entire complex, which are arranged in such a way that they are easy-to-reach from all of the jetties. Nevertheless, expect long queues particularly at the weekends.
There are 300 parking spaces available along the quay wall and at designated places.
There is aFlah fuel station in the entrace to Marina Veruda. Shopping in Pula There is a small supermarket with a good range of products close to the office building at the entrance to the marina and it is open from April to October. Further shopping amenities can be found in the centre of Pula, which you will take you approx. 20 minutes to walk from the yacht harbour and where you will find several large supermarkets, discount stores and a daily market.
Food and leisure in Pula Next to the marina restaurant, which has had a very good reputation from many years, visitors can enjoy the panoramic views of the bay on the boat-shaped terrace at the entrance to the harbour. There are more restaurants and konobas serving national and international dishes in the centre of Pula.
The historic centre of Pula is characterised by the many ruins from the Roman era. The well-preserved amphitheatre close to Pula harbour is especially worth visiting.
Die Marina ist bietet hervorragenden Schutz bei allen Winden, sehr hilfsbereites Personal und (außen an den Wochenenden wenn die Chartergäste kommen) auch viel Privatsphäre. Das Stadtzentrum von Pula kann man gut mit dem Taxi erreichen. Marinarestaurant nichts Besonderes aber o.k. Wer gut essen möchte, dem sei das Ribarska Koliba (andere Uferseite) oder das Oasis empfohlen.
Man sollte von der Marina ein Taxi nehmen, denn sonst kommt man aus der wenig bietenden Marina-Umgebung kaum weg! Es lohnt mit dem Taxi nach Pula zu fahren, da ist deutlich mehr an Restaurants und Sehenswertem! Die Marina selber ist nicht wirklich "schön" und bietet eben nur das eigene Restaurant. Zu Fuß wird es schwierig mit Alternativen.