Best Time To Visit Pula

What is the best time to visit Pula?

The summer months are the best time to not only explore the city's most beautiful sites but also to enjoy the summer swim at the white sand beaches near the city. By the end of August, the days become a lot cooler meaning the temperature is good enough for a swim and tour the city too. The city is filled with travellers and backpackers during the summer months due to the various music festivals and events that pull in the crowds from across Europe.

Weather in Pula


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Monthly Weather in Pula

Month High/Low (°C) Rain
January 12°/ 7° 2 days
February 14°/ 8° 2 days
March 14°/ 8° 5 days
April 18°/ 11° 2 days
May 18°/ 12° 16 days
June 27°/ 21° 2 days
July 29°/ 22° 7 days
August 29°/ 23° 5 days
September 25°/ 18° 10 days
October 21°/ 15° 6 days
November 17°/ 12° 22 days
December 13°/ 9° 9 days

More about Best Time to Travel to Pula

Pula in Summer

The summer months in Pula from June-September are crowded due to the holiday season. The modest average temperature of 24C during the summer months with longer days are helpful for easy exploration of the city. One can enjoy the film festival, concerts and other such cultural events during the summer months along with the usual travel and exploration.

Pula in Autumn/Winter

As the winters step in, the travelling crowd seems to vanishes from the city. Although, like the entire Istrian peninsual region, the place is stll good enough for travel with an added perk of cheaper accommodation options due to the off-season decline in prices. The months of October-February see an average temperature of about 5-10C, which is nearly summers for some European countries and is still seen as a good time to travel.

Pula in Spring

With nearly no tourism during the previous four months, Pula starts to see travellers as the Spring steps in the months of March-May. The temperature is cool enough to avoid swimming although, there are lots of other options for you to explore when in Pula during these months. The city is preparing for the upcoming peak season meaning there is a slight hike in prices than in the winters but still lesser than the summer months.

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