Brijuni National Park
Located on a group of scenic islands
This park is located in an archipelago of 14 scenic islands,
a few kilometres from Istrian coastline, close to the city of Pula and its harbour. Once the site of vacation homes for Europe's aristocracies, from the Roman
and Austrian empires' times, the area is steeped
in history, as well as natural beauty.
National Park is small group of islands known for its charm and beauty. The area is full of natural
beauty, including a variety of flora and fauna as well as archeological sites. No wonder it was visited by many
royalty, actors, sportsmen, and others, as one of the top holiday destinations on the Adriatic
|The National Park
Brijuni is located close to Pula city harbour, containing
14 islands and islets of a wonderful cultivated island paradise.
Things to see and do on Brijuni islands
Visit the Byzantine Castrum and Roman villa on Brijuni, explore the islands and enjoy the wide array of flora and fauna. Many of the plants
and animals are not native to the area, being introduced by visiting royalty for their
You will also find the Brijuni Fortress an impressive sight
and well worth exploring. It was built by the Austrian empire in the 2nd half of the 19th century, a sone of seven
fortresses, to control northern access to Pula's harbour.
As are other villas, whose remnants are dating back to the
Roman times and later Australian times, owing to the importance of the nearby Pula harbour.
Hotels in Brijuni
Netpun Hotel, Istra Hotel and Karmen Hotel are all located
nearby. The closest mainland town is Fažana, which can be reached by buses from Pula city (line 21),
some 8 kms away.
There are organized day tours from Fažana to Brijuni by boat
transport, which is covered in the cost of the tour. The trip takes about 15 minutes.