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Pula: Brijuni National Park Tour with Island Visit233 Reviews
See the islands of Brijuni National Park from a traditional boat. Enjoy lunch and unlimited drinks onboard as you learn about the history of the park from your guide. Visit the island for relaxation.
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- See all the islands of Brijuni National Park from a traditional boat
- Enjoy dinner on the ship with a magnificent view over the sea
- Swim in the water at St. Jerolim Island, part of the Brijuni National Park
DescriptionVisit one of the most beautiful places in the Adriatic Sea, Brijuni National Park. Explore the park by boat, spotting wild animals along the way, and swim in the water at St. Jerolim Island. Board a comfortable ship with your captain and guide and head out to the islands that form the National Park. This place is famous because its former owner, Josip Broz Tito, had a rare hobby: he collected exotic animals. Your guide on the ship will conduct a sightseeing tour around all the islands and share lots of interesting facts about the islands and their famous owners. Enjoy a delicious lunch of traditional Mediterranean dishes made of fish, beef, or vegetables. Don’t forget to take advantage of the unlimited drinks on board, like wine, mineral water, juice, and sodas. If you're lucky, your ship may be accompanied by dolphins, so don’t forget your camera. On a stop off at St. Jerolim Island (Sveti Jerolim), you can choose to stay for 2.5 hours or stay on the ship. On the island, you’ll get the chance to wander its scenic beaches, take a swim, or explore the island itself. After a fun day out on the open sea, your ship will return to Pula.
IncludesBoat trip Grilled fish, meat, or vegetarian dish lunch Unlimited white wine Unlimited mineral water Original Coca-Cola or Fanta
- There is an entrance fee to visit St. Jerolim Island (€5 for adults/€2.5 for children). This is to be paid separately in cash on the island to the custodian on the wharf