Excursion From Pula: Day Tour Brijuni Round Trip + Swimming/Snorkeling on Peacock Island + Lunch

From Pula: Day Tour Brijuni Round Trip + Swimming/Snorkeling on Peacock Island + Lunch

Croatia, Istria, Pula

From Pula: Day Tour Brijuni Round Trip + Swimming/Snorkeling on Peacock Island + Lunch

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The 14 Brijuni islands are the only national park on the Istrian peninsula, making them one of the most important sights of the Region.

Duration: 7 hours

Dogs allowed

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What you will experience

This popular day tour goes around all the islands of the national park from the port of Pula. Lunch and drinks (wine, water, soft drinks) are provided on board.

On the Peacock Island (Sv. Jerolim), which is part of the National Park, there will be a 3-hour break for sunbathing, snorkeling, exploring and swimming. The island is also a popular destination for locals from Pula, Fazana and Stinjan.

There is a beautiful beach on the island, which is also one of the most beautiful spots for snorkeling. The water is clearer than on the coastal beaches. Tickets to access the island are included in the price (value around €5/person).

There is a restaurant on the island, as well as plenty of shade under trees and a large canopy. One of the highlights of the island are its numerous, free-living, not particularly shy peacocks. Some of the birds are real gems. Peacock feathers are a popular souvenir to take home from the island.

The boat excursion starts from the port of Pula at 9:30 am. You are back at the same spot at 5 pm.

Price per person starts from:

€ 38

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Included

Lunch with drink

Tickets for Peacock Island

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Important information

Security and Covid-19 measures

All of our partners follow all measures applicable to passenger traffic (e.g. sufficient safety vests, also for children). All Covid-19 measures applicable in Croatia are followed.

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