Pula is a village very inhabited in the South of Sardinia. It is located in an ideal location along the southwest coast of the Golfo degli Angeli, in the area of Sulcis-Iglesiente, province of Cagliari. It is an important agricultural center, although during the summer doubles the number of its inhabitants through tourism. It is only 40 km from Cagliari-Elmas airport and 30 km from the port of the Sardinian capital. Agricultural production is excellent, like tomatoes and figs, which coexist with the main current economic activity: tourism. Tourists start from the month of April until the end of October, reaching peaks at the end of July and during the entire month of August.
The coastal area is fabulous. explanations. There are beautiful beaches of golden sand for miles and miles. The coast is varied from Pula to Teulada. There is almost a continuation of beaches from Pula to Chia. Then the coast is interrupted by cliffs (like Capo Spartivento and Capo Malfatano), it is more Rocky and least populated. You can see several islets facing the coast. There are also many the Saracen towers situated mostly at strategic points. The beaches in the area of Chia, famous for its sand dunes and lagoon are also ideal for the practice of sports such as surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing.
Starting with the beaches, wild nature, with Mediterranean scrub and forest-covered mountains. Pula dimensione estate (Pula, dimension summer) is the name which for years has been given to the calendar of events that animate the summer puleses nights from June to September. Services to citizens and tourists improve year after year, many accommodations, restaurants, attractions. Pula is really summer dimension, or rather a dimension of vacation. An ideal place to spend your holidays in Sardinia. Pula is well known because in its territory are the ruins of the ancient city of Nora, of Phoenician origin. There are today still important traces left by the Phoenicians, Carthaginians and Romans. Among the discoveries brought the Temple of Tanit period Pashley and the Roman Theatre, the only known example in Sardinia, where it is held every summer night of the poets. In the heart of the town, the archaeological museum Giovanni Patroni which preserves findings from the archaeological site of Nora. Of great interest is also the Roman Church of Sant Efisio at the end of the century. It is located on the beach of Nora, the more close to the people. According to tradition this place was martyred Sant Efisio, Roman Warrior converted to cristianesimo. Missed the first of may, the religious procession in honour of the Saint who comes up here. The statue of Sant Efisio, which comes from the Church located in the Centre of Cagliari, stays for a short period in this church.