Pula is a village known for tourism and farming, and it boasts beautiful beaches quite appreciated by the numerous tourists crowding the area's especially during the summer.
Among Pula's more interesting attractions is the Phoenician city of Nora, probably the oldest built in Sardinia. The archaeological area is very well kept and shows the evidence left following the Punic and Roman dominations. Nora used to be considered one of the main landing places in the Mediterranean area, due to its strategic position. Today, part of the ruins have still not been uncovered, but visitors can still admire the beauty and the prosperity that Nora enjoyed in past times.
Pula is not only nature and archaeology: the town is also important for the Italian Golf Open taking place at the Is Molas Golf Club. Every year, this sport's most important champions and numerous VIPs meet here.