Sit back and take in a one-and-a-half-hour scenic motor coach ride to the historic town of Pula. Situated on the southernmost part of the Istrian Peninsula, Pula immerses you in 3,000 years of history. Once you arrive, you’ll take a one-and-a-half-hour walk through Pula. Stroll down its narrow streets, passing a host of ancient buildings and notable landmarks, including the Triumphal Arch of Sergius, the Twin Gates, the Temple of Augustus and the church of St. Maria Formosa. Then head over to the famous Roman first-century Roman amphitheater, The Pula Arena, ranked among the largest in the world. Pula Arena is an exceptionally well-preserved ancient monument, and is the only remaining amphitheater to have four side towers and intact Roman architecture. Next, you’ll take a short ride and move on to the Chiavalon family estate, housing more than 7,000 olive trees. The family specializes in growing olives and producing extra-virgin olive oil. Sample the oil along with some local appetizers. Savor a traditional lunch at a local restaurant before returning back to the pier.