Santa Margherita di Pula comprises a series of 5 kilometers of stupendous beaches alternating with dense and luxuriant pine woods, waiting for you to discover. The first you encounter, driving along highway SS 125 from Pula towards the South, is the beach of Campumatta: the clearest water imaginable, a seabed which is deep immediately, and hardly any shelter from the wind. For this reason – just like the nearby beach Cala d’Ostia, where the coastal watchtower with the same name stands – it is a customary destination for enthusiasts of surfing, windsurfing, and kitesurfing. Behind the two beaches, immersed in the luxuriant green, various camping sites are located, as well as residences and hotels.
Continuing on highway SS 195, we encounter Forte Village, the ultra-luxurious resort built right on the coast, which welcomes wealthy guests from all corners of the world.
The following beaches are the adjacent Riva dei Pini and Cala Bernardini, with a shallow seabed for tens of yards from the shoreline and emerald water, which concludes this tour of the beaches in this area, blessed by the sun and an extraordinary sea.