City Farmer’s market Pula

Pula City Farmer’s Market: A Traveler’s Dream Destination

  • Food enthusiasts looking for fresh produce.
  • Shoppers in search of local products and authentic souvenirs.
  • Travelers eager to dive into local traditions and daily life.
  • Historians and culture lovers wanting to relive Pula’s past.


  • A bustling marketplace with a rich history that dates back centuries.
  • An expansive variety of seafood caught fresh from the Adriatic Sea.
  • Colorful stalls with an abundant selection of local fruits and vegetables.
  • Indoor and outdoor settings, perfect for shopping in all weather conditions.

About the City Farmer’s Market Pula

When in Pula, the City Farmer’s Market isn’t just a place, it’s an experience. If the walls of this lively, long-running marketplace could talk, they’d tell tales that go back centuries, interwoven with the city’s rich history. As a travel copywriter, I felt a compelling pull towards this hub, not just for its produce, but for its stories.

Located in the heart of Pula, the market boasts a variety of stalls, both inside and outdoors. As I wandered through, the vibrancy was palpable. Traders peddling the freshest seafood – fish shimmering as if they were just plucked from the Adriatic, and crustaceans snapping their claws. Rows of stalls presented a rainbow of fruits and vegetables, showcasing the region’s rich soil and agricultural heritage.

Another striking aspect of the market is its inclusivity. I was pleased to see it was wheelchair-accessible, ensuring everyone, regardless of mobility, can enjoy the marketplace’s wonders. For shoppers who prefer an indoor setting, especially during the colder months or the occasional rainy day, the in-store shopping experience is equally delightful. Sheltered from the elements, you’re greeted by an array of fragrant flowers, cuts of local meats, and other tantalizing goods.

City Market Pula

Fish market

Nestled in the historic city of Pula, the fish market stands as a testament to the region’s rich maritime heritage. A bustling hub for locals and tourists alike, this market is where fresh catches of the day are proudly displayed in a vibrant array of colors, sizes, and species.

The architecture of the fish market itself is notable, blending seamlessly with Pula’s ancient Roman and Venetian influences. Inside, the high ceilings and large windows allow the Adriatic sun to illuminate the day’s catch, casting a shimmer across the variety of fish, shellfish, and other seafood.

Visitors to the market can expect to see a range of seafood, from common fish like sardines and mackerel to more exotic Adriatic catches. Local fishermen, many of whom have been in the trade for generations, proudly hawk their wares, offering stories of their catches and advice on the best ways to prepare them.

But the market isn’t just about buying. It’s an experience in itself. The sound of haggling in Croatian, the aroma of the fresh sea mingling with the herbs and spices from nearby stalls, and the sight of locals carefully selecting their meals for the evening create a lively atmosphere.

For those looking to get a taste of Pula’s maritime culture, a trip to the fish market is a must. Whether you’re a seasoned chef, a curious tourist, or just someone looking to soak in the local flavor, the fish market in Pula promises a unique and unforgettable experience.

City Farmer’s market Pula

Local Tips & Tricks

  1. Seafood Stalls: Head there early in the morning. That’s when the catch is freshest and the variety is at its peak.
  2. Haggling: Don’t be shy to negotiate prices, especially if you’re buying in bulk.
  3. Local Delicacies: Ask vendors for recommendations on local specialties or seasonal items. They love to share their knowledge and favorites.

Opening Hours

Daily: 7 am – 2 pm. Note: Some stalls may close earlier, especially the seafood ones, once their fresh stock is sold out.


While prices can vary based on the season and vendor, the market is known for its affordability.
Expect to pay around 4€ for a kilogram of fresh fish, and 3-5€ for local fruits and vegetables.

As with many farmer’s markets around the world, the prices at Pula City Farmer’s Market can fluctuate depending on the season. Due to the cyclical nature of agriculture, some products might be in abundance during certain times of the year, leading to more competitive pricing. Conversely, during off-seasons, when certain produce or goods are scarcer, you might notice a slight increase in prices. It’s always a good idea to be aware of these seasonal variations, not only for budgeting purposes but also to enjoy the freshest, peak-season offerings the market has to present


While some vendors have adopted modern payment methods, most prefer cash. It’s recommended to carry some change with you for smaller purchases.

Contact Info

How to Get Here

  • Location: The City Farmer’s Market Pula is easily accessible whether you’re driving or walking.
  • Walking Direction: From Giardini, take a short walk via Flanatička street. This route will lead you directly to the market.

Where to park

  • Given the market’s central location in Pula, there are several parking options available.
  • For the best parking spots, kindly refer to the where-to-park section. This guide provides a detailed overview of all recommended parking locations.


How old is the City Farmer’s Market in Pula?
The market has been a vital part of Pula’s community for centuries, though its exact founding date is debated among historians.
Can I find vegan or vegetarian products at the market?
Absolutely! The market boasts a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, grains, and other plant-based products suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
Is it easy to find parking near the market?
There are several parking areas near the market, though they can get busy during peak hours. Arriving early or using public transport can be more convenient.
Do vendors at the Pula market speak English?
Many do, especially the younger generation. However, a smile and basic gestures can go a long way if you encounter a language barrier.
Are pets allowed in the market?