Lula is a town in Coahoma County, Mississippi, United States. The population was 370 at the 2000 census.
Lula was the birthplace of Dr. Ransom Myers (1952–2007), a renowned Canadian-based marine biologist/conservationist who published a seminal study on overfishing revealing the dramatic loss of nearly 90% of the oceans' predatory species.
Lula is located at 34°27′13″N 90°28′41″W / 34.45361°N 90.47806°W / 34.45361; -90.47806 (34.453499, -90.478075).