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Situated on the south-west of the peninsula and surrounded by 22 islands, the historic port of Rovinj is a popular resort. The rocky coast is dotted with pebble and gravel beaches, gently sloping into the sea, and there are regular boats from the harbour to the beaches on nearby islands. There is a good selection of shops, cafes and restaurants, and a real sense of history embodied in the architecture all around. Explore the meandering lanes and cobbled squares of the old town and climb the bell-tower of the church of St. Euphemia for wonderful views over the town and bay.
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Istrian cuisine is very natural and simple, taking key ingredients fresh from the land and sea. Around Rovijn, many dishes are prepared with the local wild plants, wine, vinegar and olive oil. If you want to sample something truly Istrian, try the prsut – a cured ham which all Istrian’s are proud of. The seafood is always fresh and delicious, and sample something rare and native – the Istrian truffle – usually used to flavour pasta and meat.
North of Rovinj, about a 20 minute car-ride away, one of the most beautiful natural resources of the Istrian peninsula. Also known under the name of the Lim channel of the Lim fiord. The estuary is rich in fish, and high quality oysters and mussels because of the special conditions of the sea water in the channel.From both sides very steep mountains rise, in some parts even up to 100 meters.
Located between Buje and Novigrad is an award-winning waterpark, with pools, flumes, entertainment and eateries. A fun day in the sunshine for all the family.
Travel by boat from Rovinj to St. Mark's Square in Venice!
Visit the Native Museum and Batana House Eco Museum.
Church of St. Euphemia.
This Venetian Baroque building and the largest monument in the city was restored between 1725 and 1736
Romanesque Church of the Holy Trinity.
Brijuni National Park
Ancient roman villas, Illyrian palaces, Byzantine forts, medieval churches and finally – the luxurious presidential residence, visited by the most powerful politicians and famous stars of the 20th century. The private resort owned by Yugoslav president Tito, had been closed for public for decades.
The unique natural beauties and the ideal Mediterranean microclimate give it an additional dimension of exclusivity. The island is inhabited by exotic animals and plants from all over the world.
Where the Balbi’s Arch stands today, there used to be the main gate to the fortified city of Porton della Pescheria. The old gate was pulled down in 1678/79 and the Balbi's Arch was built in its place
Mini Croatia – An Outdoor Gallery.
If you wish to get familiar with, see and tour Croatia, you only need to come to Rovinj, to the Mini Croatia Park and you will be able to get across Croatia in no longer than half an hour or a bit more. The visitors can enjoy a nice walk, passing through Dubrovnik, Split, Rijeka, Osijek, Karlovac, all the way to Istria, pazin Cave, Lim Channel, Pula Arena and Rovinj's Church of St. Euphemia
Tennis courts, Bike hire, Fishing
Sail boats, Scuba diving
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