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Rovinj holidays 2020
Rovinj is a small Croatian fishing village located on the Adriatic Sea. Its proximity to Italy means Rovinj is influenced by both Croatian and Italian cultures – evident in the architecture, cuisine and language. A holiday in Rovinj in 2020 is the ideal getaway for those seeking secluded coves, excellent food and an array of historic attractions to boot. The Venetian-inspired old town is an excellent place to start your Croation adventure. As you explore the square's surrounding streets you'll discover the ancient cathedral, the many boutique shops and the town's very own beach. Besides Monte Beach, there are many others located no more than a few miles away. Many can even be reached by walking within half an hour. There's also the option of taking public transportation or hiring a car. With the excellent summer weather, world-class food and unrivalled holiday atmosphere there's no better place to explore in 2020 than Rovinj.
Rovinj at a glance
Must-visit historical sites
Discover the Medieval charms of Rovinj Old Town
Top attractions to visit
St. Euphemia Cathedral, Balbi’s Arch, Rovinj Town Clock
Lush natural wonders
Hike (or bike!) through the forest surrounding Lim Fjord
Cultural hotspot not to miss
Snap a few insta-worthy pictures at Rovinj Port
Discover the best beaches
We love Monte Beach with its stairway leading down to a rock-enclosed pool
Sample the local food
Try the local fuzi pasta served with a veal sauce & have plenty of truffles!
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Things to do in Rovinj
This small Croatian village on the western coast has plenty of attractions to keep you occupied on your holiday in Rovinj. The car-free old town, which is filled with beautiful Venetian architecture, in an excellent place to start your exploration. Awash with cobbled streets and quaint shops, it has a somewhat Italian feel, which brings a rich and redolent sophistication to this ancient town centre. One of the highlights of the old town is Balbi Arch. It's the former entrance to the town and remains the heart of this fishing town. The Saint Euphemia Cathedral is a stunning waterside structure that can be visited for free. It’s a lovely place to start or finish a stroll around the fortifications of the old town, where you can soak up the local way of life. The port is also a lovely place to explore on a sunny morning. Head down and watch the boats bringing in the fresh fish which you'll be dining on in a matter of hours.
The beach is a key part of life in Croatia. The long, hot summers are perfect for lazing around and swimming in some of Europe's cleanest and most temperate waters. Monte Beach is the town's most centrally located beach just to the south of the main square. There isn't much sand here, but the rocky coastline is perfect for swimming and relaxing with a book. They even provide ladders to give you easy access to the water. A few kilometres away are Small and Big Scaraba. Just a few minutes in a car or around half an hour by foot will bring you to these excellent beaches, which are a mix of rocky outcrops and pebbled inlets. There’s also a free car park nearby so if you decide to hire a car you can save some money on parking. Porton Biondi Beach is famed for its magnificent views across the bay to the old town. Popular with families, this beach is located nice and close to the centre of town and has plenty of amenities nearby.
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