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Rovinj

Enjoy your holidays in Rovinj which is situated on the western coast of Istria in Croatia, the largest peninsula on the Adriatic coastline, a one hour drive from Trieste, 2.5 hours from Zagreb and 6 hours from Munich.

The people of Rovinj make their living mostly out of tourism, fishing, agriculture, winemaking and viticulture.

Boasting a rich natural and cultural heritage with beautiful landmarks such as the old town, the Golden Cape Park Forest, protected islands and coastal area, Rovinj has many loyal visitors from all parts of the globe and has developed into a popular tourist destination.

A pleasant climate and a wide array of sports facilities make Rovinj an ideal host venue for competitions, tournaments, sports schools and training camps for professional athletes all year round.

Historic Monuments & Rovinj Landmarks:

  • Church of St. Euphemia
  • Baroque Balbi’s Arch
  • Watchtower with the Lion of St. Marcus
  • St. Thomas Church
  • Church of the Holy Cross
  • Chapel of the Holy Trinity
  • Franciscan Monastery
  • Rovinj Town Museum
  • Batana House Ecomuseum
  • Rovinj Aquarium (Ruđer Bošković Institute)
  • Golden Cape Park Forest
  • Palud Ornithological Reserve
  • Sv. Andrija (St. Andrew`s Island)

General information

The average yearly temperature in Rovinj is 13.5°C, with 766.8 mm of rainfall. The climate is warm and semi-dry, with more than four months a year without wind. Such a mild microclimate is characteristic only to Mali Lošinj and the Brijuni archipelago. There are 134 sunny days in a year, which makes Rovinj the third sunniest spot in the Adriatic. At the same time, it is the least cloudy place.

Population: 14,234
Area: 80 km2
Density: 178 ppl/km2
Air: Mediterranean climate
January: 5°C to 9°C
August: 22°C to 25°C

Average sea temperature:
June: 22°C
July: 24°C
August/September: 23°C

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