Rovinj, one of the most beautiful cities in Istria, is situated on the western coast of Istrian peninsula, between Poreč and Pula in the south. This picturesque city is a popular tourist resort and an active fishing port.
1. Hotel Eden Rovinj - Located on the edge of a unique and wonderful hundred-year old nature park in Rovinj called Zlatni Rt - Punta Corrente, with its long-term tradition hotel Eden will satisfy each guest´s demands.
2. Hotel Park Rovinj - The Hotel Park is situated in a stunning Istrian town Rovinj that stands out by its beauty and historical heritage. Hotel Park is located away from the hustle and bustle of the city, but still near the town centre, just off the beach as if nestled into the scents of the clime and vegetation.
3. Turističko naselje Amarin Rovinj -Amarin vacation village is located about 4km north of Rovinj, next to the sea. Contents: full board restaurants, terrace (menu a la carte), swimming pool with a terrace, pizzeria, coffee bar, beach bars, snack and grill on the beach.
4. Events - Rovinj has plenty of cultural events and entertainment to offer. Festivals like Croatian Summer Salsa Festival, Rovinj open summer festival, Val Kulture, fishermen fiestas, as well as Rovinj heritage museum, the 100-year old aquarium. For lovers of nightlife, the Monvi Center is not to be missed.
Rovinj Archipelago has 22 islets among which St Andrew and St Catherina are the biggest and the most beautiful. In the Rovinj area there are numerous places of great natural value: the Lim bay, St. Andrea´s archipelago, forest park Punta Corente, the Palud marsh, and Monfiorenzo cave. Rovinj offers a wide variety of accommodation units: hotels, apartments, private houses, vacation villages and others. A rich gastronomic offer, as well as a variety of cultural events, excursions and entertainment will not leave anyone wanting more.
Rovinj was first mentioned under the name Castrum Rubini in the Cosmography by the Anonymous of Ravenna in the 4th and 5th centuries. The old part of the city is situated on s peninsula with the church of St. Euphemia that dominates the city skyline and is a prime example of baroque architecture in Istria.