|Minimum Stay||3 - 6 nights|
If you want to experience a homely atmosphere and drink with a glass of wine or brandy, visit the home of the family Zgrablic. Our apartment is located in a quiet area but just as central, just ten minutes walk from the historic center of the city ', and a few minutes by car or bike from the beaches of the Rovinj.
Our house 'surrounded by a large enclosed garden of 1000m2 with ample space to park your car.
The apartment is scheduled for 2-4 persons (1-2 bed rooms), and fully equipped and located on the ground floor of the house. The apartment has a terrace and an outdoor space furnished with table and chairs.
Rovinj and 'a city rich in culture and history. From birth and 'turned to the sea, from which he draws wealth, way of life, and to whom and development' facing its future.
The enchanting beauty of the sea and the boundless blue skies, bathed in sun and flanked by green freshness of the pines and Bosci, and 'a source of vital joy.
Feel the enchantment of the narrow medieval streets and warm Mediterranean town, the rest is nature. The entire coastline, with its 13 islands, is protected natural heritage.
A visit to the numerous churches, the Museum of Rovinj and the many galleries will complete your cultural experience.
In the district there are many paths and trails for recreation, to go by bike, on horseback or on foot. Thanks to the sea and all that it offers, from sailing to discovering the underwater world, its therapeutic properties, today Rovinj is the destination for tourists from around the world.
What to see?
Here is a review of the monuments that characterize Rovinj:
the church of St. Euphemia (Sv. Eufemije)
port Baroque - the arc of Balbi
the clock tower and the lion of s. Marco
the Church of St. Thomas (Sv. Tome)
the church of Santa Croce (Svetog Križa)
the chapel of SS. Trinity (Svetog Trojstva)
the Civic Museum
the museum "House of Batana" (Ku?or to Batani)
the Aquarium of the Institute "Ru?Boškovi er? "
Zlatni rt - Punta Corrente
Palud (swamp) - special ornithological reserve
the island of St. Andrew (Sv. Andrija) ... Read more about things to do in Rovinj ...
Here are the "must", ie the things not to miss during your stay in Rovinj: Top 10 activities in Rovinj.
The nearby town of Pula (Pula) deserves your attention mainly for its impressive Roman amphitheater (the 6th largest in the world) and for its market Civic Art Deco. Unmissable destination is also Motovun (Motovun), a picturesque village squatting on the top of a hill where, every year in August, held a popular film festival. After a short crossing by sea, you will come to Brijuni Islands (Brijuni), an archipelago of 12 islands of extraordinary beauty; on the main island, you can visit its safari park on board a train. Read more on excursions, individual or organized.
Pulizia finale dell'angolo cottura obbligatoria a cura del cliente, altrimenti si paga un supplemento di euro 50,00
Gli appartamenti all' giorno d'arrivo sono a dispisizione dalle 14:00-22:00 e alla partenza devono essere lasciati entro le 10:00.
La prenotazione e considerata valida dopo il versamento di una caparra, ammontando alla soma di due affitti giornalieri, fatta pervenire tramite bonifico bancario.
Rovinj (Rovinj), Blue Pearl of the Adriatic, a place of romantic atmosphere and art, is one of the most picturesque Mediterranean towns. The Republic of Venice for 500 years, the Old Town property rises on a high promontory, surrounded by Venetian houses covered with terracotta roofs and dominated by the church of St. Euphemia dating from the 18th century, whose bell tower stands the silhouette of Rovinj. The narrow spaces of what, a former island dictated the appearance of the city, characterized by houses, narrow cobbled streets and small squares.
The old cobbled streets of the old town invite visitors to stroll and discover quaint art galleries and shops packed with local crafts and artifacts. Market stalls civic outdoor sell fresh and genuine as asparagus, olives, tomatoes, herbs and medicines, figs and cheese. The influence of Italian culture, here in Rovinj, is much stronger than elsewhere in Croatia. Its main square is surrounded by lively cafes and restaurants overlooking the charming port city, jam-packed with sailboats and fishing boats.
Tourists from around the world choose to spend their holidays in Rovinj for its mild climate, its charming past, the hospitality of its people and landscapes worthy of being portrayed in a postcard - a thick Mediterranean, lush pine forests and well 22 islands and islets, together with the costs, give life to the largest protected area of the natural heritage of the city. Although registers the highest number of tourists during the summer months for its climate extraordinarily healthy, many spend their holidays in Rovinj even winter.
Rovinj is a city sensitive to environmental protection and open to new challenges in the field of tourism. It, however, does not forget the value of their own tradition. That's why it is not surprising the image of fishermen who, at dawn, they return to the town harbor with nets bulging with fresh fish.