Rovinj is situated on the west coast of Istria, the biggest peninsula on the Adriatic coastline, and only within one hour drive from Trieste, 2.5 hours from Zagreb and 6 hours from Munich.
People of Rovinj make their living mostly out of tourism, fishing, agriculture, winemaking and viticulture.
Rovinj is one of the most developed tourist destinations in Croatia, boasting rich natural and cultural heritage with beautiful landmarks such as the old town and the lush Zlatni rt (Punta corrente) forest. Zlatni rt is a protected forest park, while Rovinj’s islands and coastal area are protected landscapes/seascapes.
In the last 40 years Rovinj has developed into a popular tourist destination thanks to its lovely nature, indented coastline with a necklace of islands and mild weather.
These features are complemented by diverse activity programs, world-class amenities and historic treasures.
Rovinj’s tourist offer is closely related to sports, recreation and entertainment. Rovinj features entertainment for people of all age groups. Guests will enjoy spending time at numerous bars and restaurants along the seaside promenade.