Parco forestale Punta Corrente
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Most beautiful forest, beaches and bike trails! Famous national park protected for its unique and lush vegetation and wildlife!
Visit our green area full of beaches and secret places to explore. Great for bikes.
For serious, pine-forested beaches, head south of Rovinj, past the marina, to the wooded peninsula of Zlatni Rt, or Golden Cape. The stroll along the waterfront is a little more than a kilometre from the centre. There’s also a cluster of resorts around here, but they’re uphill, so the beaches are…
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“Supermarket where you can buy groceries, bread and all you need. It's just across the street from the appartment.”
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“It’s my favorite coctail bar in Rovinj. You can take a brake from sihtseeing, enjoy your coffee, glass of wine or a coctail, sitting on the rocks by the sea. For your most beautiful sunsets. Unforgetable. ”
- Consigliato da 21 persone del luogo
“Batana House is perhaps the first multi-media museum around the Mediterranean specifically dedicated to a fishing boat. The vessel in question is the batana, the traditional wooden boat of this region. It is still very much in use today – as you will find out should you head out at sunset in a batana expertly rowed by the one of the museum staff. As both sit in the romantically lit batana, they will explain the importance of the boat to Rovinj’s history and economy, from the intricacies of night fishing to the construction of the vessel itself. ”
- Consigliato da 28 persone del luogo
“The Church of St. Euphemia, often known as the Basilica of St. Euphemia (although it is not formally a basilica minor), is a Baroque church located in the heart of the historic part of Rovinj, Croatia, dominating the town. This three-nave church was built from 1725-36, over the remains of older, early Christian structures. The dedication was originally to Saint George, later to Saints George and Euphemia; the present building is dedicated to Euphemia only. Its façade dates from 1883. The relics of Saint Euphemia are preserved in a Roman sarcophagus from the sixth century (but adapted in the 15th century). The church contains several treasures and works of art: Gothic statues from the 15th century, paintings from the 16th and the 17th centuries: Last Supper and Christ in the Gethsemane. The bell tower resembles the tower of St Mark's Basilica in Venice. It was built during 1654–1680, to the plans by Antonio Manopola. On top of this 60 m-high tower stands the statue of Saint Euphemia, serving as a wind vane. Standing in front of the church you can take amazing photos and enjoy remarcable view.”
- Consigliato da 25 persone del luogo