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Private snorkeling swimming tour!
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Multiple destinations in one tour!
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We offer the unforgettable and exciting excursion by speedboat through the Istrian coasts and islands. Join in creating beautiful moments and experiences and explore beautiful nature of Istria! Here on our website you can take a peek into a small percentage of our excursions, pictures, videos, tours and adventures! About speedboat tours prices and more details, please feel free to contact me by mail or telephone... your Igor


Year by year we create incredibe memories on the Istrian sea! Call me and reserve your seat today! Here is little peace of our excursions photos....enyoj it!!!

Dolphin Tours Istria offer unforgettable speedboat experience on the sea! We drive your family to the Rovinj city, and we leave you at central port 50 meters away from the old town! You have four hours free time to take walk, restaurant, bar, shooping or anything by your wish! During that time i wait you with a boat on the same place i left you, and at time when we make deal, we slowly return to start point! About departure time and return time we make deal before departure. In case of bed weather i never take risk!!! We can change your reservation for another day, or i give you your reservation money back! In case that bed weather start during your free time at city, than i organize taxi car service who drive you to your stay. All service is included in price! I gurantee perfect experience with professional skipper. All persons are full insured and boat has all safety equipment!

Departure or return with boat can be any part of day because we work 24/7! about all details we should deal personal.

For more info feel free to call or write: 00385 99 321 1734, dolphintoursistria@gmail.com

Rovinj was already a settlement of Venetian or Illyrian tribes before being captured by the Romans, who called it Arupinium or Mons Rubineus, and later Ruginium and Ruvinium. Built on an island close to the coast, it became connected to the mainland much later, in 1763, by filling in the channel. Rovinj was eventually incorporated into the Byzantine Empire, later becoming part of the Exarchate of Ravenna in the 6th century, before being taken over by the Frankish Empire in 788. For the following several centuries it was ruled by a succession of feudal lords, and in 1209 it was acquired by the Patriarchate of Aquileia under Wolfger von Erla. From 1283 to 1797 Rovinj was one of the most important towns in Istria governed by the Republic of Venice. During this period three town gates were constructed and Rovinj was fortified by two rows of defensive walls, remains of which can still be seen today. Nearby the Rovinj pier one can find one of the old town gates, the Balbi's Arch, dating from 1680, and a late-Renaissance clock tower. The first city statute was proclaimed in 1531. Following the fall of Venice in 1797 and the ensuing Napoleonic interlude, Rovinj became part of the Austrian Empire, which lasted until World War I. According to the last Austrian census in 1911, 97.8% of the population was Italian-speaking. It then belonged to Kingdom of Italy from 1918 to 1947, when it was ceded to SFR Yugoslavia, as part of SR Croatia. The original town name Rovigno was then changed into Rovinj. During the post-war period many Italian inhabitants left Rovinj, which led to significant changes to the city's demographic structure. Following Croatia's independence in 1991, the town became one of the most important centers of Istria County, an administrative unit encompassing most of Istria. Rovinj is today the third most populous town in the county, behind Pula and Poreč.The main economic activity in Rovinj is tourism and during peak season (May–September), its bars, restaurants and art galleries work long hours, while operating limited hours off-season. The busiest area is the very centre of Rovinj, extending from the main bus station towards the old part of town, where most bars and clubs are located. The town's main central thoroughfare is the fully pedestrian Carrera Street, with many independent shops and art galleries. A farmer's market is located at the edge of the historic part of town, near Valdibora Square. According to data compiled by Istria Tourist Board, Rovinj is the second biggest tourist destination in the county, in terms of overnight stays. The two closest airports are Pula/Pola (Croatia) and Trieste (Italy) and during the summer season, low-cost airlines such as Ryanair operate direct flights from western Europe to both airports. Easyjet operates flights between cities in the United Kingdom and Pula in the summer months. Also during the summer season, there is a direct high speed ferry link between Venice and Rovinj. High speed weekly lines to the Port of Ravenna and Cesenatico are also available in the summer. There are numerous hotels in the town itself, and beds are abundant though usually overbooked in the summer months. Accommodation ranges from private rooms or apartments to bungalows, camping sites and 2 to 5 star hotels. The city also has two luxury, 5-star boutique hotels, Hotel Monte Mulini and Hotel Lone. Apart from hotels on the mainland, there are also a handful of hotels on small islands surrounding Rovinj which are linked to the mainland by boats which go from the city centre to the hotel on the islands.

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