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Rovinj boat tour istria

Situated on the west coast of Istria, Rovinj is one of the most popular and most developed tourist resorts in Croatia. The old town is built on the island, which was only connected with the mainland in the 18th century. Known as one of the most picturesque and romantic towns on Mediterranean, over the last few decades Rovinj attracts a large number of tourists, most of them faithfully returning year after year. Why do they come back? Maybe it is the breath of past times felt as you walk around old town's cobbled narrow streets. Or is it maybe its 22 islands and islets, the mild Mediterranean climate, carefully designed parks, the tidiness of its streets, the friendliness of the local population or numerous and varied town events. Or all of it!
Rovinj manages to combine, in a very interesting way, its rich tradition with the modern times. As it is also an active fishing port, you can experience the atmosphere of a small fishing village, especially during the popular fishermen’s festivities or at one of the traditional taverns called Spacio (in the past, very popular among fishermen). On the other hand, the town has been developing an exquisite gastronomy and offers a high standard of tourist services in general.
The city at the foot of the Church of St. Euphemia is the favorite gathering place of artists from around the world. Walking down its streets, you'll bump into many art galleries and studios, whilst once a year, in August, you have the possibility to attend the largest open-air exhibition of the Adriatic coast, which takes place in one of the main old-town streets - Grisia.
It is almost impossible to list all Rovinj's attractions, so we suggest visiting it and surrendering to its beauty… We are sure that it will win you over and that sooner or later, you’ll come to visit Rovinj again. 
The Old Town of Rovinj rises up on a peninsula and is a witness to times gone by and valuable accomplishments of its past artisans. The limited space led to the construction of narrow buildings, streets and small town squares. Of particular interest in this town centre are the characteristically designed chimneys. The town itself was declared a cultural monument in 1963.
The church is a most imposing structure which bears the name of the patron saint of the town. It dominates the whole Rovinj historic town centre. It was built in the 18th century, while its facade in Venetian-baroque style was added in the middle of the last century. At the top of the sixty metre high bell tower stands the copper statue of St.Euphemia, which shows the direction of the wind by turning on a spindle.
The Rovinj Islands and the coastal strip are special landscape protection areas. Moreover, the entire coast around Rovinj is also a nature reserve, as well as the 22 islands that surround it: St. Katarina, St. Andrea, the two Figarola's islands (large and small), Šturago, Maškin, Pirusi, St. Ivan, Banjole, Two Sisters.
The Island Katarina is one of the closest and largest islands of the Rovinj archipelago. It is located opposite the town, only a hundred meters away. Its area of 16,000 square meters is covered with a lush vegetation, with pine, oleander and other typical plants.
South of Cape Montravo one reaches the island of Školj magaraca (Donkey reef), then on two islands connected by a breakwater, St. Andrea and Maškin. These are the remains of a peninsula, which once stretched to the south, and which, after an earthquake before the 6th century, fell in several places. This is how a group of 5 islands emerged: Školj magaraca, St. Andrea, Maškin, Šturago, St. Ivan and numerous reefs.
The best views (and photos for instagram) of Rovinj can be had from the city’s port. From this perspective you can see those beautiful painted houses that crowd the waterfront, and the marvellous campanile of St. Euphemia behind them.
Turn seawards and you’ll witness a working port in action, with fishers setting out or coming home, or mending nets on the jetty.