Ubytování 1900 Rovinj
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Rovinj, an old but popular fishermen town surrounded by islands and islets, is situated on Istria's west coast and it's one of the most developed seaside resorts in Croatia. Rovinj is an important historical and cultural Istrian center. The old town lies on a conical promontory which was until 1763 part of a coastal islet. In the 18th century the channel was filled up with the mainland. In the 18th century Rovinj was the most populated town in the Ventian part of Istria after Kopar.
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Island of St. Catherine is located right in front of the old town Rovinj and it can be easily reach by taxi boats. The beaches on the island are mostly stony. the island offers other services as well, so while spending your day on the island of St. Catherine you can swim in the pool, refresh in the bar, you can rent different sport equipment for windsurfing, diving, volleyball. On the island you can see the popular rocks called the Golden, the Silver and the Bronze Rock. These are extremely high rocks that reach 15 meters. They decline vertically into the sea that is approximately 3m deep . The rocks are an attractive site for those who like cliff jumping.
Crveni Otok is the biggest island in the Rovinarchipelago and there are many other connected islets like St. Andrija and Maškin, where you can see many beautiful beaches. They are mainly stony beaches with classical coves coated with pebbles. The most frequented beaches are the ones located on the south side of St. Andrews Island, near the hotel and the depandance. Here you can use many services like: restaurant, pool, miniature golf courses, diver center and others. A small part of the shore near the little port has been covered with gravel, making it suitable for children and seniors. There are a few high rocks on the west side of St. Andrew’s Island, which offer the possibility to dive into the sea, and it will be easier for you to find your own little corner on this side of the island, avoiding crowds and noise. Maškin Island is popular as a nudist mecca. The most seen beaches are located near the snack bar on the south side of the island. The beaches there are rocky, with a few smaller bays and they provide peace and privacy.
The district of Bale, located near Rovinj,Vodnjan, Kanfanar and Svetvincenat is a preserved area of Istria that has avoided all forms of devastation and today the locals can say with great pride that their home is an area of natural beauty surrounded by natural wealth, untouched nature and rich cultural and architectural heritage. The district of Bale spreads over 81, 65 square kilometres and has a population of 1295 people.
Dvigrad (Twin-town) is an abandoned medieval town in central Istria on the Rovinj – Pazin road in direction of Kanfanar. It is located in the Draga valley. The history of the settlement is prehistoric; it remained inhabited until the 18th century, after the plague the inhabitants left the village and founded a new town, Kanfanar.
The Lim valley (Limska draga or Limska dolina) is the 35 km long valley of the river Pazinčica, which transforms into the Lim bay (Limski zaljev), a 10 kilometer long estuary. Lim Bay got its name from the Latin word limes meaning border because the bay was a natural border between the two Roman provinces. The Croats sometimes call it Limski kanal (Lim Channel), due to its narrow width. The estuary is sometimes called a fjord, even if it is not in fact a fjord but a ria, because it was not carved by a glacier but by the river eroding the ground on its way to the Adriatic Sea, when the sea level was lower.
In 1906 when there was an Austro-Hungarian military base in Barbariga, a 200-meter-long canal was dug from the swamp to the sea. This was done to increase salinity of the marsh water and so prevent the development of mosquito larvae that were the main transmitters of malaria. By connecting the sea and swamp Palud gained its new inhabitants such as grey mullet and eel, fish that are found in areas where seawater mixes with freshwater. Older people of the Rovinj area recall seeing even other species of fish in the swamp that came in search of food. The great variety and number of resident and migratory bird species is surely the most important feature of this unique swamp.
Old Town Rovinj
Rises up on a peninsula and is a witness to times gone by and the valuable accomplishments of its past artisans. The limited space led to the construction of narrow buildings, streets and small town squares.
It was built in the eighteenth century, while its façade 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.
Parenzana, the route of the former railroad has been turned into a real attraction for hikers and bycicle riders. If you walk or cycle at least over a part of its 78 km route, you will be touched by its tunnels, bridges and viaducts, as well as by its fascinating woodlands and picturesque small towns at the top of the hills among whose town walls you can taste some most delicious regional specialties.
Pláž Stari grad – Monte
On the west side of the Old Town Rovinj is situated the Monte beach. Although the beach is about 150 meters long, the locals divided it into several parts. The Big and Small Gugulijera are small beaches, suitable for small children to swim, while Baluota (or Balota) and Lanterna are beaches which adults prefer (you can go into the sea water by climbing down or diving from the rocks). The beaches are rocky, with no natural shade, motor vehicle traffic is forbidden in the Old Town, which means you will have to get to this beach by foot or by bicycle.
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Zábava a noční život
Lidé se zdravotním postižením
Pláže pro psy
Pláž v blízkosti
Pláž Uvala Lone více
The whole Lone Bay is an area that belongs to the protected Zlatni Rt (Golden Cape) park forest . The pebbly beach is located near other smaller rocky beaches. The beach is suitable for children since only few metres from the coastline you can look for some shades. In the vicinity there are two bars and a station where you can rent sport equipmento such as boats, windsurf boards and so on. The center of the town is only 15 minutes away on foot.
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