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Rovinj, Croatia on the Istrian Peninsula is completely charming, stunningly beautiful, and an absolute gem to visit! The picture-perfect Adriatic seaside town beckons visitors with its alluring cobblestone lanes and stunning shoreline.
The town of Rovinj itself is reason enough to visit, but there are a handful of attractions that are not to be missed. Our list of things to do in Rovinj covers the must-see sights – plus our top travel tips!
Rovinj: Croatia Top Destination
From the moment we arrived in Rovinj, we were completely captivated by the city. It quickly became one of our favorite Croatia destinations.
The Istria Peninsula hangs like a teardrop from Slovenia – and features a long western coast dotted with quaint towns and beautiful nature. Rovinj, Istria is located along that coastline, perched on a small headland in the Adriatic Sea.
While the Rovinj Old Town is a highlight, there are many sights to see in and around the area, as well. In fact, our guide of what to do in Rovinj, Croatia covers the best attractions in the Old Town and the region.
Planning a Trip to Rovinj, Croatia
Visitors planning a Rovinj trip can use our list of Things To Do Rovinj to plan their day-by-day adventures. Additionally, we offer advice about where to stay, how to get there and other travel tips to enhance your trip!
If you are traveling from abroad, then you will also want to read our Guide to Planning a Croatia Vacation.
Our detailed Croatia Itinerary is also helpful for visitors planning their time in the country.
When planning a trip, it is essential to stay organized. Our Travel Planner is a 26-page printable download that will help you stay on top of all your trip details.
Rovinj: FAQs and Travel Tips
Before we jump into our list of the top Rovinj things to do, there are a few frequently asked questions that we want to cover. We offer more tips for traveling to Rovinj – like the best hotels and how to get around – at the end of the article.
Where is Rovinj, Croatia?
We share tips on the best way to get to Rovinj in the last section of this post.
How to Pronounce Rovinj?
Before you go to Rovinj, make sure you are pronouncing it correctly (or as best as possible)!
Although the J at the end can make it look like an intimidating word, it’s not that difficult to say. The simple Rovinj pronunciation is: RO-veen.
What is Rovinj Weather Like?
Rovinj enjoys a Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters. On average, the summer months temps are around 80F, but in August, the temperature can reach 95F + degrees. If you are still deciding when to go to Rovinj, we share the pros and cons of each season later.
Of course, you will want to check the Rovinj forecast before your trip on AccuWeather.
Visit Piran, Slovenia or Rovinj, Croatia?
International travelers that are visiting both Slovenia and Croatia often decide to either visit Piran or Rovinj. We think both towns are absolutely charming and would be hard pressed to choose one over the other.
Read our guide of Things To Do in Piran and decide for yourself…maybe you will be convinced to visit both towns as we did!
What is Rovinj, Croatia History?
Understanding a little about the history of Rovinj will help you better enjoy your time visiting the town.
Old Town Rovinj was originally an island – separated from the mainland by a narrow channel. Occupied since ancient times, Rovinj was conquered by the Romans, then ruled by the Byzantine Empire in the 6th century, followed by the Frankish Empire in the 8th century. The Republic of Venice took control in 1283 and held power until 1797.
Under the Republic of Venice, the island was heavily fortified with two stone walls surrounding it. The defensive structure kept attackers and illness (like the plague) out of the city, which made it quite a desirable place to live. Limited space on the island resulted in narrow streets and stacked housing.
In 1763, the channel was filled in and the island became part of the mainland. After the fall of Venice, Rovinj was shuffled to the Austrian Empire until the end of World War I, when it became part of the Kingdom of Italy. In 1947, Rovinj was included in Yugoslavia and eventually became part of Croatia in 1991.
Because of the intertwining history with Italy, there are strong Italian influences in Rovinj. In fact, it has two official languages: Croatian and Italian. As such, the town is named both Rovinj (Croatian) and Rovigno (Italian) – and most street signs are displayed in both languages, as well.
9 Best Things To Do in Rovinj, Croatia
Rovinj, Croatia holidays can be quiet and serene…or absolutely filled to the brim with activities. This Rovinj travel guide includes everything you need to know to plan your trip – from must-see Rovinj sights to the best places to relax to exploration beyond the Rovinj Old Town.
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#1 Explore Old Town Rovinj, Croatia
The Romantic Rovinj Old Town – a collection of pastel pink and yellow buildings – occupies a small peninsula that protrudes into the teal-blue Adriatic Sea. Twisting cobblestone lanes, polished by millions of footsteps, weave through the dense space and laundry hangs on lines overhead, crisscrossing between windows.
The quaint and attractive Old Town is a must see in Istria, Croatia. Rovinj sightseeing is best done on foot – most of the Rovinj streets in the Old Town are too narrow for cars, so the lanes are pedestrian only footpaths.
Visitors who want local insight can join a guide on a Rovinj Walking Tour (read the reviews of this highly rated tour). Independent travelers can create their own self-guided free walking tour of Rovinj by simply wandering the picturesque streets.
Sightseeing Rovinj: What To See
There are a few Rovinj, Croatia Old Town sights that should not be missed. St. Euphemia Church is a must – and we detail it next on our list of the top Rovinj, Croatia things to do. That said, make sure to check out these sights, as well.
(Map) Once an Old Town Gate, Balbi’s Arch (Balbijev luk) was built in 1678 and leads into the Old Town’s main street.
Rovinj Farmer’s Market
(Map) The local Rovinj market is an interesting place to peruse fresh, in-season produce and other locally produced goods. Top sellers at the market are local olive oil and truffles.
Batana Eco Museum
(Map) A small museum near the pier, Batana Museum is dedicated to the region’s traditional wooden boat (the Batana) and the local fishing culture. Note: There are no explanations in English…and no actual boat on display.
Rovinj Heritage Museum
(Map) The Heritage Museum in Rovinj is a little hit or miss depending on the current exhibits. Swing by while you are visiting Stari Grad Rovinj and see what special exhibitions are currently on display.
#2 Visit the Iconic St. Euphemia Church and Bell Tower
Follow any of the Old Town Rovinj streets uphill and you will eventually arrive at St. Euphemia Church – the highest point in the city. Completed in 1736, the church is dedicated to the patron saint of Rovinj, St. Euphemia, and houses her remains.
We detail the legend of the relics and the bell tower of the Rovinj church in our St. Euphemia Church blog post.
Climb the Rovinj Bell Tower
One of the best things to do in Rovinj, Croatia is to take in the views…and there is no better view than from the top of the church bell tower. After climbing the rickety staircase, visitors are treated to phenomenal 360-degree panoramic views.
#3 Swim in the Adriatic Sea from Rovinj Beaches
The water that surrounds Rovinj is crystal clear. Under a shining sun, swimmers can clearly see several feet deep into the water, past their own toes to schools of fish that swim below. The water is especially salty, which helps to keep swimmers buoyant.
Bobbing in the Adriatic Sea on a hot summer day is one of the top things to do in Rovinj. All of the best beaches in Rovinj can be easily reached on foot or by taxi boat.
Rovinj Old Town Beaches
The beaches around the Rovinj Old Town are located on the southwestern side of the peninsula. The Old Town beaches are rock and concrete, not sand. Swimmers can jump from the rocky edge into the deep, azure sea or use the paved steps and ladders bolted to the rocks to ease into the water.
Our favorite beach in Old Town Rovinj is Plaza Balota, pictured above.
Mulini Beach, Croatia
Mulini Beach is located to the south of the Old Town (just past the marina) in front of 3 highly-rated hotels (more on where to stay in Rovinj at the end of the post).
Both concrete platforms and pebbles make up the stylish beach. Sun loungers and umbrellas are available for rent and there are beach bars and facilities on-site.
Golden Cape Beaches
South of Mulini Beach is the Golden Cape Forest Park (Zlatni Rt). The forested nature retreat has bays and hidden coves that are perfect for swimming.
On the north side of the park’s peninsula is the Paradiso Beach Bar and an aquapark. On the south side is Golden Bay and Zlatni Rt Beach (which is not to be confused with the famous Zlatni Rat Beach on Brac Island).
Porton Biondi Beach
Beach Biondi is north of Rovinj – but still within walking distance of the Old Town. There are a couple beach bars and some trees for shade. However, what makes it one of the best beaches in Rovinj is the excellent view of the pretty Old Town.
Beaches on Islands Near Rovinj, Croatia: St. Katarina
More than 20 islands make up the Rovinj Archipelago – and many of them have stunning beaches.
St. Katarina Island, one of the largest islands in the archipelago, is just a stone’s throw from Rovinj. There are pebble beaches on the east end of the island near the Hotel Katarina (check rates!).
However, the rocks on the northwestern side – which rise nearly 50 feet from the water – are popular with cliff jumpers (but do so at your own risk!). Taxi boats are the best way to access St. Katarina.
#4 Feast on Amazing Croatian Food at Rovinj Restaurants
Even though it’s a small town, there are many restaurants in Rovinj, Croatia. Rovinj food is heavily influenced by Italy…and the sea. Most travelers will have no problem finding places to eat out (as long as they like Italian fare and seafood!).
Almost all Rovinj restaurants offer pastas, pizzas and seafood. Whole grilled fish, truffle pasta (my favorite!) and pizza with prosciutto are some of the regional specialties.
Best Restaurants in Rovinj, Croatia
Of the many places to eat in Rovinj, there is something to satisfy everyone; from posh eateries to family-run konobas and fast food kiosks.
Fine Dining in Rovinj
For a romantic dinner, La Puntulina in Rovinj is a top pick! The restaurant overlooks the Adriatic Sea and features fresh seafood, savory steaks and an extensive wine list. Listed as a Michelin Guide recommended Rovinj restaurant, La Puntulina is often touted as the best restaurant in Rovinj.
Two other top-rated upscale eateries are Monte (in the heart of the Old Town) and Wine Vault at Hotel Monte Mulini.
Rather than indulge in fine dining, however, we couldn’t resist the tempting pizzas. During our extended stay, anytime we started a conversation about where to eat in Rovinj, Croatia, we ended up at a pizzeria.
To be honest, we ate an embarrassing amount of pizza in the city…but it’s okay, because pizza is one of the best things to eat in Rovinj!
Our favorite pizza restaurant in Rovinj is the slightly inconspicuous (but nearly always crowded!) Pizzeria Da Sergio (Read Reviews!).
Other pizza restaurants in Rovinj that we can recommend are Pian del Forno, Adria and Pizzeria San Giocomo.
Pro Tip: Looking for Rovinj nightlife? While the Old Town has heaps of sea view bars that are ideal for a drink at sunset, the best nightclub in the city is Steel.
#5 Sample Croatian Wine in Rovinj
Istria has long been known as one of the best wine regions in Croatia. In Rovinj, visitors can sample locally produced wine at shops, wine bars and restaurants.
That said, we think one of the most fun Rovinj activities is sampling wine straight from the source…and there are wineries just a short distance from the Old Town where travelers can get a taste of the local product.
Rovinj Wine Tasting Tour
Wine aficionados can join a guided tour of three wineries near Rovinj. The full day tour includes multiple tastings, olive oil tastings and a classic Istrian meal. Get the details and book your spot!
Alternatively, travelers who want to venture out on their own – even without a car – can find a couple of wineries and wine tasting rooms in Rovinj. Follow in our footsteps and find nearby wineries on our Self Guided Rovinj Wine Walk.
#6 Rent a Bike in Rovinj and Hit the Trails
The Istrian landscape is undeniably beautiful. One of the best – and most active! – ways to see it is on two wheels! With an entire network of intertwining trails, cycling in Rovinj is one of the best ways to explore beyond the Old Town. Read more about cycling adventures in our blog post, Hiking and Biking in Rovinj.
North of Rovinj Stari Grad, there are paths that weave through forests and vineyards, past ancient structures and lead to nearby villages.
South of the city, there are walking and biking paths at Zlatni Rt Forest Park. The shaded paths lead to quiet beach coves. Active travelers can also find the Punta Corrente Park challenge course.
Renting a Bike in Rovinj
There are several Rovinj bike rental companies where visitors can rent a bike for a couple of hours or a couple of days.
We opted for cheap bike rentals in Rovinj so that we could go on a bike ride through the countryside for just a few hours. However, there are mountain bikes and ebikes available for rent, too.
#7 Watch a Sensational Sunset in Rovinj, Croatia
We have witnessed incredible sunsets around the world, but few have been as impressive as the sunsets in Rovinj. Each night, the sky simply glowed! Use our guide for the Best Places to Watch Sunsets in Rovinj.
There are numerous places to watch the sunset near the Old Town – from atop the hill, down by the beach, along the pier – and each spot provided a unique vantage point and impressive view.
#8 Set Sail on Rovinj Boat Trips
Hop on a boat for a day at sea! Boat trips from Rovinj are a fantastic way to see more of the coastline and region. Boat operators offer a range of tour options – from a couple hours aboard to all day adventures.
We enjoyed a leisurely afternoon aboard the Delfin; look for their booth by the pier south of the Old Town. Additionally, the following boat trips come highly recommended by fellow travelers.
Lim Fjord Boat Trip
One of the most popular boat tours in Rovinj is a 7-hour cruise that features stunning scenery and two swimming stops. The journey navigates to the Lim Channel Fjord and around nearby Rovinj islands. Guests are treated to an included breakfast and lunch with unlimited drinks. Read the Rave Reviews!
Rovinj Boat Tours To Venice, Italy
Did you know there are day trips from Rovinj to Venice? Depart from Rovinj and spend 3 hours crossing the Adriatic Sea to Venice, Italy on a one-day trip.
Boats depart early in the morning and dock in Venice around 11:00am. Day trip visitors have about 6 hours to explore the fascinating city on their own before cruising back to Rovinj in time for dinner.
Top Tip: This journey can be booked as a full day trip or as a one-way ticket if Italy is the next stop on your travel itinerary. Get all the details!
Sunset Cruise with Swimming and Dolphin Spotting
Hop aboard a sunset cruise and keep your eye on the horizon for dolphins! This highly-rated cruise sails around the Rovinj archipelago and allows time for swimming in the Adriatic Sea. Snacks and drinks included! Find out more!
Active travelers can explore the Adriatic Sea by kayak. Single and double kayaks can be rented for self-exploration or with a tour guide. Kayakers can paddle to nearby islands, like St. Katarina, or along the coastline all the way to the Lim Fjord.
Alternatively, join a kayak sunset tour for an exceptional experience! Learn more here!
Take a half-day boat trip and go snorkeling in Rovinj! Popular snorkel trips stop at two islands: St. Andrew’s Island (also known as Red Island) and either Pisulj or Sestrice. Each stop lasts for two hours, allowing for plenty of time to go swimming, snorkeling and exploring! Book your Spot!
Brijuni National Park
The Brijuni Islands are just off the coast of the Istrian Peninsula near Pula, which is south of Rovinj. Boat trips take visitors to the iconic offshore islands, which were once owned by Yugoslavian President Tito (and used it for his collection of exotic animals).
#9 Discover More of the Istria Region on Day Trips from Rovinj
Excursions from Rovinj are not only by sea; there are many options for fantastic Rovinj day trips on land, too!
Istria is diverse and the landscape is stunning. The best day trips from Rovinj are to historic coastal towns, lovely hilltop villages and gastronomy adventures.
Top Tip: Both organized and DIY Rovinj day tours are options. While the local buses are fantastic for getting between major Istrian cities – like Rovinj to Pula – they are not as useful for getting to the hilltop towns. Visitors who drive to Rovinj – or rent a car for more than one day – should be aware that parking in Rovinj is very limited and expensive in the summertime.
Best of Istria Day Trip
Combine all of the Istrian highlights into a full day tour from Rovinj! We had a private car and driver for our Istria day trip, but travelers can devise their own day trip or join one of the organized Istria tours (Get Tour Specifics!)
Highlights of an Istria Day Trip itinerary are tasting local truffles (we included a truffle hunting in Paladini at Karlic Tartufi), brandy tasting (we stopped in Buzet), sightseeing the famous hilltop town of Motovun and visiting the seaside town of Porec, home to the UNESCO-listed Euphrasian Basilica.
Day Trips to Croatian Seaside Towns
While a full day tour of Istrian sights is a fun Rovinj day trip, it can also be a really long day, with relatively short stops. Instead, visitors can plan their own, more leisurely day trip adventures to nearby coastal cities of Porec, Pula, Vrsar and Umag.
In fact, Porec and Pula are the two most popular coastal destinations for day trips from Rovinj. Both cities can easily be reached by bus from Rovinj, making it easy for travelers without a car to explore the top Istria day trip destinations.
Day Trip from Rovinj to Pula
Pula is the busy port city of Istria – but the Old Town has numerous Roman ruins and ancient architecture, too. The 1st century Arena is a highlight of any trip to Pula, but there are many other attractions to see.
Getting to Pula from Rovinj is easy by public bus. There are numerous departures daily and the ride is about a 40 minute drive from Rovinj – leaving plenty of time to explore Pula. Get all the details of what to see in our guide of Things To Do in Pula.
Use this link to Google Maps for an online map of Rovinj. Visitors can pick up a Rovinj tourist map from the Tourist Information Center.
Top Rovinj Travel Tips
Now that you know what to see and do in Rovinj, Croatia, we have a few more tips that will help you plan your trip.
Accommodations in Rovinj, Croatia
There are numerous choices when it comes to places to stay in Rovinj, Croatia. The types of accommodation in Rovinj range from luxury resorts to campsites. When deciding where to stay in Rovinj, guests need to consider location, amenities and budget.
We think the best place to stay in Rovinj is in the Old Town – and there are centrally located accommodations right in the heart of Rovinj Town. It can, however, be noisy in the Old Town at night (and wooden shutters do little to block the sound). Some of the top-rated hotels and a slew of holiday rentals are available outside the Old Town, too.
Rovinj, Croatia Hotels
There are top-rated hotels in Rovinj in the Old Town and on the beach. For summertime travel, it’s ideal to book Rovinj, Croatia hotels in advance…as hotels do book up completely!
Old Town Rovinj Hotels
Looking for a hotel in Rovinj Old Town? We are featuring a few of the highly-rated old town hotels in Rovinj that you may want to book for your trip.
The Melegran: A 4 start hotel in the very heart of Rovinj, The Melegran stands out for the exceptional service and hip, retro design. Check rates!
Hotel Adriatic: A luxury boutique hotel in the center of the Old Town, Rovinj Hotel Adriatic for the modern decor and hearty breakfast. Check availability!
Hotel Casa Garzotto: A historic hotel with character and style, Hotel Casa Garzotto also offers a buffet breakfast and free bicycle rentals. Book it here!
Spirito Santa Palazzo Storico Hotel: An elegant property that retains historic aspects of the building, Spirito Santa Palazzo Storico gets rave reviews for the charming ambiance and comfortable rooms. Book it now!
Rovinj Beach Hotels
Is a beach holiday more your style? Read reviews and check rates of the top beach hotels in Rovinj.
Hotel Eden Rovinj: The Eden Hotel overlooks the beach and bay near Golden Cape Park. It has both indoor and outdoor pools and free beach chairs and umbrellas for guests. The property features an on-site spa and included breakfast. Check rates!
Grand Park Hotel Rovinj: Situated at Mulini Beach, the 5-Star Grand Park Hotel earns rave reviews from travelers. Modern and elegant, the hotel has an on-site pool, spa and a private marina. Check Rates!
Hotel Amarin Rovinj: The beachfront Family Amarin Hotel is located north of Rovinj. All meals are included and the resort complex features 4 pools and a spa. Check rates!
Hotel Lone Rovinj: A 15 minute walk from the historic old town, Hotel Lone offers guests a beachside retreat. Guests particularly like the included breakfast, spacious rooms and amazing terrace. Book it here!
Hostels in Rovinj, Croatia
There are far fewer Rovinj hostels than hotels and apartments. To be fair, the last time we checked for Rovinj hostels, we couldn’t find a single one. Guests traveling to Rovinj on a budget should look for an affordable vacation rental.
Rovinj Holiday Apartments
There are many (many, many) holiday apartments for rent in Rovinj. During our stay, we rented an adorable apartment in Old Town Rovinj that we found on Airbnb. The apartment had a small kitchen and living space with a separate bedroom and shutters that opened onto an idyllic cobblestone lane. We absolutely loved the location!
We often choose to stay in apartments rather than hotels, as they usually have more space and a kitchen (and the cost of eating out in Rovinj can really add up!). There are many places to find rentals – including Airbnb and Booking.com.
Camping in Rovinj
Visitors who want to go camping in Rovinj have a few options, mostly on the outskirts of town. Amarin Campsite and Polari Campsite are two options. Camping Vestar Rovinj offers on-site mobile home rentals, too.
How To Get to Rovinj, Croatia
Getting to Rovinj takes a little effort – but is completely worth it! Travelers typically arrive by their own car, or take a boat or bus.
Fly to Rovinj
There is no Rovinj airport. The nearest airport to Rovinj is in Pula, which is about a 40-minute drive from Rovinj. Flights are seasonal, but in the summertime several airlines service the Pula airport (PUY) from major European destinations (like London, Frankfurt and Amsterdam).
Bus to Rovinj
There are numerous bus routes from Croatia destinations to Rovinj – but not many are direct.
That said, the Rovinj bus station is located just outside the Old Town. When we use public buses in Croatia, we check for routes on Bus Croatia.
Ferries to Rovinj
Just like flights, ferry service to Rovinj is also seasonal – and quite limited even in the summertime.
There are 4 ferry companies that run routes to Rovinj from destinations in Italy (Venice, Trieste and Cesenatico), Slovenia (Piran) and Croatia (Mali Losinj). You can check Rovinj ferry schedules here.
How To Get around Rovinj
The best way to get around Rovinj Old Town and to nearby beaches is on your own two feet!
That said, with a car rental, visitors will have the ability to explore much more of the Istria region. Just be aware that many towns in Istria are pedestrian only (just like Rovinj). Parking lots are typically found on the outskirts of the towns and most require a fee (which can sometimes be quite pricey!).
When To Go to Rovinj
Rovinj, Croatia is an extremely season destination – and there are pros and cons to visiting in every season.
Summer in Rovinj
Summertime is the high season in Rovinj. The hot weather is ideal for long days on the beaches and everything – restaurants, bars, shops and tours – are open for summer visitors.
That said, the high-season prices for accommodations can easily double – and often triple – of off-season pricing. Furthermore, by mid-day, it is often too hot for sightseeing and crowds can be thick in the summer season.
Spring and Autumn
The spring and autumn mark the shoulder season for Rovinj. While some shops and restaurants are closed, the weather is typically cooler (but usually warm enough to still spend time on the beach) and there are fewer fellow tourists.
Prices for hotels and restaurants may be lower, but as the shoulder season becomes a more popular time to visit, some places don’t lower prices until the off season.
Visiting Rovinj in the wintertime during the off season isn’t for everyone. The town is quiet with very few tourists and only a few cafes, restaurants and bars open.
However, the sun still shines during the winter months in Rovinj and prices are rock bottom.
What to Pack for Your Trip to Rovinj, Croatia
Now that we have covered the essentials – what to do, where to stay and how to Rovinj – we have a few final tips about what you will need to pack!
Rovinj Beach Necessities
In addition to your swimsuit, be sure to pack sunscreen (it can be really expensive in Croatia…especially on the seaside!). It’s also a good idea to bring a wide-brimmed travel hat to keep the sun off your face and polarized sunglasses.
Water shoes are recommended for most of the beaches in Croatia; not only are the pebbles uncomfortable to walk on, but much of the coastal water is home to spiky sea urchins!
Walking the stone lanes in Rovinj requires a good pair of travel shoes! Make sure to pack shoes that have a good sole and are comfortable for walking. I wear versatile sneakers on our trips and Kris wears Merrell trail shoes.
Of course, you will want to pack a pair of flip flops for the beach, too!
Travel Camera for Rovinj Photography
Capture the beauty of Croatia with an actual camera (instead of just your phone). We use a Canon Rebel with an 18-135mm lens, which takes incredible photos. Travelers who want a slimmer and lighter camera might want to invest in a Canon Powershot, which is a great budget camera we also use when city sightseeing.
And, of course, keep your phone and small camera safe and dry with a Sea To Summit waterproof pouch!
Day Pack for Rovinj
You will also want to pack a great day bag for your Rovinj trip. Whether just going to the beach or setting off on all day excursions, you need a place to stow your wallet, keys, camera, sunscreen and all your everyday travel essentials!
Travel Insurance for your Trip to Croatia
We think travel insurance is essential for every trip! Not only can trip insurance cover flight delays and lost baggage, but it can also cover injuries and illnesses abroad. Find affordable rates and coverage check the policies offered at World Nomads.
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