Lovely town on the Istrian coast with plenty of shops, bars and restaurants, as well as a small yet thriving market. The old town is a must to see with steep and narrow cobbled streets leading to the hill overlooking the town and harbor and surmounted by a church and clock tower. If you are not afraid of heights and can manage the rickety steps you will not be disappointed by the view from the top of the b ell tower.
Rovinj is very colorful and charming and the streets are packed with tiny little stores that sell stuff for tourists.The streets become more quiet as you climb up the hill. The old town is absolutely amazing, very Italian, with lots of great food to taste, and the beaches are tiny and very rocky. Rovinj has many restaurants and bars to choose from. People are nice and polite so you'll feel comfortable wherever you go or sit. Ideal for a family with small children.
Beautiful old town with lots of alleyways to explore, nice shops and plenty of history to investigate. A different view every few steps that you take and a photographers heaven.
full of surprises
Rovinj is a charming town, there are many atelier and little restaurants dotted around some with beautiful views of the sea. The beaches are very rocky so many people are wearing shoes, crocs, or flipflops in the water. The old town is beautiful, but watch your ankles!
We were staying in a top floor apartment in the old town, the view was spectacular, the stairs to get there also.... The atmosphere was lovely, especially at night.