Known as the blue Adriatic pearl, Rovinj is one of the most picturesque cities in this part of the world. While the small town of Rovinj, in Croatia has a population of barely 15,000 people, it’s one of the most developed tourist destinations on the Adriatic, comparable to better-known places on the Italian coast.
It boasts exquisite natural surroundings, historic landmarks, and a cultural heritage that dates back to the Bronze Age. Up till now, though it’s mostly just attracted locals. That’s about to change, as the outside world begins to learn more about this unique destination.
Visitors are slowly discovering Rovinj for its appealing climate, picturesque history, great hospitality, postcard scenery, and adjoining islands. In time, it will become as popular as some of more popular destinations of the Mediterranean. Whether you’re a seasoned traveler, or new to world touring, there are a host of reasons you might want to visit this rare find now.
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