Azure waters, pine forests and cobbled streets are all characteristics of the charming seaside town of Rovinj. Situated on a picturesque peninsula, Rovinj remains a customary Mediterranean fishing port while attracting a cosmopolitan crowd and ideal location for a perfect creative holiday.

An abundance of chic al fresco cafes and restaurants sit alongside vibrantly coloured houses and traditional squares. Get lost in Rovinj’s old town filled with galleries and artisan shops, climb the network of cobbled streets towards the Baroque church of St. Euphemia or catch a ferry to explore Rovinj’s network of islands.

There are numerous tavernas that all serve traditional  Istrian dishes, seafood specialities with local produce and wine – see Food and Wine for more information.