Rovinj

Rovinj

Rovinj liegt an der Westküste Istriens, der größten Halbinsel an der Adria, eine Autostunde von Triest, 2,5 Stunden von Zagreb und 6 Stunden von München entfernt.
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Rovinj liegt an der Westküste Istriens, der größten Halbinsel an der Adria, eine Autostunde von Triest, 2,5 Stunden von Zagreb und 6 Stunden von München entfernt.

Die Leute in Rovinj verdienen ihren Lebensunterhalt meist mit Tourismus, Fischerei, Landwirtschaft, Weinbau und Weinproduktion.

Mit seinem reichen Natur- und Kulturerbe mit schönen Sehenswürdigkeiten wie der Altstadt, dem Waldpark Goldenes Kap, geschützten Inseln und Küstenbereichen hat Rovinj viele treue Besucher aus allen Teilen der Welt und hat sich zu einem beliebten Reiseziel entwickelt.

Ein angenehmes Klima und eine breite Palette an Sportmöglichkeiten machen Rovinj zum idealen Austragungsort für Wettkämpfe und Turniere sowie ganzjährigem Standort für Sportschulen und Trainingscamps für Profi-Athleten.

Die Gäste genießen ein reichhaltiges Sommer-Eventprogramm mit Veranstaltungen wie: Fototage Rovinj, Summer Salsa Festival, Kultfest, Lugger Regatta sowie traditionelle Feste wie die Rovinjer Nacht und das Fest der Hl. Euphemia, der Schutzheiligen der Stadt Rovinj.

Die durchschnittliche Jahrestemperatur in Rovinj liegt bei 13,5 °C, mit 766,8 mm Niederschlag. Das Klima ist warm und halbtrocken, mit mehr als vier Monaten im Jahr ohne Wind. Solch ein mildes Mikroklima ist nur charakteristisch für Mali Lošinj und die Brioni-Inseln.

Es gibt 134 Sonnentage im Jahr, die Rovinj zum drittsonnigsten Platz an der Adria machen. Gleichzeitig ist es der am wenigsten bewölkte Ort.

The average yearly temperature in Rovinj is 13.5°C, with 766.8 mm of rainfall. The climate is warm and semi-dry, with more than four months a year without wind. The total of 134 sunny days in a year make Rovinj the third sunniest spot in the Adriatic.  At the same time, it is the least cloudy place.

The Rovinj Tourist Information Office is located just off the main square at the harbor. It has brochures, maps, and information on accommodation and the town.

 

Rovinj is situated on the western coast of Istria, the largest peninsula on the Adriatic coastline, a 1 h drive from Trieste, 2.5 hours from Zagreb and 6 hours from Munich.

Rovinj is just half an hour or 16km (25 miles) north of Pula and linked by well-marked roads if you are traveling by car. There is frequent bus service to and from Pula; service to and from Croatian cities that range from Osijek to Dubrovnik; and international service to select cities in Italy, Germany, and Slovenia.

The main post office can be found at M. Benussi bb.

BANCO POPOLARE CROATIA d.d.  (Obala A. Rismonda 9)    
ERSTE & STEIERMAERKISCHE BANK d. d.     (Trg maršala Tita 7)
SOCIETE GENERALE -  SPLITSKA BANKA d.d.     (Trg na mostu 2)
HYPO ALPE-ADRIA BANK d.d. Rovinj     (Nello Quarantotto bb)        
ISTARSKA KREDITNA BANKA UMAG d.d.     (Stjepana Radića 9)    
OTP BANKA d.d.     (Aldo Negri 2; Obala palih boraca bb; Stjepana Radića bb)    
PRIVREDNA BANKA ZAGREB  d.d.     (Nello Quarantotto 48; A. Rismondo 9)    
RAIFFEISEN BANK AUSTRIA d.d.     (Trg brodogradilišta bb)
ZAGREBAČKA BANKA d.d.     (Carera 21)

Historische Monumenten und Sehenswertes in Rovinj:

  • Kirche der Hl. Euphemia
  • Barocker Balbi-Bogen
  • Aussichtsturm mit dem San-Marco-Löwen
  • Kirche des Hl. Thomas
  • Heilig-Kreuz-Kirche
  • Kapelle der Hl. Dreifaltigkeit
  • Franziskanerkloster
  • Stadtmuseum Rovinj
  • Ökomuseum Batana-Haus
  • Aquarium Rovinj (Ruđer Bošković Institut)
  • Waldpark Zlatni rt (Goldenes Kap)
  • Ornithologisches Reservat Palud
  • Sv. Andrija (Insel Hl. Andreas)
 

A pleasant climate and a wide array of sports facilities make Rovinj an ideal venue for competitions, tournaments, sports schools and training camps for professional athletes all year round.

The guests can participate in plenty of summer events such as: Rovinj Photodays, Summer Salsa Festival, Kultfest, Lugger Regatta; as well as traditional festivities such as: Rovinjs Night and the Feast of St. Euphemia, the patron saint of Rovinj.

Istria – an enchanting Mediterranean peninsula surrounded by the clear blue sea - offers numerous cultural, historical and natural sights and unforgettable views from hilly villages, and hides a wealth of tradition and taste.

Istrian cuisine is a true reflection of historical and geographical characteristics of the peninsula and the result of a mixture of different traditions with dishes based on wild plants, aromatic herbs, seasonal vegetables, seafood and olive oil.

An invitation to explore and taste values of this blue and green refuge lies in the smile of the Istrian host, in the products of his hard-working hands, in the nature which seduces with its beauty and in the lively past that emerges from the rocks and lumps of earth. Once you're here, horizons are expanding, senses are deepening, tension is gone, harmony is restored, and new experiences and friendships become permanent.

Istrian people have always been devoted to the wine grape cult; wine is a sacred thing here, the necessity and love, the art of living. The most famous wine is Istrian malmsey, with a refined aroma and fresh taste that complements the dishes made from seafood.

Black wines teran and refošk are old and autochthonous Istrian wines. With their dark ruby colour, lively fruit aromas and intense taste they perfectly blend with meat dishes. Many connoisseurs of Istrian wines point out Muscat wine because of its golden colour, scent of wild carnations and extraordinary aroma.  

The IQ (Istrian Quality) designation on Malvasia wine is intended for identifying high-quality products made from Istrian Malvasia grapes.