Located in the heart of the old town, in a centuries old building, the apartment was renovated in 2004 and has been kept in superb condition ever since. The apartment is beautifully appointed with very stylish décor - exclusive furniture, paintings by Istrian artists, dark wooden floors and Persian rugs, ornate lamps, traditional stone walls, wrought iron gallery and spiral staircase and high ceiling with dark wood beams. The apartment also has its own sizeable outdoor terrace and there are splendid sea views from the apartment’s windows.
The apartment is tastefully decorated throughout; it has a spacious open plan living-dining room area and a modern bathroom. It has a king-size bed in the main bedroom on the mezzanine level, and a double sofa bed downstairs in the living room area. It is fitted with air conditioning and heating systems. From the windows there are views of the harbour, St. Catherine’s Island and the Old Town itself. From the apartment, you can walk to everything from, including to the towns many wonderful restaurants, cafes, pizzerias, bars, shops, the harbour, bus station, and the beaches and ferry terminal.
Internet: Free wireless access is available throughout the apartment (from rovinj free network) or VIP wireless can be purchased in the local internet cafe VIP on Carera Street - just one minute walk away.
Activities – type of holiday
Strolling the winding cobblestone streets and lanes and enjoying a glass of wine at one of the outdoor cafes are the favourite pastimes here.
There are many different ways of passing the time: choose a traditional lunch at a local restaurant, horse ride through the nearby woods, have a fisherman's picnic or dance the night away after having sampled a glass of Istrian wine!
For the more active Rovinj offers tennis, water sports, bike rentals, hill walking, hill climbing, yacht hire, horse-riding or sailing (on one of the pre-arranged expeditions or hiring a boat yacht is possible).
Wine tasting - you can discover these wines by touring the ‘Wine Roads of Istria’ – pick up information from the local tourist office in Rovinj or any town.
Inland Istria: The mountains of Cicarija and Ucka form the region’s most northern boundary, a haven for hikers, climbers, cavers and paragliders, and a popular destination for extreme sports fans. The east coast remains rugged with forest reaching right down to the rocky coastline giving views out onto the islands of the Kvarner Bay.
The Old Town of Rovinj, known as the pearl of Istria, is a delightful, waterfront town with a historic centre that has Venetian-style piazzas, and charming cafes, galleries and shops. Strolling the winding cobblestone streets and lanes and enjoying a glass of wine at one of the outdoor cafes are the favourite pastimes here.