Getting to know Rovinj

Rovinj, the pearl of Istria, offers a revitalising experience through discovering the local culture, enjoying local dishes in some of the finest restaurants, and exploring Mediterranean nature.

A fairytale town on the west coast of Istria, where cobbled streets with picturesque galleries, shops, and restaurants will lead you to the recognisable bell tower of the church of St Euphemia perched on top of a hill in the middle of the peninsula. Rovinj is surrounded by 22 islands and islets. You enter the town in one of the most exclusive marinas on the Adriatic.

The people of Rovinj make their living mostly out of tourism, fishing, agriculture, winemaking and viticulture.

Boasting a rich natural and cultural heritage with beautiful landmarks such as the old town, the Golden Cape Park Forest, protected islands and coastal area, Rovinj has many loyal visitors from all parts of the globe and has developed into a popular tourist destination.

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

Getting to know Rovinj

Top 10 Things to do in Rovinj

  • Climb the Tower of st. Euphemia
  • Take a stroll through the Old town
  • Take a ride along the bike trails of the Golden Cape Park Forest
  • Visit the Batana Museum
  • Visit Monkodonja
  • Go birdwatching in the Palud Ornithological Reserve
  • Dine at the Wine Vault Restaurant
  • Scuba dive to the wreck of the Baron Gautsch
  • Sport fishing
  • Swim and sunbathe on the beach that connects The Red Island and The Island of Maškin

How to get to Rovinj? Do you need help?

Here's how to get to TAMC Congress in Rovinj from all corners of Europe!

No matter where you're coming from, Rovinj is well-connected by road. Here are some routes to consider:
From the North:
Ljubljana - Koper - Kaštel/Plovanija (border crossings) - Rovinj
Villach - Udine - Trieste - Koper - Kaštel/Plovanija (border crossings) - Rovinj
From the West:
Venezia - Trieste - Koper - Kaštel/Plovanija (border crossings) - Rovinj
From the East:
Zagreb - Rijeka - Rovinj

If you prefer flying, Rovinj is well-connected through nearby airports:
Pula Airport (38 km, approx. 40 mins drive) is your closest option.
Looking for more choices? Try these nearby international airports:
- Venice (3 hours drive) - You can also catch a boat ferry to Rovinj during the season.
- Zagreb in Croatia (approx. 3 hours drive)
- Ljubljana in Slovenia (approx. 2 hours 15 mins drive)
- Trieste (approx. 1 hour 40 mins drive)
- Rijeka (approx. 1 hour 45 mins drive)

Rovinj is well connected with ferries traveling the north adriatic. Here's a list of seasonal ferries departing harbors and travel duration:

Get ready to discover the charm of Rovinj, accessible from all corners of Europe!

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Time zone: CET (UTC+1)
Summer: (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code: 51000
Dialling code: +385 (0)51

Population: 14,234

Here is a list of the closest airports to Rovinj:

Area: 80 km²
Density: 178ppl/km²
Air Mediterranean climate:
January 5°C to 9°C
August 22°C to 25°C
Average sea temperature:
June 22°C, July 24°C,
August/September 23°C