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Rovinj town, Croatia



In northwest Croatia, on the Istrian peninsula, the Venetian-era seaside town of Rovinj is made up of pastel-colored houses ringing a pretty fishing harbor, and presided over by a hilltop church with an elegant bell tower.


Croatia's Top Attractions: Town of Rovinj, northwest Croatia
Besides the nearby pebble beaches, the main tourist attraction is the Batana Eco-Museum on the seafront, which tells the story of the batana, a type of wooden boat used by local fishermen.

There are also plenty of smart hotels, up-market seafood restaurants, and art galleries.

The locals speak a dialect, which mixes both the Croatian and Italian languages. 
The nearest airport is in Pula