Amarin Studio and Apartments

Monsena bb, Rovinj, 52210, Croatia

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    Looks can be deceiving...

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    "Amarin" doesn't look that fancy in real life as in their online presentation. It's quite far from the old town of Rovinj, the beach is quite strange and the working staff not too helpful. Some apartments are renovated and really lovely, but most of them aren't. Plus, we haven't even seen the maid once in our 5 days there.

    Unique Quality: Great views of Rovinj's old town, and charming sunsets. A dissatisfying feature are the ants, who show up from nowhere.

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Ferry services in May

by Janescot

Hello - am spending a week in Rovinj in the middle of May next year, Are there any ferries that run from Rovinj to Pula and Porec.Are there any private boats that go back and forward or is May too early. Is the bus maybe better. Have tried google but only Rovinj to Venice comes up. Thanks a lot if anyone can help or suggest a good web site

Re: Ferry services in May

by picek

Hi,
Pula and Porec, both are close to Rovinj. You have good conncetion by buses, the timetable is on this site:
http://www.tzgrovinj.hr/HRV/info/autobusi.asp

I don't think there are ferries on that short distances especially because both Porec and Pula are connected by good road.
Tourist boats may ply between those places, but that's different then. For less hassle, just take the bus and you can decide whatever you like to do within your available time and desire.
May is low season, not crowded then yet.

For other information check the entire above mentioned site of Tourism Union of Rovinj.

Hope this helps,
v.

Re: Ferry services in May

by Janescot

Thank you for the reply and the web link that's really helpful. Also nice to know that May shouldn't be too busy. Where would I buy a bus ticket from and can you buy return tickets. I iamgine its like italy and you can't buy them on the bus? Thanks again

Re: Ferry services in May

by picek

Common practice is that you will buy ticket at the counter by bus station. Return tickets too. But you can also buy it directly on the bus (from driver or conductor) in most cases. I think the price is not any different than buying from ticket counter.

Have a nice trip!

Re: Ferry services in May

by JanesWorld

It is possible to go by boat between these towns but the bus is far easier, maybe 40 minutes. Take a trip to the Lim canal from Rovinj if you fancy a boat ride.

Travel Tips for Rovinj

Operatic meets Psychotic - Seagulls of Rovinj

by Ekaterinburg

An enduring memory of Rovinj for me would have to be its seagulls. Physically huge and incredibly voluble they are a constant backdrop to any visit here. Every bollard along the harbour has a proprietorial seagull perched on it and every boat has several perched on the prow. They fly in swarms after the fishing boats and parade petulantly along the parts of the harbour where tourists sit and eat. Looking down from your chair you will be fixed witha beady eye and a quivering beak. 'Feed me' that eye says, and gobbles up whatever you give him in an instant swallow. They are so tame they will practically eat out of your hand but watch your hands as those beaks are as sharp as Stanley knives. it seems strange to be entertained by seagulls but one morning on the main square we witnessed a territorial row on a scale with War of the Worlds. Some pigeons were daring to peck around a seagull's patch and the antics he got up to to scare them off were hilarious. The flapping of wings and chasing off was par for the course but you never heard vocals like this. An operetta in three acts, written and performed by Mr seagull! Their vocal range of screeches and screams is truly amazing and I seriously wonder if they're having sneaky lessons at the Scoula di Musica mentioned in the next tip.

Scuola or School - same difference !

by Ekaterinburg

I came upon the Scuola di Musica entirely by accident. Having struggled up Ulica de Amicis to visit the Franciscan Monastery( which was closed), I sat on the steps to rest and found myself surrounded by the sound of music. Not a hallucination caused by oxygen deprivation but a choir of girls performing just across the way in the Scuola di Musica. They were singing either trendy hymns or some sort of folksongs but whatever the subject the result was absolutely delightful. I wasn't the only one gatecrashing this performance and the two children you see in the photo were hanging onto the windowsill for dear life. At the end all the kids outside clapped loudly and it was very easy to romanticise this whole evidence of what seemed to be idyllic school days. When you get to my advanced age you tend to get nostalgic about these things. As I left though, I noticed a coat of fresh white paint covering something underneath but regrettably another coat of paint was needed. At the very bottom, in bright blue, someone had written something VERY rude. School ( or even Scool) it seems, inspires the same sentiments from its pupils everywhere........ even in beautiful Rovinj. I should point out here that my favourite memory is of the impromptu concert that I was treated to and not the graffiti. It was funny though !

The Beach resorts of Rovinj

by croisbeauty

More then 25 km long coastline offers numerous beach resorts, also, there are more than 20 small island and islets what makes Rovinj a beach paradise.
Since it is touristic centre, there is no industry situated in or in the town's surroundings, therefore the sea-water is very clean and you can swim all around the place.

More sea !

by JLBG

But the sea is stubborn and remains hidden behind each house. Soon, there is another glimpse, this time through a porch. This is to remind that the sea is the lung of the town and that without the sea, Rovinj would not exist !

The Location...

by coceng

Just a map of Croatia so that you know where Rovinj is situated.
It is situated on the West-coast of Kvarner Peninsula.
Together with Pula & Porec, it's one of the most beautiful & the most visited for its medieval streets & the sea.

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Address: Monsena bb, Rovinj, 52210, Croatia