Rovinj – Villas Rubin gets a makeover

Rovinj – Villas Rubin gets a makeover
The tourist resort Villas Rubin in Rovinj will soon receive guests into its newly redecorated accommodation capacities. The refurbishment of 131 apartments, located in small Istrian style houses is taking place at the moment. This tourist resort is built in the shape of an Istrian coastal town, with a string of squares and small streets that carry names of Istrian toponyms and was opened way back in 1969.

Together with the neighbouring camp Polari, it can accommodate up to 9000 guests. The resort has its loyal audience, especially among families and recreation lovers. Every house with one or two apartments in Villas Rubin, has a back yard and a parking space. The resort has rocky and pebbly beaches, several pools and numerous sport courts which have been constructed in perfect harmony with the surrounding nature. Villas Rubin contains everything that is necessary for a carefree summer vacation. The lawns, the olive trees, the shade of the pine trees and the beautiful beaches offer an idyllic atmosphere, while the accommodation units and numerous contents of the resort ensure comfort and diversity for the whole experience.

The resort is located 3 km from the centre of Rovinj by road, and 7 km if you chose to go along the coast, through the sports and recreation zone Cuvi.

Rovinj is located on the west coast of Istria, and together with Poreč is the strongest tourism centre of Istria and one of the strongest on the Adriatic. It is a beautiful town with a turbulent past with an especially beautiful old town core located on the peninsula. Speaking of the richness of the culturally-historical monuments of Rovinj is the fact that it was proclaimed a monument of culture in 1963.

The church of St. Eufeija is the most striking building which dominates the whole old town core. It was built at the beginning of the 18th century and in the middle of the last century and the new front was constructed in the Baroque-Venetian style. The bell tower of St. Eufemija is 60 m high and decorated with a copper statue of the saint, which is pushed around by the power of the winds.

There are 22 islets in the Rovinj archipelago, from which St. Andrija and St. Katarina are the largest and the most beautiful. Interesting sites in the vicinity of Rovinj are the sea and the sea bed of Lim canal, park forest Punta Corrente, Palud swamp, Romuald`s cave on the south side of Lim canal and the quarry Cave di Monfiorenzo, as a kind of geological `monument of nature`.

The Tourist Board of Istria County

ThE Tourist Board of Rovinj


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