The festival will take place in the Istrian town of Rovinj, which is attractive not only because of the crystal-clear sea, but also because of its rich cultural heritage, traditional Mediterranean cuisine, mild climate and natural beauty.
Due to its interesting sights such as the Aquarium, the open-air gallery Mini Croatia, exhibitions of children’s art on Mini Grisija etc. the city is known as a family-friendly city.
Rovinj is located on the west coast of the Istrian peninsula and is a city with a unique old town, interwoven with picturesque streets leading to famous small markets.
It is a city with just over 14,000 inhabitants, a Mediterranean climate, and rich history. It is the third sunniest place and the place with the fewest clouds on the Adriatic.
It is known as the most romantic place in the Mediterranean, as the old town center with its famous narrow houses and streets gives it a special stamp.
Tourism in Rovinj (sights and activities)
Rovinj is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Croatia. Since 1963, the city center has been declared a cultural monument due to its uniqueness. The town’s distinctive features are its two town centers and its distinctive chimneys.
The town offers a wide range of activities, from diving and sailing to rock climbing. A walk or a bike ride through the beautiful landscape will inspire you every time.
Resort Amarin and Family Hotel Amarin
Family Hotel Amarin with 280 rooms is located on a green peninsula, 4 km from the old town of Rovinj and only 50 meters from the sea.
Due to the complex of swimming pools, wellness and spa, restaurants, and playgrounds, the hotel is especially attractive for families with children. Resort Amarin is surrounded by lush vegetation and a coast with a turquoise sea, which ensures relaxation of body and soul.