Rovinj is one of the most developed seaside resorts in Istria, offering a whole range of visitor opportunities in a picturesque ambience of the ancient town.
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Though Rovinj remains an active fishing port today, it wasn't until 1763 that it became part of the mainland. As such, its restricted access resulted in the labyrinth of narrow, cobblestoned streets you see today.
Grožnjan a medieval hilltop town surrounded by terraced olive groves and vineyards that make this place seem more Tuscan than Croatian. Grožnjan is a town of artists, with numerous art galleries offering original souvenirs made from various materials. It is also known for very good olive oil and truffles.