Apartments Cvek

All accommodation units at Apartments Cvek have a fully equipped kitchen, with a refrigerator, cooking utensils and coffee machine. Satellite TV and air conditioning are available in all apartments. Guests relax in the garden, where a children’s swimming pool and playground are provided is guaranted.Free Wi-Fi is available in the entire property. At the own Istrian tavern local wines are served. Barbecue facilities are at guests' disposal there. Ideal place for a family with children. Situated in the peaceful quarter of Lamanova, this house offers Superior studios, Family and Delux apartments with private balconies with views. The Old Town of Rovinj is a few minutes’ walking distance, while the beach can be reached in a 15-minute walk. Guests can relax in the garden, where a children’s swimming pool and playground are provided. Free Wi-Fi is available in the entire property.Barbecue facilities are at guests' disposal. Spacious apartments with two bedrooms, 2 balconies, large living room with leather corner seating garniture for relaxation, air conditioning, fully equipped kitchen, dining area, free internet and covered indoor parking. Apartment Facilities: Balcony, Garden View, Pool View, Telephone, Satellite Channels, Flat-screen TV, Safety Deposit Box, Air Conditioning, Desk, Ironing Facilities, Seating Area, Extra Long Beds (> 2 metres), Heating, Private Entrance, Sofa, Wardrobe/Closet, Shower, Hairdryer, Free toiletries, Toilet, Bathroom, Tea/Coffee Maker, Refrigerator, Microwave, Kitchen, Dining Area, Electric Kettle, Kitchenware, Oven, Toaster, Wake Up Service/Alarm Clock Apartment Size: 65 square metres

Rovinj is the most beloved town in Istria, a top sight in Croatia, and one of its most romantic spots. With its pastel-coloured houses clustered together on steep winding streets and topped by a Venetian bell tower, you would think you were in Italy. (see pictures of Rovinj) And, just a short walk from town are the pine-fringed beaches of Zlatni Rt nature park. Rovinj is still an active fishing port and you can take boats to the lovely offshore islands, Crveni Otok and Katarina. Scuba divers flock to Rovinj to dive the famous wreck, Baron Gautsch. Geography The historical center of Rovinj is completely contained within an oval peninsula about 2 kilometres long. This is a fascinating and beautiful stroll. Shops, bars, restaurants and residences spill out from the Old Town onto the neighbouring streets and line the harbour. Walk east for 20 minutes along the animated harbour promenade and you come to a quiet neighbourhood of residences and several large hotels. Beyond, lies the leafy Zlatni Rt nature park. The offshore waters are dotted with 16 islands and islets, several of which can be reached by boat.Culture Rovinj has close cultural and historical ties with Italy. Fast boats link Rovinj and Venice in the summer which bring a crowd of Italian tourists. Restaurants augment local seafood with creative pasta and pizza dishes not only to tempt their visitors but because the locals have developed a taste for Italian cuisine. Most Rovinj residents are fluent in Italian; many work or have worked in Italy. What to See in Rovinj Just strolling the streets of the Old Town is a delight. The historical center is crammed with reminders of Venice, most strikingly in the Church of St Euphemia and the Balbi Arch. Climb to the hilltop punctuated by St Euphemia and you'll be treated to inspiring views over the town, sea and islets. Rovinj is not known for its museums but there is one good one: the Rovinj Heritage Museum...