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Weather & Climate

Temperature: 20s to 30s (°C) in summer.

Best time to visit: July or August for the highest temperatures.

Rovinj enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate with highs of up to 30°C in the summer months. The best time to visit is at the peak of summer in July or August for the best temperatures and least amount of rainfall. 

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Rovinj is best for...

Scenery lovers: Architecturally preserved streets, rocky beaches and protected landscapes make Rovinj an ideal location for that perfect picture.

Shoppers: The historic Carrera Street offers a variety of clothing, jewellery and quirky art galleries for you to browse.

Romantics: Stroll down the narrow, cobbled streets of the old town and watch the sunset whilst enjoying a traditional Croatian meal.

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Fast facts

Language: The language spoken in Rovinj is Croatian and Italian.

Currency: The currency used in Rovinj is Croatian kuna (HRK).

Local time: Rovinj is 1 hour ahead of GMT/UK time.

Fly to: Pula Airport. The transfer time is around 45 minutes to Rovinj from Pula Airport. 

Flight time from UK: The flight time to Rovinj is 2.5 hours.

Tourist information: Further Rovinj tourist information can be found here

Visa / health: Before you travel, click here for recommendations and advice on visas and health for your holiday to Rovinj.

Getting around

By hire bicycle: Bicycles are relatively inexpensive to hire and there are good cycle tracks up and down the coast.

On foot: The Old Town and its surrounding areas are easily accessible on foot. Walk through the narrow, winding streets to experience all the shops, bars and galleries that Rovinj has to offer.


Art bonanza: For one week in August, Rovinj hosts the Grisia Street Art Festival, which sees its famous art street transformed into an outdoor gallery crammed with local artists and buyers.

Street party: To experience a real street party visit the Croatian Summer Salsa Festival at the end of June. Rovinj’s cobbled streets, market squares and beaches become a huge salsa dance floor. 

Culture catch: Culture-seekers will not want to miss the annual Fisherman’s Evening held in July. This award-winning event celebrates Rovinj’s rich fishing history with a series of talks and performances by the waterfront.