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Climate

Climate in Istria is mild, Mediterranean, where there are warm and dry summers and mild and pleasant winters. It has an average of 2,338 sunny hours per year, and during the summer, the insolation is 10 h, on average. Specific winds are gale, which blows from north to south, with a clear and colder weather, south wind, which brings warmer but humid weather and a mild landward breeze, which blows from the land and has a cooling effect during the summer. The average air temperature during the coldest part of the year is 6ºC, and during the warmest 30ºC. South of Rovinj, Istria is cut by the 45th parallel, which means that we are half way between the Equator and the North Pole – an ideal geographical and temperature place on the northern hemisphere. Sea salinity is 37 pro mille. A large concentration of salt, sodium and chlorine, as well as sulphates and magnesium are a basis of a healthy bath which is necessary for a human body and skin, and where sea motion also has a therapeutic effect. The sea temperature is coldest during the year in March and on average it is at 9ºC, while it is warmest during August when it reaches up to 25ºC.
Based on the recent twelve-year tracking of meteorological data in Rovinj, the average yearly temperature is 13.5ºC, rainfall is 766.8 mm, while the relative air humidity is 75%. The climate is warm and semi-dry. During the year, more than a third of days are without wind, while the gale is blowing a lot less than in other towns by the west coast of the Istrian peninsula. Micro climate this mild is present only in Brijuni archipelago and Mali Lošinj. The number of sunny days during the year is 134, which is the most on the Adriatic after two places in south Dalmatia.klima

Gastronomy

Istria – an enchanting Mediterranean peninsula surrounded by clear blue sea, touristically developed coastline and magical green inland, offers numerous cultural, historical and natural sights and unforgettable views from hilly villages, and hides a wealth of tradition and taste.
Istrian cuisine is a true reflection of historical, geographical and climate characteristics of the peninsula and the result of interviewing of different traditions with dishes based on wild plants, aromatic herbs, seasonal vegetables, seafood and olive oil.
An invitation to explore and taste values of this blue and green refuge lies in the smile of the Istrian host, products of his hardworking hands and the nature which seduces with its beauty and lively past that emerges from the rocks and lumps of earth. Once you're here, horizons are expanding, senses are deepening, tension is leaving, harmony is restoring, and new experiences and friendships become permanent valuables...gastro

The Coast and Beaches

Rovinj coast and the coastal area is a unique natural environment because there are 2289 ha of protected green areas, 14 islands, islets and 6 cliffs. The coastline with many beaches is 67 km long.

Baluota Beach – In the evening, this attractive rocky beach at the foot of St. Euphemia’s Church is transformed into a special venue for unique events. The special lighting enables undisturbed nighttime swimming.

Beaches in Zlatni Rt – they are situated at three locations with catering and sanitary facilities, while two of them offer beach gear rental. Improved sea access.

Lone Bay – After improvement, it became the most visited town bathing spot at an attractive location in the Park Forest Zlatni Rt right next to the town and numerous hotels.
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How to reach us?

Road connections between central Europe and destinations on the Croatian coast are improving. To enter and drive in Croatia, you will require a green insurance card and a valid driving license. In Croatia, the toll is charged on motorways, semi-motorways and some bridges and tunnels.

Arrival in Rovinj:
from Slovenia and Italy: border-crossing Kaštel–Dragonja, highway: toll gate Umag–Kanfanar interchange (motorway exit)
from Zagreb: highway Zagreb – Rijeka - Učka Tunnel - Kanfanar interchange (motorway exit)
from Dalmatia: highway Split – Bosiljevo – Rijeka –Učka Tunnel - Kanfanar interchange (motorway exit).lokacija

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Do you want to enjoy your perfect vacation in a private apartment in Istria near the sea? Istria is particularly interesting because of the many natural beauties, clear sea, beautiful beaches and countless coves that make Istria a perfect place for an unforgettable holiday. We offer a rich selection of apartments for rent in Istria, as well as fast and secure online reservation of the chosen apartment. Select your private apartmant in Istria, book apartment online and spend your dream vacation in Istria. istria apartments

If you wish to feel the atmosphere of good old country households, wholesome dishes of the traditional cuisine, romantic hearths and scented wine cellars, discover the charms of country tourism, small family-run rural hotels and homesteads. Through the enjoyment in the noble drops and home-made food while sitting on wooden benches under a rosebush or next to the hearth, you will taste all the gentleness of Istria and the beauty of it inhabitants’ lives. When the birdsong wakes you in a warm cosy bed of a traditional Istrian country house, you will feel that everything has an air of tranquility and that time goes by at a slower pace. The view from the window will open on fields, vineyards, olive-groves and gardens; gentle scenes which reflect the work of hard-working hands. If you feel like it, you can mount a horse and go for a ride through the woods nearby. When you get to know these households, you will feel as if you have strolled into an idyllic scene of country life right off the canvas of an old painting.

The entire Istrian coastline has a total of length of nearly 445 km. However, due to its extreme indentedness and numerous islands surrounding it, there are another 300 km of untouched beaches. Regular sampling and testing of sea quality on Croatian beaches starts at the beginning of May. Samples are tested every 15 days and the updated results are announced regularly. The sea quality is measured on 203 beaches in Istria, and analyses up to now show a high sanitary cleanliness level. Are You looking for accommodation in apartments with a pool in Croatia? Uniline offers apartment rentals all along the coastline in Croatia. For your holiday on the Adriatic choose a private apartment with a pool, and experience an unforgettable vacation.

Istria is indeed a feast for the eyes. Its streams flow to the sea through deep valleys and gullies which bring to mind the ancient local myths about giants. Rolling hills overlook the fields and valleys with little towns perched on the peaks, recalling some old paintings. The view is splendid: white-topped mountains, lush wheat fields, plateaux, valleys, vineyards and olive groves on hillsides, and, finally the sea. As you get to know Istria you will notice more and more enchanting details: church facades and portals, tiny village alleyways with their specific architectural touches, the babble of a stream, the blossoming cherries. Everything is warm–hearted and friendly here: nature, towns and people.

Ancient Istrian towns were built on the peaks of the hills: today they are treasure troves of antiquity. For centuries they have stood on the hilltops, crowning their beauty. Their thick walls witnessed the arrival of master builders and artists who added to their splendour. The doors to these ancient towns are always open, and the church bells beckon the visitors to enter. There are flocks of doves in there, men chat in the streets, and children play in the shade of ancient lime tress. The sun bathes the tranquil scene in a golden glow.

If you wish to feel the atmosphere of good old country households, wholesome dishes of the traditional cuisine, romantic hearths and scented wine cellars, discover the charms of country tourism, small family-run rural hotels and homesteads. Through the enjoyment in the noble drops and home-made food while sitting on wooden benches under a rosebush or next to the hearth, you will taste all the gentleness of Istria and the beauty of it inhabitants’ lives. When the birdsong wakes you in a warm cosy bed of a traditional Istrian country house, you will feel that everything has an air of tranquility and that time goes by at a slower pace. The view from the window will open on fields, vineyards, olive-groves and gardens; gentle scenes which reflect the work of hard-working hands. If you feel like it, you can mount a horse and go for a ride through the woods nearby. When you get to know these households, you will feel as if you have strolled into an idyllic scene of country life right off the canvas of an old painting.

The people of Istria have always been farm labourers, but what they really engaged in was defined by the configuration of the surrounding land. In the mountains of Ćićarija Istrian people were humble shepherds, proof of which are numerous folk proverbs: Ovaca bez pastira ne da ni mlika ni sira. (Sheep without shepherds yield neither milk nor cheese) Ki čuva ovcu, čuva i vunu (He who tends sheep, also keeps wool). In the middle of this little continent grey soil dominates, which is difficult to cultivate, but beneficial. This very soil has borne the Istrian-plowman. Southwest Istria, of deep red soil, is the area of excellent winegrowers, who are surrounded by their empire of Malvasia, whereas the coastal part of the peninsula has always been known for fishing: Ki spi, ribe ne lovi. (Those who sleep, catch no fish.)

Ethnographic museum of Istria preserves, and actively collects textile artefacts. The main parts of the collection are Istrian traditional costumes. Wedge pattern is characteristic for the north and east Istria women costumes which is connected to Gothic period. That way of sawing is replaced by sawing the women dresses from waistcoat and skirt. Around the waist, women were wearing pas or kanica. On the head women were wearing facol, facul (kerchief) usually rakaman, nagažan - nicely embroidered, or later made of industrial textile. There were two different kinds of mail trousers: brneveke - white cloth (fabric caled sukno) trousers ankle length and tight, and brageše - shorter, wider trousers of brown cloth. Feet were covered with socks - bičve, holjevi, škafuoni, škafuonice, and men wore foot-cloths, kalcete, nazuvke. They wore strapped softsoled footwear, and latter shoes, postole.