Vacation, part 2 – Rovinj

It took much longer than I expected to get this post published. Ever since I got back from vacation, life was hectic and time to spare wasn’t to be found anywhere. Rovinj is beautiful. I kept taking photos from every possible side (they are not all here). 🙂

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View from the St. Euphemia church

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Steps in St. Euphemia church if you decide to climb the bell tower

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The bell tower

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How small streets end in Rovinj, straight in the sea

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At the beach (=rocks around the town)

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Walking around (the view)

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Sunset

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Houses of Rovinj

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One of the many pics of Rovinj I took

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One from a boat

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How it looks from the island of St. Catherine

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4 thoughts on “Vacation, part 2 – Rovinj

  1. Vanessa September 2, 2015 at 18:50 Reply

    Oh Rovinj is glorious! Ex-Mr Bonkers has been and raved about it and it is firmly on my bucket list. Loved the alleyways ending in the sea, with tiny cafes squeezed into them. There’s one a bit like that on Mykonos where patrons routinely get splashed. 😉

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    • Ines September 4, 2015 at 09:40 Reply

      Vanessa, it’s time for your own ravings when it comes to Rovinj. 🙂 You travel everywhere, why not come for a visit to Rovinj?

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  2. Suzanne September 3, 2015 at 15:31 Reply

    For someone in the US, the name Rovinj is completely foreign – at least in my case. I would never have heard of this secret gem of a place if not for your blog, Ines. Your photos are absolutely dreamy: it looks like the perfect summer hideaway, quiet, romantic, blue skies and old buildings (old in the best sense of the word). Thanks for sharing it with us!

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    • Ines September 4, 2015 at 09:45 Reply

      Suzanne, it’s a really small town and it doesn’t surprise me you find it foreign (you’d probably be surprised at the pronunciation as well). 🙂
      It’s the type of hideaway where you get lost among tourists though. 😀

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