ROVINJ – VRSAR:
One of the most significant tourist centers on the Istrian coastis Vrsar, a city which has transformed from a small fishing town into a popular tourist destination of numerous visitors from the entire world. It is known as the city of sculptures, rich with natural beauties and fascinating history from various epochs. Vrsar offers its guests numerous alternatives for discovering its attractive sides. It hasarich gastro offer which is proven by the excellent restaurants by the sea.
VRSAR – UMAG:
Umag is a small town and port on the north-western coast of Istria. Its beneficial features were already recognized by the Romans who turned it into their summer residence. The splendour andmagnificence of those times is reflectedtoday in the many Venetian houses in the old part of Umag.Umag is a favourite holiday destination with extraordinary excursion possibilities, at a distance of only 40 kilometres from Trieste and 50 nautical miles from Venice.
UMAG – VENEZIA:
Venezia is surrounded by series of first class mooring facilities offering the possibility to visit one of the world's wonders without having to bypass the island surrounding it, some like Burano, Murano and Torcello alive with a flourishing tourist activity, others totally abandoned but not less attracting like San Servolo, Santo Spirito housing the Agostinian Friars Order, San Clemente with its old quarantine station or, finally Poveglia whose monuments patrimony has been reducer to the spire bell tower of San Vitale.
Approaching Venice in your own boat can be an unforgettable experience. This city is not your usual seaside resort for a boating vacation. Recreational boats can dock at dockyards operated by local sailing organizations or private companies.
In Venice (historic centre, islands, and Lido):
- Diporto Velico Veneziano
- Compagnia della Vela
- Riva dei Sette martiri e riva San Biagio
- Darsena Marina Alberoni
- Darsena VenMar
Regulations for water circulation: You cannot circulate freely in the canals in Venice due to the restrictions imposed by their inherent structure (some of the smaller canals are quite narrow) and by city regulations.
The only recreational boats that can navigate in the inner canals are those owned by residents in the Venice historic centre or lagoon islands or holders of special licenses for water space in the historic centre or the Giudecca and in craft whose tonnage does not exceed 5 tons.
On the other hand, tourists may travel at will from the St. Mark's Basin towards the Lido and the lagoon, while always observing the Practical Regulations.
VENICE – NOVIGRAD
On the western coast of Istria, two kilometres north of the mouth of the river Mirna and some 25 km south of the border with Sloveniaon a small peninsulais setNovigrad. Novigrad, with narrow, winding streets and small shops has retained its medieval structure and layout.There are examples of secular architecture from the time of the Venetian empire, such as the town loggia and several houses built in Venetian Gothic style.
NOVIGRAD – ROVINJ:
The right destination for all of you seeking a sentimental atmosphere of the times that have forever gone by is the town of Rovinj. On the seaside, the town is protected by a high rocky shore and house walls built on cliffs, while the mainland side is protected by solid walls. Rovinj is dominated by the baroque St. Euphemia’s Church, its 60-meter tower providing a view of grey and red rooftops and chimneys, streets and squares, the port and pier with ships and boats, and the marina harboring yachts.
This uniques is made by the old town core, the 67-kilometer shoreline, 2.289 ha of protected green surfaces and improved park forests, 16 islands, islets and reefs.Romantic and mysterious, yet full of options for an unforgettable time, Rovinj has become and will remain a town you want to revisit.