Rental basis: Entire house or apartment
Number of bedrooms: 1; Number of other rooms with beds: 0
Antolovic "studio" is located in 20 minutes walking distance from town centre and in 15 minutes walking distance from the nearest beach. Interior size is 20 m² and terrace is 25 m². It is located on ground floor. There is a possibiltiy to use Bbq in the courtyard of the house. Parking space is available in the courtyard of the house. Pets are allowed.
Bed Description: 1 big double bed
Beach:mtown centre:mGrocery shop: 100 mRestaurant: 200 m
Discover rich art and culture in Rovinj. The whole old city centre is a living cultural monument. The art in Rovinj is visible on the vibrant frescoes, museums and galleries, and on the facades of numerous city palaces that will reveal the history of their construction to you. The culture in Rovinj will show you how its life began while you explore the cultural and historical sights.
Grisia Street is a beautiful street with cascading steps that leads up to the plateau of the parish church of St. Euphemia. It belongs to the most recognizable trademarks of the old town of Rovinj. The street is picturesquely cobbled with winding stone staircase. It is unique for its one-day art competition exhibition, which has been organized in Grisia continuously since August 1967 by the Rovinj Heritage Museum.
The exhibition was created at the initiative of members of the Art Colony who aim to contribute to the spreading of visual arts and the revitalization of the town by gathering artists and displaying their works out in the open. A great number of artists display their works on Grisia attracting the attention of visitors and tourists.
Artists such as Mascarelli, Bassani, Matić, Milić, Škrnjug, Šumonja, Vuličević and many others participated in this street exhibition numerous times.
Discover the specific customs in Rovinj attracting tourists and locals, and learn about the traditions in Rovinj expressed through its unique musical folklore and cultural heritage. From the very beginning customs in Rovinj have been impacted by its location near the sea. Local fishermen who built flatboats used to sing while on the sea and produce sounds of instruments with their voices. That created a path for intangible traditions in Rovinj which include batana parades accompanied by bitinadas and its traditional cuisine.
Rovinj cuisine is based on seafood which used to be caught by locals who set out to the open sea in batanas. In order to preserve the tradition of typical Rovinj cookery, the Batana House Eco Museum published The Traditional Rovinj Cuisine Cookbook.
This thirty-page book contains fifteen traditional recipes, ranging from recipes for appetizers to main course recipes. All the recipes carry their original names in Rovinj dialect and include a local proverb. Moreover, next to each basic ingredient there is a description on when and how it is caught. The cookbook contains recipes for fried sea anemones, brodet (a type of fish stew), fried picarels with kale and so on.
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