Rovinj, Croatia - marina Rovinj
Rovinj - yacht charter base - ACI Marina Rovinj
Marina Rovinj lies southeast of Rovinj harbour, in the vicinity of a small shipyard. Rovinj, on the western coast of Istria, is one of the most developed seaside resorts in Croatia. The town was built on an island that was later connected to the mainland in 1763 to create a peninsula. Marina is surrounded by pine woods and only 1 km from the town centre. St. Katarina Island provides shelter from all winds.
Approach: The belfry of St. Eufemija is a useful landmark. It is possible to enter the harbor passing either to the north or south of the island St Katerina.
Open: All year round.
Mooring: The marina has 386 sea and 40 dry berths. All berths have water and power supply.
Facilities: Reception, exchange office (bureau de change), restaurant, toilets and showers, repair shop, 10 t crane, slipway, parking lot, grocery store, chandlery (nautical equipment shop), fuel station in the northern part of the town harbour (water depth 4 m) just 500 m from the marina. Warning services concerning weather is available in the marina.
45°04.06' N - 13°38.04' E
52210 Rovinj, Vladimira Nazora b.b.
Tel: +385 52 813133 Fax:
+385 52 81 31 33
VHF Channel 17
How to reach marina Rovinj?By plane
If arriving by airplane, the Pula airport is the nearest, around 36 km far away from Rovinj. The international airports Zagreb and Trieste are connected with most of the European centres, and the Rijeka airport is also nearby.
By car or bus
If arriving from the direction Zagreb, just follow the highway Zagreb-Rijeka, the tunnel Ucka - Pazin - Rovinj. If entering Croatia from the west, the highway Trieste -Kopar-Buje will lead you to Rovinj. If arriving from the direction north, just follow the highway Villach - Ljubljana - Buje - Rovinj. Apart from the regular Croatian bus lines, the foreign bus lines also connect Rovinj with the following cities: Belgrade, Kopar, Ljubljana, Padova, Ulm, Venice, Trieste, Frankfurt.
There is a train station in Kanfanar (cca 17 km far away). Apart from that, regular train lines from Zagreb and Ljubljana to Pula operate on a daily basis.
The Italian ferry company Adriatica offers a ferry line Trieste - Grado Lignano - Piran - Rovinj - Brijuni during the summer season. In that period, there is also a ferry line from Rovinj to Venice (6 days in a week).
Distances: Trieste -90 km, Mila n- 500 km, Graz-410 km, Vienna -590 km, Munich-610 km, Zagreb - 280 km.