As well as ancient Roman remains and gothic palaces there’s the stunning Euphrasian Basilica to marvel at. The surrounding resort offers ample watersports, swimming, cycling and walking, while a short boat trip will take you to the beaches of St Nicholas Island. Porec also offers you a lively nightlife and great restaurants.
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The Venetian Empire once ruled Rovinj, and the resort’s Italian parentage remains evident in its architecture, particularly the Italianate bell tower of the church of St Euphemia.
After a day on one of the tree-fringed beaches the town provides a lovely spot to wander and explore.
Sitting on a miniature peninsula adjoining a huge crescent-shaped bay, Umag combines modern attractions with an old town complete with 14th Century walls, medieval streets and shady squares. A wide range of activities include sailing, diving, deep-sea fishing and horse riding. There’s also several wine cellars and a local spa.