Długość śladu

71,96 km

Poziom trudności



490 m

Max elevation

313 m



Min elevation

3 m

Trail type





21 listopada 2014


listopada 2014
313 m
3 m
71,96 km

Obejrzane 7482 razy, pobrane 126 razy

w pobliżu Rovinj, Istarska (Hrvatska)

It ranges from Rovinj macadam to Rovinjsko village through the old railway.
Passage through the Istrian villages where there are lots of old churches and votive chapels.
Here comes the a lot of beautiful holiday homes.
Then back to the sea and the way back to Rovinj looking at the way a ton of cultivated land and the old Roman roads.

Bernarda Benussija

Latitude: 45.09966284 Longitude : 13.63795795 The Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Hospital “Prim.dr.Martin Horvat” is located in the city of Rovinj on the western coast of Istria. The hospital was built in 1888 and is among the oldest orthopaedic-rehabilitation institutes. The hospital complex is located only 3 km northeast of the city centre along the seaside. Most of the 20 ha complex is located on a peninsula that jets out into the sea.

Bike road

Latitude: 45.1133660786 Longitude : 13.6645131558 Situated at the foot of the hill bearing the same name, this church is one of the most significant Istrian field churches. We are speaking about a pre-Romanic building from 8 - 9 century. The original building had a cross-shaped ground plan with three protruding apses covered with limestone plates (locally: škrilje). The mere crossing was elevated and connected with its lateral arms by way of openings of the semicircular arches. There was a rectangular structure over the central section. The bell-tower of the church is exceptionally rare, annexed during the medieval period alongside the northern wall. During the 16th century, the church was reduced to a one-nave space and cut short on its western side. The excavations disclosed the original paving of the northern arm of the crossing and several fragments of the window transenna and the altar partition (pluteuses, beams and capitals). The altar painting presented the resurrected Redeemer and St. Thomas.

Rovinjsko Selo i Biciklisticka St.

Latitude: 45.1131033897 Longitude : 13.7102723122 On the Rovinj - Kanfanar, only 5-6 km away from Rovinj, there is the village of Rovinjsko Selo from whose hills a beautiful view of the city of Rovinj and the Rovinj archipelago.


Latitude: 45.1148414612 Longitude : 13.7412357330

Kurili i Cesta

Latitude: 45.1069986820 Longitude : 13.7844300270


Latitude: 45.0881481171 Longitude : 13.8818264008 Over almost the entire north side of the street of stretches Morosini-Grimani, best preserved castle in Istria and the largest building in Vincenti which for centuries a symbol of the town. The first fort was built in the early 13th century, but the turbulent years of war have resulted in the destruction frequently, then recovery and change the layout of the castle, and besides the looks have changed and property owners.

5099 i Cesta i Bokordici

Latitude: 45.0640511513 Longitude : 13.9122104645


Latitude: 45.0332273729 Longitude : 13.9418562502 House Katarina Šajini

Cesta i Makadam1

Latitude: 45.0133466721 Longitude : 13.8482022285

5073 i 5187 i Makadam

Latitude: 45.0048816204 Longitude : 13.8134837151


Latitude: 44.9987661839 Longitude : 13.7657940388 A small tourist town Barbariga is located on the western coast of Istria and is situated halfway between Rovinj in the north and Pula in the south of which is equidistant - approx .20 kilometers. The place is surrounded by unspoiled Mediterranean maquis and numerous olive groves, and only resort consists of apartments in two-story houses in a row, and houses that were constructed in the 80s of the last century. Barbariga is a gentle place ideal for family holidays thanks to the low traffic in the settlement, it is extremely clean and numerous foreign owners of houses who spend summers in Barbariga complete the overall impression of its landscaped and manicured gardens. Book accommodation in the area

Polari i Biciklisticka St.

Latitude: 45.0595343113 Longitude : 13.6758649349


Latitude: 45.0666046143 Longitude : 13.6653077602 Rovinj is one of nine settlements officially designated as towns in Istria County in western Croatia. It has a Mediterranean climate, with the average temperature 4.8 °C (40.6 °F) in January and 22.3 °C (72.1 °F) in July. The average annual temperature is 16 °C (60.8 °F). Sea temperature is more than 20 °C (68 °F) from the mid-June to September. The average annual sea temperature is 16.6 °C (61.9 °F). From May to September the Rovinj receives more than 10 sunshine hours a day. The rainfall averages 941 mm (37.05 in) a year and average air humidity is 72 percent. Vegetation is subtropical. Rovinj was already a settlement of Illyrian tribes before being captured by the Romans, who called it Arupinium or Mons Rubineus, and later Ruginium and Ruvinium. Built on an island close to the coast, it became connected to the mainland much later, in 1763, by filling in the channel. Rovinj was eventually incorporated into the Byzantine Empire, later becoming part of the Exarchate of Ravenna in the 6th century, before being taken over by the Frankish Empire in 788. For the following several centuries it was ruled by a succession of feudal lords, and in 1209 it was acquired by the Patriarchate of Aquileia under Wolfger von Erla. From 1283 to 1797 Rovinj was one of the most important towns in Istria governed by the Republic of Venice. During this period three town gates were constructed and Rovinj was fortified by two rows of defensive walls, remains of which can still be seen today. Nearby the Rovinj pier one can find one of the old town gates, the Balbi's Arch, dating from 1680, and a late-Renaissance clock tower. The first city statute was proclaimed in 1531. Following the fall of Venice in 1797 and the ensuing Napoleonic interlude, Rovinj became part of the Austrian Empire, which lasted until World War I. According to the last Austrian census in 1911, 97.8% of the population was Italian-speaking. It then belonged to Kingdom of Italy from 1918 to 1947, when it was ceded to SFR Yugoslavia, as part of SR Croatia. During the post-war period many Italian inhabitants left Rovinj, which led to significant changes to Rovinj's demographic structure. Following Croatia's independence in 1991, the town became one of the most important centers of Istria County, an administrative unit encompassing most of Istria. Rovinj is today the third most populous town in the county, behind Pula and Pore Originally the peninsula on which the city lies was an island, separated from the mainland by a channel. The latter was filled in 1763. Rovinj Archipelago includes 22 islets.

Bernarda Benussija1

Latitude: 45.0996628404 Longitude : 13.6379579455 Back home.


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