Camping in Rovinj

Rovinj is located on Istria's west coast. Croatian and Italian are spoken - which led the city to be nicknamed "little Croatian Venice". You'll find about 10 campsites in Rovinj and its surroundings. Discover Camping Porton Biondi*** for instance, which is only 700m from Rovinj's historical town centre and can accommodate up to 1,200 people. 

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Camping Zelena Laguna **** Croatia, Istria County, Porec
Children activities Swimming pool Restaurant
Zelena Laguna is a super equipped campsite offering all kinds of activities and programs for children and parents, while at the same time managing to preserve the feel-good atmosphere of smaller campsites. Guests can choose between different types of pitches, most with water and power connections. A tourist train takes you to Poreč in 15 minutes flat if you need anything or just want to look around.
Camping Bijela Uvala **** Croatia, Istria County, Porec
Children activities Swimming pool Restaurant
At Camping Bijela Uvala, all generations of your family will have a great time: with four swimming pools, organised activities, sports facilities, cafés and restaurants, everyone will find something to do. Beautiful pebble, rocky and paved beaches run the entire length of the campsite. Pitches are protected by a nice amount of natural shade, so you can keep your cool even when the weather is not. All this just a 35-minute walk from the center of Poreč, a town full of history and stuff to see. Pets are welcome.
Camping Puntica *** Croatia, Istria County, Poreč-Funtana
Camping Puntica returns you to the basics. All the pitches are flat, shaded and with the right services connections. Bathrooms and showers are clean. The food in the local tavern is good. The shop has vegetables and basic supplies. That's it. No loud music in the campsite, no animation or entertainment. Just peace and quiet, as you dreamt it. If you want nightlife or rare seafood delights, Funtana is a short walk away. Distance from Poreč is 7 km. There are cycling tracks running to Vrsar and Poreč, so if you bring your own bikes (or would prefer to rent some at Funtana) you can see another side to Istria. Just be warned, you have to be able to ride uphill a lot.

What so see next to the campsites of Rovinj

  • Old town, cathedral, aquarium (one of the oldest in the Mediterranean area) and museum (XVIth and XVIIth century arts and crafts) guarantee your thirst for culture and history is staunched .
  • Katarina island, accessible with a 5-minute boat trip
  • The beaches of Lème canal