Church of St. Euphemia
Learn the fascinating story of Santa Eufemia, Christian martyr and the patron saint of Rovinj, enjoy beautiful baroque Venetian architecture, climb up the stairs of 60 meters tall bell tower and enjoy great views.
You simply must walk up to this church (seen from our window). If you're courageous climb the tower - you will be rewarded with spectacular views!
The church of St. Euphemia is ranked among the most beautiful representations of the Baroque period in Istria and dominates the small coastal town of Rovinj. St. Euphemia is the town’s patron saint and her remains are housed in a marble sarcophagus in the church. The church of St. Euphemia is the…
If you aren't afraid of heights there's a breath-taking view from the church tower.
“Batana House is perhaps the first multi-media museum around the Mediterranean specifically dedicated to a fishing boat. The vessel in question is the batana, the traditional wooden boat of this region. It is still very much in use today – as you will find out should you head out at sunset in a batana expertly rowed by the one of the museum staff. As both sit in the romantically lit batana, they will explain the importance of the boat to Rovinj’s history and economy, from the intricacies of night fishing to the construction of the vessel itself. ”
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