Rovinj has a reputation as one of the most beautiful towns in Istria. It was first mentioned in the 5 th century as Castrum Rubini. The long history of Rovinj is visible in many buildings such as houses and churches. Rovinj as a tourist destination has a lot to offer such as camps, private rooms and apartments, holiday houses, family hotels and exclusive hotels. This is a popular vacation spot for many tourists. Rovinj is surrounded with 22 islands and islets which abound in natural beauty. Special attention is given to beaches and they are usually made of fine gravel. There are known beaches in the Bay Kuvi and the Bay Lone, beach Valalta etc. Many of these beaches have international ecological award "Blue Flag" as the best evidence of concern for the environment and quality of service. Many sporting and catering facilities are available on the beaches. There are many secluded beaches where you can enjoy in the sea and sun for those guests who want peace. Some of the natural beauties which can be found in the Rovinj area is the Canyon of Lim - a beautiful bay which has been declared "a special maritime reserve" then a forest park "Golden Cape" - one of the most important park areas on the Adriatic sea, marsh Palud and the islands Two little sisters - "special ornithological reserve." Brackish water, lush vegetation, abundant bird species are the qualities of this natural jewel. All gourmets will enjoy the rich cuisine of Rovinj restaurants, and those who want all-night entertainment will find a place for themselves. Recreationists can find a variety of sporting facilities within the hotel complex. Guests can enjoy water sports, water skiing and paragliding, sailing, rowing and diving. It is interesting to note that several sailing regattas hold in Rovinj each year. Place Bale is situated ten kilometers from Rovinj. Unlike Rovinj and other places on the coast, Bale is the pearl of the preserved historical and cultural heritage of Istria, which is characterized by natural resources, pristine nature and historical heritage. Bale was first mentioned as Castrum Vallis, and Valle in the year 965. Bale is a place of Istrian tradition and architecture dating back to Roman times. Arable fields, pastures, forests, ruins of old buildings, Roman roads, cisterns, wells, Roman villas, oil presses, churches are some of the tourist attractions. Guests can also visit the Gothic-Renaissance castle Soardo-Bembo, tower from the 19th century in the town center, church, city hall with a lodge built in the 14th century, etc. Anyone who escapes from the city hustle and bustle here will find the required peace and quiet. A visitor will try well-known gastronomic offer of Bale in one of its taverns. Rovinj and Rovinjsko selo are really worth visiting. From Rovinj you can visit Pula, Rabac and spend a beautiful day in Rijeka and gorgeous Opatija. If you like to spend your time on the sea, visit marina Rovinj.