Rovinj rebuild sets bold new standard
Adriatic Croatia International Club (ACI) has taken a step forwards for Croatian nautical tourism by completely refurbishing Marina Rovinj, one of the 22 marinas it operates from Umag in the far north of the country down south to Dubrovnik. The renovation reinforces the marina’s attraction as a short-term visitor and charter boat destination, provides berths for far larger boats than before and has been focused on offering exclusive, often custom-made elements to create a bold new standard.
Once a small fishing village, the town of Rovinj on the west coast of the Istrian peninsula has medieval architecture and narrow cobbled streets and is a prime tourist attraction. Locals and visitors can now include a marina waterfront experience as a large part of ACI’s €20 million investment has been spent on creating upland attractions. The new marina has 1,400m² (15,069ft²) of commercial space including catering facilities, a restaurant and café/lounge bar, supermarket, wellness centre, various high end shops, office space for luxury yacht brokers, charter agencies, chandlery and service centre. Shoreside facilities are cleverly designed to maximise waterfront views and offer exclusive amenities in contemporary, elegant interior settings.
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