Mulini Beach is located in an attractive area of Rovinj, on the exit from the central part of the city and in the continuation of the promenade, in front of hotels Monte Mulini, Lone and Eden, wrapped in a rich green public park and green forest.
If you want to stay in the old town, Hotel Adriatic is the ideal choice. The nearby hotels Park, Eden and top-quality Monte Mulini and Lone are within a few minutes walk from the center and hotels Istra and Katarina are situated on the largest islands of the Rovinj archipelago. http://www.montemulinihotel.com
The period of peace under the Romans was followed by the attacks of the Visigoths, the Huns and other conquerors, when the inhabitants found refuge on the islands. On the island of Rovinj, the first walls started to rise near the high rocks as a natural defense. http://www.montemulinihotel.com/
The history of Rovinj and its surroundings dates back to the Iron and Bronze Age, when this area was inhabited by the Illyrian tribe Histri that traded goods with the Greeks and Etruscans. In 177 B.C. Rovinj became the part of the Roman Empire called Rubinium (named after a jewel), and Rubinum afterwards. http://www.montemulinihotel.com/
Old cobbled alleys in the Old Town invite visitors to walk around and explore colorful galleries and shops filled with local arts and crafts. In the open-air market visitors will find fresh groceries such as asparagus, olives, tomatoes, herbs and medicinal plants, figs and cheese. The Italian influence is much stronger here than anywhere else in Croatia and the main square is surrounded with lively cafes and restaurants. http://www.montemulinihotel.com/
This former Venetian vassal state on the azure Adriatic, Rovinj, Croatia has traditionally slipped into hibernation mode come winter. Yet in recent years, it’s attracted some attention as an off-season long weekend getaway.
Visitors from all over the world spend their holiday in Rovinj because of its lovely climate, colorful history, hospitality and picture-postcard scenery – dense Mediterranean evergreen underbrush and pine woods and 22 islands and islets that together with the coastline form the largest protected area of the town's natural heritage.