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And then we just spent a few hours walking around the town and the bay. This is another boating town, albeit much larger than Rovinj. All the tour boats are closed up for the season or undergoing repairs. We ate a cheap and delicious lunch at the Marina and had a great view on the water of the blue Adriatic, the amphitheater, and hundreds of moored yachts. The house wine was a yummy ...
... squares, museums, churches, and crowds, we're finally on the sea... the Adriatic to be exact. And even though it's December, it's amazing. It's once again unseasonably warm and we're in a former fishing village turned tourist town. It's still a fishing village and there are no tourists now, which is fine by us.
It's an old Venetian town, so it has narrow cobblestone streets/paths ...
In the afternoon we walked around past the fishing boats and the men were fixing the nets, cutting and mending, and getting the nets ready to drop for the next day.
Walked around the the foreshore for a few kilometres and saw a huge sailing ship which had come in. There are a lot of private yachts calling in each night and mooring. A friend of David's from NZ has just been sailing down the Dalmation coast.
... again, but because I thought we were coming back after breakfast I didn't take my bathers, so just had to sit in the sun!
We walked around the two small islands which are joined. Not a lot of people around - mainly just sitting around the huge pool at the resort!
Back to the nice cafe by the water, and then walked up to the church at the top of the old town.
David went off walking and swimming again and I did a loop of the old town around the water.
Had a beautiful fish platter for dinner. The restaurants are pretty quiet. It must be hard for the locals when the tourists leave.
It is such a beautiful little town. We feel we could stay here for a few ...