Beaches in Rovinj: Bay Dagita
Dagita-Bay lies 7 km away from Rovinj. In order to reach this part of the coast, you have to go by car and take the road to Pula. At the locality Kokuletovica (which is 4 km away from the town center) you have to turn right and follow the road until you reach the Camping Veštar.
In order to be able to continue your journey to Dagita-Bay, you have to take the unasphalted logging path which turns left some ten meters before the campsite entry, after which you turn left before the Camping Mon Paradis. Following tha path, you have to turn right until you reach Cisterna Bay, where we suggest that you find a parking place.
The path is maintained on an annual basis, holes are patched up and the vegetation is trimmed so that you won't damage your vehicle, although you have to be careful while parking close to bushes and low trees.
You can't reach the Dagita-Bay by car, but you have to take a 20-minutes walk to Cisterna-Bay. You will have to walk one part through a trodden path which leads through the coastal vegetation, after which you will have to walk on the rocky coast. This is not recommended for elderly people and small children.
Dagita-Bay is a wild beach that has no sports grounds, sanitary facilities, gastronomic or other services, so that we recommend that you take everything with you what you might need for a longer stay at the sea. The closest service offers are located within the Camping St.Paul (Sveti Pavao), approximately 1,5 km away from the Bay.
The beaches in Dagita-Bay are mostly stony and rocky with a difficult access to the sea, so that we don't recommend it to elderly people and children. There are no paths that lead to this part of the coast, so you will have to take quite a walk along the coast. There, you won't find any shelter from the sun in the coastal macchia, since it consists of low thick bushes, so that we suggest that you take a sunshade or similar sun protection with you, especially between 11a.m. and 3p.m., when it is not advisable to expose oneself too much to the sun rays. Although the beaches don't seem to be attractive, you will ceratinly find peace and intimacy here and discover the beauty and the diversity of the undersea. One of the sights of nature of this bay is the characteristic rosy colour of the stones that you won't find anywhere else on the coast of Rovinj.
It is the impossibility of accessing this bay by car, that makes Dagita well attended mostly by those who own or rent a craft. This is the reason why you won't come across crowded beaches, so that they are ideal for nudists.
The distance of these beaches from the civilisation results in a very lush submarine life. There are fish, mollusks and other sea animals and plants in abundance, so we certainly would like to invite you to bring a mask and foot fins with you and to enjoy the discovery of the seabed. Of course, please, bear in mind that some species are protected and that you are asked to respect the submarine eco-system and not to jeopardize it through useless destruction and pollution.
Beaches in Rovinj
- Description of Rovinj beaches
- Beaches on the map of Rovinj
- beaches for dogs
- nudism on Rovinj beaches
- Caution in the sea
- beaches for kids
- Moulin Rouge
- Bay Lone
- Golden Cape
- Bay Koronsun
- Bay Cuvi
- tourist settlemet Villas Rubin
- camping Polari
- camping Vestar
- Cape Babo
- Bay Cisterna / Bay Bacvice
- Bay Gustinja
- Cape Gustinja
- Bay Dagita