Sveti Andrija (called Crveni otok in the second half of the 1990s) is an island near Rovinj. Mediterranean macchia and old coniferous forest prevail, and flower parks and paths are arranged near the hotel and the annex.There are numerous beaches on the island, mostly rocky with the usual coves covered with pebbles. The most visited are those on the south side of the island near the hotel and the annex, next to which there is a large number of service facilities: restaurant, swimming pool, mini golf course and more. A small part of the coast near the harbor is covered with gravel and is suitable for children and the elderly, while on the west side there are several higher rocks for jumping into the sea, and on that side generally gathers a smaller number of bathers and guests. The nearby island of Mashkin is artificially connected to Sv. Andrija, and the beaches on it are rocky or rocky with gentler notches and smaller bays, while the most visited ones are located near the snack bar on the south side.
№571 in Islands of Croatia