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Mulini Makes Condé Nast Traveler’s Best 8 Beach Clubs in World

Mulini Beach Bar (photo: www.montemulinihotel.com)

Mulini Beach Bar (photo: www.montemulinihotel.com)

Mulini Beach Bar, located at the newly opened Mulini Beach on the island of Rovinj, has been voted among the best beach clubs in the world…

Situated in a bay below the Lone and Monte Mulini hotels, Mulini Beach bar, which has 50-seat capacity, made the Gold List 2016 of the Best 8 Beach Clubs in World published by prestigious world travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler.

Croatia’s coastline blips with bespoke festivals these days, like Ibiza in the golden years, and ripples of this new attitude have hit the medieval town of Rovinj. A modernist-white promenade curves away from the yacht-jumbled harbour and around to this chiselled lido, planted with thyme, rosemary and smart navy-blue umbrellas, where staff in jaunty straw trilbies mix mango Caiprinhas and deliver pretty jars layered with octopus, minty cous-cous and capers. In between dips in the warms, rakia-clear water, Mulini Beach Bar’s wine menu should be examined intently: Istrian vintages are ripe for discovery, especially the honeydew Malvazija whites (the nearby Hotel Monte Mulini has a longer list, and a fine restaurant). As night falls, DJs twiddle bubbling electronica and crunchy beats, and you can gaze across to the sea-sieged, Game of Thrones-y old town and spire of St Euphemia, lit up like a gin palace across the water – writes Condé Nast Traveler.

Mulini Beach Bar

Mulini Beach Bar

As well as the Rovnij beach bar, La Susana in Uruguay, People Bar in Spain, La Plage in France and the High Rooftop Lounge in LA also featured in the top 8. Check out the Condé Nast Traveler’s Gold List 2016 here.

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