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Brijuni

March 31, 2010 by  
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Brijuni

Group of islands that lies close to Istria’s western coast, only 6 km from Pula make  Brijuni archipelago, known for their mild climate and rich vegetation. Brijuni National Park – Brijuni is a group of islands that lies close to Istria’s western coast. Its most beautiful part was proclaimed a national park in 1983. The [...]

Korcula

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Korcula

Korcula – Named by the greeks after the black Forests (Korkyra Malaina) of holm oak that blanketed the interior, Korcula has long been one of the most prized islands of the Adriatic. For centuries shipbuilding was a major source of income (the trees produce long, sturdy, wooden planks). Meanwhile the stone quarried at Vrnik was [...]

Elafitski otoci

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Elafitski otoci

The Elaphite islands are small group of islands lying offshore just to the north of Dubrovnik. Elafitski otoci (The Elaphite islands) – lying offshore just to the north of Dubrovnik, this small group of islands was a popular place for Ragusan nobles (nobles of old Dubrovnik) to spend the summer. They build lavish villas here [...]

Dugi otok

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Dugi otok

Dugi otok is jewel in Adriatic sea whose people try to hide it from the rest of the world, but such place can no longer to be a secret. Dugi otok – is the largest island of Zadar archipelago with many numerous bays, Sakarun and Telascica are the most famous ones. Telascica is also a [...]

Pag

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Pag

Pag – The island with the most indented shoreline on the Adriatic (total length, 280km), Pag has noumerous sand and pebble beaches, kilometres of stone walls, ancient olive groves and the intoxicating fragrance of sage. The island is renowned for its Paski sheep’s milk cheese, salt, lamb, meat, the ‘Zutica’ and ‘Gegic’ ehite eines as [...]

Ugljan

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Ugljan

Ugljan – The island of Ugljan lies is several nautical miles away from Zadar, and it is connected to the island of Pasman by a bridge. It has been inhabited since the Roman times, which can be seen through the remains of Roman convents and old summer residences. Noble families from Zadar used to built [...]

Hvar

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Hvar

Hvar – one of the most popular holiday islands in the Adriatic, Hvar is long and slim, and lies perpendicular to the Dalmatian coast. Island Hvar, Hvar Town, the capital, sits on the southwest corner of the island. Ruled by Venice for many centuries, it was one of the first safe ports of call for [...]

Brac

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Brac

Brac – Brac was the source of much of the stone that built the Venetian cities; is is still quarried today. The island was used as a summer retreat by the upper echelons of society from Roman Salona and Split. It later came under Venetian rule, but its buildings are relatively low-key compared with other [...]

Pasman

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Pasman

Pasman – Pasman lies along the Biograd Riviera on the coast, making one of the most beautiful channels – Pasman channel. On beautiful and sunny coast there are many fisherman’s ports with green vegetation and sunny beaches. You can find an accommodation and comfort bed and breakfast suits or camps. The island of Pasman is [...]

Murter

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Murter

Murter is a tipical fishermen’s village souranded by olive trees and sandy bays. By its hospitality, it will make your stay unforgetable. Near Murter there are Kornati Islands, magic landscape of sun, sea and stone, where the prople of Murter will make you experience the feeling of a real rest in their numerous fishermen’s cottages.

Rab

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Rab

Rab – the smallest of Kvarner’s main islands, rab is popular with tourists, who are attracted by the lush vegetation and fine sandy beaches. There’s only one main town on the island, Rab, set on a narrow isthmus and recognizable for the four church bell towers that pierce the skyline. Rab is Mediterranean island that [...]

Losinj

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Losinj

Losinj – Seperated form Cres by the Kavuada canal, the island of Losinj (also known as Lussino) is a popular destination for holidaymakers. The island’s main claims to fame are the magnificent beach at Cikat Bay, with its strands of protected ancient pine forest, and the busy main town, Mali losinj, which is near the [...]

Krk

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Krk

Krk – The largest of Croatia’s offshore islands, Krk (also known as Veglia) was ruled by several powers throughout the first millennium before becoming the fiefdom of the Frankopan family. The island is connected by a road-bridge to the mainland, but it also boasts an airport. The Romans settled the capital, Krk town, but the [...]

Kornati

March 30, 2010 by  
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kornati

Kornati – The Kornati route- for Modern day Robinsons This route concentrates on the surroundings of the Kornati National Park, an archipelago of 147 island, islets and reefs in a sea area of 234 square kilometres. The most interesting national phenomenon on Kornati are cliffs on the western side of the archipelago, also called crowns. [...]

Pakleni otoci

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Pakleni otoci

Hvar and Pakleni otoci – When docked in city harbor you can enjoy in day and night atmosphere of the town. Pakleni otoci are one of the favorite nautical destinations on the Adriatic. Palmizana marina is situated in an attractive lagoon on the St. Clement island.

Nautical Tourism

March 2, 2010 by  
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NAUTICAL TOURISM  in Croatia has become more popular over the past few years. It is actually a tourist product for it is related to water sport activities (recreational activities and regattas) and entertainment. The importance of nautical tourism is really significant, for it will improve the services Croatia offer and its development means revitalization of [...]

Mljet

January 4, 2010 by  
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Mljet

Mljet National Park – Mljet, an island in the southern Dalmatian archipelago, south of the Peljesac Peninsula. Only the western section of this long thin island offshore from Dubrovnik is classified as a National Park. It protects rare and unbroken tracts of verdant Aleppo pine forests, plus their surrounding coastal shallows. On the peak of [...]

Vis

January 4, 2010 by  
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Vis is situated farthermost from coast land. Two of the island’s largest towns are Vis and Komiza. The Antique town of Vis has naturally protected port. Komiza was once a fisherman village, now Komiza developed into a pretty picturesque town. The coast of the island is indented and full of hidden bays and beaches such [...]

Island Cres

June 15, 2008 by  
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Island cres

Cres CRES, an island in the external range of the Kvarner group of islands. It stretches almost along a meridian, from Jablanac Cape (Glavina) in the north to Suha Cape in the south, in the length of 68 km; area 404.33 sq km; population 3,238. The highest peak on the island is Gorice (650 m). [...]