Destinations

 

Split Riviera

Split Riviera is a place in which Nature set about creating masterpieces; in a relatively small area, a meeting of the impossible has taken place. Here, the vast range of the mountains plunges right down to the crystal sea.
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Hvar Island

Hvar Island has larger number of sunny days than any other in the Adriatic and the beginning of human activity has been the rousing shelter for many people, since Neolithic Mediterranean builders
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Vis Island

Vis island is the destination of choice for those visitors who desire the experience of the unique, today largely lost, true Mediterranean atmosphere and way of life. A unique cultural and historical heritage, crystal clear sea; beautiful, secluded beaches, and many small coves and isles will leave you breathless.
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Brač Island

Rich history and stunning nature of the island attract each year more and more people from various corners of the world, leaving them with unforgettable impressions and memories.
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Šolta Island

Šolta island is situated close to Split – you can reach it in only 45 minutes by a ferry. Despite such a close proximity of the city, Šolta’s characteristic feature is its pristine natural charm. With only 1,5 thousand habitants, 24 gulfs and natural beauty, Šolta is a place where you can find quiet and serenity wherever you are.
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Dubrovnik Riviera

Characteristics of a turbulent past have left many traces of sovereignty and of naval forces so the Dubrovnik Riviera is abundant in places with a long historical memory, cultural and natural heritage as well as Renaissance cottages built in the sea coves surrounded by gardens and parks.
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Korčula Island

The Korčula Island is called to be a jewel of the Adriatic Sea. The island is serrated by a number of isles and inlets, and a typical hallmark of the island is its thick vegetation. On all sides, you can take pleasure in swimming on countless beaches, diving in an deep blue world of the sea.
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Mljet Island

Mljet is one of the biggest islands you can see while entering Dalmatian Adriatic from south. It is the greenest island in Croatia, full of Mediterranean vegetation, clean blue sea, sandy coastline and a beauty of marine life. The island is said to be one of the most wonderful Croatian island as well.
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Lastovo Island

The island of Lastovo is the biggest island in the Lastovo archipelago, containing 46 isles and reefs. It has a history of habitation dating back to the ancient Illyrians, through the Roman times to the present day. Its population is around 800 by the last census, which doesn't fluctuate as much during the season, like some other islands in the Adriatic.
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Elaphite Islands

The Elaphite islands consist of large number of reefs and rocks and eight islands and five islets. They are located just west of Dubrovnik and give a special touch to that part of panorama, especially at sunset, when they seem the most beautiful.
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Makarska Riviera

Its excellent location in the heart of Dalmatia, its crystal clear, warm Adriatic water, its carefully tended environment and many cultural, entertainment and sports events, make Makarska Riviera one of the most popular tourist destinations in Croatia.
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Trogir Riviera

Passing through Trogir riviera you will find richness of Mediterranean vegetation, olive orchards and vineyards, numerous islands and caves, gravelly and sandy beaches. Intact coastline is very favourable to sailors.
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