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Nin

The early Croatian royal town of Nin is about 15 km away from Zadar. Inhabited for 3000 years, it is an important archaeological locality. There are the remains of the largest ancient temple in the Adriatic, mosaics, a church called the smallest cathedral in the world, a unique romantic period coronation church, the ancient Croatian ship Condura and so on. They all bear witness to the ancient times and the time when the town was the seat of the Bishop and the first capital city of the Croats. It is located in a shallow lagoon surrounded by fields and salt pans and long sandy beaches, and has the greatest site of medicinal mud in the country. Today, the welcoming hosts, culinary ... Read more

Posedarje

Posedarje is typical, small, Mediterranean place, settled on the coast of Novigrad Sea. If you have your own boat, you have the possibility of enjoying sailing, which you can enrich with water-skiing, that is especially adequate because of the stillness of the sea. Nearby the gravel beach, there is also the sandy beach. It is only 10 minutes away with small vessel or 5 minutes ride with a car. It is also very appropriate for younger swimmers as well as for beginners. It is also interesting for it's shellow water and if you want to reach the 1,5 meters depth which provides you safe and carelles swim,you have to walk or swim around 150 meters till you get there. The place is also ... Read more

Varazdin County

Varaždin County is famous for its Baroque splendour, its music and art, and its unspoilt wild-life and unique scenery. In the region between the River Drava and the forested slopes of Ravna Gora, Kalnik and Ivanšćica, the highest Zagorje mountain, lies a wealth of Croatia's historic and cultural heritage. The Varaždin area boasts so many tourist spots that it is one of the most attractive destinations in Croatia. The region has been inhabited from time immemorial, as witness the world-famous Vindija cave, which contains the first traces of prehistoric man in Europe. There are countless churches, from the small one in Lepoglava's Purga, decorated with Ranger's frescoes, to Varažd... Read more

Klenovnik

In written documents, first mentioned in 1244 for a medieval fortified city Klenovnik by 1244th Bela IV. Varaždin prefect gave Michael. In the late 14th century manor Klenovnik he briefly belonged to the gentry families Bubek. 1399th whatever. Klenovnik falls under county Celjske, of the 1458th far as 1490. Klenovnik owns King Matthias Corvinus that after his death the son inherits Ivaniš Korvin. Korvin turn ustupljuje Klenovnik his deputy John Gylayju 1508 that builds a chapel of St. Wolfgang. After the death Gylayja Klenovnik falls under the state fisc. Since the middle of the 16th century halfway 19.st owned by Draskovic counts, which are the 1616th built rectangular Renaissa... Read more

Split-Dalmatia County

Split-Dalmatia County is the central-southern Dalmatian county in Croatia. Its center is Split. The most important economic activity is tourism. Manufacturing and agriculture are in decline. The county is linked to the rest of Croatia by the newly built four-lane Split-Zadar-Karlovac-Zagreb highway and the Lika railway. Split-Kaštela international airport is used mostly by tourist charter flights in the summer. There is also a smaller paved airfield on the island of Brač. On the islands, settlements are smaller due to high emigration, but mostly urban in character. Among them are Supetar (3,000) on the island of Brač, Hvar (3,700) and Stari Grad (1,900) on Hvar and Vis (1,800) a... Read more

Stari grad (Hvar)

Stari Grad (Old Town) is a town in Splitsko – Dalmatinska County. It is located on the island Hvar. Stari Grad is the oldest town in the whole country, and that’s why it carries this name. Connections with mainland are very good, as there is direct ferry line from Split to Stari Grad, which transfer passengers and vehicles few times a day even the outside of the season. Total population of Stari Grad is 2817 inhabitants, but that is with neighborhood villages while just Stari Grad has 1906 inhabitants. Accommodation in Stari grad could be found everywhere, as it is a tourist destinations. Most of accommodation capacities will be found in private apartments and villas, but also i... Read more

Promajna

Promajna is a small fishermen village located south of Baška Voda. First people inhabited this area in 18th century, and today it became modern tourist destination with more then 230 inhabitants who are engaged mostly in tourism. Accommodation in Promajna is available in private apartments, great equipped houses and villas. There are around 1000 beds where you can stay. This place is perfect for family with children because of beautiful beaches near village. You can play football, tennis, indoor football, basketball, handball, volleyball or you can go cycling on nearby hills. Promajna can also offer you water sports such as sailing, scuba diving and surfing. From the aspect of g... Read more

Podašpilje

Podašpilje is a village in the Split-Dalmatia County. Omis is located about 7 km and 2 km of river Cetina, which offers the possibility of rafting on the river and cycling along the banks of the river. Close to Omis with its amenities and beautiful sandy beaches, will make your vacation unforgettable. Read more

Island of Solta

Solta is smaller island in middle Dalmatia, placed in front of Split and west from the island Brac. It is still a relative undiscovered island – which means there lots of untouched nature can be found on the Island. Through history Solta was a favourite island among great rulers and famous artists like: Emperor Diokletian, empress Teuta, famous poets Marko Marulic and Petar Hektorovic. Solta can be reached by ferry from Split. The main harbour on the island is Rogac. The trip with the car ferry takes about 1 hour. There is also daily fast boat line to Rogac, and to Stomorska on Friday and Sunday. Bus lines are connecting all part of the islands, main station is in Rogac, near th... Read more

Podstrana

Podstrana is an interesting touristic place located just 8 km away from Split which apart from its rich cultural inheritance, olives, wine and peaches, is known for its friendly inhabitants, good cuisine, 9 km of beautiful beaches making it one of the most attractive touristic destinations. The parton saint of Podstrana is Saint Anthony from Padova. Municipality Day is celebrated on the holiday of Saint Anthony, 13th June. Read more

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