The Total Croatia Project – About Us
Thank you for your interest in Total Croatia. A little more info about us.
The Total Croatia project started in October, 2011, in a cafe in Jelsa on the island of Hvar.
In an attempt to improve tourist information about Hvar in English, I decided to start a portal called Total Hvar. The aim was to write 5-6 articles a day, every day, to give tourists a bigger pictures about the island, beyond just beaches and nightlife.
More than 9,000 articles about Hvar later, the site was a big success and the Total concept started to expand. Dedicated portals for Split, Zagreb, Korcula, Dubrovnik
We have a dedicated team of writers – both Croatian and expat – in various parts of Croatia. These include Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Split, Mali Iz, Rijeka
We have since expanded into neighbouring countries, and Total Slovenia News and Total Montenegro News have both become an important source of regular daily news in their respective countries.
While so much content, however, I began to
The idea of a new website, compact and focused, was born. Total Croatia consists of just over 100 articles. The aim of the site is to answer the questions people ask. If we can provide a clear framework, then link to the wealth of information on TCN and other websites, Total Croatia has the potential to become a great resource for all.
To follow the latest news from Croatia, why not check out Total Croatia News?
About Us – Paul Bradbury
I am a Brit who swapped the sunny life of being an aid worker in Somaliland for the sunniest island in Europe, Hvar, back in 2002. B
Apart from running the Total Croatia project, I am also the author of two books. Lebanese Nuns Don’t Ski, and Lavender, Dormice and a Donkey Named Mercedes are available on Amazon. I have also written Split: An Insider’s Guide (with Mila Hvilshoj) and Hvar: An Insider’s Guide.
I also do blogging for businesses, so for anyone interested in this service, don’t be shy.
Is there a topic you would like to see covered on Total Croatia? Do you have an update to an article, or corrections to be made? We would love to hear from you – contact us at [email protected]