Destinations

With almost 10 kilometres of stunning, interrupted coastline, Brela is Dalmatia's richest village in beaches.
The smallest and northernmost Croatian county, Međimurje, is something like a Croatian Hobbiton, only replace the Hobbits with friendly, hard-working locals and add rolling vineyards, hearty food, rich cultural heritage…
Easily the finest undiscovered gem of Istria, Labin is located in the Eastern part of the peninsula. The town used to be known for coal mines, but these days it's…
Central Istria’s biggest town, Pazin is one of the best starting points if you want to explore the often neglected inland Istria, which can be just as enchanting as the…
Being a somewhat wild and mysterious place, Cres is Croatia’s biggest island, still mostly undiscovered by tourists. Which doesn't mean that there isn’t plenty to discover. 
There is a location in Croatia that can claim the title of a sailing tourists' dream come true. It is the Kornati archipelago in central Dalmatia!
Capital city of Istria, Croatia, Pula's Roman heritage is second to none. Pula Arena is the best-preserved Roman amphitheater outside Italy and a national emblem. Brimming with history yet vibrant…
It is often said to be Zagreb's beach or Zagreb's only seaside neighborhood. But, Crikvenica has so much to offer to their guests coming from anywhere!
The cities in Croatia are diverse, dispersed, historic and stunning. Each has its own unique charms, attractions and heritage.
A guide to the Makarska Riviera town of Tučepi. Its great beaches and superb restaurants make it one of the best choices for holidays on this stretch of the Dalmatia…
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