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Croatia A-Z: Adriatic to Zagreb
A country rich in culture and historical significance. From the shores
of the Adriatic to the capital, Zagreb, you will discover a paradise of fun, adventure and
Adriatic Awaits - Where History and Beauty Combine
The Croatian coast abounds with cultural-historical monuments from the
Roman period, blended with modern Mediterranean urban complexes.
Where the mountains meet the sea you will discover towns and cities
which are truly breathtaking. Most popular are the cities of Split, Sibenik,
Zadar, Rijeka, Opatija, Pula, Rovinj
Further paradise can be found on the countless islands which are
scattered throughout the coastline; Pag, Hvar, Krk and Brac have become incredibly
popular holiday destinations.
Crystal clear water, a wonderful Mediterranean climate, breathtaking
scenery and natural wonders make this a 'must see' destination. Not so easily described,
this is a region which must be experienced in person.
To See Heaven on Earth - Come to Dubrovnik
The magic of Dubrovnik, an imagination etched in stone, has evoked the
admiration of visitors since ancient times. Best known as the medieval town-pearl of South Dalmatia: listed
as such in the UNESCO registry of world monumental
situated in Southern Dalmatia, the most beautiful part of the Adriatic coast. Rich
vegetation, beautiful lakes, rare islands, white pebble beaches and the crystal clean sea,
all make this region an unforgettable experience for every visitor.
The town of museums and festivals, the town of taverns and
restaurants, the place of friendliness and breathtaking landscapes; the town of Dubrovnik.
The Variety of Zagreb - Few Capitals Compare
Zagreb is Croatia's capital and famous for its wealth of museums,
restaurants and nightlife.
Often ignored, as tourists make a beeline for the coast, Zagreb is an
exciting city in its own right and offers an invaluable window into Croatian culture.
With nearly one million people, Zagreb is the largest city and capital of
the Republic of Croatia. It lies at the foot of
Medvednica Mountain in the Alps, along the River Sava.
The architecture, streets and squares, and combination of historical
and contemporary monuments tirelessly maintain the preserved atmosphere of the older
times, interwoven with the new. A true encyclopaedia of the ages, Zagreb is not worth
Sent in by Ben Robinson.
Island Vir - Dalmatia
Croatia is a great country for summer holiday. The sea is clear and
clean, there are many tourist attractions along the coast and across the land.
The Island of Vir
is a small island situated in the Zadar archipelago of Central Dalmatia, with high temperatures,
many sandy beaches, cafe-bars, discos, and restaurants.
Sent in by Marina - Apartments
is a part of the Croatia's Dalmatian coast, about 60km long and only several kilometres
wide, squeezed under the towering Biokovo mountain.
The sunny climate and long, pebbly beaches make this region a popular
Try to visit islands in Makarska neighbourhood (Hvar, Brac, Solta,
You should also visit the mountain that dominates the coastline.
Biokovo is 1,800m high and offers great views of the coastal resorts and offshore islands.
When the weather clears you after the rain, you can even see Italy
from the top; an amazing view.
Sent in by Ivica Perko - Makarska Apartments.
Pirovac municipality stretches over an area of 41kmē, and includes
the towns of Pirovac, Kasic and Puticanje, which have approximately 2,000 inhabitants.
the municipal centre, is an ancient Dalmatian town situated in the Bay of Pirovac and
connected with Sibenik via an Adriatic tourist road.
Pirovac is 23km away from Sibenik, 48km from Zadar, 85km from Trogir
and 108km from Split.
Its bay is a natural phenomenon, cut 10km deep into the rocks and
Mediterranean vegetation; which mixes its luscious scents with the genuine smell of the
Sent in by Digits.
When to Visit Croatia
Visit Croatia -
especially along the Adriatic coast - after the summer season, in September or October;
when the temperatures are lower, yet it's still pleasant to swim in a crystal clear sea,
without the masses of tourists.
Sent in by Jernej Masnec.
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