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Useful Information for your Holiday In Croatia

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  SHOPPING Most shops open from Monday to Friday 8.00am – 7.00pm and 8.00am-2.00pm on Saturdays. In some places, opening hours may be longer where there are large numbers of tourists. Occasionally on very hot afternoons, small shops may close for a kind of “siesta” re-opening in the evening (this can happen in small places […]


The Foodie’s Guide to Brac Island

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As with most places in the Dalmatia region, the island produces excellent olive oil, local cheeses (usually sheep or goat), fruit and vegetables (much of it organic). Fresh fish is delicious. Special mention goes to lamb from Brac: in Croatia is as sought after as crab from Cromer in the UK. The animals usually graze […]


Places to Visit on the Enchanting Island of Brac

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The island of Brac (pronounced “bratch”) is the third biggest island in Croatia (after Cres and Krk further north in the Kvarner region). Brac is less talked about than Hvar, the neighbouring island to the south yet many travellers comment that Brac is a beautiful island with fabulous beaches and one that has not been […]


6 Hours in Dubrovnik

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Dubrovnik in a day – follow our 6 hours in Dubrovnik guide from the Croatia Experts: 1. Take a walk around the city walls, you will get a good perspective of the city and enjoy some amazing views. TIME: Up to 1 hour 2. Take a trip on the Cable car where you will experience […]


Dubrovnik Travel – 10 Experiences in and around Dubrovnik

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An Insider’s Guide   1. LOVRIJENAC FORTRESS The fortress is actually part of the famous Dubrovnik city walls but because this imposing stronghold stands separately from the walls, many people think it cannot be visited. It can and is included in the standard entrance ticket for the walls. Accessed by climbing steps by the bus […]


What to do in Croatia – An Alternative Guide

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1. Sea Champagne “Sea champagne” is produced on Krk Island in the Kvarner Bay (it cannot be called “champagne” because it is not produced in the Champagne region in France). A wine producer in Vrbnik on the island of Krk decided to experiment with laying down some of his bottles on the sea bed… and […]


Croatian islands uncovered!

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A VINEYARD THAT WAS ONCE AN AIRFIELD… THE ORIGINS OF FINGERPRINTING… A BEACH THAT CHANGES SHAPE… AND MORE   The islands of Vis, Hvar, Brac and Solta in the Dalmatia region of Croatia may all share the things that make a wonderful holiday – pretty coves and beaches, crystal clear sea, pine covered walking paths, […]


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