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THE AMAZING MAKARSKA RIVIERA

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The amazing Makarska Riviera in the Central Dalmatia Region, Croatia Croatians often remark that if you like long sweeping beaches, then the Makarska Riviera is the place to come. It’s true, there are arc shaped beaches mainly with small pebbles fringed by pine trees and with the awesome Biokovo mountains behind. Here and there the […]


FOCUS ON CAVTAT

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The beauty spot near famous Dubrovnik and a touch more laid back! This incredibly lovely little waterfront spot is just 15 kilometres (9 miles) south of Dubrovnik and yet many visitors say that Cavtat feels like a different world. There’s a pretty, long, arc-shaped seaside promenade lined with palm trees. Some people (including the journalist […]


ISTRIA’S GOURMET STORY

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The Istria region has always been famous for fabulous food and wine. Italians often make the short drive simply for a gourmet weekend break and the region has the highest number of award winning restaurants in Croatia. The country’s first Michelin star restaurant is here in Rovinj. Monte won the award in Spring 2017 and […]


A look at Split and the surrounding area

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A look at Split and the surrounding area. Split is Croatia’s second city (after the capital Zagreb). With a population of around 200,000, it is probably best known for the glorious old city and the palace of Roman Emperor Diocletian (both UNESCO heritage listed) along with its football team, Hajduk Split. Due to the location […]


Secrets of the Kvarner Gulf, Croatia

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SECRETS? …..DID YOU KNOW? LONGEST LUNGOMARE IN CROATIA Many places in Croatia have a lungomare (seaside promenade) and the one in Kvarner region is the longest. It is 12 kilometres from Volosko in the east to Lovran in the west, passing though Opatija, Ičići and Ika. Hugging the coast, passing pretty coves and stunning fin-de-siecle […]


Croatia’s Kvarner Region

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The Kvarner region of Croatia is often called “Croatia’s best kept secret”. It is well known to visitors from neighbouring countries who mainly drive there (from Vienna to Opatija in under 5 ½ hours and from Trieste in under 1.5 hours). It is also a very popular place for Croats living away from the coast […]


A Look at Trogir

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Trogir is a gorgeous place just 30 minutes’ drive north from Split and located in the northwest part of the Kastela Bay. The fabulous Old Town stands on an islet, separated from the mainland by a man-made canal and linked by a road bridge to Ciovo island. The marina is on Ciovo (over the bridge […]


What to See and Do on Korcula

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Pronounced “core-choo-lar”, this is an island loved by the British, possibly because of its Second World War history and the connections with the late Sir Fitzroy Maclean (his book “Eastern Approaches” is worth reading). Many visitors choose a two centre holiday combining the island with a resort close to Dubrovnik. Korcula is beautiful and covered […]


The Rather Famous Island of Hvar

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Located in the Dalmatia region in the South of Croatia, Hvar is the island that everyone around the world seems to have heard of, while local islanders are bemused by Hvar’s world fame. In the past ten years or so, press coverage has mentioned the “jet set island” with images of celebrities arriving by super-yacht […]


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