Destinations

Stari Grad

Stari Grad

Quiet Stari Grad

This was the first settlement founded by the Greeks all the way back in 385 BC.

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Primošten

Primošten

The first city founded by Croatian tribes

Primošten represents a perfect mixture of culture, history, adventure, beautiful beaches, but also modern types of fun such as nightclubs.

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Baška

Baška

From Baška to the Moon

Baška, placed in a bay at the end of our biggest island Krk, will not catch your eye just because of its nature, perfect beaches and crystal-clear sea.

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Korčula

Korčula

Architecture lessons on Korčula

Located on the island bearing the same name, this place is located on the bottleneck between the island and Pelješac peninsula, overlooking a historically very important trading route.

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Cavtat

Cavtat

A gem of Ragusa

To this day, Cavtat remains a treasury of art, culture and historic wealth, kept in the Rector’s palace, the museum and the churches, in the Picture Gallery and the many private family collections, that we’re built up through the centuries by the wealthy merchant families of the Republic.

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Šibenik

Šibenik

Discover Šibenik

Šibenik originated beneath the fortress of St. Mihovil on a cliff near the mouth of the Krka river, and through many stipulations and after numerous battles with nearby towns, fighting for land supremacy, became a full-fledged city with the founding of the Šibenik diocese in 1298.

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Hvar

Hvar

Sunniest Place in the Adriatic

Hvar is undoubtedly one of the most popular Summer destinations in Europe.

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Split

Split

The second largest city in Croatia

Situated on a peninsula on the Adriatic coast and surrounded by the mountains Kozjak and Mosor, Split is the second largest city in Croatia, just after Zagreb, its story starts 1700 years ago with a Roman Emperor and a strong desire to rest.

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Omiš

Omiš

Small town with a multi-thousand-year history

Founded over 2000 years ago, Omiš originates from Oneum, a small village situated on the foot of a large hill just north of today’s Omiš.

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Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik

A Fantasy Come to Life

Dubrovnik today is by far the most popular place to visit in Croatia, and for good reason. The scenery, the ancient structures everywhere you go, the amazing food and the romanticism of the place speak volumes and justify its status.

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Vis

Vis

The Secrets of Underground Vis

If you have heard of Vis island, then you know why it’s slowly becoming one of the most popular places to visit: the unique serenity enveloping the entirety of the island, small villages which seem stuck in time and countless secluded beaches.

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Zadar

Zadar

The City of Sea Song and Sunsets

Its old core is located on a peninsula with the modern part of the city stretching inland. It’s even connected to the island of Pag via a bridge, making Pag an artificial peninsula.

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Betina

Betina

A Story Told Through Wood

Situated on the island Murter, it got its name from the shape of the bay it occupies (“bet” is an old Celtic word meaning “mouth”).

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Vela Luka

Vela Luka

A Tale as Old as Time

Almost every available inch of it is what the place got its name from: Vela Luka directly translates into The Great Port.

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Mljet

Mljet

Odyssey in the Adriatic

The main attraction of the National park Mljet are its two salt lakes, Veliko and Malo jezero (Great and Small lake) which are a truly mesmerizing sight.

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Salona

Salona

Ancient Salona

Only a few kilometers away from Split, you will find the ruins of a city once great and powerful. The origin of both Diocletian and today’s town of Solin, I am talking about Salona, the former Roman capital of the Dalmatian province.

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Trogir

Trogir

A Sandwiched Island Town

Trogir is a perfect day trip destination which brings in visitors both domestically and internationally

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Brijuni

Brijuni

Visit the safari park in Veliki Brijun

If you are done with your hectic schedule and planning to visit an island, you must plan a visit to Brijuni in Croatia.

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