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Ruskamen

 
Ruskamen Ruskamen a hamlet of the village of Lokva Rogoznica and an excursion destination 7 km southeast of Omis. It has far-stretching pebble beaches along a forest of pine reaching the sea. On a prominent location there is a villa built in citadel-style, formerly the property of the Deskovic family. Close to it is a modern tourist complex. Ruskamen is 5km from centre of city Omis....
 

Samobor

 
Samobor Samobor quaint, charming town is very picturesque and well worth your time. It is only about twenty-five minutes from the eastern end of Zagreb by car, and it is near the Slovenian border. ==== SAMBOR - ATTRACTION All within walking distance from the center of town, there is a historical museum (worth the visit), castle ruins on a hilltop, and a pleasant path to walk along, the sights to see including a delightful chapel in the forest. ...
 

Biograd

 
Biograd Biograd is a city and municipality in northern Dalmatia, Croatia. Biograd is administratively part of the Zadar county. It is located on the Adriatic Sea coast, overlooking the island of Pasman. The city of Biograd is a noted tourist resort with a long tradition. Its full name is Biograd na Moru means By the Sea. ==== BIOGRAD - ATTRACTION It is set amongst crystal clear waters overlooking the olive Isle of Pasman, and the beautiful Kornati archipelago. From the majestic Velebit Mountains to the graceful Krka waterfalls, the five national parks in this region make Biograd a unique destination. Undisturbed sea flora and fauna is the perfect invitation for scuba diving and snorkeling. Nearby islands and nati...
 

Gradac

 
Gradac Gradac is the southernmost touristic locality of the Makarska Riviera in southern Dalmatia, Croatia, located between Makarska and Ploce. It is about 40 kilometers distant from Makarska, situated halfway between Split and Dubrovnik. ==== GRADAC - ATTRACTION The southern part of Makarska Riviera which stretches from Drvenik to Gradac is situated beneath the steep slopes of Biokovo, with beautiful pebble beaches. One of the oldest existing edifices in the territory of Gradac is the chapel of St.Pasquale on the Mt. Plana, with a barrel shaped vault, and a saddle roof. Next to the old parish church of St. Antonio there is a local cemetery and the new parish church of St. Michael built in 1852, precisely in the ...
 

Island Lastovo

 
Island Lastovo Lastovo possesses all the basic characteristics of the Mediterranean climate dominated by mild, moist winters and warm, long and dry summers. The average annual temperature of the island is ca. 15 deg C. The island spreads over 50 square kilometers. Its dolomitic valleys are located between limy hills and they often contain layers of red soil and quartz sand. The valleys are often surrounded by mild calcareous slopes rich in caves. The coast-line is mainly steep and the surrounding sea is deep. ==== ISLAND LASTOVO - ATTRACTION Lastovo is the Adriatic island richest in natural forests. Particularly various and lively is its underwater life. There are no richer fishing areas in the Adriatic than those of Lastovo,...
 

Komiza

 
Komiza Komiza, set in a bay on the south- west side of the island of Vis, facing the sea and the sun, gives the possibility of relaxing and swimming from May till October. It has preserved its authentic charm of a fishermen townlet's harmonious and peaceful way of life. ==== KOMIZA - ATTRACTION Situated in a deep bay, whose eastern coast abounds with large pebble beaches (Kamenica, Gusarica, Nova Posta, Velo Zalo), Komiza offers excellent visitor opportunities: quality accommodation facilities - hotel, apartments, and a number of cultural and historic sites - monastery, fortresses. Komiza enchant you with its untouched nature, beauty of its fields, numerous bays and beaches, clean sea, stone streets and houses. It w...
 

Kraljevica

 
Kraljevica Kraljevica is a town in the Kvarner region of the country of Croatia, located between Rijeka and Crikvenica, approximately thirty kilometers from Opatija and near the entrance to the bridge to the island of Krk. Kraljevica lies in the Vinodolski channel, at the entrance to the Bakarski bay, on a slightly inclined slope, in an area of favorable climate. The city is located at a very good natural harbor point. It is populated in 15th century, and at first named Portorium, meaning the customs place, latter corrupted to Porto Re - royal port, or in Croatian version which is in use since early 17th century - Kraljevica. ==== KRALJEVICA - ATTRACTION In addition to having the oldest shipyard on the Adriatic, Kraljevi...
 

Kravica Waterfalls

 
Kravica Waterfalls A trip to the waterfalls will be one of your vacation's absolute highlights. Apart from offering spectacular scenery it's a great place to fish and it's an even better place to swim. ==== KRAVICA WATERFALLS - ATTRACTION The cold, clear water falls into a small valley. From noon onwards (when the sun gets hot) some of the water particles being hurdled into the air vaporise putting a lid of mist on top of the valley making it a pleasant shade-like feeling to be there. Getting tired of relaxing on the sandy beach you can head out into the pool of water which is also covered by a sandy bottom. If you are up to it you can swim across the pool (notice how the water gets colder and colder), climb the rocks and jump....
 

Krka National Park

 
Krka National Park Krka National Park is one of the Croatian national parks, named after the river Krka that it encloses. It is located in central Dalmatia, in Sibenik-Knin county, just a few kilometers northeast of the city of Sibenik. Krka was proclaimed a national park in 1985 and is the seventh national park in Croatia. It is famous for its numerous lakes and waterfalls. Many waterfalls are here. ==== KRKA NATIONAL PARK - ATTRACTION It's definitely a Must See when your traveling the Croatian Coastline. It's fantastic to swim around in the fresh and cold water of these Waterfalls. Many Families are traveling there. The Entry Fee is around 10 Dollars but its worth it! Take a waterproof Camera with you....
 

Kutina

 
Kutina Kutina is a small city in central Croatia, the largest settlement in the hilly region of Moslavina, in the Sisak-Moslavina county. ==== KUTINA - ATTRACTION The main attractions are Lonjsko polje nature park, highly decorated baroque church Saint Mary of the Snow, old wooden houses called Trijem (eng. Porch) or Cardak, green wooden hills of Moslavina hills with ruins of medieval burgs. Special attraction is Wine roads of Moslavina, where you can try Croatian and regional genuine wine Skrlet (Skrlet). ...
 

 

 

 

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