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Dubrovnik Overview

Dubrovnik Old Town

Dubrovnik is the city located at the south end of Croatia. It has it’s own airport as well as ferry terminal so it can be reached by air from vast range of European cities as well as by various ferries from Croatian cities, towns and islands as well as from Italy. Dubrovnik is city rich with culture and history so it is listed in UNESCO World Heritage List.
Dubrovnik old town was built in the 13th century and remains almost untouched to the present day. Tall walls surround Dubrovnik Old Town.

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Brijuni Overview

Brijuni  Roman  villa

Brijuni archipelago are attractive group of islands near Istria Peninsula, with the main islands Veli Brijun that is Croatia National Park and certainly one of the most interesting and original places on Croatian coast, maybe even surreal. One thing is for sure, there is no other place like Brijuni.

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Biograd na Moru Overview

Biograd na Moru

Biograd na Moru is a town and port in northern Dalmatia, 28 km south of Zadar. Once the crown city of Croatian kings today Biograd on sea is a well-known tourist and nautical center as well as the center of the Riviera that goes by its name.
Its location in the middle of the Adriatic coast surrounded by 5 National Parks and 2 Nature Parks, the vicinity of the Kornati Archipelago and Lake Vrana, its long-standing tourist tradition are only some of the reasons for choosing Biograd as a destination for an interesting and dynamic vacation.

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Makarska Overview

Makarska Coast Line

Makarska has always been the center of the surrounding region known as Makarska Riviera, both in an administrative, political and economic sense, as well as a center of culture, education, and since the mid twentieth century, tourism. Today, it is a city of more than 15 thousand inhabitants that encompasses picturesque villages at the foot of the Biokovo Mountain. Makarska is one of the most famous tourist destinations on the Croatian coast, attractive for its nature and good climate, rich in tourist attractions and full of hospitable hosts.

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Zadar Overview

Zadar Coast

Geograohical Position
The city of Zadar is situated in the heart of the Adriatic and it is not just an urban centre of northern Dalmatia but with its administrative, economic, cultural and political importance it constitutes the centre of the region with almost 90.000 inhabitants.

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Hvar Overview

Hvar: Main Square

HVAR, a town and port on the south-western coast of the island of Hvar; lies in the cove protected by the Pakleni Islands in the south and a low crest in the north.
Climate is typically Mediterranean, without major oscillations; 2,715 hours of sunshine a year.
An average air temperature in January is 8.4 °C and in July 24.8 °C; the annual rainfall is 789 mm (the winter months accounting for 66 %).
The vegetation is subtropical and very luxuriant (palm trees, myrtle, agaves, laurel, rosemary, pine trees, stone pines, etc.).

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Bol Overview

Bol Panorama

Bol is the oldest coastal settlement on Brač. It exists in the solitude of the southern landscape, at the foot of the Bol crown and Vidova Mountain – the highest island peak and at the same time the highest point of all Adriatic islands (778 m).
It stretches few kilometers along the coast. The sea in front of it is crystal clear, transparent waves resemble a cut crystal.
Bol has many beautiful beaches. To the west from Bol lies the beach Zlatni rat (Golden Horn) one of the largest and most beautiful attractions of the Adriatic.

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