Northern Adriatic

Rovinj one of the most beautiful Istrian towns, is situated on the Western coast of the Istrian peninsula. Here you will see historical monuments from Iliric, Roman and Venetian time. Visit the church of St. Euphemia and its bell tower with an unforgettable view of the whole town. Take a trip to Palud swamp or Romuald cave on the Southern side of Limski canal. Quarry “Cave di Monfiorenzo”, which is also nearby, is a geological “natural monument”.

The island of Krk is called “the golden island” because its sandy beaches, sunsets, wine, olive oil, and honey are all golden colored. This largest Adriatic island is connected to land by a bridge. Tourism on the island is focused on charming small towns of Krk, Omišalj, Malinska, Vrbnik or Baška. Visit any of these places on the island and take a walk through their narrow streets. Walking is not the only thing to do here, there is also diving, sailing, bicycling or surfing among others – your hosts will be there to assist you in your wishes. Vrbnička žlahtina is an excellent wine which goes well with traditional fishmeals, as well as shells spiced in fine olive oil.

The island of Lošinj used to be connected to the island of Cres but the Romans dug a canal between the two islands thus making a passageway for boats and ships. Around the island of Lošinj there are several smaller islands such as Unije, Ilovik and Susak which mostly consists of sand. The largest place on the island of Lošinj is Mali Lošinj famous for its beautiful beaches and pine trees. One can also see dolphins in the Lošinj archipelago where there is a reservation for these beautiful animals. There is also a day dedicated to dolphins celebrated in August. In smaller places on the island such as Nerezine, Ćunski and St. Jakov one can relax in the peace and quiet.


Central Adriatic

Zadar: “Little Croatian Rome” is surrounded with 5 National Parks: Paklenica, Kornati, Plitvice Lakes, Krka waterfalls and North Velebit. An hour or two by car or by boat from Zadar or other towns in the region takes you to all National Parks. Zadar is a place where people are friendly, you can have a glass of typical Zadar liquor Maraskin or talk about basketball because this sport made Zadar famous. Zadar is a town of rich cultural heritage; already in 1396 it had its university founded by the Dominicans in St. Dominic convent.

Šibenik is a town which successfully combines famous history and natural beauties. During your sightseeing visit the famous St. Jakov cathedral, the most important Renaissance building in Croatia.

Nature has given Šibenik, a town mentioned by kings, many islands and islets bathed in the blue of the sea and a fascinating landscape of National Park Krka. Šibenik is a town of tradition, beautiful nature and hospitability where you will always have something to do. Recently renovated hotels offer pleasant accommodation, and company is easy to find in restaurants, taverns or discotheques and cafes. If you wish for a change, visit the Krka Waterfalls and Franciscan convent situated on the islet of Visovac. You can feel the power of nature watching the roaming waters of Skradinski buk, largest waterfall crushing in a whirl of foam.

Murter is a place on the northern part of the island of the same name that belongs to the Sibenik Archipelago. The island is connected to the mainland by bridge in Tisno. Murter is located between two bays; the bay of Hramina where there is a marina and the bay of Slanica where there is a swimming beach. Murter is also known as a starting point for trips to Kornati National Park. Thanks to quiet, pebble beaches in the place itself and nearby, surrounded by pine woods, Murter is ideal for a family holiday. Apart from this, we also recommend Murter to active holiday lovers due to tennis courts, soccer fields, basketball courts and water sports equipment rental. Numerous restaurants serve Dalmatian specialties and several festivities take place in August.


Southern Adriatic

Welcome to Split – the center of Middle Dalmatia which is 1700 years old! Roman emperor Diocletian had a good reason to built his palace in this place, which can still be confirmed today by Split’s many visitors. You can see for yourself and experience Dalmatian charm and see what it is made of by coming to the town. Go for a walk around town and let it tell you its story, supported by its many cultural monuments. In the evening visit you can visit many bars or discotheques, see some of theater performances, go to a good concert or to a photograph exhibition. All these many events are parts of a cultural festival called Splitsko ljeto (Summer in Split). Preserve your memories in a bottle of olive oil or a bouquet of rosemary that will remaind you of summer for a long time.

Makarska riviera is one of the best-known tourist destinations in Croatia, embraced by the mountain Biokovo from behind and facing the Adriatic Sea. Makarska, Baška Voda, Brela and Tučepi are all famous places of Makarska riviera, known for their kilometer long pebbled beaches, activities for the whole family, entertainment and water sports, large offer of food and wine, and night life until the morning hours. Springs of fresh cool potable water, beautiful mountain herbs and colorful butterflies can be found on mountain Biokovo.

All this lies near Makarska, which is regularly visited and revisited by tourists. Makarska riviera is a good place to start for all who wish to travel around. You can visit Split and see Diocletian palace or hold the statue of Grgur Ninski by its big toe for luck, visit famous Marian sanctuary Međugorje, or head towards Dubrovnik which hasn’t failed to impress even the least impressurable with its architecture and atmosphere for centuries.

Dubrovnik is capable meeting even the finest expectations from its visitors. The town of museums and festivals, town of taverns and restaurants, a place of moderate Mediterranean climate and beautiful landscapes truly confirms the famous quote by Irish writer Bernard Shaw: “Those who seek heaven on Earth must come to Dubrovnik”. You will truly feel special staying at any one of the hotels in Dubrovnik, drinking coffee while enjoying the view of Lovrijenac, one of the towers in Dubrovnik, where the now legendary “Hamlet” is performed as part of the Dubrovnik Summer Games Festival or tasting rozata, a delicious, traditional dessert.