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Dalmatia
Island of Biševo
The islet of Biševo is located on the opposite side from Komiža on the island of Vis.
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island of Biševo
The islet of Biševo is located on the opposite side from Komiža on the island of Vis, Biševo is not only famous for its supreme Plavac Mali quality wine and its beautiful sandy beaches but also for the Modra špilja (Blue cave) located on the eastern part of the island. In 1884 the cave's outer entrance was perforated and since then has been accessible to the public. Through the outer aperture, the cave can be entered by paddle boat. The other aperture on the south side of the cave is located below sea level and sunlight infiltrates through it producing the characteristic blue colour, and objects are reflected with silver. The Modra špilja (Blue cave) is a great tourist attraction of Biševo that appeals to many divers.
Dalmatia
Island of Brač
The island of Brač has something for everyone. It is famous for its Zlatni rat beach situated outside of the town of Bol.
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island of Brač
The island of Brač has something for everyone. It is famous for its Zlatni rat beach situated outside of the town of Bol. The beach is a favorite destination of surfers and all water sports lovers. In the smaller places on the island such as Milna, Supetar or Bobovišće one can easily find peace and quiet in the authentic stone architecture. Visitors who wish to experience the atmosphere of a fisherman village are recommended to visit Positra, a small place near the bay of Lovrečina, an ideal spot for a fish picnic. Brač is famous for high quality stone, which was used for many cultural monuments in Croatia and abroad.
Dalmatia
Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is capable meeting even the finest expectations from its visitors.
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Dubrovnik
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.
Dalmatia
Island of Hvar
The island of Hvar will attract you with lavender scent, pleasant Mediterranean climate and more of sunny days in year than any other place in Croatia
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Island of Hvar
In the town of Hvar you can experience exceptional cultural-historical heritage together with health programs and beautiful nature. 700 hundred-year-old town walls surround the town. It's center, the largest in Dalmatia, is surrounded with Renaissance and Baroque palaces. Hvar is a trendy destination where you can have a good time in the evening and night, while party starts already in the afternoon in some of the bars with après-beach programme. You can dance in your bikinis! Guided by the love of history head to the town of Stari Grad. Smaller places such as Vrboska or Jelsa are beautiful peaceful and quiet places with narrow streets and romantic town squares.
Dalmatia
Island of Korčula
Beautiful island of Korčula was allegedly named after the heroine of Greek mythology Kerkyra, who came to live on the island on decision of sea god Poseidon.
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Island of Korčula
Beautiful island of Korčula was allegedly named after the heroine of Greek mythology Kerkyra, who came to live on the island on decision of sea god Poseidon. Korčula was also the home of Marco Polo, famous world explorer. Take a walk around Korčula and see the historic heritage in famous knight game called Moreška where the knights in red and black costumes fight over the affection of a lady. You will find yourself in another time altogether. Visit the town of Vela Luka, situated in a deep bay, have a drink of Pošip, Plavac or Admiral wines.
Dalmatia
Kornati Archipelago
The island of Kornat is the largest island in the Kornati island group National Park. Kornati are a true delight for sailors, divers and all people who want a secluded and peaceful holiday in nature. The clear blue sea rich in fish attracts many seagulls.
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Kornati Archipelago
The island of Kornat is the largest island in the Kornati island group National Park. Kornati are a true delight for sailors, divers and all people who want a secluded and peaceful holiday in nature. The clear blue sea rich in fish attracts many seagulls.

Kornat was inhabited already in prehistoric times. Evidence to this is a prehistoric stone ax found beneath Padinka hill on the island of Kornat. It is unusual to see miles and miles of stone rock walls, which were made by sheepherders and local population in order to preserve pastures on this modest land. You can reach Kornat or the surrounding islands by boat on an excursion organized by tourist agency which has the permission to organize trips to Kornati.


Dalmatia
Krka National Park
The Krka National Park is a spacious, largely unchanged region of exceptional and multifaceted natural value, and includes one or more preserved or insignificantly altered ecosystems. It is intended primarily for scientific, cultural, educational, recreational, and tourism activities such as visiting and sightseeing.
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Krka National Park
It was proclaimed a national park in 1985 and is the seventh national park in Croatia.

The Krka National Park is located entirely within the territory of Šibnik- Knin County and encompasses an area of 109 square kilometers along the Krka River: two kilometers downriver from Knin to Skradin and the lower part of the Čikola River. From the flooded part of the mouth, it is 72.5 kilometers in length, making the Krka the 22nd longest river in Croatia.

The source of the Krka River is at the base of the Dinaric Mountains, 3.5 kilometers northeast of the base of Knin and 22 meters below Topoljski Slap, Veliki Buk and Krčić Slap, which are noisy cascades in the winter but run dry during the summer.
Dalmatia
Island of Lastovo
An island in the southern Dalmatian archipelago, 13 km south of the island of Korcula, separated from it by the Lastovo channel; area 40.9 sq km (length 9.8 km, width up to 5.8 km); population 1,228. It stretches in the direction east - west. Between numerous hills on the island (the highest peak is Hum, 417 m) are karst valleys and fields. On the southern coast is a large and deep bay, which provides safe shelter during the bora and westerly winds.
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Island of Lastovo
On the eastern side of the bay is the place called Skrivena Luka (Hidden Harbour), with a low, sand coast. The western coast of Lastovo and the eastern coast of the islet of Prezba enclose a number of picturesque coves, well protected from the bora: Velo Jezero in the south and Malo Jezero in the north. Winters are very mild; an average air temperature in January is 8.3 °C, in July 23.9 °C and in August 24.9 °C. The annual rainfall is 650 mm and during the summer months only 53 mm. Summer heat is moderated by landward breeze. There are no permanent surface water streams on the island; potable water is found in the Prgovo field. The narrow coastal belt is dominated by rocky ground, but the interior of the island is under the forests of Scots pine and Mediterranean underbrush. The regional road connects the largest place called Lastovo with the village of Ubli on the south-western coast. Chief occupations include farming, growing of vines, olives and fruit, seafaring, fishing and fish processing. Regular ferry lines connect the island with Split, Vela Luka and Hvar.
Dalmatia
Island of Mljet
The island of Mljet is situated in South Dalmatia near Dubrovnik, with one part of the island being a National Park.
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Island of Mljet
The island of Mljet is situated in South Dalmatia near Dubrovnik, with one part of the island being a National Park. There are plenty of fish, crabs, shells or other seafood specialties like smoked octopus you can enjoy there. People usually associate Mljet with Odysseus, mythical king of Ithaca, who, after surviving a shipwreck, swam to a cave od Calypso and became her prisoner. Today one cave on the island is called Odyssey's cave. You can reach Mljet by ferry from Dubrovnik, Korčula or the Pelješac peninsula.

Dalmatia
Paklinski Islands
Pakleni Otoci - Hell Islands are the prettiest part of Hvar’s, if not the of whole Croatian riviera. A playful chain of woody isles, dipped in a clear, azure sea, a few resorts and swimming areas, and a number of little, hidden away beaches, stone terraces facing sun, and beautiful deserted lagoons make, as someone said, “An Arcadia in grasp of the palm.”
The resorts from the east to the west:
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Island of Palmižana
The oldest and most famous Hvar’s resort and the nautical marina.
Palmižana (Vingradišće lagoon precisely) is a spacious lagoon with shallow and sandy beach. It is surrounded by the thick, pine forest, fragrant heather and rosemary bushes and various, exotic plants.
There are several restaurants and B&Bs.
Palmižana can be accessed by the organised, regular boat connection from the port of Hvar.
Dalmatia
Primošten
Welcome to Primošten, a beautiful and irresistible small town between Šibenik and Split
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Primošten
Welcome to Primošten, a beautiful and irresistible small town between Šibenik and Split. Primošten was built on an islet which is connected with the land with a bridge, and it has developed itself into a well-known summer resort which has something for everybody.

You will surely become delighted with its long pebble beach and wild high rocks, which precipitate to the sea, as well as with the walking paths around old city walls.
Dalmatia
Island of Šćedro
Island of Šćedro has two deep and well protected bays. The ruins of the Dominican monastery could be seen- founded, together with a hospice for sailors, in 1465, and abandoned in the 18th century can be seen in the bay of Mostir.  The Latin name of Šćedro was Tauris from which derived the Italian Tauricola - Torcola. According to the Statute of 1331, the island was communal property and reserved for general pasturing.
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Island of Šćedro
The land was very fertile because of the dew and because it was overgrown with woods for centuries. The pine woods to the east are very attractive. There is still visible an old quarry at Stare Stine, while gypsum was picked up on the island to adorn the Baroque chapels of the cathedral. Šćedro is an islet 2,700 m off the coast, has a total area of 900 hectares and two well sheltered harbours which played an important role in Adriatic shipping history due to their protective qualities (štedri in old Slavonic means charitable; hence the name Šćedro). The islet offers pleasant walks, good swimming and beautiful views, especially on its western side (lovely view of Hvar's high mountain ridge especially at sunset). Šćedro's highest point is 110 m above sea level. The climate is milder than in Hvar and, due to night dew, grain crops used to be grown here in old times (see a plough from Šćedro in the Ethnographical Museum in Stari Grad).
Dalmatia
Island of Šipan
Sipan is the largest island in the Elafiti. The distance from Dubrovnik is 17km
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Island of Šipan
Elafiti are a group of 13 islands which stretch from the peninsula of Peljesac and Dubrovnik. The name comes from an ancient Greek word elafos – deer, therefore the deer islands. Other than reefs and smaller islands in this group you will find the islands: Olipa, Tajan, Crkvine, Golec, Kosmec, Jakljan, Misnjak, Sipan, Lopud, Ruda, Sv. Andrija, Kolocep, Daksa. Only Sipan, Lopud and Kolocep are inhabitated.
Dalmatia
Island of Šolta
To the west of the island is Brac and to the west is Drvenik Veliki. To the southeast is Hvar , and to the north is Split.
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Island of Šolta
To the west of the island is Brac and to the west is Drvenik Veliki. To the southeast is Hvar , and to the north is Split. Solta belongs to the middle Dalmatian islands. It lies in the central part of the Adriatic Sea, near its eastern coast. In the northwest Solta is ca 360km away from the coast of Marunska lagoon (the most drawn in part of the Adriatic) while from the Strait of Otranto (the border between the Adriatic and the Mediterranean Sea) in the southeast it is distant 390 km. Solta is 185km distant from the Italian coast and from the Croatian mainland 10,7km (Uranjica). It is at a distance of 15 km (9 nautical miles) from Split. The natural beauty of Solta has attracted and inspired many well known people. In 295 AD the Roman Emperor Diokletian built his fishery in one of Solta's bays.
Dalmatia
Town of Split
Welcome to Split – the center of Middle Dalmatia which is 1700 years old!
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Town of Split
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.
Dalmatia
Island of Šušac
The island is surrounded by endless open sea that makes you feel completely secluded from the rest of the world. When seen from distance, it seems as though Susac consists of two islands.

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Island of Šušac
Small island of Sušac lies 23 NM south of the island of Hvar and 13 NM west of Lastovo. Its eastern side is shallow and suitable for swimming while its southern and southwestern side is very steep with high cliffs and rocks. There used to be 200 people living on Sušac, but today there is only one family taking care of the lighthouse and one sheepherder. One can also see the remains of two churches on the island. The older church dates back to the 4th century. On the cliffs of the northern side of the island nature formed a small lake that can be accessed by diving through a 15m deep cave. Sušac lighthouse, situated on top of a cliff on the southwestern part of the island, was built in 1878 on a directive by Austro-Hungarian emperor Franz Joseph.
Dalmatia
Trogir
town called "town museum". In 1997 UNESCO enlisted Trogir's town center as a world heritage site
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Trogir
Do you know who Kairos is? According to Greek mythology it is a god of opportunity embodied in the character of a beautiful young man with wings on his feet, who, always in a hurry, passes mortal men and that who catches him by the tuft of his hair gets an opportunity – "a lucky moment". Do you know where you can see him? In Benedictine convent in Trogir, a town called "town museum". In 1997 UNESCO enlisted Trogir's town center as a world heritage site. Tower Kamerlengo, palace Čipiko, Radovan's portal... all this awaits you.
Dalmatia
Island of Vis
The island of Vis is situated farthermost from land.
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Island of Vis
The island of Vis is situated farthermost from land. Two of the island's largest towns are Vis and Komiža. The Antique town of Vis has naturally protected port. Once a fisherman village, Komiža developed into a pretty picturesque town. The coast of the island is indented and full of hidden bays and beaches such as Gusarica, Nova Pošta or Velo žalo. Near the island of Vis lies the island of Biševo, famous for its Blue cave with illuminated bed – an ideal boat excursion destination. The island of Vis is very popular among yachtsmen and sailors due to its many bays suitable for anchoring. It is also a popular destination for all who wish to relax in the peace and quiet of this enchanting Mediterranean island.
Dalmatia
Vodice
Welcome to Vodice, a town near Sibenik.
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Vodice
Welcome to Vodice, a town near Sibenik. If you would like a dynamic and event filled vacation, you have found the right spot. Vodice is well known for its lively tourist offering, entertainment events and hospitable locals.

They will await you as dear friends, while the natural peacefulness of the beaches and quiet coves will offer you a well-deserved rest. Vodice awaits you!
Dalmatia
Island of Žirje
The island of Žirje is the most distant island on the Šibenik archipelago.
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Island of Žirje
The island of Žirje is the most distant island on the Šibenik archipelago. It is a famous fishermen settlement and fishing area. Due to its distance from land but also because of its ferry connection to land Žirje is an appealing destination for people who whish to spend a peaceful holiday. Ferries connect the island of Žirje with the island of Kaprije and Šibenik.
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