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DESTINATIONS

DESTINATIONS

Istria, the largest Croatian peninsula, reveals its uniqueness from its appearance. Its landscape is often compared with Provence or called ‘Little Tuscany surrounded by sea’.
Istria is a land of different cultures, natural beauties and warm people. Its also known as the land of great wines, truffles and olive oil.
Pula is the largest Istrian city, famous for its Roman Amphitheatre, Rovinj, one of the most ‘photogenic’ towns in the Mediterranean and the majestic town Poreč adorned by the UNESCO protected monument  Euphrasius Basilica.
The beauty of Istria is not all in its coastal towns. The true pearl lies in its hinterland and small towns such as Motovun- famous for its truffles, Groznjan and Labin.
The Kvarner Bay separates the Istrian coast from northern Dalmatia. Beautiful Kvarner islands Krk, Cres, Losinj, Rab and Pag.are worth visiting.
 Rijeka is the third-largest city and Croatia’s largest port while Opatija known as the „Old Dame“ is a remarkable seaside resort town with a long history of tourism stretching back to the times of the Austro-Hungarian Empires  
 
 
 
 
 
Zagreb the capital of Croatia is a charming medieval city of exceptional beauty known for its spirit and architecture, green parks and walks, with many places to visit in the beautiful surroundings.
With a tradition of almost one thousand years, Zagreb has become the scientific, political and economic center of Croatia.
Zagreb is also the hub of business, academic, cultural, artistic and sporting activities in Croatia. 
 
 
Hvar is situated on the south-western coast of the homonymous island, in a marvelous bay protected by the Pakleni otoci. Due to its favourable strategic and nautical position, Hvar has been famous since Grecian times. History has endowed Hvar with rich cultural remains and those imprinted in literature whilst diverse nature boasts diverse scenery from dense olive groves to serene lavander fields and green vineyards.
Cristal blue sea , diversity of sceneries, olive groves, endless fields of lavender and vineyards, historical monuments, ruins and ancient villages make the Island Hvar one of the most popular destinations in the Adriatic. 
 
 
Split is a vibrant Mediterranean city with great landscape of mountain and sea, the cultural and political center of Dalmatia and a perfect start point for exploring of the coast and islands of the beautiful Croatian Adriatic.
This is the place with an impressive historic background crowned by the Diocletian Palace, a city declared as a world heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979.
Split has excellent connections with the rest of Croatia and Europe and becomes more and more an attractive tourist destination  
 
 
Dubrovnik – the pearl of the Adriatic is one of the most magnificent cities of the Mediterranean.
Unique for its impressive medieval forts and monuments, with more than a thousand-year old history, Dubrovnik was in 1979 included in UNESCO World Heritage Site list.
The particularity and uniqueness of Dubrovnik is its permanent live connection to its rich past and its cultural heritage, while it keeps vibrantly in pace with contemporary life.
Outside of the Old Town, Dubrovnik is modern but relaxed, the city with the long tourism tradition.
With a wide range of high quality hotels, stunning venues and charming places Dubrovnik is the most exclusive and unique incentive destination in the region    

 
 
 
 
Croatia is a unique country where the Mediterranean, high mountains and the Panonian plain come together into a unique harmony. This is a land of a thousand islands, magical nature and rich heritage, with 7 UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. 
For centuries Croatia has been an intersection of different cultures and influence of culinary heritage from all over the world has left its mark on gastronomy. 
Croatia has always been a place of the authentic beauty and true inspiration.