Vrsar is a small town situated at the western Istrian coast, near the Lim Channel. It started developing on a hill but now it is expanding along the coast. It has about 2700 inhabitants who are now pr
Thanks to its favourable position and good connection with other parts of Croatia, Zadar is an excellent starting point for a round trip if you don’t want to spend the whole week only in Zadar.
Drvenik is a small coastal town on Makarska Riviera, 30 km south of Makarska. It was mentioned for the first time in the 13th century as a settlement under the Biokovo mountain; the oldest building in
The island of Rab and the homonymous city are located on the northern Croatian coast in the Adriatic Sea. The island is 22 km long and has 9480 inhabitants. The highest peak is Kamenjak, 408 m high. T
As the city of Split is the center-point of whole Dalmatia, Split really is an excellent base for taking one day trips. It is well connected with the southern and the northern part of Dalmatia, as wel
The Istrian peninsula has for decades been one of the most successful holiday destinations in Croatia. During the last 10 years the majority of the hotels have been renovated, camp sites and private a
Zizanj is beautiful small island in the Adriatic Sea, between Pasman and the Kornati Archipel, and yet only 4.5 sea miles (8 km) from the mainland Biograd na Moru.
In the time we live, it’s becoming more and more important to take care of our environment given the growing pollution and the use of non renewable resources which lead to the greenhouse effect.
When it comes to pet friendly hotels in Croatia, only one quarter of them are pet friendly unlike most countries in the EU and even some countries in the East. Hotel owners are afraid that some guests