We meanwhile took around 10.000 photos from all areas of Croatia, we are purely amateur photographers with amateur equipment, but sometimes we actually manage taking some great shots.
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|The City of Split has become a popular tourist destination, during the last years. The 1700 hundred city centre build around the palace of the roman emperor Diocletian is of course the main attraction. But Spilt has more to offer, in the summer you have daily cultural happenings like concert, exhibitions or celebrations. Here you can see our Split photos|
|Trogir has more or less everything what a holiday destination needs. Historical old town with lots of sights and a beautiful architecture, accommodation for about 20.000 guest in the peak season, 4 nice beach, sand and pebble with in a radius of 5 km from city centre, an airport 6 km away. If that didn’t convince you, maybe our Trogir pictures will.|
|Situated 12 km an 45 minutes with the car ferry from Split, Brac is an easy holiday destination to reach, the Island is maybe not as well know as the Island Hvar, but never the less, the island a recommendable and cheaper alternative. On the island you have 8-10 coastal cities to choose between, the most famous is Bol. You can have a look at the cities here – Brac Photos.|
|Primošten and Sibenik are nice cities, especially Primošten can be recommended as a holiday base, as you can see on the Primošten photos it has nice beaches. Around Sibenik there is a few large hotel complexes, but it is of course also possible to find accommodation in the city centre, as you can see on the Sibenik Photos, it is maybe not the worst place to be!|
|The city of Makarska is situated at the Makarska Riviera, just below the Biokovo Mountains and nature park. The peak of the mountains Sveti Jura rises 1786 meter above see level just behind the city, which gives an amazing panorama view, From the small peninsula Sveti Petar you can take some excellent panorama pictures of Makarska|
|The National park Plitvice lakes, is one of the most visited sights in Croatia, the park which are under UNESCO protection is an amazing nature experience and excellent place to get some great pictures. The park is open whole year, each season is full of new impression. We have visited the Park in summer and in autumn, which gave these amazing Plitvice Pictures.|
|Zadar is becoming a more and more popular destination in Croatia, which is no wonder when you take a look at our Pictures from Zadar, the old town peninsula is full of historical sights like the Forum and the roman ruins, also recently build things like the See organ and the greeting to the sun, both have won architectual prices and are sights you should not miss out on.|
|Croatia has an excellent offer of Camp along the Adriatic cost, last year we started camping, and here you can see pictures from our camping trip to Camp Oliva in Rabac, which is a great family campsite. We of course also visited to the historic town in Labin from here there is an excellent view on Rabac bay. You get the best Labin Pictures you get from the church tower.|
|Although it for obvious reason can not be 100% confirmed it is likely that the famous explorer Marco Polo was born and living in Korcula. You will find lots of thinks related to Marco Polo in the old town, but this should not be the main reason for a visit, as you can see on our Korcula Pictures, other place like Lumbarda and Vela luka can also be recommended|
I hoped you like our small gallery, which is just a few of the pictures we have from Croatia, here you can see more pictures, Dubrovnik, Island Vis, Island Pag, Island Biševo, Pula, Porec, Rovinj, Istria and other places in Croatia.
If that is not enough you can visit our Panoramio account where we have around 4000 pictures online
Wery nice description of all towns. On nightlife.hr you got description of best discos and caffe bars in Split, Sinj, Imotski and Zadar and also every week new pictures.
We are staying in Split end of June for 3 days. We want to visit Hvar and Brac. Would you recommend a private excursion? I see Split Excursion where it offers tours. It is a bit pricey but is it worth it? We are on a budget but willing to do this if it is well worth the money. We are looking at the Blue Cave and Hvar island. There is also a Tour called Hvar and Pakleni islands which is a bit less. What would you recommend? Thank you.
Brac you can visit on your own, Visitin Hvar on a day trips is possible, but a bit complicated, Blue cave is not possible on you own within a day.
I had some quest here in May, they did the trip to Blue Cave and Hvar Island, they where quite satisfied. i don’t know about the other tours.