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Blue Cave on Biševo Island is one of the most magnificent spots on the Adriatic because of an amazing glowing blue light that seems to emanate from the cave.
A buzzing little town Bol is home to the most famous beach in Croatia ‘Zlatni Rat’. The pebbled golden horn shaped beach is connected to the Old Town by a pine tree and garden lined coastal promenade.
Cetina River is known for its relatively easy rapids and breathtaking scenery with lush vegetation, waterfalls, caves and canyons, offering many multi adventure activities.
The island of Čiovo was settled in the prehistoric times. The Romans called it Boa island. Today, a drawbridge connects the island to the open air museum town of Trogir.
Located on one of the sunniest Croatian islands with its secluded coves, Hvar is often referred to as the Monte Carlo of Croatia making it a popular choice with the international jet-setters.
Marjan is a hill on the peninsula of the city of Split. It is covered in a dense pine forest and completely surrounded by the city and sea, it is perfect for walking, hiking and cycling.
Milna on the island of Brač is the perfect example of a typical Mediterranean village. With lovely stone houses made from Brač limestone of course, beautiful beaches, abundant fish and fresh produce.
Mosor is a mountain range near the city of Split on the Adriatic coast. It is part of the Dinaric Alps, and stretches from the pass of Klis in the northwest to the Cetina River in the southeast.
The picturesque village of Murvica is found on the the island of Brač. Surrounded by neat vineyards as well as crystal clear Adriatic Sea must-dos are visiting Dragon's cave and the Dračeva Luka cove.
Pučišća is a special coastal town located on the island of Brač. Together with renaissance and baroque buildings you’ll find beautiful beaches, restaurants, and a tradition of stone masonry.
From Omiš Radman’s Mill is a lovely day trip. Located on the coast of the Cetina river it is accessible by boat and road. Here enjoy the serenity of nature, delightful gastronomy and tales of folklore
The island of Ravnik is home to the spectacular Green Cave. The natural wonder is the sister of the Blue Cave and can be visited on a boat excursion from Vis, Split and Hvar.
Sumartin is a town on the easternmost cape of the Brač island. The residents speak a different dialect than the rest of the towns on the island. Home to the Franciscan Monastery and St Martin Church.
Maslinica is a small settlement and port on the western side of Šolta Island. Maslinica's castle is now restored as a heritage hotel. Stay until sunset to witness a breathtaking view.
With over 1,700 years of history, Split today is a modern Mediterranean city and traffic centre of Dalmatia with road and sea connections to the numerous summer resorts.
The open air museum town of Trogir, built in the 15th century, is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Connected to the mainland by bridge and surrounded by islands, rock and pebble beaches.
Easily accessible from Split and Makarska, the Island of Brač is covered with olive groves and vineyards, and is famous for the export of its lustrous white marble stone.
The sheltered seaside town of Makarska is located in the centre of the Makarska Riviera. Popular for its wide promenade with bustling bars and cafes, and a long pebbled beach looking onto the islands.
One of Croatia’s most popular but remotest islands, Vis was once known for its thriving fishing industry and today it is visited for its beautiful beaches, bays and the nearby famous Blue Cave.