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Due to its abundance of flora including the oleander, bougainvillea, palms and wild roses Ilovik is dubbed the Island of Flowers, but its distinctive feature are the tall eucalyptus trees.
Delnice is the largest settlement in the mountainous region of Gorski Kotar. Town is proud of its active culture, with walking and jogging being most popular activities.
Voted the cutest and the friendliest town in Gorski Kotar, with rich gastronomic offer. Its densely forested natural surroundings can be explored by cycling, hiking, horseback or on a tourist train.
Resting in a leafy and romantic setting at the foot of Risnjak Mountain, Lake Lokve is an artificial lake created by flooding of a vast valley during the 1954’s construction of the dam.
Situated on the Island of Rab this place is known for its exceptional natural treasure of 22 sandy beaches dotted along the indented coastline.
Located in the centre of the Liburnian Riviera and connected to nearby Opatija by a 12 km long coastal promenade known as the Lungomare, Lovran is a popular seaside resort and a natural sanatorium.
Located on the northern most tip of the island of Pag, Lun is a well known olive-growing region. Scattered with Olive Trees (some 1,500 years old) it is blanketed by the azure of the Adriatic sea.
Mandre is a great place for a peaceful getaway. This quiet fishing village has rocky and sandy beaches, lush vegetation and crystal clear seas.
The second largest settlement on the island of Cres, Martinscica is situated along a large bay. It is a favourite among seafood lovers, fishing enthusiasts and nature lovers.
Mošćenička Draga is a charming resort town situated near the town of Opatija. Tourists are attracted by its mild Mediterranean climate, beautiful nature, clear waters and gastronomic delights.
Novalja is the most popular tourist resort on the island of Pag. With a rich cultural and historical heritage, in the summer, visitors enjoy music and arts festivals and beach parties on Zrće beach
Osor is a small port town on the island of Cres. It lies in a narrow channel that separates islands Cres and Lošinj, which was built during the Roman era. Now the islands are connected by bridge.
Punat is a dreamy coastal village on the island of Krk. It is well known and proud of its olive growing tradition, it is a great pick for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of busy life.
Comprised of multiple mountain peaks (the highest is 1528m above sea level!) Risnjak NP is a haven for activity seekers. From Rijeka take a day trip and enjoy some hiking and mountain biking.
The rocky island with few trees is commonly referred to as the island of “Lace, Party and Cheese.” The island's main town Pag is known for its narrow streets and intimately close stone homes.
Bajer is one of several artificial lakes formed to sustain water in Gorski Kotar - a region with the highest annual rainfall. The placid lake is an ideal spot for water based activities.
Golubinjak Forest Park, established in 1961, is a protected area of outstanding nature offering a selection of well-kept trails ranging from gentle strolls to serious rock-climbing.
Malinska is located in a bay on the northwestern part of Krk Island. It has a long tradition in tourism, dating back to 19th century. With rich fauna, it is popular with tourists and hunters alike.
This uninhabited island with white shell of the abandoned prison adorning the cliffs has notorious history as a home to the only political prison ever to exist in socialist Yugoslavia.
Located underneath the Velebit ranges, Jablanac boasts the lowest mountaineering hut in Europe at 20m above sea level. Beside stunning scenery, local attraction is the Zavratnica inlet.
This small fishing place on the Island of Krk has evolved into a thriving tourist destination with beautiful beaches, pine tree forests, mild climate and modern accommodation capacities.
Dobrinj is the earliest settlement on the island of Krk, dating to the pre-Roman period. This hilltop town has four Medieval castles and was previously a centre of literacy.
Rabac is a Croatian resort town on Kvarner Bay, just southeast of Labin, in Istria. Long a small fishing port, Rabac has grown in recent years into a resort town with numerous villas and apartment ...Read More
Baška is the southernmost part of the Island of Krk. It is known for its old town, churches and beaches.
Located in the very heart of the Kvarner Gulf, Rijeka is the largest trading port and the second largest city in Croatia. It is also the home of Croatia’s biggest ferry liner.
Opatija has earned its reputation as the 'Nice of the Adriatic' and it's not surprising why. Opatija is located at the foot of Mt Učka, amongst lush foliage and green lavish parks.
Mali Lošinj is often referred as the heart of the island of vitality. Best known for its therapeutic climate and colourful houses overlooking a sheltered bay. This seafaring town is a popular resort.