Category: Croatia

Makarska Holiday Croatia

Makarska in Croatia is a really beautiful town in a dramatic setting. On one side you have the turquoise Adriatic sea and on the other the impressive cliff faces of the Biokovo mountains. The beaches are some of the best in Croatia.

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Plitvice Lakes, Croatia

The series of lakes and waterfalls going through a spectacular gorge are absolutely breath-taking and it is probably the most magical place we have ever visited.

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Trogir, Croatia

Trogir was voted best city-island in the world by National Geographic in 2015 and a is a place that is definitely worth visiting especially as it is so conveniently located between Zadar and Split. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has been since 1997.

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Omis, Croatia

Omis (pronounced Omish) is a small historic town that was once the pirate capital of the Dalmatian coast. If you look you will see remnants of watchtowers built high on the rocks where townspeople would watch for incoming pirates.

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Zadar, Croatia

The city of Zadar is a lesser-known historic port on the Dalmatian coast although it is fast becoming one of Croatia’s top destinations for its history and culture. This is one city we didn’t want to miss seeing.

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Nin, Croatia

Nin in Croatia is really small but in beautiful surroundings located on a small island in the middle of a sandy lagoon.

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Umag, Croatia

At just 10km from the Slovenian border, Umag is at the beginning of our road trip through Istria.
The compact old town has attractive narrow, cobbled streets whilst its coastline is full of pretty little bays.

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Split, Croatia

Split is a fascinating place to see and more of a living museum not only a tourist destination as the Croatian people have maintained this palace and still live their everyday lives in it but it still holds onto its ancient history.

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Dubrovnik, Croatia

We stood out on deck as we approached Dubrovnik looking out to the Adriatic Sea which was gleaming under the waking sun. With the beautiful backdrop of the mountains, it was absolutely stunning.  The port of Dubrovnik is such a pretty palm-fringed harbour that we immediately felt relaxed and so happy to be there.

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