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Great summer party locations in CroatiaAugust 22, 2012 - Croatia
Zrce - Novalja on Pag Island The biggest Pag's bay is surrounded by 20 km of pebbly beaches. The City of Novalja is full with restaurants and other catering establishments and it offers numerous one-day excursions, different activities and adventures. One of the best places on the Adriatic for summer night life. Novalja is an ideal place for night life.
Croatia’s coastal region Dalmatia - a food and wine lover’s paradise.July 03, 2012 - Croatia
Croatia - considered a part of both Central Europe and Southeastern Europe - is best described as a Mediterranean intersection of tradition, culture and gastronomy. Having been occupied and influenced by various groups over the centuries, from the Romans to the Venetians and later the Hungarians, Austrians and Italians, the country’s cuisine is a kaleidoscope of fare with the heritage of those who have occupied it. The Italian influence can be seen all along Croatia’s coastline. With a myriad of restaurants, hotels and wineries, Croatia’s coastal region Dalmatia is a food and wine lover’s paradise.
Split, a Croatian City That Seduced a Roman EmperorMay 15, 2012 - Croatia
An amazing feeling creeps up when you visit the coastal city of Split in Croatia for the first time. You see an entire city that grew out of the ruins of an ancient Roman palace, much as a walnut tree might grow out of a walnut shell. The modern main streets are the same streets built by Emperor Diocletian; the 1700-year-old stonewalls, columns, and sphinxes jump out at every turn. Because of its ideal climate, with 2,700 hours of sunlight each year, local people have a few nicknames for Split: "The most beautiful city in the world" and "Mediterranean flower".
Hvar Island In Croatia: One Of The Top Destinations For 2012February 14, 2012 - Croatia
Hvar is Croatia's premier island, which is known as the sunniest island in the Adriatic (2,724 hours a year on average), its beaches, nightlife and celebrity draw. But there is much more to discover that the beach and vibrant nightlife - Lavender festivals, off-road safaris, Neolithic caves and ancient religious traditions, all washed down with the finest wine and fish - Hvar has it all says Paul Bradbury – author of Hvar: An Insider's Guide to Croatia's Premier Island.