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An endangered species, bottlenose dolphins find the Adriatic an ideal habitat. Much effort goes into their preservation and protection, and as Bomi Ship has always been environmentally friendly, in April of 2016, we...

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When visiting the peninsula of Pelješac, this miraculously preserved wonder of Mediterranean nature and culture, you can easily get the feeling that someone placed you into the scene of an old movie. Maybe the...

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Zinfandel has cult status in America. It's the thirds most widespread grape variety and makes up 23% of total wine production in US. It's produced by more than 250 American winemakers and bottlers in more than 4.800 various wine labels....

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On the first leg of a road trip to the Balkans and the Baltic, our writer and his family hurtle through the rain to reach the brilliant sunshine of Croatia.
View from the Kamp Lili campsite on Hvar island in...

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Tourism in Split received its latest high-profile endorsement on July 28, 2015, as celebrity chef Andrew Zimmern from Bizarre Foods named Split as "probably the best summertime warm-weather vacation...

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So you heard about Croatia, everyone that’s been there fell in love with Croatia, they love their culture, they love their food, their coast and we all love to spend our vacation there but many don’t know...

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We bring you the most interesting festivals
recommended by www.clubbing-croatia.hr that will light the atmosphere
on the coast during the summer.

Trogir 31.07. -...

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Read here what has New York Times wrote about our most beautiful town in Croatia

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/28/travel/what-to-do-in-36-hours-in-split-croatia.html

Split, in central Dalmatia, has it all: Roman ruins and...

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As you set your foot on Brac, kind hosts shall start lavishing you with dried figs, carobs and almonds; traditional Brac treats that are an essential part of every Brac table. Everyday cakes ingredients are simple and...

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HOTEL DAMIANII - A GENUINE PEARL

In Duce, close to Omis, some twenty kilometres south of Split, a genuine pearl of Dalmatian tourist offer is located: Damianii hotels - boutique...

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KOD MARKA TAVERN, SIPANSKA LUKA
Sipan tavern Kod Marka belongs to one of the esteemed taverns among yachtsmen, so during the nautical season it is pointless going there without making a prior appointment, the...

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But a handful of years ago, it seemed disaster had befallen the seabound jet set; the Med's marinas, it emerged, were full. No Riviera retreat for the Riva. No beautiful birth for that beautiful boat. No super spot...

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Dol, an old village on Brac: was first recorded in 1337 in church books. Vineyards interchanging with olive groves across island slopes neatly furnished by human hand, the scent of the sea, pine trees and aromatic...

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When you're hooked onto a good memory, distance means nothing: the power of recovered memory of your old home will bring you straight back to the backyard of the days gone by. Old homes, forgotten and neglected...

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Amongst the abundance of events being organised along the Adriatic coast this summer, some of the most interesting ones will be taking place in Porto Montenegro — one of the most attractive summer destinations in...

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The outstanding location at 20 kilometres from Split city airport Resnik, and 40 km from the city itself, and quiet, family atmosphere are the main advantages of Marina Agana, located in Marina near Trogir. Agana has...

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It is located in naturally protected Puntarska Draga bay, Punat Marina belongs to the oldest specialised nautical ports in Croatia, founded in 1964 in the arms of Punat shipyard. The very first yachts man-guest that...

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Rovinj stands for one of the most romantic cities on the Mediterranean, and blue depths around rocky half-island that host the ancient city is furnished with fascinating reefs, caves and shipwrecks that used to sail...

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With summer just around the corner, yachting tourists are already searching for their seasonal homeport - some expecting spectacular views from their hotel room, some looking for culture and events. We want to draw your...

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Days are longer and warmer, and pink wines are more popular drops on the palate of wine connoisseurs, amateurs and - especially - veterans! Until recently, very rare, and not particularly acknowledged, wines of this...

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Unique monumental and natural sites of each state are invaluable for the entire mankind. People do their best to protect them, preserve for the next generations, present and promote their value. Unfortunately, such...

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What does the future hold when it comes to saving this grand empire that used to grow in the vineyards? Does the Republic of Croatia have a strategy to protect that fortune, by covering it with Heavens`s veil? The...

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Archaeology is the systematic study of past human life and culture by the recovery and examination of remaining material evidence. Many archaeologists on their quest for eternal truth in time give up, while not being...

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Water, Fire, Earth or Air? If we had a choice, regardless of the criteria, probably each of these elements would find its ‘audience’. Iconography motiv from the Middle Ages based on Empedocles’ theory...

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Dubrovnik is a rare example of natural beauty, spiritual greatness and immense human power. If you visit Dubrovnik you will feel the palm of the saint protector holding the town, the beauty offered to the world, willing...

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The island of Brac is like a world to itself. Almost a micro cosmos with its synthesis of rich cultural-historical heritage and stingy nature that has always been defining things on the island - in the early history...

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Crystal blue sea, endless lines of beaches, restless rivers and magnificent mountains have enhanced Montenegro with everything necessary to spend an unforgettable vacation there. It is situated in the heart of the...

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Juicy and delicious, the fig (Ficus carica L.) is a distinctive queen of the Mediterranean, its fruit is among the healthiest in the world; and with its many connotations it helps create an ideal summer evening: with a...

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This is the spot where open sea collides with up to 200 m high cliffs. The spot where one feels the wheel of time cannot be stopped. The spot where one forgets about himself and at least for a moment feels unified with...

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Codes of behaviour in marine protected areas
All the species have their roles in nature, particularly in sensitive areas like national parks and nature parks. An animal or a plant you might stumble upon during...

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Brijuni can be refered to as Hollywood among marine protected areas in Croatia. Since roman times this island has been an attraction for high societies and as a proof of this fact we can find there remaining of roman...

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If we compare Lastovo to a ship, Lastovo is a completley different ship. It holds both mild and wild features. Just like the sea it is surrounded by, Lastovo could be referred to as „sailing ship“ out of...

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As the legend says, antique hero Odysseus spent seven years on Mljet as a captive of the sea nymph Calypso. He was stranded on the rock Ogiran (wich is still a dangerous rock for seafarers). So he swam into a cave wich...

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From Casiodorus, to Dante, who wrote his immortal verses, enthralled by the epic scenes of the blue expanse, and all the way to George Bernard Shaw, who found his paradise on Earth right here. Croatia has allways been a...

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The Croatian coastline extends to a length of 6.278 kilometres. The spread of the Adriatic islands is ideal for yachtsmen. They strech, with breaks here and there, along most of coastline, in a string from Rijeka to Dubrovnik. Usually not more...

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The anchor a boat is not allways easy and safe anchoring is very important to save the good sailing memories as well. Although harbours and marinas offer safe havens, anchoring in the peace and quiet of the Adriatic...

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Tomic
"Savour your hours"

Andro Tomic was born on Hvar and has dedicated his life, to wine. After twenty years of professional training at different faculties,...

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UMAG - JIMMY WOO CLUB & GOLDFISH BEACH BAR
The newly opened spots aimed at meeting all teh wishes of the visitors it might have, whethever they come because of the famous ATP Umag Open tennis tournaments, or...

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CRES
An authentic urban and architectual identity of the settlements and the indented coast of Cres Island and the surrounding archipelago, with plenty of natural anchorages off the main nautical routes, are the...

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Paklinski or Pakleni Islands - named for paklina, thick resin used in shipbuilding - these islands are among the Adriatic's best loved places, especially among nautical tourists, and are a must - see if you're...

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Welcome aboard, Benvenuti a bordo, Dobro dosli na brod - I must have said that sentence hundreds of times in the past ten years, and still it gives me the same pleasure to say it every time I welcome new guests aboard...

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Punjena parika - green pepper stuffed with minced meat.
Broštulani menduli - sugared almonds.
Brujet / Brudet - a popular fisherman's casserole dish with various fish, onions, tomatoes, olive...

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In shark - free, crystal clear waters with gentle tides, visibility on a sunny day can reach up to 50 meters. You can dive without a flashlight. Some 10.000 scuba divers a year explore caves, underwater cliffs and...

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LAVANDER
If you would like for your house to smell of the dried flowers of Hvar lavender which extends throughout Croatia.
Ecologically produced, hand planted and harvested, Hvar lavender may without a...

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There are no rare cases when they appear in the Adriatic sea - Kornati archipelago...

The most known and represented dolphin of the Adriatic Sea is Tursiops Truncates who moves close...

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The vista of the OLD CITY OF DUBROVNIK is one of the best-known panoramas of Croatia and of the whole of the Mediterranean area. Indeed, the first sentence of the description of Dubrovnik in the UNESCO List of World...

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“ The Gods wanted to crown their creation and on the last day they turned tears, stars and the sea breeze into the isles of Kornati “   George Bernard Shaw 1929.

KORNATI NATIONAL PARK comprises altogether 89...

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