Visiting Groznjan, Croatia: What to See, What to Do and Where to Stay

Groznjan Croatia is a must-see destination for those who want to discover the treasures of Istria hilltop towns. It is also one of the off the beaten path destinations in the country, so not very touristy! At an elevation of 260 meters above sea level, this picturesque town is situated on the plateau above the … Read more

Pula, Croatia Travel Guide: What to See, What to Do, Where to Stay

Welcome to Pula Croatia, the oldest town on the east side of the Croatian Adriatic coast. Situated at the southern tip of the Istria peninsula, lies under seven hills at the bottom of a wide and well-protected gulf. Pula (Pola in Italian) is the largest town in Istria region and the eighth largest city in … Read more

Dubrovnik Banje Beach Guide: Everything You Need to Know

Banje beach is one of the most popular beaches on the southern Dalmatia coast. I do remember this beach when it wasn’t so fancy and lavish place, like today. However, the fact is that it’s the magnet for shooting memorable photos with old city walls and Lopud island in the background. But, lets say, if … Read more

Travel Guide to Ston, Croatia

Ston Croatia is a small fortified town on Peljesac Peninsula, about 54 km north-west of Dubrovnik , well known for it’s medieval walls that circle the town itself. This town is also well known for it’s oyster production in nearby Malo Stonski Bay as well as for it’s salt works in the near vicinity that … Read more

Croatian Cuisine Guide: Amazing Croatian Foods You Must Try

Croatian cuisine has a strong influence of different cultures that have impacted the country over the course of its history. As the consequence, cooking in Croatia demonstrates deep diversity, which depends on which part of the country you intend to visit. Consequently, there’s an obvious difference between the Italian-style cooking along the coast and the … Read more

Guide to Vis Island, Croatia: Best Beaches and What to Do on the Island

Vis Island is the most remote of all Central Dalmatia islands, the last natural paradise in the eastern Mediterranean, a perfect summer gateway. It’s one of the last havens that from 1945 to 1992 for almost 40 years was a military bunker, an island off limits, isolated and inaccessible to foreign visitors. Only from 1992 … Read more