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In last decade Croatia scuba diving vacations and snorkeling holidays has become significantly more attractive to diver lovers from all over the world. This small Mediterranean country has a long diving tradition.
Here is the interesting video of a new ship ‘Vis’ wreck, as it became the first ship intentionally sunk in Croatia to become a diving attraction. It is sunk just off Cape Kamenjak on the Istrian coast, which is considered one of the most attractive places for diving on the coast. Read more here!
Like Paris or London, Dubrovnik will get a panoramic wheel to enrich its tourist attractions. The wheel will be placed at Gruz harbor or in Batala zone.
It will have a restaurant, cafes and the place for business meetings. It says the wheel would open up new jobs. Read more here!
While enjoying your holidays in Croatia, learn where are the best white and red wines from Istria to Dalmatia and Croatian islands.
An useful wine map of Croatia to find all best wines by region, from chardonnay, pinot blanc, gewurztraminer, riesling in area 30 km Southwest from Zagreb capital, Istria's white wine malvazija (malvasia) or Dalmatia's plavac mali, indigenous Croatian variety which was discovered to be a the child of zinfandel. Here you can read more!
Luka Modric's wonderfully struck volley was enough for Croatia to overcome Turkey and gain a measure of revenge for quarter-final defeat at Euro 2008.
The Real Madrid midfielder scored from 30 yards before half-time to continue the run of spectacular goals in France.
Croatia, who sealed third at this venue in the 1998 World Cup, were on top and twice hit the bar via Darijo Srna's free-kick and Ivan Perisic's header.
From Croatia week news , Zagorje Turkey, one of famous symbols of the North West of Croatia has today been given geographical origin protection status from the European Union.
Zagorski puran (Turkey) is the 11th Croatian food product protected at EU level, joining Poljicki soparnik, prsut from Drnis, Krk, Istria and Dalmatia, extra virgin olive oil from Cres, mandarins from Neretva, sour cabbage from Ogulin, kulen from Baranja, and potatoes from Lika. Read more here!
Leading portal Business Insider have included 2 Croatian islands on its 17 tiny European islands that you’ve probably never heard of, but should definitely visit list.
At a small village Sutivan on island of Brac, a new 5 stars hotel has been inaugurated. The privately run Hotel Lemongarden with its 22 Suites & 6 Rooms, offers everything for your relaxation and pleasure.
Whether regional, seasonal specialties in the restaurant of a 5-star level, the fine wines from the well-stocked wine cellar, or the bar, the Mediterranean ambiance invites you to relax and enjoy the island atmosphere.
No matter whether you are staying in a luxury maisonette, luxury suit, or superior double room - a vacation at Hotel Lemongarden is a vacation in an oasis of serenity.
Enriched with a lush garden of the aromatic fragrance of the open blooms of the lemon flowers, mixed with roses and hibiscuses. A real place to enjoy every moment of your stay inside 300 year old walls of the stone houses. Book your holidays in this 5 stars hotel!
British low-cost airline Jet2 has announced a new flying route between London (Stansted) and Split twice weekly (Wednesdays and Sundays) starting on 2 July 2017.
KLM, the Netherlands flag carrier airline will launch its first routes to the Croatian city of Split in 2017. KLM will fly between Amsterdam and Split starting on 22 April 2017. Initially they will operate on Saturday and Sunday.
From 9 July 2017 they will increase the frequency to six times weekly. Using a Boeing 737-700, they will fly daily (except Saturdays).
The first serious snow of the winter hit the Croatian capital Zagreb on Friday (January 13) afternoon and continued to fall into the night.
The ‘romantic’ atmosphere was captured by the city’s keen Instagramers. Here are some of the pick of the shots.
Long awaited catamaran timetable between Split/Dubrovnik/Split is finally published for 2018. Both maritime companies, Krilo and Jadrolinija will keep this popular line, connecting Split with Dubrovnik.
Jadrolinija route starts on 01 June 2018 and runs until 1 st October 2018 but unlike 2016 instead to run only to Bol (Brac island), this year runs as far as Split. It's scheduled to leave Split daily at 16:15 PM, sailing to Bol, Hvar town, Korcula and arriving in Dubrovnik, Gruz port at 22:10PM.
On the way back this catamaran will leave Dubrovnik daily at 07,15 PM, arriving in Split catamaran port at 12:55 PM, docking at same islands port. Here you can download 2018 Jadrolinija catamaran timetable and prices Split-Dubrovnik-Split.
All destinations on this route are bookable online from Jadrolinija official website!
Krilo company will maintain its catamaran on this route starting from April 16 2018 to May 06, four times a week. From May 07 to October 15 2018. it will sail daily between Split to Dubrovnik and back. The only difference between this company and Jadrolinija is that Krilo docks at Mljet island. Here you can download 2018 schedule !