Posts Categorized: Croatia

Visit Zagreb – Croatia’s Finest

Zagreb boasts with a metropolitan population of over 1.2 million and it is both the largest city and the capital of Croatia. Situated upon the renowned Sava River, it is the economic, cultural and scientific centre of its parent country. With mentions of it reaching back to the 11th century, Zagreb can be considered one… Read more »

The 5 most spectacular National Parks in Croatia

Apart from the beautiful beaches and charming medieval towns, Croatia offers some of Europe’s most stunning national parks and most diverse wildlife. Of the eight national parks situated in Croatia, I picked five that I deemed best in terms of natural beauty, activities on offer and uniqueness in some way. But, needless to say, all… Read more »

The beautiful Islands of Central Dalmatia – Part 2

Hvar Island The Island of Hvar is one of the most beautiful and popular among the Croatian islands with its pine forest-covered hillsides, miles-long vineyards, olive groves and never-ending lavender field. It is also the sunniest place in the country. The island has been inhabited since prehistoric times but officially it was founded by the… Read more »

The beautiful Islands of Central Dalmatia – Part 1

Amazing beaches, secluded turquoise coves, lavender-covered hills, rich history, impressive architecture, beautiful fishing villages and stunning harbours characterise the magnificent islands of Central Dalmatia. The following is a list of places highly recommended to visit and easily reachable from Trogir and Split.   Bisevo The Blue Grotto or Blue Cave is a water-logged sea cave, a beautiful… Read more »

Visit Trogir

The Tiny Jewel of Central Dalmatia          Situated on the beautiful Croatian coastline halfway between Istria and Dubrovnik, the picturesque little island of Trogir is full of history, fascinating sights, winding medieval streets, a charming port full of sailboats and yachts and an infinite number of stunning beaches. Warm Dalmatian hospitality will surely melt your heart… Read more »