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If you are staying in Split area and looking for someplace close to get away from the crowds and enjoy a day on the water, then Šolta might be just the place for you. Šolta is one of the nearest islands to the mainland and is very easy to get to. Best option would be … Read More

What to Expect on a Full Day Boat Trip to Hvar from Split

Anyone who has been to Croatia will tell you a visit to one of the many islands is essential. Fortunately no matter how long it is you can easily visit one or more island from the mainland in a single day. One of the most popular day trips takes you to the mainland to see … Read More

COVID-19 – 7 Travel Safety Tips to Croatia

Are you planning to travel to Croatia during COVID 19 pandemic? There is a corona virus update that Croatia has open his borders with other EU and UK citizens and it is the only countries in Europe to allow enter third country nationals including American. The citizens can enter Croatia with the proof of accommodation … Read More

8 Awesome Things to Do in Split

Split is a scenic city lying on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea. Just 200,000 residents are in this ancient and largest city on the Dalmatian coast and second-largest City of Croatia. Greeks, Turks, and Romans had ruled this place; therefore, their culture has a stamp on the City. Split is highly famous for … Read More

A Beginner’s Guide to Boat Rentals in Trogir

There is no better way of exploring the beauty of Trogir then renting a boat and sailing across the numerous Islands on Croatian coast. During the span of last few years, Croatia becomes well-known for its high quality charter services. A Large number of marinas and ports all over coast have been recognized as some … Read More

Why to rent a boat from Trogir?

During high season time Split area gets crowded. There is no chance you’ll be able to find not even the parking spot. Huge traffic, people everywhere and Split, which is usually really big city becomes too small. Just half an hour away there is an UNESCO protected town named Trogir. The Little Venice of Dalmatia … Read More

Hvar town attractions worth to see

The island of Hvar is the queen of the Croatian Dalmatian islands. It has been famous since the antique because of its important strategic and nautical position, the rich of the various historical periods, the culture and natural monuments. It is situated in picturesque nature, facing the southern, side of the world that has given … Read More

Vis Island – Navy Island

Vis is the most mysterious island in Croatia – even to locals. One of the most distance islands in middle Dalmatia, Vis spent most of the recent history serving as an Navy base and it was closed for public from 50s until end of 80s. This isolation preserved island and now it became a unexplored … Read More

How to reach Hvar from Split?

Here are some useful tips for your trip to Hvar island. The easiest way to reach Hvar depends which type of transportation do you prefer. Most usual way if you travel by car, bus or train, first you need to reach Split or Drvenik town where you can take a ferry to Stari Grad or catamaran … Read More

Dalmatian rules

With approximately 1,200 islands, azure waters and picturesque villages rich in history, Croatia is drawing more and more travelers to its shores. In fact, Croatia closed the 2012 tourism year as the Mediterranean’s fastest growing destination, luring travelers with its pristine national parks, adventure sports and UNESCO World Heritage sites such as the medieval Old Town of Dubrovnik.  While … Read More