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Trogir represents one of the oldest cities on the Adriatic coast in Croatia, with the main 'centre' of Trogir being a small island located between the hills and the coast of the island of Ciovo. The entire Trogir Riviera is made up of 20 islands, islets, small counties and little villages, making...
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Sukosan is a picturesque little town located in the Zlatna Luka bay, about 7km south-east of Zadar. Sukosan is known for its vineyards, olive groves and farming as well as a sought after destination amongst sailors thanks to its marina Dalmacija - the largest marina of the Adriatic Coast. The...
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Intriguing history and cultural heritage make Sibenik another destination worthwhile visiting. The archipelago of the Sibenik Riviera is made up of 242 islands, islets and reefs boasting of picturesque coves, pristine sea and tranquility. In this area you will find the Krka and Kornati national...
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Travel to Pula to admire its magnificent roman ruins that incorporate remains of an ancient roman amphitheatre, still standing as an imposing structure on the higher point of the city port. The city is located at the southern tip of the Istria peninsula with a great tradition in fishing...
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Approaching Mljet aboard your Croatia motor yacht or sailing yacht you will be witnessing one of the most beautiful and greenest islands of the Adriatic. Mljet is also home to the Mljet National Park boasting two interconnecting salt-lakes of Veliko Jazero and Malo Jazero. The lakes are proclaimed...
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Well known for its traditional Knights' dance celebrating the Turkish assaults on the island, Korcula is one of the destinations to include in your Croatia yacht charter itinerary. This beautiful island, covered with lush green forests of Aleppo pine, cypress and oak trees welcomes its visitors...
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Brac is the third largest island in Croatia and perhaps the most famous thanks to the small village called Bol and it's very photogenic Golden Horn beach. The island is covered in pine forests, olive groves and vast vineyards with a somewhat romantic feel to it. It has a wealth of cultural and...
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Hvar, a gorgeous Croatian island, is a popular stop-over for discerning yacht charterers and elite. It is also known as the Queen of the Dalmatian Islands, priding itself on having several stunning Gothic palaces, romantic marble stone streets, 13th-century walls as well as plenty of fantastic...
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Originally designed for horseback riding and nature activities, Gorky Central Park of Culture and Leisure today offers scenic walking paths, fountains, sculptures, and a large amusement park suitable for all ages. Spread over a vast wooded area, the site was created by students and teachers in the...
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The Mirror Stream fountain was built in 1947, to commemorate victory in the Second World War. It is located at Sumska Street, just opposite the Opera Theater.