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  • Dubrovnik

    Dubrovnik is one of the most popular towns in Croatia and according to Google tends it is more popular than Croatia as a country itself. I grew up in this region visiting the town on numerous occasion since I was a child. I was also doing my university degree course in …
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  • Stiniva bay, Vis

    Stiniva bay and beach on Vis Island is undoubtedly one of the most picturesque beaches on the Vis island and in Croatia. This tiny shingle beach, situated at southern shores of the Island is framed by the iconic tall cliffs cut deep into the narrow bay. This unspoiled south coast …
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  • Island-hopping in Croatia

    Island-hopping in Croatia is a very popular way of seeing the islands and coastal towns of this side of the beautiful Adriatic coastline. You can island hop from several main points on the mainland and create itineraries depending on the length of stay and your particular interest. Visiting the Croatian …
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  • Map of Biševo Island

    Map of Biševo Island is a visitors map to the island. It shows all main geographical and topographical points of interest on the island including settlements and ports Porat, Sablunara and Mezoporat, Church Sveti Silvestar, highest point Strazenica and most popular spots on the islands – the sea caves Medvidina špilja (Bear’s …
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  • Biševo

    Biševo island is one of the remotest Croatian islands,  located about 4.5 nautical miles from Komiža, the town and the port on the southern shores of Vis island. The island is very small – it covers the area of just under 6 square kilometres, with a population of just 12 permanent …
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  • Beaches on Mljet

    Along the Mljet’s 135 km long coastline numerous coves, bays and stretches of coast form a variety of beaches and swimming spots. Inside the island, on its two salted lakes, there are also some great places to swim and sunbathe. Beaches and swimming spots on Mljet are mostly pebbly and rocky with …
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  • Beaches on Lastovo

    Located just 7 nautical miles south of Brna bay on Korcula island, Lastovo is one of the remotest and most unspoilt Croatian islands that is also a protected Nature Park. The island’s archipelago that covers the area of about 54 square km consists of 46 small islands and islets.  The …
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  • Map of Island Hopping from Pula to Zadar

    Island Hopping from Pula

    Pula is a fantastic place to organise an island hopping trip from. The airport is here, the main bus and ferry hub too. This is a great choice for island hop in the area especially if you also intend to visit Venice (just over 3 hours by ferry from Pula), …
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  • Coastline of Palagruza

    Photos of Palagruža

    Photo Gallery of Palagruža: Photos are taken in the early June when vegetation was in full bloom. That was a day after the heavy storm that kept us waiting in Lastovo’s Skrivena Luka ( a lovely, deep and secure bay) while trying to reach the Palagruža islands by our small …
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  • Palagruža

    Palagruža islands are the remotest Croatian islands located in the central Adriatic. The islands are much closer to the Italian than the Croatian mainland. The largest island of the archipelago is Vela Palagruža on about 52 nautical miles from Peljesac (95 km), 34 NM from Lastovo (Skrivena Luka)  and 28 NM …
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