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Omiš

The town of Omiš is situated by the canyon of the river Cetina, where the river, having passed through one of Europe’s most beautiful canyons, meets the Adriatic Sea. Thanks to this interesting position and being surrounded by impressive mountain rocks, it looks as if it’s carved into the mountain.

The name of the town was first mentioned in the ancient times, but the most famous period in town’s history were undoubtedly the medieval times, precisely the 12th and 13th century when it was ruled by the Pirates of Omiš. The town’s fortresses Mirabela (Peovica) and Starigrad (Fortica) serve as a reminder of the famous pirate history. The fortress of Mirabela overlooks the whole town, while the view from the Fortica encompasses the entire Brač Channel, the islands of Brač, Hvar and Šolta, the Middle Poljica region and the mouth of the Cetina river.

Apart from its rich history, sandy beaches and beautiful panoramic views, the position of the town makes it a dream destination for adrenaline cravers.

DUBROVNIK

Explore Dubrovnik

The city of Dubrovnik Is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Croatia.

It is located in south Dalmatia. The city’s main attraction are most certainly the walls that encircle the city and run uninterrupted for 1940 meters, including five forts and sixteen round towers and bastions. Apart from the walls, Dubrovnik is full of forts, churches and old streets, the most popular of which is Stradun, the 248 meters long main street. What else is there to say except that every corner of this historical city is a unique experience.

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KRKA NATIONAL PARK

Devote one day to this unique experience

Krka National Park is one of Croatia’s eight national parks. It was proclaimed a national park in 1985 and is known for its numerous lakes and waterfalls. Skradinski buk is the most attractive part of the park. This waterfall is the longest travertine barrier in Europe and swimming is allowed in the lake formed underneath. The park is open whole year round and its many paths and bridges enable sightseeing tours. Other attractions worth mentioning are Roški slap, the small island of Visovac with its Franciscan Monastery, Burnum – a Roman Legion camp and town, Manojlovački slap, the old mills and a lot more.

Krka National Park definitely deserves a place on your bucket list.

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TROGIR

Discover the Heritage of Trogir

The town of Trogir is one of Croatia’s oldest towns whose Historical Core is a part of UNESCO’s World Heritage List. The town is located in Middle Dalmatia and has 2300 years of continuous urban tradition preserved within its medieval walls.

The most significant cultural monument is The Cathedral of Saint Lawrence. Apart from the cathedral, other historical monuments are The Kamerlengo fortress, The Ćipiko Palace, The North Land Gate and The South Sea Gate, The Duke’s Palace and the Town Museum.

Trogir is the perfect place for heritage lovers.

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PLITVICE LAKES NATIONAL PARK

A symphony of colours for a magnificent experience

Plitvice Lakes National Park is Croatia’s largest and the most popular national park. It is known for its intact series of sixteen lakes connected by travertine barriers and the breathtaking highest waterfall in Croatia. Due to its exceptional beauty, it is a part of UNESCO’s World Heritage list since 1979.

No matter at what time you decide to visit the Plitvice Lakes, a unique symphony of colour and scent will make your visit a magical experience.

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BLUE CAVE

A remarkable natural phenomenon

Situated on the east side of the island Biševo, the Blue cave is one of the most beautiful natural phenomena on the Adriatic.

The name derives from the silver-blue light that illuminates the interior of the cave and the sea inside it. The sun rays pass into the cave through a small crack in its ceiling and are then reflected in the sea, creating incredible light effects.

Upon visiting the Blue Cave, there is a possibility of visiting the islands of Vis, Hvar and Brač as well.

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ISLAND OF BRAČ

Pučišća i Postira

This daily excursion takes you to the beautiful island of Brač, Dalmatia’s largest island. Experience the charm of this stunning island, its untouched nature and rich cultural and historical heritage. The radiant high-quality white stone extracted from the local quarry has made Brač famous worldwide.

Pučišća is a small harbour town on the island Brač. It has recently been recognized as on of Europe’s most beautiful villages because of the white stone houses the town is adorned with. It is also known for the limestone and the beautiful bay, but also for being home of the only school of stonemasonry in Croatia.

After Pučišća, the trip leads to Postira, a small fishing village. The authentic experience of this small island town sheltered by a bay and with many attractive white stone houses, shows why Croatia is such a popular tourist destination.

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