Island city

Trogir (so called Little Venice)

Meet the town with 2300 year-old tradition. Its rich culture was created under the influence of the ancient Greeks, Romans and Venetians. With its concentration of palaces, churches, towers and fortresses on the small island, Trogir also deserves another nickname “The Stone Beauty”.
Included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites for its rich history and cultural heritage, in 2015 the town was named the most beautiful island city in the world by the National Geographic.
Plan your visit to the St. Lawrence Cathedral and the oldest Benedictine monastery in Croatia, in which the relief depicting Kairos, the “supreme” moment, from IV./III. century BC is kept.

Town of


Welcome to Split! When you arrive to Split, its residents will tell you, bursting with pride, that this is “the most beautiful town in the world and beyond”, and don’t even try to argue with them, because this thousand-year-old town with great spirit will make you see that when you finish discovering it.
The story of Split has been lasting for the past seventeen centuries, ever since the Roman emperor Diocletian decided to build a palace on the peninsula near the large Roman town of Salona planning to peacefully spend his last years. The Sphinx in Split was brought over from Egypt for Diocletian to protect the entrance of his Jupiter’s temple(he thought he was a God), and is over 4.000 years old. The hit HBO series Game of Thrones was filmed on the Dalmatian coast in Split and Dubrovnik.
There are outstanding attraction to see in the city of Split and near by like: Vidilica(place with agreat view of the oldtown, promenade and harbor), gladiator arena from the 3 century(place of bloody gladiator fights to death and where Christians were thrown to the lions to be eaten alive because they did not obey Diocletian emperor as a God, and all just to entertain Diocletian and Roman citizens), Klis – very impressive fortress (600 years old military fortress on the top of the mountain, above the ancient Roman city of Salona, amazing view of two cities and 6 islands, top photos and video clips for Instagram and Facebook. Fortress of Klis was also primary location for filming HBO series Game of Thrones – in movie Fortress name is city of Meereen). Definitely a lot to see in a half day or one day tour..Come and check for yourself.
P.S have a good camera together with a mood, we promise great memories, photos and videos.

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From 1358 until its capture by Napoleon in 1808, the walled city of Dubrovnik was the center of a city-state known as the Republic of Ragusa. So, city was once a country, and recognized the independence of the United States among the first 3 countries in the world. The fortifies walls of Dubrovnik(where Game of Thrones was filmed) are of the most preserved, and the most visited, fortification systems in Europe. Built in 1296, Dubrovnik still has in use today one of the first medieval sewage systems. Another fact for oldest in Europe is the law of insurance, supposedly starting in Dubrovnik in 1395 and that would make it three centuries older than Lloyd’s.

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Zadar, the seaside town in Dalmatia holds the title of the best sunset in the world, according to Alfred Hitchcock. Quoted as saying ‘Zadar has the most beautiful sunset in the world, more beautiful than one in Key West, Florida.’ In Nin, close to Zadar is the Church of the Holy Cross, which is the world’s smallest cathedral. Another interesting fact about this city is the world’s first pipe organ that is played by the sea’s rhythmic waves is in Zadar.

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Zagreb is the capital city of Croatia. Zagreb Christmas Markets won the Best European Markets 3 years in a row!

Miracle of nature

The Krka River – swim under waterfalls!

The Krka National Park is a spacious, mostly unaltered area with exceptional and multifaceted natural values, and includes one or more preserved or insignificantly altered ecosystems. It is intended primarily for scientific, cultural, educational and recreational purposes. There can also be found many tourist activities intended for visitors.
With its flooded part of the mouth, Krka is 72.5 km long, and it is the 22nd river in length in Croatia. It rises at the foot of the Dinara mountain. With its seven traventine waterfalls and a total downfall of 224 m, Krka is a natural phenomenon. It’s a magical place and the essential phenomenon is the travertine waterfalls and gorges, with the river gushing through a karstic canyon 200m deep. And you can actually swim in the lakes at Krka just by the bigest waterfall Skradinski buk.

Do not forget: ‘ You can always make money, you can’t always make memories like this!’

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Miracle of nature

Plitvice lakes – the eighth wonder of the world!

Plitvice is an ensemble of 16 natural lakes, it is a UNESCO heritage site due to its breathtaking views! These lakes are stunningly beautiful and unlike anywhere else on the planet. The lush greenery, waterfalls, aquatic fowl,colour of the water changing from emerald green to aqua blue is simply mesmerizing. Crystal clear lake water is reminiscent more of Avatar than other lakes, it’s so clear that you can easily see through, and spot many small fish. Make you wonder how there could be such a beauty in this world. Expect nothing less than amazing sceneries of nature once you step inside of this unspoilt oasis. Wander along the boardwalks and bridges or take a boat trip across Lake Kozjak, the biggest stretch of water here. The lakes are only about 2 hours from Zagreb and 3 from Split(with highway). This UNESCO heritage site deserves your attention and a visit. Whether exploring all of Croatia, or just to see the lakes, a day dedicated to wandering the lakes is highly recommended.

Camera around your neck, backpack on your back, plenty of water in, put the bottles in the bin, comfortable shoes to walk , forget your flip flops and loud talk, small towel to seat on grass, don’t let this great views to pass, sun cream is the last on list, make sure that is water resist Get ready for memories blast that would forever last !


Blue Cave

The cave Modra Špilja on the island of Biševo is the most famous landmark of the island. It is located in the Balun bay on the eastern side of the island. With the length of 24 m and the width of 12 m, the cave got its name based on the reflection of sun rays illuminating the cave with blue colour through the underwater opening on the south side of the cave. The sight of this phenomenon is the best between 11 and 12AM.

Beach & Rafting

Beach & Rafting on the magnificant Cetina river

Escape the ordinary…

Rafting on Cetina River is the most popular and most attended adventure tour in Dalmatia. Rafting in protected area of the river canyon attracts many tourists every summer. The quiet parts of the river and the second and third grade rapids enable a three-hour combination of adventure and relaxation in the amazing Cetina river canyon.
River is located next to the historic pirate town of Omis only 30 min. away from Split. Cetina river was also used to hide the pirates who lived in Omis and their ships when they were persecuted by various military fleets.

Surprisingly, you can do rafting for several hours and immediately after, in less than 10 min. you are already swimming on the marvelous beaches with crystal clear sea around the oldtown Omis.

Let the crystal sea set you free.

Do you want to swim in awesome dalmatian beaches with a crystal clear water and NO sharks?

The Dalmatian coast is famed for its endless beaches, pristine waters, numerous idyllic islands and golden sunsets. Croatia through the years has become a very popular tourist destination, as it has a rich cultural and historical heritage, stunning landscapes and amazing places to spend a beach holiday.
Croatia has more than 1200 islands and islets, but not only, its Adriatic Sea mainland coast is 1,777 kilometers long and it hides numerous amazing beaches, bays, and caves. Its stunning beaches always find their place on the lists of best beaches in the world in many prestigious international magazines.
Croatian coast has a different types of beaches, sand beaches, small, gray and white pebbles beaches and for that fact is uniqe in the world as well.

What do you waiting for? Grab a towel, put sun lotion on and pick your special day to realize your dream of the blue sea.

Don’t wait in vein, but tan on Dalmatian sun.

Ethno Village

Dalmatian Ethno Village

Visit Dalmatian Ethno-eco village and have a lunch in uniqe traditional enviroment

Aren’t you fed up with all those look-alike giant concrete hotels, despite their high star-ratings and generous offerings of luxury and comfort? If so, you need to sample the unique venue that awaits you at one of the numerous eco-ethno villages. The popularity of these incomparable properties, enjoyed by guests from throughout the world, has caused an unprecedented expansion recently in areas around the Split-Dalmatia County, on the coast, hinterlands and islands.

Returning to nature and tradition has been a growing trend. The undiscovered beauty of ancient Dalmatia beyond the tourist hustle and bustle on the coast, and the centuries-old stone houses that reflect the Mediterranean quiet, all are within elbow’s reach to anyone longing for a different vacation, as well as to travelers who are seeking pristine nature and the call of the beautiful sea.

Ethno-eco villages reflect Dalmatian folk culture and architectural traditions. Most of them have a beautiful view of the sea, while others offer up an ideal microclimate. These villages have been developing for centuries, built in tune with the natural laws of the land, and this is exactly what they offer to today’s guests, a back-to-nature ambience enriched with cultural tradition. But above all else, ethno-eco villages are a perfect place to relax in peace and quiet, enhanced by the sounds of nature, the fascinating smells of Dalmatian herbs and the view of the bright stars which, in contrast to star-gazing from giant hotels, are impossible to count.

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