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Liznjan

LIZNJAN place in South Istria, 11 km east of Pula. In the municipality of Pula, the Pula, there are still Šišan, Jadreški, plot, and Muntic. The place itself is located on a hill overlooking the sea (45 m / asl), above the bay Kuje.

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Kanfanar

Kanfanar is surrounded by endless valleys, olive groves and vineyards on the red earth, Kanfanar its spacious streets and beautiful palace is the ideal place for odmor.Na altitude of 275 m away from the hustle and bustle, providing clean air and peace. Located in the southwestern part of the peninsula at the junction of many routes since time immemorial.

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Umag

UMAG, small town and port on the northwestern coast of Istria, presents' Croatian in Europe. "Umag is a city of tourism and sport.

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Rovinj

ROVINJ is a town in Croatia, on the west coast of Istria, 45 ° 01 'latitude and 13 ° 38' longitude east of Greenwich. He is one of nine towns in Istrian County, which covers almost the whole Istrian peninsula.

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Pula

PULA is the largest city in Istria County, lies at the southern tip of the Istrian peninsula, in a well protected bay. Like the rest of the region is famous for its mild climate, tame sea, and unspoiled nature. The city has a long tradition of winemaking, fishing, shipbuilding and tourism, and is a transit port. Pula is Istria's administrative center since ancient Roman times. It offers a variety of attractions to lovers of culture.

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Fazana

Fažana is situated by the sea, opposite the island of Brijuni, Pula is a place known since the ancient Roman history, named after the former factory Vasianum amphorae and various containers. It has always been a place of fishermen and farmers who drew the wine and olive oil from the red earth.

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Vrsar (Porec)

One of the most beautiful Istrian towns, old Orsera Vrsar today, is situated on a hill overlooking the mouth of the Lim bay. Named after staromediteranskoj word "ur", which means the source, once a place for rest and refreshment of the ancient navigators today is truly a source of beauty and pleasure.

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Novigrad

The story of Neapolis, Novigrad today, old tapestry full of vibrant colors. The ancient city was built on an island site of the tumultuous history written in old records and plotted in stone witnesses. His gentle sea laps the shore full of fish and beautiful nature fosters a mild Mediterranean climate.

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Pomer

Once a mussel farm, now known for its marina, Pomer is located in a well protected part of Medulin Bay. The marina provides 250 berths and 50 dry berths, together with all necessary services.

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Savudrija

Small fishing village Savudrija is located on a small peninsula and is a favorite romantic oasis of beauty lovers, history and sea plaventilo. In ancient times has witnessed sea battles, pirates and dangerous balls luxurious nobles, now resting peacefully surrounded by pine forests and vineyards, lulled into the rhythm of waves and seagulls singing.

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Vodnjan

Vodnjan - Dignano is a town in the southwest of Istria, situated at 135 meters above sea level. According to legend, Vodnjan originated from an association of seven villas which were part of colonial goods of Pula. To be able to resist the constant bickering between the Patriarch of Aquileia and Venice, and seven surrounding villas (Vodnjan Mednjan, Guran, St. Kirin Mandriol, of Saint Michael and Saint Lawrence Banjole) are associated in one place: the current Vodnjan.

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Medulin

Medulin is a town and tourism is one of the twenty most famous bathing resort names in the Adriatic. Medulin is the evaluation of the natural basis of physiognomy and gentle landscape. Every visitor coming to Medulin may find here a true oasis of peace and tranquility, rich landscapes of the Mediterranean landscape, but also can spend here a very dynamic and meaningful holiday.

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Porec

The city of Porec rightfully considered the most visited resort in Istria and Croatia. Countless awards for its quality and popularity, the city of Porec and its inhabitants, yet the people's favorite rivers which are flowing through it each year. Almost every summer of his street pulsates with life.

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Motovun

n the northern part of Istria, above the valley of the Mirna River, located in probably the most famous and attractive Istrian medieval town of Motovun, whose sight is one of the famous symbols of the Istrian interior. Motovun dominates the Romanesque-Gothic bell tower serrated battlements of the 13th century, situated to the parish church of St. Stephen from the 17th century.

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Roc

Premantura

Premantura is surrounded by nature not many who can boast. South of town is Cape Kamenjak - a protected landscape 9.5 km long, 1.5 km wide with a total of 30 kilometers of coastline. More is nowhere so blue-green, so clean as at the southernmost tip of Istria.

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Peroj

Peroj is a village in the municipality Vodnjan, earlier in the municipality of Pula, Hrvatska.U ​​historical documents it is the 1197th year. The village is old-fashioned curiosity by the Montenegrin community, unique of its kind in Croatia.

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Gršćica

Gršcica is a quiet cove on the south shore of the island of Korcula, not far from Blato, the town in which the famous "kumpanija" takes place, one of the three authentic Korcula dances.

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Brna

Brna lies in a small bay east of Vela Luka on the island of Korcula. It is known by the nearby biggest vineyards on the island and esteemed wines which complete in the best way the gastronomic delight of Dalmatian cuisine.

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Korcula

Come to know Korcula - the historical and tourist centre of the island of the same name in the South Dalmatian Archipelago. Known as the birth-place of Marko Polo, this town has been justly called "a little Dubrovnik" due to its picturesque squares and medieval atmosphere.

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Lumbarda

Welcome to Lumbarda, the place on the island of Korcula, only 6 km away from the town of Korcula. Summer homes and country houses make Lumbarda a sort of museum of building and architecture of various styles, while the archaeological finds speak about the distant past of this attractive holiday resort.

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Kali

Kali is the largest settlement on the island Ugljan, which belongs to the Zadar archipelago. Since the city is known as the most important fishing center, do not miss his familiar cuisine.

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Garma

Garma is a recently built settlement consisting of private houses on the southern Dalmatian island of Korcula that is connected to the cities of Split and Dubrovnik by daily ferry lines.

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Murter

Murter is a settlement in the northwestern part of the island. First called Veliko Selo (from XIII c.) And Srimaè (Srimac), and the 1715th is the current name. Stretches toward the cove Hramina, which houses a marina, the bay Brine, which is the most beautiful beaches on the Sibenik Riviera, and camping and hotel "Colentum".

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Sreser

Sreser is located on the southern Dalmatian peninsula Peljesac Peninsula, some 30 kilometers west of Ston. Peninsula during the history of its captains and seamen, nowadays famous for its quality wines and breathtaking Mediterranean landscape.

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Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic, has been added to UNESCO’s World Heritage list and this status is proved by the 1436 protected historical buildings.

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Gruda

Ground is a place in Konavle, in the Dubrovnik-Neretva county away from Dubrovnik, 30 km. Ground and generally Konavle, predominantly agricultural area, and no great industrial tradition.

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Trpanj

As one of the oldest settlements on Pelješac peninsula, Trpanj, a village of fishermen and farmers grew into a tourist oasis of this part of Mediterranean.

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Rab

Kampor

One of the most retained the look of the old fishing village, nestled among the natural abundance of the protected forest reserve, "Uncle" on the peninsula Kalifront - an oasis for hikers and bikers, the variety of stone and sand beaches, ecological and agricultural products, fine restaurants, it's all Kampor

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Banjol

Banjol is a village on the island of Rab. Administrative settlement belongs to the town of Rab, Međimurska County. It is located on the southwest side of the island, opposite the island valley, separated from it by the Barbat channel.

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Senj

Senj (Latin Senia or Segnia, Gk. Attienities (Αθυινιτες), Ger. And George. Zengg, Tal. Segni) is the oldest city in the Adriatic, and is based in pre-Roman times before some 3000 years (seniors) on Mount Cook.

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Lovran

Lovran is a town and municipality in the Primorsko goranska-County, on the eastern coast of Istria, on the Opatija Riviera. He received the laurel, which grows wild in abundance in the surrounding area.

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Vir

Vir is a municipality in Croatia. It is situated in Zadar County and includes the name of the Island of Vir. Municipality and name of the Island of Vir is located in the extreme northwest of Zadar County.

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Vis

Vis town is situated on the north side of the island along the beautiful bay of St. George, that as the ring closes islet Host. Vis Town is the only place on the island, which has daily ferry and catamaran connection with Split which is only 30 nautical miles.

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Komiza

Komiza jest niewielka wioska rybacka, dziesięć kilometrów od miasta. Leży u podnóża wzgórza w Hum (587 m) na południowo-zachodnim Visa.Oduševiti Cię swoim urokiem, bogatej historii i, oczywiście, wspaniałe jedzenie.

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Baska

Baska due to its architecture as one of the most beautiful cities on the coast, the second largest town on the Kvarner island of Krk, Krk is connected to the mainland at Kraljevica.

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Punat

Punat is a tiny place, only 1800 inhabitants, situated on the southern coast of the island. The view of the place, whether it is approached from the sea or the island with the mainland, is extraordinary: the place is crammed with ultra-deep Gulf coast, Puntarska dear, in whose hand lies the center of a miniature island Kosljun, the place of the Franciscan monastery.

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Cizici

Soline Bay, an oasis of peace, beauty and health, as a "living" postcard surrounds the small village of Cizici, immersed one hand into the sea, on the other, the magnificent countryside.

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Silo

Silo, Dobrinjština tourist center, a typical coastal picturesque ideal for those seeking a holiday away from summer crowds. Although one of the youngest of Dobrinjština, meaning it spreads outside the tourist domain,

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Njivice

Njivice place on the island of Krk, in KwaZulu-County, administratively belong to the Omisalj. ZIP code here is 51512th Once a small fishing village is now known tourist visitors from European and other countries.

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Malinska

Malinska is a village on the island of Krk in Croatia, and the seat of the municipality Malinska Board. In the past, Malinska was known for its safe harbor, and today is a famous tourist mjesto.Malinska is situated along the northwestern coast of the island, in a wide bay.

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Krk

Krk, ext. even. Veja, (Italian Veglia), is a city in Croatia, on the island. The island of Krk, the human habitat for about 10 - 15 000 years before Christ. The first known inhabitants of Krk were Japodi, an Illyrian tribe, they are inherited Liburnians.

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Pag

The town of Pag consists of 11 villages (as of 2006), these are [1]: Bosana Dinjiska, Gorica, Košljun Miškovići, Pag Smokvica old Vasa, Šimuni, Pleiades and Vrčić. Rich in cultural and historical monuments.

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Novalja

Novalja is a town in Croatia, on the island of Pag. Administratively belongs to Lika-Senj County. The town of Novalja includes 10 settlements (of 2006), namely: Caska, Gajac, Kustići, Lun, Metajna, Apartments, Potočnica, Novalja, and Vidalići Zubovići. Located in a bay on the north western part of the island.

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Simuni

Simuni is a small fishing village located on the southwest side of the island, half way between Novalja (11 km) and the city of Pag (12 km), located 15 minutes drive from the ferry port Zigljen.

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Lun

Jakisnica

Under the foliage of century old olive trees on the elongated arm of the northwestern part of the island is a place Jakisnica. Want to escape the urban bustle and find peace Jakisnica apartments are an ideal place for your vacation.

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St Jacob

St.. Jacob is a small fishing village that is located above the sea, the northern island of Losinj. This is the smallest town on the island. From Nerezin is about 2 kilometers from Mali Losinj, about 15 kilometers.

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Mali Losinj

Mali Losinj (Italian Lussinpiccolo) is a city in Croatia situated on the south side of the island, 7 islands in the Adriatic Sea. Administrative, cultural and financial center of the western part of Kvarner.

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Stomorska (Rogač)

Stomorska's Villages, the Split-Dalmatia County, in southern Croatian. Her geographical position is 43 ° 22 'north latitude and 16 ° 21' east longitude. It is named after the Virgin Mary (Holy Mary).

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Rogac

Rogac is a place on the island of Solta. Located on the northern coast of the island, the most prominent part of the island in 43 ° 24 'north latitude and 16 ° 18' east longitude. The oldest coastal settlement on the island.

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Necujam

Necujam, a village on the island of Solta caused construction of holiday homes and hotels. According to the census of 2001. year, the village has 80 inhabitants. In 4th century, Emperor Diocletian, who lived near to his palace (the present town of Split) was used in the lowest bay Nečujam as your pond.

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Maslinica

Maslinica is the only Solta's village situated in the bay west coast of the island. Today Maslinica attractive to tourists and boaters Sesula bay which lies to the Maslinica. Ferries and boats do not come here, so it is connected with Split through Rogač.

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Tkon

Municipality Tkon extends to 15 square kilometers of the country without sea and mostly in the southeastern part of the island of Pasman (one fifth of the island) and on thirteen islands of which the largest Gangaro, Zizanj baskets, and the lowest Orlic.

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Lastovo

Lastovo is a beautiful island located in the southern Croatian, in southern Dalmatia. It attracts many tourists with its natural beauty and crystal clear seas.

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Pasadur

Pasadur is located on the western side of mainland furthest inhabited island of the southern Dalmatia - Lastovo. The resort is located 3 km north of the port through which the Ubli Lastovo year-round daily ferry and catamaran lines connected to the mainland and neighboring islands.

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Zaklopatica

Zaklopatica bay on the northern island of Lastovo with a view to the island of Korcula. In our bay you can enjoy swimming, sunbathing and walking as well as the rich variety of restaurants.

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Slatine

Slatina is a place on the island of Ciovo which is connected by a bridge with Trogir and forming with it a whole.

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Okrug Donji

Okrug Donji, a tourist destination on the island of Ciovo that is connected to the town of Trogir by bridge, lies 40 km from Split and is, along with the whole area, known for its numerous bays and beautiful beaches, very popular with children due to their shallow waters.

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Okrug Gornji

Okrug Gornji is located on Ciovo island Central Dalmatia, which is connected to Trogir by a drawbridge.

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Arbanija

This settlement is a coastal town on the island of Ciovo, on the coast of the Kastela Gulf. Arbanija area known for its beautiful beaches, forests covered the coast and the small picturesque bays.

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Mavarčica

Mavarcica is located on the south side of island Ciovo. Ciovo Island is divided from the mainland by only a short drive across the island to the historic town of Trogir.

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Orebic

Orebic is situated on the southwestern part of the Peljesac peninsula at the foot of Mount St. Ilija. The Small town is the cradle of sea captains and sailors.

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Drace

Drace is a small town and bay on the northern coast of the Peljesac peninsula. Durres is located near the historic town of Ston which also called "City of Salt." In Durres there are several beautiful beaches where you can enjoy swimming and sunbathing.

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Drašnice

Drasnice the coastal village on the Makarska Riviera, situated in an environment of older fishing villages around the harbor and the new settlements in the direction of Igrane.

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Kraljevica

City Kraljevica consists of 6 villages: Bakarac, Kraljevica, Intersection, Mali Dol, juniper and Veli Dol. Kraljevica is located in KwaZulu-County, about twenty kilometers south of the river at the entrance to the Gulf of Bakar, at the crossroads of Rijeka - Split and Zagreb - Zadar so that passengers from the interior of a first contact with the sea just in the City.

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Podgora

The entire Makarska Riviera is known for its kilometer long pebble beaches that are sandy at some places, therefore, this destination is great for families with small children looking to play in shallow waters.

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Baška Voda

Baska Voda, only 10 km from Makarska, is a modern tourist destination on the breathtaking Makarska Riviera, known for its pebble beaches that go on for kilometers and are surrounded by pine trees.

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Tučepi

Tucepi is a central Dalmatian tourist destination, placed on Makarska Riviera and lies only 4 km from the town of Makarska.

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Brodarica

Brodarica is situated on the part of the gentle shore between Šibenik and Primošten, opposite the picturesque Šibenik Archipelago.

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Čelina

Celina is a village located three kilometers southeast of Omis. with eight centuries long past. Situated on the slopes of Omis Dinara characterized by traditional coastal architecture.

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Makarska

Nature was very inclined towards Makarska, providing it with location in a natural port situated between peninsula Osejava and St. Petar where, in the most beautiful way, Mediterranean meets karst.

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Brela

Brela, the best known summer resort of the Makarska littoral, is situated near the Adriatic highway, 14 km away from Makarska in the direction of Split.

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Omiš

Omis is a small Central Dalmatian town between Split and Makarska. It is located in the beautiful canyon of the Cetina river and is surrounded with massive gorges. In the past it was widely known for its pirates whose ships were synonymous retaliation, courage and strength to the conquerors.

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Živogošće

On the southern part of the Makarska Riviera, at the foothill of mount Biokovo there lies Živogošce.

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Lokva Rogoznica

Lokva Rogoznica jest częścią Omis Riwiera znajduje się 7 km od Omis, 25 km od miasta Makarska i 30 km od Splitu. Dodano do siedmiu rodzin szlacheckich z ich pracowników przeniosła się o 1230th lat od roku 1235.

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Igrane

Igrane is a village and small harbour on the Makarska Riviera, 7 km southeast of Podgora. It is located on a small peninsula, with a large sand beach on the south-eastern coast.

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Sukošan

Sukosan is located halfway between the dates and Biograd. He is known as a nautical center, next to good wines and friendly locals. It is an ideal destination for those who want immediate contact with nature in combination with sports and recreational facilities.

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Bibinje

Bibinje is a small, quiet town located in the immediate vicinity of Zadar and the ideal destination for all who seek a quiet holiday. The town is it with about 3500 inhabitants, which has been inhabited since ancient times.

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Drvenik

Drvenik is a very popular tourist destination and ferry port on the Makarska Riviera.

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Seget Donji

If you wish a holiday in a town with tradition, far from dynamic mass tourism, Seget Donji is the place for you!

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Rogoznica

Rogoznica is a small Mediterranean place near Primosten, 25 km south of Sibenik. A small tourist village with a post office and shop is located in a wide bay and is an ideal place for vacation with family and friends.

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Sabunike

A small tourist resort situated 21 km from Zadar. It is well known for its long sandy beaches, windsurfing, warm and clean sea and the wind that non-stop stream of light and provides fresh air. Due to the shallow and clear waters you can experience a comfortable swimming from May and June.

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Poljica

Poljica near Marina are placed in heart of Dalmatia, 14 km from Trogir (monument city under UNESCO protection, 40 km from city of Split). With its placement, Poljica are protected from bad weather conditions. Cristally clear sea, peace and mediteranean atmosphere are only some of features of our nice place where are apartments.

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Pisak

Pisak is a small fishing and tourist town that has its roots more than 1500 years., 16 kilometers south of Omis and 18 km northwest of Makarska. The place is small and picturesque with plenty of restaurants and cafes, offers a real Dalmatian atmosphere and allows everyone to rest and enjoy nature, away from city crowds and noise.

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Kanica

Kanica is a small tourist resort located in the bay near the Rogoznica. It is ideal for a quiet holiday since the nearest grocery store is 3 km (Dvornice place), but during the season, organized daily delivery of bread and fruit van.

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Nemira

Nemira - a small tourist village away from the center of Omis 4 km in the direction of Makarska, its location and beautiful sandy beaches is the ideal place for family tourism. For those looking for nightlife and an active vacation proximity of Omis, Split and Makarska offers additional activities such as rafting, climbing, mountaineering, scuba diving ...

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Razanj

Spit is a small, northern Dalmatian place between Primosten and Rogoznica, from Sibenik 30 km. This traditional fishing village, has taken advantage of its beautiful shores with rocky beaches and in private homes and inns gladly stay guests who want peace.

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Grebastica

Grebastica, 14 km south of Sibenik, is a small tourist destination consisting of family houses and pensions, that lies in the bay of the same name on a part of the coast that is well-indented.

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Sevid

Sevid is a small place on the beautiful Trogir Riviera, some 40 km from Split and 12 km from Trogir. It consists of family houses, ideal for a quiet holiday away from the hustle and bustle of larger tourist centers.

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Dubrovnik Lapad

Lapad is a peninsula and the city district of Dubrovnik.

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Sucuraj

Sucuraj is a small port and tourist resort located in a cove on the eastern part of the island to the mainland by ferry lines from Split and Drvenik. Hvar is known as the sunniest Croatian island and lavender, wine, honey and oil.

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Zavala

Zavala is an attractive town on the south side of the island of Hvar, the sunniest island. Here you can enjoy the untouched nature and crystal clear sea.

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Vrboska

Vrboska is a tourist destination and harbor in the central part of the northern coast of the island. Situated in a narrow and deep bay, Vrboska with its 523 inhabitants and an economy based on cultivation of fruit, olive and fig trees, vineyards and fishing offers everything you need for a quiet family holiday.v

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Jelsa

Jelsa is a town located on the north side of the island one of the sunniest islands in the Adriatic Sea, famous for its lush vegetation and fragrant fields of lavender.

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Stari Grad

The Old City is one of the oldest cities in Europe and the oldest city on the island of Hvar - the island of sunshine, lavender and wine can be proud of 130 years of organized tourism.

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Hvar

Welcome to the island which boasts proven headline sunniest Dalmatian island. Of all the days of the year, the Nature has granted even 320 sunny.

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Basina

Basina is a small, quiet village on the north side, in the heart of the island, situated near Vrboska, the most beautiful and best bay island. Surrounded by a thick pine forest, surrounded by fields of olive trees, grape vines and lavender, clear waters rich in fish and shellfish species, very attractive for diving.

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Vinišće - Ljubljeva

Ljubljeva is a peaceful bay on Trogir riviera, far away the city rush and the noise of crowded tourist destinations. A beautiful natural lagoon with clean sea and untouched nature is ideal for enjoying in swimming, diving, fishing and boat excursions to hidden bays nearby.

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Seget Vranjica

Seget Vranjica is a central Dalmatian tourist destination that lies 5 km north of Trogir. It is situated in the part of the Trogir Riviera known for rich Mediterranean vegetation, charming bays with rocky and pebble beaches, as well as for numerous islands and islets great for daily boat or yacht trips.

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Sutivan

Sutivan lies 7 km west of the Supetar ferry port that is connected to Split by daily ferry lines.

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Pučišća

Pucisca is a place and harbor on the northern coast of the central Dalmatian island of Brac that is connected to the mainland by daily ferry lines from Makarska and Split.

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About town Trogir in Dalmatia

TROGIR, a town and harbour on the coastal strip of the Kastela Gulf, 27 km west of Split. The old core is situated on a small island between the island of Ciovo and the mainland; connected with the mainland by a small stone bridge, and with the island of Ciovo by a drawbridge.

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National park Krka waterfalls tour from Split

National park Krka waterfalls tour from Split. Lets go to Krka Waterfalls National Park Krka is the only National Park in Croatia where swimming is allowed!

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Vinisce Croatia Dalmatia

VINISCE, a village and small harbour 12 km southwest of Trogir; population 765. Chief occupations are farming, fishing and tourism.

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Zadar

"Little Croatian Rome" is surrounded by 5 national parks: Paklenica, Kornati, Plitvice Lakes, Krka Waterfalls and Northern Velebit. An hour or two by car or by boat from Zadar or other towns in the region, to all National Parks.

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Tribunj

Tribunj, founded in the 16th century, is placed on a small peninsula 4 km west of Vodice on a very beautiful part of the Sibenik Riviera.

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Marina

Marina is a tourist destination and small harbor near the central town of Trogir. Houses lined up along the bay with its numerous bays. The beaches are sand and gravel great for children and family holidays, while pine and olive trees provide shade during the hottest part of the day.

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Bol

Bol is an attractive summer resort situated on the south shore of the island of Brac, one of the sunniest Adriatic islands. Not far from Brac lies the beauty queen o the Adriatic beaches - Zlatni rat - a paradise for windsurfers and lovers of water sports.

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