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Split region

Split region has a specialty when it comes to natural beauties and historical stories. This is a region where mountain and coastal landscapes meet, where you can climb the mountain and have a spectacular view of the sea. The towns in Split region were built along the coast, but also in the hinterland as fortresses protecting the homeland throughout the history. And the nature seemed to know how special a place where rock and water meet is, leaving us a heritage consisting of beautiful waterfalls and lakes, which are today national parks and great attractions. Choose one of the excursions from our offer and let us show you the hidden corners of the mountain-coastal region of Croatia.

Solin – Klis – Trogir


Rich historical dowry of the ancient Salona

The town of Solin is a former Greek and Roman colony, marking its history, but also the present of the town. And there are many sights that ...

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Šibenik – Zadar


Harmony of urban poetics of the town and its natural surroundings

Of all the Croatian towns on Adriatic, the town of Šibenik stands out with its unique location in the picturesque ...

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National park Krka

Variety and magic of flora and fauna

The National park Krka lies on the river of the same name with 7 tufa waterfalls. Its beauties represent a natural karst phenomenon, and it is recommended to visit it in  spring and summer, when it ...

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Plitvice lakes

Water fairies from the depths of the lake

Plitvice lakes are the largest, oldest and most visited Croatian national park. In Plitvice lakes, each season tells its story with colors, sounds, the sound of waterfalls, trees, fragrances, ...

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The island of Hvar

The island of Hvar belongs to the group of Middle Dalmatia islands. Its name derives from the Greek word Pharos – lighthouse It is covered mostly by pine forest what gives him an extraordinary ...

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The island of Korčula

Wine, brandy, olive oil, fish, prikle, cukarini and krokanti (indigenous delicacies)

Korčula, the island of Marco Polo, has many beautiful beaches and bays, luxurious hotels and summer houses, centuries-old olive groves and vineyards and ancient villas. There are also ancient ...

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The stone of centennial town walls under the protection of St. Blaise, bathed in sunshine and crystal clear blue sea

Already at the time when Dubrovnik was a Republic, the old locals were aware of the value of their town. They were trying to preserve its sights and culture for future generations at all costs. That ...

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Bridge as a witness of ancient times

Mostar, the town that lies on the river Neretva, is the economic, cultural, university, transport and tourist center of Herzegovina. The town was built around the old bridge, dating from 1566, near ...

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The place where you really feel closer to the God

This little place is one of most visited tourist destinations in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Religious tourism in Međugorje began developing after the apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary, occurring ...

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The town where you will find a blend of several cultures

The town of Sarajevo, as the capital of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, represents its largest urban, cultural, economic and transportation center. At very mention of its name, our first ...

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