2013 in photos: Dubrovnik, Croatia

2013 in Croatia and beyond: Photo essay

As the 2013 is coming to an end, many bloggers look back reflecting on what they've achieved (or not). For us, 2013 didn't include lots of extensive traveling. We moved out from our old house, and bought a new apartment.

Rovinj Photos – Rovinj Photo Essay

These Rovinj photos are my personal photo journey through this charming coastal town in Istria. Rovinj is a picture-perfect town. Its pastel-colored houses built on the cliff just above the sea and boats bobbing in the harbor all make up the postcard-perfect scenery.

Vrsar Photos – Vrsar Photo Essay

Vrsar photos show my photo voyage through this small seaside town on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula. The old town, built on a hill above the sea, has a typically Mediterranean feel: stone houses, small alleys, cobbled streets. The old town doesn't have much to offer, except its beauty and views over the town's marina, sea, and archipelago. It is mostly residential with only three bars.

Dubrovnik Region Travel Guide | Croatia Travel Guides

Dubrovnik region, Croatia

Dubrovnik region is the southernmost part of Croatia. It spreads from Peljesac peninsula to the north, to Montenegro to the south. For Frank, the road from Peljesac peninsula to Dubrovnik is the most scenic drive in Croatia.

Dalmatia Croatia | Croatia Travel Guides

Dalmatia Croatia

If you plan on visiting Croatia, you most likely plan to visit Dalmatia. Dalmatia is an Adriatic region in Croatia spreading from Zadar to the north to Peljesac peninsula in the south, including many lovely islands like Brac, Hvar, Vis, etc.