I guess I am the only guy who got quadriceps inflammation from riding a Segway. Don’t even ask! Let’s get to the story.
Activities in Croatia
We've put together a detailed post on things to do in Croatia, and that's the best place to start planning active part of your holidays in Croatia.
Croatian beaches are, as you might imagine, the number one reason that so many people visit Croatia every year. But there are so many more things to do in Croatia: from water sports, adrenalin-pumping activities like rock-climbing, tandem-flying, caving, or zip-lining.
Below you'll find lots of articles about some activities that we've done here so far. But there are so many more activities that we haven't had time yet to write about. So please, if you don't find what you're looking for, feel free to e-mail us.
Porec, a small town located on west coast of Istria, is the most visited town in Croatia along with Zagreb, Dubrovnik, and Rovinj. Unlike Zagreb and Dubrovnik, where visitors in average stay only a day or two, visitors to Porec spend in average six days in the town.
As I’m writing this post on the water park Aquacolors Porec, my legs still hurt from a crazy weekend we spent at the park with our niece and nephew. It wasn’t only a visit to the water park, but three full days of fun in Porec.
If you’ve been around this blog, then you perhaps already know how much we love Peljesac Peninsula. We visit the peninsula whenever we can; sometimes only for a scenic drive and gorgeous views; other times for serious reasons like wine tasting.
One of the most popular islands to visit during the summer, Brac offers to its visitors lots of things to do and see. We summed up for you all interesting things to do on Brac Island.
In the last ten years adrenalin-pumping activities became an integral part of Croatian tourist offer. White water rafting in Croatia is one of those activities.