We've both sailed the high seas for more than few years, but we are still to experience sailing the Adriatic. I know, we are not proud of this, since Croatia is a paradise for sailing holidays. However, understanding the appeal of Croatia for sailing aficionados, we've teamed up with Ante of Charter Croatia to bring you some tips on sailing in Croatia.
This week we're sharing with you a guest post from a fellow travel blogger Sammi of Wanderlustin'. Sammi traveled to Croatia this summer, and shared with us her Croatia Sailing Week experience. We've never done this sailing cruise ourselves and thus we are happy to learn more about it from Sammi.
We've waited long time for the first water park in Istria, and now not only that Istralandia water park open its door, but there is another water park Aquacolors opening next year. I wonder if there is really demand for two water parks in Istria, but Aquacolors will be very close to home, and hopefully it will help our apartment rent easily.
Elafiti Islands are a small archipelago consisting of several islands, located off the coast of Dubrovnik. Only three islands are inhabited: Kolocep (or Kalamota), Lopud, and Sipan.
Hiking Dalmatia will reward you with some of the best views you've ever seen. Dalmatian mountains are not extremely high, but they rise steeply from the sea, creating a dramatic scenery. The highest Dalmatian (and Croatian) mountain is Dinara, although its highest peak isn't in Croatia but in Bosnia.
The Mestrovic Pavilion Zagreb Croatia is an often forgotten jewel of Zagreb modern architecture. Built in 1933 it was conceptually designed by famous Croatian sculptor of international reputation – Ivan Mestrovic. The circular shaped building contains over 2.500 tons of white stone, carved by local stonemasons from the island of Brac.