Rabac is small but busy tourist town located on the east coast of Istria. With its perfect white pebble beaches, and high raising mountains, its setting is a bit different than the rolling hills, and rocky coast found in other parts of Istria.
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.
Few months ago we were in Komarna and we were contemplating visiting few wineries on the Peljesac peninsula. I called a friend of mine Emil, who also happens to be one of the best Croatian sommeliers, to ask him which winery on the peninsula we should visit. His immediate answer was – Frano Milos Winery. Milos […]
Sokol Grad is a fortified town, well more a tower or castle that the town, although the site is pretty large and that’s I guess why Croatians call it a town (grad means town in Croatian).
Open just couple of months ago, in May 2014, the Saints Hills winery is the newest winery on the Peljesac peninsula. Located in a village of Zagruda, on the main road from Potomje to Trpanj, the winery is a bit off the beaten path, a bit away from traditional wine roads on the peninsula.
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 […]
If you’ve been around this blog for awhile, then you already know that Komarna is my favorite place in Croatia. Komarna is a small seaside village, located 70 km northwest of Dubrovnik. And there isn’t much to do or see in Komarna. Komarna isn’t about popular landmarks (although there are awesome sites to visit witin […]