City Guide

every Croatian city has a unique story. Stroll down the streets and discover Dalmatia, Istria, Kvarner ...

Istria – peninsula with rich culture and tradition

Get to know Istria, the largest Croatian peninsula with rich culture and history, beautiful towns and islands, mysterious bays, enchanting beaches, and magnificent natural...

10 attractions in Dubrovnik

Throughout the centuries, Dubrovnik a small town, once also country, has always been a cultural metropolis, a city where romance becomes reality… it is...

Dolphins – why we can find them on the Croatian coast

Between humans and dolphins there has always been a special relationship. Dolphins, like humans, are confident and intelligent beings who have personalities. Some of...

The Oyster Festival in Mali Ston (March)

If you are visiting Mali Ston, be sure to attend the gastro event “Oyster Festival in Mali Ston”. It takes place in March, around...

Top 10 Croatian islands

Croatia is adorned by 1185 islands. Krk and Cres are the largest islands in the northern part of the Adriatic, while Brac and Hvar...

Day 2., 3. | Korcula, Elafiti and Dubrovnik | My experience...

Day 2.  Korcula, birthplace of Marko Polo The ship left Makarska early in the morning, around 5 a.m, but we're not aware of that since...