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Visit to Makarska Town

The charming town of Makarska is renowned for being a beautiful area of Croatia and if you are looking for somewhere to relax why not do it while enjoying the beaches of the crystal clear Adriatic sea. There is even a unique bar set inside a cave in this quant and bustling town. Makarska is one of the most famous tourist destinations on the Croatian coast, attractive for its nature and great climate, rich in tourist attractions and full of hospitable hosts. Makarska has more than 2750 hours of sun each year. Don’t forget your camera as Makarska is home to a pretty harbour promenade which you can relish, as well as some fabulous shops, restaurants and even a sea shell museum!

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Zlatni Rat

If you’re looking to chase the sun rays and ride the high waves, there’s no better beach in Croatia than Brač’s windy Zlatni rat. Protruding like a lizard’s tongue (only smoother) the windy mile-long strip at the bottom end of the island is a marvel of nature. Take a look at our featured image to get the full picture… Water sports are offered here aplenty, with surfing, paragliding, scuba-diving, jet skis and pedalos in these crystal azure waters all on the menu. Even beginners can have a go at it. Refuge from the sun and sport is offered by the luscious subtropical gardens that rest along the coastline, and the breezy 20-minute walk to the provincial village of Bol features many spots for a fresh-fish supper

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Day at Rab Island

Have you wondered where modern beach nudism originated? Where else but in the wonderfully named North Adriatic Island of Rab! Legend has it that Great Britain’s King Edward VIII vacationed on the island in 1936 with his then-secret lover Mrs Wallis Simpson, and forced the local authorities to pass a law granting them access to swim and swoon on Kandarola beach in the nude. But there’s more to Rab than no-knickers fun. Head into the eponymous isle capital for some deep sea kayaking and to see one of Croatia’s most unrivaled heritage sites, featuring bell-towers, forts and castles all from the medieval era.

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Wine Tour

Wine is an essential part of Croatian life and culture, this tradition seeps down from the Roman, Greek era. We could do a wine route to any of there regions in Croatia. This would include Pick up at accommodation, visit to the wine gardens with short tasting and region history presentation.Tour of Winery (production area, cellar, vineyard if weather is suitable) with tasting at each location Private sommelier guide throughout the tour Transport back to accommodation

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Split in a day

Every guide book will tell you that Split is a city built around the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian, one of the best preserved and most impressive monuments of the Roman era in Europe. You will also read that the historic city core has been on the UNESCO’s World Heritage List since 1979. However, Split is not a city-museum; it’s a lively place thriving among the historical layers of its monuments. That’s why getting to know Split in one day might just prove to be a handful. Rule number one – start with the most important sights, in other words, Diocletian Palace and the city core, including the most important city’s promenade Riva. The second “step”, if you have the time for it, should include Marjan and, depending on the time, one of the city’s beaches, maybe Bačvice, famous for “picigin”, a unique game founded on that very spot. What is really important, even during this kind of a quick tour, is that the most important part of urban life takes place right there, so your sightseeing tour will not be just a hectic rush from one monument to the next, but also an opportunity to join the locals in their everyday life.

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