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  • 1. Brijuni National Park

    Brijuni is a must-see sight. The archipelago located on the south-western coast of Istria, near Pula, was frequented by European and international jet-setters. Brijuni Islands is the only national park in Istria, and with its 14 islands, occupying 736 hectares; it represents a unique play of nature, a place endowed with beautiful animal species, rare and rich flora. It is regarded as of the most beautiful archipelagos in the Mediterranean.

    Location: Island of Brijuni (departure by boat from Fažana)

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  • 2. Wellness

    Following global trends new wellness centres are being opened and you are warmly invited to make your own medley of personally selected or expert recommended anti-stress, music, and colour therapies, aromatherapy, Turkish baths and saunas, icy pools, tanning and other medical and cosmetic treatments.

    Location: Umag, Savudrija, Poree, Buje, Pula, Motovun, Medulin…

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  • 3. Plitvice Lakes National Park

    oPlitvice Lakes National Park is a special geological and hydrological karst phenomena. The complex of lakes was declared a national park on 8 April 1949. Forested mountains embellished with 16 smaller and larger lakes of crystal blue-green colour. Lakes are fed by numerous rivers and streams, interconnected by cascades and waterfalls. Separated by travertine barriers which were formed in the last ten thousand years are a fundamental characteristic of the Park. Vast forest areas, exceptional natural beauty of lakes and waterfalls, rich flora and fauna, mountain air, contrasting autumn foliage colours, hiking trails and wooden bridges and more are an integral part of this unique unit, included in the UNESCO's world heritage list in 1979 among the firsts in the world.

    Location: Plitvice

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  • 4. Gulet Sailing

    While cruising along the beautiful Dalmatian coast, on a traditional wooden gulet, equipped with compressors and diving gear, you will have the opportunity to familiarise yourself with the diversity and richness of the Adriatic submarine and explore the numerous caves, reefs, wrecks ... You'll find a new and attractive diving destination every day. Besides, the gulet will be moored at a different port, and besides diving in the enchanting Adriatic locations, you will have the opportunity to visit old Dalmatian towns or enjoy the local specialties in a local tavern.

    Location: Split

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  • 5. The most beautiful beaches

    Zlatni rat is probably the most popular beach of the Adriatic Sea, located in Bol on the south coast of the island of Brae. Its unusual shape and beauty made it one of the most famous symbols of Croatian tourism. This phenomenon is a gravel (cape), about a thousand feet long, which is washed by clean and clear sea. The beach is special because it changes shape and position, depending on the wind blowing. Bulged shape of the Zlatni rat just at the narrowest part of the Hvar Canal acts as a kind of a booster for all the NW, N and SW winds, which makes it an extremely attractive location for windsurfing. Come and see why the Zlatni rat is considered as one of the Europe's most beautiful beaches.

    Location: Brae

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  • 6. Lighthouse Holidays

    Lighthouses on the Croatian islands and capes offer truly a distinctive holiday. Choose a lighthouse near a tourist centre or a lighthouse far off the coast, a real "miniature paradise" separated from the hustle and bustle of our busy everyday lives. Find your own lighthouse and enjoy!

    Location: Vis, Lastovo, Sušac, Palagruža, Savudrija, Pula…

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