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Croatia is blessed with Europe ‘s most glorious coastline which has miraculously escaped the over-development of some other Mediterranean vacation and holiday destinations. Situated in Southern Central Europe,Croatia is a roughly horseshoe-shaped country with a coastline 1,777 kilometers long. No less than 1,185 islands lie offshore, but only 66 of them are inhabited. Slovenia lies to the north, Italy to the west.To the east and south are Bosnia and Montenegro, both peaceful, and newly independent countries of the former Yugoslavia. Croatia’s stunning coastline is on the Adriatic Sea, one of the cleanest seas in the Mediterranean and wonderfully warm.
Because here you will find hidden treasures of untouched nature; in Croatia three thousand years of history waiting to be discovered; in Croatia you will make your vacation an adventure full of passion; you will discover the beauty of the authentic Mediterranean; Croatian hospitality, high quality of service and accommodation will make your holiday unforgettable! In one word, you will have memories for a lifetime!
The well-known American magazine National Geographic Adventure conducted a survey among its journalists and editors and proclaimed Croatia top destination in the world for 2006. On the list of destinations that “must be visited in the next year”, the editors and journalists of the magazine voted Croatia and Kornati Archipelago in first place, in front of Patagonia in Argentina and the Gobi Desert in Mongolia.
The article along with exclusive video material and photographs of the above mentioned trip has been published on the National Geographic site.
Lonely Planet – Croatia no. 1 destination for 2005.
According to the Lonely planet Croatia soared to the top of 2005. year’s poll after a fourth-place finish last year. Croatia’s appeal was its unique combination of culture, history, cuisine, accessibility and affordability. As one staffer wrote, “This is Croatia’s year. It appeals to a wide range of travelers with its rich diversity of attractions. And it has not yet been over-touristed, but it has developed an excellent tourism infrastructure — so that it suits both adventurous travelers and those who need a degree of comfort in their planning. Read the whole article…
On our website you can find useful information if you are planning to visit Croatia. Where to go, what to visit and where to stay.
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Cheap flights to Croatia are now available from major US and European airports with more airlines flying into Croatian airports every year. Croatia is well served by airlines, especially in summer. Cheap Flights to Zagreb, Rijeka, Pula, Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik can be found by using our flight booking engine . Simply select your departure airport and destination airport, and finally the days you wish to travel. Then just click the search button. There couldn’t be an easier way to find the airline tickets that could take you to that much needed vacation!
As you put your tie before a business meeting or a theatre performance, as you write with your ball point pen, do you ever think of Croatia?
Our guess is that you don’t. Why should you? But let us press the point.
Your tie is a direct descendant of the very same cravat that Croatian soldiers, as the French encyclopedia tell us, used to tie around their necks in the 17th century.
And the ball-pen you write with, was invented by Slavoljub Penkala, a Croatian engineer who constructed the first ball point and the first fountain pen in 1906.
Did you know that the smallest town in the world is Hum in Istria?
Did you know that Agatha Christie spent her honeymoon in Dubrovnik ?
Did you know that Marco Polo, famous world traveler and explorer, was most probably born in 1254 on the island of Korcula ? Even today there are people on the island who bear the same family name.
Did you know that in its summer issue US women’s magazine Marie Claire has declared Dubrovnik’s Banje beach to be the third most beautiful beach in the world?
Visit Croatia and you will have memories for a lifetime!