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Sailing in Croatia – Insider Tips on What You Need to Know

What Sailing in Croatia is Like – Insider Tips Sailing in Croatia is one of the most unique and exhilarating ways to explore this incredible Balkan country. Croatia is full of natural and historical beauty. Sailing is a great way to see a lot of Croatia without having to pack and repack your bags – …

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Trakoscan castle - Croatia the most beutiful castle in Southern Europe - AndAdventure

The Secrets of Varaždin Croatia, Trakošćan Castle & Croatia’s Mona Lisa

The Secrets of Varaždin County, Trakošćan Castle & Croatia’s Own “Mona Lisa” There’s a gorgeous portrait by an unknown artist of the 19th-century baroness Klotilda Drašković that hangs in one of Southern Europe’s most beautiful castles; Trakošćan. Local legend has it that this painting’s power is such that, every year, one female child in the …

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Lastovo island

Want to get away from the crowds but still enjoy what Dalmatia has to offer? We just might have a place to recommend.

Why not visit Lastovo? It is one of the furthest Croatian islands and a former military base that was closed to tourism and visitors for years. These two facts contributed to the preservation of islands nature, securing the authenticity of the existing natural and cultural landscape.

Sv. Jure, St George, Biokovo Croatia - AndAdventure

Biokovo Mountain

Biokovo – magically rises from the sea, high to the clouds, inviting you to explore its peaks and hiking paths. The unique juxtaposition between the almost two-thousand-meter-high snowy mountain and the serene coastline is striking. But don’t get fooled – since this mountain can be as mild as cruel.

Split green market

Slow travel in Croatia – insider tips on how to travel better

Slow travel in Croatia- discovering authentic Croatia Dubrovnik, Hvar, Split, Plitvice Lakes, Krka Waterfalls, summer beaches, swimming, the Blue Cave on the Island of Vis are well known as some of Croatia’s best known hot spots and most sought-after activities. Having worked in tourism throughout my entire career, I have personally witnessed these incredible places …

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