Located on the Makarska Riviera just below Biokovo, in the heart of Dalmatia, Baška Voda is a true gem on the Adriatic coast. Due to the hard work of its worthy inhabitants, this former fishing and agricultural village has developed into an attractive tourist destination. The villas, hotels, and apartments, as well as the cultural-sporting and entertainment events offer a wide range of options... Read more
Vodnjan – a famous tourist destination in the southwest of Istria. On every corner, the city exudes history, every path hides a building, a church, a palace built in the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles. The most interesting is the Gothic palace of the Bettica family, a popular castle built in 1300. The parish church of sv. Vlaho [St. Blaise] is attractive and has the tallest bell tower... Read more
Tar and Vabriga, once two villages, now make up one municipality with one side facing the sea, the other the fertile Istrian interior. The hardworking inhabitants of this region engage in agriculture, tourism and fishing. Therefore, tourists can enjoy all the comforts of Istrian cuisine made from fruits of the sea and land and your palette can be treated to some famous Istrian wines. Read more
Bale is a typical Istrian town, located 5 km from the sea. This small, peaceful coastal town is built from winding paved alleys, centennial customs and renditions which echo within the walls of the medieval castle. The Bemboz Palace from the 10th century represents the greatest tourist attraction of the town and the centre of its social life.
During the summer, the town hosts eminent... Read more