Mali Lošinj is the largest town on the island and the Adriatic islands, and with 7 000 inhabitants the biggest island town in the Adriatic. It is a significant nautical port because it is located on a sea faring route between Istria and Dalmatia, and is one of the main tourist and maritime centres in the Croatian Adriatic.
The healthy effects of the island's climate, the warm sea,... Read more
A pearly blue sea, a 7 kilometre long pebbly beach, old deserted rural villages built in Dalmatian architecture under the foothills of Biokovo, the well connected foot and cycle trails that offer an exciting view of the islands of Hvar, Brač, Korčula, Vis and Pelješac canal…
Gradac is the administrative centre of the beautiful Dalmatian villages of Drvenik, Zaostrog, Podaca and... Read more
The soul of the town of Novi Vinodolski is visible in its cultural inheritance: Frankopan castle with its tower, cathedral, the chapel of sv. Trojstvo and sv. Marin [St. Trinity and St. Marinus] on an island with the same name, the house of the Mažuranić brothers, the nucleus of the old town and its preserved authentic folklore inheritance. The Vinodolski Code from 1288, a significant legal... Read more
Poreč is a town located in the heart of the western coast of Istria. A town of culture, tourism, sport and leisure, where the aromas and colours of past times form a mosaic of unforgettable experiences.
Traces of the past are preserved in the old part. The stone streets, the remains of ancient temples, forums and other beautiful buildings preserved from ancient times testify to the... Read more