Makarska Riviera is situated below the mountain Biokovo, which is the second-highest mountain range in Croatia worth the steep climb to enjoy the unforgettable views of Croatia. The mountain is 1762 metres at its highest point and named St.Jura, after the 16th century St.Jura church, which was rebuilt in 1968. It is also part of the Nature Park Biokovo, which other than... Read more
The views, landscapes and beauty spots make Ardèche a "must" tourist destination. In this part of France everyone involved in tourism is friendly and tries to ensure you make the most of your visit. There is a wide choice of accommodation including self catering holiday homes, caravan parks, B&B and Hotels and a host of things to see and do including... Read more
Svetvinčenat is a small Istrian town in the interior of Istria. In recent decades it has become famous for being a stage of numerous cultural events.
In the summer months the medieval castle Morisin-Grimani offers a program as a part of the Istraetnojazz Festival, and on the nearby main town square there is the International Festival of Dance and non-verbal theatre.
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Not far from Šibenik, in a picturesque bay surrounded by numerous islands and islets there is Vodice, one of Croatia's most tidy towns. Its proximity to the Kornati archipelago and river Krka canyon with beautiful waterfalls, as well as the good condition of the town, beaches and parks, makes Vodice a desirable and attractive tourist destination.
As a small town, it lives night and... Read more