Buje is an Istrian town on a hill that has magnificent views of the fertile fields, olive groves and vineyards that make this region so famous. It is only a few kilometres away from the sea, which can be reached via the picturesque wine and olive roads and well tended pedestrian and bicycle trails.
Thanks to its centuries-old ties with Rome and Venice, its historical centre has a... Read more
The biggest settlement and ferry port on the island of Brač, Supetar, is one of the major tourist centres in Dalmatia. It is situated in the northern part of the island in the Bay of Saint Peter, which gave the town its name. Supetar is the ideal destination for all those who wish to enjoy the rich heritage of the island and the continental part of Central Dalmatia, relaxing at the same time... Read more
Sukošan – a village and harbour in the large bay of Zlatna Luka is about ten kilometres away from Zadar. Due to its extraordinary position and natural beauty, Sukošan is a well developed tourist resort. Read more
When you drive down the west side of the Istrian Y you will see a little village on the hill - Višnjan. In the streets of the old part of Višnjan you can experience the spirit of the rich historical heritage of this place. Every stone, every corner, and each family can tell you a legend or a true story about the villages past.
Go down the Venice Lion path, or perhaps, ride a... Read more