Paros

The island of Paros lies in the center of the Aegean Sea in Greece. It’s a member of the Cyclades. It’s also the third most popular island in its group after Santorini and Marina Mykonos. Only a 5 km long canal divides the 165 km2 big island from Naxos. 1 km southwest from the island, there’s a smaller one called Antiparos, which is very famous for its marble host rock. The highest point

Mykonos

Do you want an unforgettable travel to the Greek shores? Milling is important, but you’re interested in culture as well? The island of Mykonos is an ideal choice, that has more surprises than you’d think! Mediterranean beaches, fresh sea air, and water sports are waiting just for you.

Paros

The island of Paros lies in the center of the Aegean Sea in Greece. It’s a member of the Cyclades. It’s also the third most popular island in its group after Santorini and Marina Mykonos. Only a 5 km long canal divides the 165 km2 big island from Naxos. 1 km southwest from the island, there’s a smaller one called Antiparos, which is very famous for its marble host rock. The highest point

Paros

The island of Paros lies in the center of the Aegean Sea in Greece. It’s a member of the Cyclades. It’s also the third most popular island in its group after Santorini and Marina Mykonos. Only a 5 km long canal divides the 165 km2 big island from Naxos. 1 km southwest from the island, there’s a smaller one called Antiparos, which is very famous for its marble host rock. The highest point

Kos

Do you wish for a vacation on the Aegean Sea, while avoiding crowds? Would you set up cultural programs, but also make time for relaxation? The answer is really easy! The island of Kos has everything, you’ve dreamt of. Historical time travel, picturesque beaches, private gulfs, and hidden sections of coast are all waiting for you.

Kos

Do you wish for a vacation on the Aegean Sea, while avoiding crowds? Would you set up cultural programs, but also make time for relaxation? The answer is really easy! The island of Kos has everything, you’ve dreamt of. Historical time travel, picturesque beaches, private gulfs, and hidden sections of coast are all waiting for you.

Kos

Do you wish for a vacation on the Aegean Sea, while avoiding crowds? Would you set up cultural programs, but also make time for relaxation? The answer is really easy! The island of Kos has everything, you’ve dreamt of. Historical time travel, picturesque beaches, private gulfs, and hidden sections of coast are all waiting for you.

Skiathos

Do you wish for a wonderful vacation on the Greek shore? Would you relax under the palm trees on a beautiful beach, or relieve the stress with an unforgettable party? If so, the magical, forest-filled island of Skiathos is the best choice. Milling nightlife, crystal clear water, and lifelong experiences are waiting for you here.

Athens

Are you looking for an unforgettable trip to Greece? You don’t have to search any further for your destination. The Greek capital is a place that everyone has to admire at least once in their lives. A historic travel back in time and a breathtaking sea adventure await!

Athens

Are you looking for an unforgettable trip to Greece? You don’t have to search any further for your destination. The Greek capital is a place that everyone has to admire at least once in their lives. A historic travel back in time and a breathtaking sea adventure await!

Biograd na Moru

Biograd is a very popular destination amongst the tourists, thanks to its history from the old times. We guarantee you will find a program here that you like, whether you ate into the sea, history or shopping.

Sukosan

Sukosan is a small town and also a port. Those who would enrich their holiday with various activities have several opportunities to do so here. Fans of active relaxation can choose from many options. For example, volleyball, basketball, football, tennis, hiking, and cycling. And even surfing, rafting, diving, fishing, paintball and a lot more.

Zadar

Zadar is the Croatian name of Dalmatia’s capital. It’s on a neck of land on the Adriatic Seacoast next to a canal, sheltered by the sea through the islands of Ugljan and Pasman.

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is one of the most popular cities in Croatia. It is located at the southernmost edge of Croatia and it is also referred to as one of the country’s most beautiful cities. Its old town is part of the world heritage, the palace is one of the world’s most beautiful and largest Roman buildings that has survived history.

Croatia

With its clear sea, pleasant summer climate, historic towns, fishing villages and uninhabited creeks, the Croatian shores of the Adriatic Sea have a prominent place in the hearts of water sports enthusiasts.

Paros

The island of Paros lies in the center of the Aegean Sea in Greece. It’s a member of the Cyclades. It’s also the third most popular island in its group after Santorini and Marina Mykonos. Only a 5 km long canal divides the 165 km2 big island from Naxos. 1 km southwest from the island, there’s a smaller one called Antiparos, which is very famous for its marble host rock. The highest point

Mediterranean

No wonder the Mediterranean region is a popular destination amongst travellers, as its natural features, wonderful beaches, the boat trips offered and the climate make the area a very pleasant one. This article lists all the important information that is worth noting for anyone who would like to visit the region.

Krk

Neighbouring Croatia is the oasis of calmness. Evergreen forests, vineyards, pleasant sunshine, the rivers Drava and Mura and beautiful nature will expect you. In this region you can be sure to find silence and calmness of the countryside.

Krk

Neighbouring Croatia is the oasis of calmness. Evergreen forests, vineyards, pleasant sunshine, the rivers Drava and Mura and beautiful nature will expect you. In this region you can be sure to find silence and calmness of the countryside.

Sukosan

Sukosan is a small town and also a port. Those who would enrich their holiday with various activities have several opportunities to do so here. Fans of active relaxation can choose from many options. For example, volleyball, basketball, football, tennis, hiking, and cycling. And even surfing, rafting, diving, fishing, paintball and a lot more.

Biograd na Moru

Biograd is a very popular destination amongst the tourists, thanks to its history from the old times. We guarantee you will find a program here that you like, whether you ate into the sea, history or shopping.

Pula

Pula is the capital of the peninsula of Istria and used to be a city of special importance in the Roman Empire. The amphitheatre of Pula is bigger than the Colosseum in Rome. Pula is one of the largest ports and trade centre of the North-Adriatic region. It is a very popular travel destination due to its sights and hiking opportunities.

Pula

Pula is the capital of the peninsula of Istria and used to be a city of special importance in the Roman Empire. The amphitheatre of Pula is bigger than the Colosseum in Rome. Pula is one of the largest ports and trade centre of the North-Adriatic region. It is a very popular travel destination due to its sights and hiking opportunities.

Pula

Pula is the capital of the peninsula of Istria and used to be a city of special importance in the Roman Empire. The amphitheatre of Pula is bigger than the Colosseum in Rome. Pula is one of the largest ports and trade centre of the North-Adriatic region. It is a very popular travel destination due to its sights and hiking opportunities.

Pula

Pula is the capital of the peninsula of Istria and used to be a city of special importance in the Roman Empire. The amphitheatre of Pula is bigger than the Colosseum in Rome. Pula is one of the largest ports and trade centre of the North-Adriatic region. It is a very popular travel destination due to its sights and hiking opportunities.

Sibenik

Sibenik is Croatia’s third largest port city. Its location is fantastic and it has such natural values that everyone should see once in his/her life. Sibenik is a special city, because like most cities at the Adriatic Sea in the Middle Ages, it wasn’t built at the coast, but at a river. Its special feature is that the river with freshwater flows into the salty sea water at Sibenik, as it do

Trogir

You don’t have to travel far for a quality beach experience! The city of Trogir is a superb choice, as you simply have to jump over to the neighbours by car, but you also find an international airport directly next to the island.

Sibenik

Sibenik is Croatia’s third largest port city. Its location is fantastic and it has such natural values that everyone should see once in his/her life. Sibenik is a special city, because like most cities at the Adriatic Sea in the Middle Ages, it wasn’t built at the coast, but at a river. Its special feature is that the river with freshwater flows into the salty sea water at Sibenik, as it do

Sibenik

Sibenik is Croatia’s third largest port city. Its location is fantastic and it has such natural values that everyone should see once in his/her life. Sibenik is a special city, because like most cities at the Adriatic Sea in the Middle Ages, it wasn’t built at the coast, but at a river. Its special feature is that the river with freshwater flows into the salty sea water at Sibenik, as it do

Trogir

You don’t have to travel far for a quality beach experience! The city of Trogir is a superb choice, as you simply have to jump over to the neighbours by car, but you also find an international airport directly next to the island.

Sibenik

Sibenik is Croatia’s third largest port city. Its location is fantastic and it has such natural values that everyone should see once in his/her life. Sibenik is a special city, because like most cities at the Adriatic Sea in the Middle Ages, it wasn’t built at the coast, but at a river. Its special feature is that the river with freshwater flows into the salty sea water at Sibenik, as it do

Trogir

You don’t have to travel far for a quality beach experience! The city of Trogir is a superb choice, as you simply have to jump over to the neighbours by car, but you also find an international airport directly next to the island.

Zadar

Zadar is the Croatian name of Dalmatia’s capital. It’s on a neck of land on the Adriatic Seacoast next to a canal, sheltered by the sea through the islands of Ugljan and Pasman.

Zadar

Zadar is the Croatian name of Dalmatia’s capital. It’s on a neck of land on the Adriatic Seacoast next to a canal, sheltered by the sea through the islands of Ugljan and Pasman.

Split

Split is the second-largest city in Croatia with more than 200 000 residents. It’s the biggest city in the Adriatic Sea. It’s considered the main transit point of the region – you can easily come here on land, by boat, or take a flight.

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