Lake Garda is the largest lake in Italy. It is located between the Alps and the Po Valley, on the border shared by the Tentino-Alto Adige, Lombardia and Veneto regions. Its territory is 369.98 square kilometres. Its maximum length is 51.6 kilometres, its maximum width is 17.5 kilometres and its shoreline is 158.4 kilometres. Its water is extremely deep. The average depth is 65 meters, while the


Puglia stretches on the Apennine Peninsula, in the south of Italy. The capital of the region is Bari but there are other popular metropolises here too, such as Lecce or Brindisi. Puglia forms the heel of the ‘Italian Boot’, extended by the ‘spur’, the Gargano Peninsula. It’s bordered by the Adriatic Sea on the East and the Ionian Sea on the South. With it’s being a plateau, there ar


Salerno, a city and the capital of the province in the Campania region, lies on the gulf of the same name. On its borders there are Baronissi, Castiglione del Genovesi, Cava de’ Tirreni, Giffoni Valle Piana, Pellezzano, Pontecagnano Faiano, San Cipriano Picentino, San Mango Piemonte, and Vietri sul Mare. It has into two parts: the modern port and the typical Medieval Old Town.


Agropoli is in the Campania region in the County of Salerno. It is considered the most important town on the beaches of Cilento. Its borders: Capaccio, Castellabate, Cicerale, Laureana Cilento, Ogliastro Cilento, Prignano Cilento and Torchiara.

Amalfi Coast

One of the most breathtaking coastlines of the world, the Amalfi Coast stretches for 50 km from the south of Naples, by the Salerno Gulf. The view of the range of hills, reaching the height of 1400 m, majestically towering above the coastline will definitely leave you breathless. And the cliff coast offers awe-inspiring vistas, overlooking the pristine waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea.

San Remo

Sanremo is located in Italy in the district of Imperia. It is about 20 kilometres from the French border, lies directly on the Mediterranean coast. It is the capital of the Riviera dei Fiori, the Flower Riviera. The settlement was established in the Roman era and now has more than 50,000 permanent residents. The Ligurian Alps make the area mountainous.


Genoa is the capital of Liguria province and the meeting point of the Eastern Riviera and the Western Riviera, as well as the most significant port city in Italy, lined by the Mediterranean Sea and encircled by the Ligurian Apennines. The city is also a significant transport hub on land, easily accessible on the motorway from Torino, Florence, Rome, Milan and Pisa.

Italian Riviera

The most frequently visited town in the Italian Riviera. The crystal clear water will be really refreshing during the hot days. It is located in a beautiful environment, in a tiny bay.


Liguria is a north Italian region, bordered by France on the West, the Ligurian Sea on the South, Piemont and Emilia-Romagna on the North and Tuscany on the East. It’s capital, Genoa is famous for its vessel traffic, thus making the region a perfect destination if you’re renting a boat in Liguria.


The town is located in the northeastern region of Sardinia, in the province of Sassari. You can find this charming town in Cugnana Bay near San Panteolo and Porto Rotondo.

Santa Teresa Gallura

It is a small town on the northern tip of Sardinia, Italy, in Olbia-Tempio County. Santa Teresa Gallura’s neighbouring towns are Palau, Tempio Pausania and Aglientu. Due to its favourable location, it is a perfect starting-off point to explore Corsica nearby and the picturesque La Maddalena island group.


The town is located in the northeastern area of Sardinia, in the province of Olbia-Tempio. The river called Rio San Giovanni flows into Arzachena Bay near Cannigione. Stagno di Saloni, which is one of the most significant aquatic habitats on the Adriatic Sea, can also be found here; it provides a home for several bird species.


The town can be found in the province of Olbia-Tempio in Sardinia, Italy. The holiday resort shares borders with Alà dei Sardi, Golfo Aranci, Monti, Sant’Antonio di Gallura, San Teodoro, Arzachena and Padru. Loiri Porto San Paolo and Telti are also its neighbours.

Costa Smeralda

Costa Smeralda or otherwise the citadel of luxury. It’s defined by sparkling sunshine and surrounded by dazzling white sandy shores. Cliffs reaching into the water are flat and smooth due to the wind. Dark macchia and the shiny blue sky over it. The pink, violet, and green coloured stones are polished, created by the forces of nature. They recall the silhouettes of fairy-tale figures. Their s


Cagliari is the capital of Sardinia and the centre of the Province of Cagliari. It is located in the southern part of the Italian island. It shares borders with the Campidano plains on the north, the Capoterra mountains on the west and the Sette Fratelli mountains on the east. Similarly to Rome, Lisboa and Istanbul, Cagliari was also built on seven hills. These constitute the quarters of the ci


The city of Alghero is located in Italy, in the province of Sassari in the Sardinia region. It can be found on the northwestern part of the island. It shares its borders with Olmedo, Putifigari, Sassari, Uri and Villanova Monteleone.


This place is unique because of the crystal clear sea, the emerald lagoons and the variety of underwater life. The coastline has many rocky bays and peninsulas where sandy beaches, small fishing marinas, water and wind shaped granite rocks and shrubs are reaching each other. We can find traces of the thousands of years old culture on the whole island.


Sicily – the island of the Sun – has beautiful landscapes to offer. The view of the island is determined by wonderful baroque towns, fantastic beaches with cliffs and pebbles and the enormous Etna volcano. The mountains and valleys of natural beauty, almost hidden towns, the rich historical past and the pleasant sea air are all very attractive. You make a good choice, if you spend your holi


Italy is located in South-Europe. It incorporates the valley of the Po River, the Apennine Peninsula, the two big islands of the Mediterranean, Sicily and Sardinia; and numerous smaller islands.


This coastal town is located in the Bay of Kotor, in the southwestern part of Montenegro. There is an airport next to Tivat.


The Montenegrin city is located in the eastern part of the Bay of Kotor. Mountains between 1000 and 1700 metres in height surround it. Although the bay is actually a river flooded by the sea, it is one of the deepest inland bays in the Adriatic Sea. Sometimes we refer to Kotor as the southernmost fjord in Europe.


On a European scale Montenegro is a relatively rarely inhabited area in the Dinaric Alps. Steep hillsides divided by bays follow its shore along the Adriatic coast. The largest is the Bay of Kotor. The Montenegrin coast is located in the southeastern part of the Adriatic Sea, between Croatia and Albania.


Abbazia (in Italian), also known as Opatija (in Croatian) is one of the most pleasant holiday spots of the Adriatic Sea for tourists. You will be pleased by natural plants, laurus, nerium and palms in a pleasant environment during your holidays. If you don’t want to travel far away, are still you looking for quality holidays, then this city of the Adriatic region is your prime choice.

Mali Losinj

Mali Losinj in the north of the Adriatic, on the western edge of the Kvarner Bay, on the island of Losinj, it lies in the end of a narrow and deep bay. Besides Mali Lošinj, you will find some uninhabited islands that you should explore on the back of the waves, renting a boat became an essential program to families.

Kvarner Bay

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.


Brbinj is a very special holiday resort on the island of Dugi Otok. The place is beautiful, it is stoned and built of stone. This place is expecting you with long coastal promenades and bike and jogging paths. What you find here is surely unforgettable hikes, beaches off the track, sunshine and a calm environment.


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.


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.


Šolta is one of the wonderful islands that lie on the coast of Dalmatia. It is only nine nautical miles from Split, thus it is also called the „outskirts” of the capital of Dalmatia. Šolta Island is 19 km long and 4.5 km wide. The island has wonderful open and hidden bay


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.


You don’t know how to relieve the stress of work? Or are you just looking for some relaxation after your exams? Makarska is a perfect choice to leave the weariness of the busy work-days behind. Rest for a while under the shadow of pine trees, on the white pebble beach, on the crystal clear sea, or in a safe port on the deck of a boat. This is also a place for the lovers of gastronomy, the res


Dalmatia is full of wonderful islands. It’s time for you to explore one. Visit the gorgeous island of Murter. Most islands are only accessible by ferry or boat.

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