Vodice is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Adriatic region. It is especially lucrative for lovers of extreme sports and sailing. For those arriving from distant countries, it is close to two international airports. Vodice lies at the coast in a wide bay.


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


Slano is a small treasure chest of Croatia, with pleasant weather, white shore, and crystal-clear water, all of this located in the stunning, untouched nature. Mediterranean plants and carob trees cast shadows on the pebbly sand of the beautiful beach. Far away from the noise of the city, this place is ideal for relaxation. The village is in a gulf, which is safe for boats in case of poor weath


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’s most beautiful parts and natural wealth can be found in Dalmatia. So it is no surprise that the area is one of the most popular tourist attractions of the Mediterranean region. Paying a visit to the Adriatic Sea can be an awesome experience in itself, as everyone can find something to their taste and choose amongst the crystal clear sea and the rocky, pebbly or sandy beaches. Nature


One of the most popular resort towns in Istria, Rabac is in a picturesque environment, a gulf surrounded by olive groves and pine trees. Aside from the lovely scenery, the seashore is what attracts tourists the most. Pebble and rock beaches have deck chairs, boat and other watercraft rental opportunities, playgrounds for the children, and lifeguards for the sake of the visitors’ safety. The t


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.


Istria is a peninsula of the Adriatic Sea, which belongs to Croatia and it is the northern coast section of the country. Its area is 2,820 km2. Istria is bordered by the bay of Trieste to the west, the Kvarner Bay to the east and the Cicarija mountains and the Ucka mountains to the north.


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.


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.

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