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Dive into the christal blue sea..
Mediterranean place located on eastern coastline of Istrian peninsula is well-known on its white pebble beaches.


Croatian "Must visit " locations

 Amphitheater - Pula
Amphitheater - Pula Amphitheater in Pula was built in the first century; it was used mostly as a location for holding gladiator battles, that ended in the 5 st., whereas today it is used used for cultural manifestations.In the areas beneath the arena there is a permanent exhibit of „Olive oil and wine manufacturing in ancient Istria“.

 Euphrasius Basilica - Porec

  Euphrasius Basilica - Porec Euphrasius Basilica is one of the most precious early byzantine monuments, comprising a 6th century complex of sacral buildings erected during the time of Bishop Euphrasius, in the northeast part of the urban-historical core of the city of Porec. In 1997 it was placed on UNESCO’s list of world heritage sights.

 Church of St. Donatus - Zadar

  Church of St. Donatus - Zadar Originally dedicated to the Holy Trinity, the church was renamed its present name in the 15th century after the bishop Donatus who had begun its construction. Excellent acoustics of the interior is used as the concert venue for the annual International Festival of Medieval Renaissance Music that has been held here since 1960.

 St. Jacobs Cathedral - Sibenik

  St. Jacobs Cathedral - Sibenik The Cathedral of Saint Jakov, is a three-aisled basilica with three apses and a cupola. It was built in 15. and 16.st. Construction of the cathedral was begun in the Venetian Gothic style, but was completed in the Toscana Renaissance style.One of the most interesting decorations on the church apse are 74 human heads, made in stone.

 Diocletian's Palace - Split

Diocletian's Palace - Split Roman Emperor Diocletian spent the last years of his life in a huge palace that was built near his birthplace, Aspalthos (today Split) in Dalmatia. By its dimensions and preservation, the palace is the most important monument of Roman architecture on the east coast of the Adriatic. It was built around year 300.

Dubrovnik The walls of Dubrovnik round remarkably preserved complex of sacred and secular buildings from all periods of the city's history since its foundation in 7. Century.
Between 14-19. century, Dubrovnik was the centre of Dubrovnik Republic, one of the first independent South Slavic countries.