Photogallery: Croatia: Medieval Town Rovinj
Croatia: Medieval Town Rovinj
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Croatian town of Rovinj is lcoated on the Istrian peninsula. It is quintessential features are narrow streets, small squares, old houses, many of which are built on cliffs rising from the sea, fruit markets and various stalls with souvenirs. A walk in the town and visits in coffee bars will enchant you with Mediterranean atmosphere. Meanwhile, you can enjoy it on photos. However, if you can visit this picturesque place on the Earth, it will sure be worth it!
Text and photo: Oskár Mažgút
When making acquintance with Istria towns, small town of Rovinj could not be omitted in any case. You are recommended to visit such locality and enjoy fully local atmosphere. This fact would bring unforgettable experience to each traveller, especially, when you feel to be like in Italy in this Croatian town.
The national park covers an area of almost 300 square kilometers yet visitors may access only a fraction of it. The greater part of the reserve is home to large beasts including bears. Seldomly a lynx has been spotted.
Sibenik is mere 200 kilometers from Plitvica Lakes, we mentioned these in our previous article. There are plentiful options where to find accommodation. I recommend you to stay at a hotel in Sibenik for you will stay many, many times at camps while in Croatia.
Upon visit to the town of sibenik, we set out to Krka National Park. We have known it only on pictures so we are really eager to see it for real. We really are looking forward to swim under the waterfall and also to see the longest and most visited waterfall on the Krka river. Skradinski buk.
From Krka national park to Split. This is our journey today. It takes us about only two hours by car to get from Krka to the city.
We are approaching the end of our tour in Croatian towns and national parks. Today we make our last stop in the city of Zadar.
The holiday season is at its and and we will spend it by the sea. Still, we head to the Croatian island of Hvar where we visit the oldest settlement - the nearly three-thousand-year-old town of Stari Grad.
Every Czech has probably experienced a classic summer vacation at the Adriatic Sea at least once. And there will be not many of those who missed the stories of Indian chief Vinettou and his white brother Old Shatterhand. Are you one of those whom these associations make a smile on their faces? Try to break away from the Croatian coast on your next vacation and let the romantic novels by Karl May to take you to places you know from classic movies based on his novels. You will discover unique national parks and other karst scenery that are undoubtedly one of the most beautiful in Europe.
Croatia, a popular destination not only for Czech tourists, is becoming increasingly popular. It boasts beautiful nature, beautiful towns with charming streets, a long coastline with beautiful beaches and more than a thousand of islands and islets.
Many visitors consider Makarska Riviera to be one of the most attractive parts of Dalmatia and the Adriatic coast. Makarska Riviera has numerous attractive pebble beaches surrounded by pine forests and beautiful blue sea. Makarska Riviera is located at the foot of the impressive Biokovo Mountain, home of the Nature Park of Biokovo. Situated between beautiful Omiš, the center of Omiš Riviera in the north and remarkable Dubrovnik in the south, Makarska Riviera stretches around 55 km.
Zadar and the North Dalmatia are ideal summer holiday destinations - they offer everything you need for perfect vacations, therefore, it is no wonder that the Zadar region has been attracting many tourists every year. Remarkable historical and cultural monuments, beautiful surrounding islands, the most beautiful beaches, bays and coves on the Adriatic sea, vicinity to four national parks, good traffic connections, delicious traditional Mediterannean food, and domestic vine are just some of the reasons why to visit this area.
Winter is still here. In spite it is still cold the summer is getting closer by every day. Hence one should start to think about a summer vacation alerady. Czechs love Croatia. We tell you where to go. Our destination are not only the famous Plitvice lakes yet many other national parks as well.
The Plitvice Lakes are situated in the Dinaric karst area at altitude of 500–640 meters. These are a group of 16 large and several small karst lakes in cascade arrangement. Over 140 waterfalls links these lakes together. The cascades were created by activity of unique bacteria living in moss and grass. Barriers between the lakes rise up to 3 centimeters each year.
This bay is also known as Lim Canal, and you can find it on west coast of Istria, six kilometres distant from the town of Rovinj. The canal is nine kilometres long and was established with inundation of karst valley.
I was one of the ten most beautiful islands in the world... Taking the bus to the Croatian port of Split from Bratislava lasted approximately 12 hours. Luckily it was that the island is almost at the very south of Croatia, and the number of passengers slightly exceeded the number 20. So in the bus each passenger had two seats, and that is real luxury.
I visited one of the ten most beautiful island in the world ...
Everyone of us imagines something different when thinking about an ideal vacation. Someone likes to lie on a beach; some breaks his limits when climbing on mountains, or throws away his responsibility and goes to wild parties. For me it is a combination of everything mentioned above – from beaches, through crazy sports, to exploration of beauties of nature and tasting local cuisine.
The Istrian Peninsula is located between the Gulf of Terste and the Gulf of Kvarner. It is the largest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea. Istria is divided between Italy, Slovenia and the largest part of the peninsula belongs to Croatia. To Croatia our today’s journey gets.
Towards the end of the summer beaches are not that overcrowded. The sun is still warm and the accommodation prices or prices for beach attractions are going down. Thus we and our friends set out to the „Slovak“ sea, to Croatia.
For decades Croatia has been popular destination among Czech tourists. Every year many families set off for a family vacation for several days at blue Adriatic Sea, eating Balkan cuisine and enjoying its culture.
Last time we finished in Kaptol, a religious center of the Croatian capital, that contains a beautiful cathedral. Today we start where we left.
Last two parts were about historical core of the city. Today we give you some tips on what landmarks to see in Zagreb.
In case you have only a short vacation and you intend to drive to the sea by car then Umag is a great place in Croatia. It is a port town on the Istria peninsula. Among its advantages are clear sea or beaches that are not overcrowded.
Pag is the fifth largest island in all of Croatia. It is famous in the world for lace, Pag cheese, white wine, salt and especially the beaches and its nightlife. It differs from mainland Croatia in that it retains its rural character. Although this has changed in recent years and the island is visited mainly by young people interested in enjoying party life on the famous beach Zrce.
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