Croatia is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. The sea is, on the Adriatic coast is a bright turquoise and inviting that I want to jump into it every time you see it. With terracotta roofs and white stone walls of the old city and the village is very picturesque. In Croatia, not only beautiful, but the locals are friendly, and the budget ddlya of rest can be mild, with plenty of fresh produce and seafood.
8. Beach park Marjan
Marjan Park – a forest reserve, where pine trees grow. At the edge of the park are small secluded beaches. Beaches closest to the entrance of the park filled with bathers people, but the farther into the woods to walk in the park, you can discover the amazing secret places.
7. Visit Zadar
The coast in Zadar there is something unique. In Zadar you can go by boat to Zadar archipelago. On these islands, fewer tourists than on the coast of Split, and there still is, a turquoise sea and long white beach areas. Some of the islands are uninhabited, while on the other there is a neat little villages.
To fully explore this magnificent Croatian island, you need to take the ferry and to break away from civilization for a few days. Visit the St. Stephen’s Cathedral in the harbor. If you feel energetic and full of energy, climb the hill to the castle Spanoyaola. Then get to the Pakleni archipelago, is a great place for snorkeling, kayaking or tanning in the sun. If you want to visit a great little secret beach, then visit the head of Robinson. It can be reached only by boat.
5. Explore Old Town
Dubrovnik – Old Town, enclosed in a large medieval stone walls. Here you can walk along the cobbled streets, up and down the stone stairs. If you are a brave man, take a swimsuit or swimming trunks go to a cafe Buza. Buza is a hole in the wall. And this hole in the old city wall, which overlooks the cliffs. Here you can relax, have a beer, watch the sunset, or jump down from a cliff into the water. Often held music festivals and concerts here. And if you are in Germany in February, you have the unique opportunity to visit a concert Baskov . More information about purchasing tickets can be found on the www.bileter.de portal.
4. Visit the Roman ruins
Diocletian’s Palace in Split is a perfect example of ancient architecture, which is not inferior to modern. People still live in the old Roman fortress. Try a free walking tour to learn a bit about the history of the Diocletian’s Palace, which is more like a small town. Open the temple of Jupiter and the four large entrance, stroll through the peristyle, or central square.
3. On the islands
In Croatia, a lot of the islands, and they are all unique and with its charms. Adriatic Sea in the summer so clear and blue that spend a little time to swim is a must. If you do not like beaches, check Lovrensina beach on Brac. Less crowded than the Zlatni Rat, it is a sandy place ideal for relaxing. Visit Korcula for a day or two and explore the picturesque fortress town. Take a break from the heat and take a stroll along the shady streets or go to the house of Marco Polo.
2. Plitvice Lakes National Park
One of the most beautiful destinations in Croatia – Plitvice lakes. Explore this place on the bike, so you will see 16 different interconnected lakes. Lakes system is so large that it is better to spend the night in the park. Try to spend the night with a local family and experience the Croatian hospitality.
1. Kayaking in the Adriatic Sea
The sea around the coast of Croatia is so pure that walks on kayaks are mandatory. If you want a little more adrenaline, go kayaking in the rapids and waterfalls Mreznika river.