Holidays on the Mediterranean…Fragrant fields of lavender and sunflower, crystal blue sea, vineyards, olives, fish, intoxicating wine, nights bathed with scents of figs, sage and rosemary, are certainly the first associations that Croatia as a tourist destination wakes up with everyone who has at least once visited it. Along with this, there are numerous cultural, entertainment and sports facilities that will make your vacation in Croatia unforgettable.
Dubrovnik is probably the biggest star of the coast, and who has visited it certainly could not resist its beauty. It also has many luxurious hotels, restaurants, and tourists always – at any time of the year, but if you go into small streets outside the center you can discover many interesting things.
It is one of the best cheeses in Croatia, and according to some – even in the world. The cheese is an autochthonous Croatian product, wrapped with numerous world awards and recognitions, and produced by many families in this region. Six liters of sheep’s milk are consumed to produce a kilogram of Pag cheese.
Old Town of Pag
In the Old Town, remains of ancient monuments and fragments of megalithic foundations were discovered, pointing to the possibility that the city was there in the Hellenic era. Because of salt-pans, the city was often a target of attack, and it was precisely in this area, from the 11th to the 15th centuries, that a struggle was struck between two strong ecclesiastical, economic and military centers, Zadar and Rab.
Restaurant Nautika – Dubrovnik
Nautika, a place with the most beautiful view in the most beautiful city in Croatia, the quintessence of decent and unintelligible hedonism. First-class fish, crustaceans, and vegetables found themselves in the good society of chef Maria Bunda.
Drazica beach – Krk
An attractive city beach with a clean sea is known for having a part adapted for bathers with dogs, which attracts numerous tourists who do not want to get away from their pets on the sea.
This is one of the most impressive Roman ruins, under the protection of UNESCO, and still serves the purpose – here it can be beautifully lived. It is the heart of Split, a part with shops, bars, and, of course, lots of tourists.
Coffee in Zagreb
One way to experience a peak, the ritual of morning coffee on Saturday before lunch is to sit on one of the terraces, order a macchiato and watch the environment. On summer nights, this can be turned into a street party.