Croatian islands of northern Adriatic are located at the former crossroad or “mare quaternium”- the four seas, referring to four different routes by sea, heading to Rijeka and Senj, Venice to Trieste, Ancona, and Zadar, nowadays called in Croatian language Kvarner. This beautiful bay hides three large islands – Cres, Lošinj and Krk, with two […]
Mali Lošinj, the largest town on the island of Lošinj, is a treat to visit. The town, which crosses both sides on the island’s narrowest point, is situated at the top of a long natural harbor. The coastline is lined by a string of towering 19th-century sea captains’ residences, and even in the height of […]
Dubrovnik remains one of Croatia’s most attractive destinations, be it for the Old Town’s charm, excellent gastronomy, but also the surroundings not yet well discovered. My favorite swimming spots are at the Elaphite Islands, but nothing beats the excursion trip to famous Ston.