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Many wines from the island of Hvar are only available within Croatia — if you ask travelers, that’s part of their appeal.   Although the mental image of Hvar for many travelers stops at turquoise waters and intricate marble buildings, the island holds many unexpected treasures for those willing to explore beyond

The personal stories of an animated guide made one guest’s trip to Croatia unforgettable. A Guest Travel Diary We knew when we saw Adriano running across the dusty road to meet us on the way to Pula — a smile turning up the corners of his mustache in the glaring summer heat —

Food tastes better where ‘local’ and ‘organic’ are the norm, not the exception — and that’s only part of why Croatia’s food is so delicious! Travel is one sacred time where diets can be completely discarded, and palates become open to new flavors. This is particularly necessary in Croatia, where it would be

Sinj celebrates a 300-year-old tradition. Three hundred years ago this week, 700 horsemen in the small Croatian town of Sinj fought back 60,000 Ottoman Turks to defend their city in one of the world’s most celebrated David vs. Goliath battles. To commemorate the battle, the town has held a tournament of skill

Vis is an island full of secrets best discovered first-hand. The Telegraph and Conde Nast Traveller have both (in separate articles) described Vis as an island fit for a James Bond movie — a reference that might get a chuckle out of its 3,000 residents, who love this calm and tranquil island for its stillness

A peaceful escape on the Adriatic Coast If you feel yourself weighed down by the day-to-day stresses of everyday life, we know a place that will put you instantly at peace. Where the Cetina River meets the Adriatic Sea — and where rocky mountains meet lush vegetation and green valleys — you’ll

Visit this uninhabited Croatian island to ‘unplug’ and reconnect with nature. Just south of Hvar is a group of islands so under-the-radar, the only traffic you’re likely to find will be hikers on footpaths and boats coming from the marina. The Paklinski Islands, filled with secret coves and swimming spots, is a

Nin is rich in history, but the views aren’t bad either. Unless you grew up in Croatia (or really know your medieval history), you might not yet have heard of Nin, a small, centuries-old city nestled in a peaceful lagoon near Zadar. And to be honest, the few thousand people who live here might be

  What makes Croatian fritule so very sweet? Well, it helps that these specialties — akin to a far superior donut hole — are organic, much like all homemade food in Croatia, but just as importantly, they’re made with joy. At this Croatian bakery in Split, trays of fritule join other tasty

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