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Park
“Krka waterfalls are located not so far away from Split and are almost as beautiful as Plitvice lakes. You can also go swimming under the fall while visiting. ”
340 lokale anbefaler
Park
“Nature, hiking, fresh air. Spend one day in the mountains away from all trasic and noises, just relax and enjoy hiking and nature. In Paklenica is also Maita peć Cave but in fall, pring and winter it works only on some day on the week. So call the park berore if you would like to visit the Cave”
127 lokale anbefaler
Monument / Landmark
“This is a superb spot to peacefully watch the sun go down to the mesmerising tones of Zadar's most popular attraction.”
122 lokale anbefaler
Park
“Declared a national park in 1980, this island ecosystem has a story of its own. Rich in marine life, Kornati national park is equipped with 8 hiking tracks leading up viewpoint overlooking the entire park. Rich in animal life, there are over 850 living species in the sea, making it perfect for snorkelling and discovering new depths.”
150 lokale anbefaler
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“A trip to the Telaščica Nature Park is an unmissable part of a visit to Dugi Otok – it’s within biking distance from Sali. Telašćica Bay is a 8km deep inlet dotted with bays, islets and cliffs. A spectacular saltwater lake lies next to the bay – the water is warm and you can swim there. Legends abound about hidden treasure and ancient inhabitants with five horns on their heads. More visible treasure is the wildlife that abounds there, from pine to fig to olive to moufflon (a kind of wild sheep). Although the park is not commercialised, there are facilities for tourists providing fresh fish and local wine. Paradise indeed.”
29 lokale anbefaler
Beach
“Adrenaline lovers will be delighted by the rich offer of extreme sports such as wake boarding, bungee jumping, flyboarding, parasailing, wind surfering or kite surfing. ”
5 lokale anbefaler
Park
“The Queen Jelena Madijevka Park was built on top of a former military bastion. The peaceful garden has a few benches, walking paths and a café. It's a nice place to chill out and to take a quick bite during walking around the town. ”
10 lokale anbefaler
Beach
“Great sandy beach, especially nice for the kids.... also finding of medicinal mud which many people use for healing”
8 lokale anbefaler
Travel Agency
1 lokal anbefaler
Campground
“Holiday Resort Zaton, full of atractions for kids. There are beautiful sand beaches. After 6 pm is free entrance! Only 6 kilometres from Kožino.”
10 lokale anbefaler
Beach
“The parish church of Sts Stošije was built in the middle of the 18th century on the predominance of Glavica. He is devoted to the Sri Lankan martyr of Anastasia (Stošija). It's long 33, 12,50 feet high and 10 meters high. The church was dedicated to Zadar Archbishop Matija Karaman in 1761 during the parish of Ante Jurasović - Eškinje, as evidenced by the inscription embedded in the baroque portal. At the top of the gable is the patron saint of the patron saint. The inside of the church is covered with properly carved stone tombstones, some of them with inscriptions. There are five altars in the church, highlighted by a gilded wooden altar from the 18th century.”
2 lokale anbefaler
Park
1 lokal anbefaler
Campground
““Eco camp "Rizvan City" is located in a small village Rizvanuša in the heart of some of the most beautiful countryside in Croatia. The camp is surrounded by stunning landscapes and located at the foot of the Velebit Mountain. There is a list of activities in the offer: Climbing wall•Zip line•Paintball•Archery•Giant swing•Human table football•Quad safari•Jeep safari•Absailing•Caving adventure•Canoe safari””
6 lokale anbefaler
Seafood Restaurant
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“Not a big wowo effect it will leave on someone because people will think it is only two stones but for us local is tradition part of our history. Mirila, stone monuments to the departed, can be found along the mountain paths, passes, elevations and clearings of Mt. Velebit. Mirila date from the times of the Velebit hamlets (17th–20th centuries), that mainly survived from animal husbandry. On this place was erected a mirilo, the resting place of the deceased. Flat stone tablets were generally laid at the head and foot of the deceased, marking his height, to be connected at a later date by a row of stone tablets. The headstones were also sometimes subsequently adorned with symbols carved in shallow relief. These mirila were venerated and visited more than graves, as it was believed that the grave only contained “the body without the soul, which remained at the mirilo.””
3 lokale anbefaler
Park
1 lokal anbefaler
Beach
“The largest public beach in this part of the town. It is made mostly of the small rocks. There is a caffe bar on the beach and a large dock where you can try diving!”
4 lokale anbefaler