Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goran_safarek/ and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/safarekfilms/ We present you Croatian TOP 10: islands. https://explore-croatia.net/top-10-islands-in-croatia/ Adriatic sea is blessed with hundreds of the island that harbor incredible natural and cultural heritage. With nearly 2,000 miles of coastline and 50 inhabited islands, Croatia has plenty to offer lovers of sea and sunshine. Do you agree on our choice? Comment and make your own list.
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We explore the incredible island of Vis, Croatia. Vis is in the Adriatic Sea, not far from Hvar Island. We stay in Vis town and explore the two sides of the town, Kut and Luka. We also rent bikes and head to the Grandovac beach where we go swimming, afterwards we grab some ice cream. In the evening we visit a restaurant called Lola where we have some fantastic local white wine and a delicious dinner. ------------------ SUBSCRIBE! - http://bit.ly/1M4etCO ------------------ The town of Vis: The town of Vis is located in the north-eastern part of the island Vis in the bottom of a well protected bay. It developed from the former settlements Kut and Luka, which became one entity in the 16th century by the building of the church Gospa od Spilica. The villages from the eastern side of the island such as: Zenka, Milna, Bargujac, Podstražje, Podselje, Plisko Polje and Marine Zemlje gravitate to the town. Since the World War II the whole island had been a military area. The tourism on Vis began to develop significantly with the demilitarisation of the island at the beginning of the war (1991-1995) in Croatia. So, it has been only 15 years ago that both the island and its town opened for the visit of tourists. The remains of the military objects in the northwest and northeast part of the Bay of Vis are the witnesses of the stay of the Yugoslav Army. During the last hundred years a part of the population emigrated in the search for better living conditions. There are only about 2000 people living in the town of Vis, and around 3500 on the whole island.Many visitors, and especially the yachtsmen, are coming more and more to Vis. In every moment you can see changes in life-style, but at the same time Vis has kept the old, irresistible Mediterranean charm and life without stress and trouble.The fortresses and the stony piles testify to the thousand-year-old settlement on Vis, and the remains of a theatre built into the foundations of the Franciscan monastery on the peninsula Prirovo, antique therms or the Hellenistic cemetery, confirm that Vis is one of the oldest urban centres in Croatia. Places featured: Grandovac Beach: https://goo.gl/uV7T8U Grandovac is the closest beach to the village of Kut. It is an easy twenty minute walk on a flat path that takes you along the waterfront, past some of the old stone homes in the village and then past newer homes that have been built since the island allowed people to return. Towards the end of the walk, you will see the old abandoned Czech Villa, once a glorious building but now completely ruined inside. Don’t forget to look at the street art on the abandoned building on the right just before the villa. Lola Restaurant: https://goo.gl/AeCrXs Named after their daughter, this restaurant combines the personal touch (ingredients home-grown by the chef’s parents, individual furnishings handpicked by the couple from around Europe) with very well executed dishes. Everything about this restaurant has been done with consideration and love, and as a result within the first week of opening, customers who discovered Lola quickly got addicted and made return trips, such that Lola’s first Saturday night was already spilling with customers. For the best information about Vis visit - https://www.lonelyplanet.com/croatia/vis-town --------------------------------- FOLLOW US • Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/delightfultravellers/ • Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/deltravellers • Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/delightfultravellers/?fref=ts • Website: https://www.delightfultravellers.com
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Here is a video recap of our three weeks trip to Europe. We started in Italy and then hopped on a mediterranean cruise from Venice aboard the Norwegian Star. Destinations : -Rome, Italy -Dolomites, Italy -Cortina, Italy -Venice, Italy -Burano, Italy -Corfu, Greece -Santorini, Greece -Mykonos, Greece -Kotor, Montenegro -Dubrovnik, Croatia Shot with : GoPro Hero4 and Iphone7 Gear : Evo Shift 3 Gimbal Song : Steve Kroeger - Coastline (ft. Skye Holland)
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Vis Croatia – the most beautiful Croatian island on Adriatic sea | Vis beaches | Top Beaches | This video will take you to our summer residence – island Vis, Croatia. This magical place will absorb you into some kind of a new time dimension where you live your days to the fullest in slow motion and the people are so colorful and interesting that you cannot stop listening to them or take your eyes from them. A place where you have to let go – take it easy – so you can feel and taste all its wonders… Shh.. don’t tell anyone we didn’t take you to Vis and also, now that you have visited Vis in a virtual world, please don’t come again! Thank you. *********************************************************************** 🔵Vis naš najljepši otok Jadrana | Top plaže Hrvatska | Vis plaže | Pješčane plaže | Zašto otok Vis? U ovome videu vodimo Vas u našu ljetnu rezidenciju- otok Vis. To čarobno mjesto gdje vrijeme ima neku novu dimenziju, gdje se živi punim plućima u slow motionu i gdje su ljudi toliko životopisni i zanimljivi da ih se ne možeš nagledati i naslušati. Mjesto kojem se moraš apsolutno prepustiti- lagano bez priše- da bi osjetio sve njegove čari.. Psst... nemojte nikome reći da Vas nismo vodili na Vis i molimo Vas sad kada ste virtualno bili na njemu, nemojte dolaziti opet! Hvala Jedna od najljepših top plaža na Jadranu nalazi se upravo na Visu, a to su Stiniva i Stončica. S time da je Stiniva proglašena najljepšom europskom plažom po izboru čitatelja portala "European Best Destinations". Vis je doista čarobno mjesto, kojeg valja posjetiti. Top plaže na Visu: Stončica je imenom i svjetionik i njegov rt, i dugački zaljev i malo ribarsko-turističko naselje, pješčana plaža i odličan restoran. Mali bar na samoj plaži, igralište za odbojku na pijesku, i mnogo hlada u sjeni palmi na zapadnom te tamarisa na istočnom kraju plaže, čini Stončicu prvim izborom obiteljskog izleta. Cesta iz Visa vodi do makadamskog puta kojim se za manje od deset minuta hoda stiže na plažu. VELA SMOKOVA još je jedna pješčana plaža na jugoistočnoj obali Visa. Druga po redu uvala kad se izađe iz Stončice i krene jugoistočno, omiljena je destinacija nautičara i ljubitelja divljih plaža. Na dubini od svega dva metra uz samu obalu istočnog kraka uvale, stotinjak metara od plaže, potopljeno je krilo aviona iz 2. svjetskog rata. Ponešto hlada može se naći u sjeni bora kada se zađe malo dalje na kopno, a kozjim putem koji kreće iz bivšeg vojnog poligona, uputite se jedino uz iskusnog vodiča. STINIVA Zapadno od Male Travne uvala je Stiniva. Gledano s morske strane Stinivu zatvaraju dvije visoke kamene litice u najbližoj točki međusobno udaljene niti četiri metra. Između njih nazire se šljunčana plaža, ali tek kada se uplovi kroz kapiju ona se ukaže kao oblucima popločano gledalište rimskog amfiteatra. S kopnene strane u nju se spušta strmom a na trenutke i vrlo zahtjevnom kozjom stazom, stoga dobro razmislite hoćete li u ovu pustolovinu s malim dijetetom jer ćete ga uzbrdo morati nositi na leđima. Ograđena visokim klisurama sa svih strana, Stiniva je barem jednom svojom polovicom uvijek u sjeni. Cestom se treba doći do zaseoka Žužeca, a spuštanje pješačkom stazom može potrajati više od dvadeset minuta. *********************************************************************** GERMAN Vis Kroatien – unsere schönste Insel an der Adria In diesem Video nehmen wir Sie zu unseren Sommersitz auf der Insel Vis mit. Dies ist ein magischer Ort, an dem die Zeit eine neue Dimension herhält, wo man in vollen Zügen in Zeitlupe lebt und wo die Menschen so erfahren und interessant sind, dass man nicht aufhören kann ihnen ständig zu zusehen und zu zuhören. Ein Ort, an dem man sich einfach gehen lassen kann - geruhsam ohne Druck … um all ihre Reize wahrnehmen zu können. Schhh ... sagen Sie niemanden, dass wir sie nicht nach Vis mitgenommen haben und bitte jetzt wo sie schon virtuell dort gewesen sind, kommen sie nicht wieder! Danke Like, comment, share! Music: "Royalty Free Music from Bensound" - GOING HIGHER
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Rick Steves' Europe Travel Guide | A fascinating land with a hard-fought history in a complex corner of Europe, Croatia is emerging as one of Europe's top destinations. Sampling the very best of Croatia, we start by exploring the fabled Dalmatian Coast from dramatic Dubrovnik to crusty Adriatic island ports. Heading inland, we hike through Plitvice Lakes National Park and enjoy the thriving capital city Zagreb. Our Croatian finale: the Istrian Peninsula and its enchanting port town of Rovinj. © 2010 Rick Steves' Europe
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Adriatic in Croatia - the most beautiful sea coast in the word Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goran_safarek/ and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/safarekfilms/ Croatia's extraordinary island-speckled coastline is indisputably its main attraction. The first thing that strikes you is the clarity of the water. When it's set against a dazzling white pebbly beach, it sparkles with a jewel-like intensity in shades of emerald and sapphire. There are long sandy and shingly stretches too – perfect for lazy days spent lounging and devouring trashy holiday novels. If that all sounds too relaxing, there are myriad water-based activities at hand to lure you off your sun-lounger – snorkelling, diving, kayaking, windsurfing and sailing, just for starters. Music: Sound effects: Ivo Vicic Arexx
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Dalmatia is a region on the eastern coast of Adriatic Sea, situated in Croatia. With only 50 km wide at its widest part, it is mostly a coastal region characterized by its coves, secluded beaches, islands and inlets. Due to the rugged coastline and numerous islands of all sizes and topographies, diving, yachting, kayaking and other outdoor activities are very popular in this part of Croatia. Dalmatian coast is known for its warm sea, constant winds and beautiful wooded islands. (http://dalmatianet.com/) CREDITS: Music: Seeger by John Deley and the 41 Players Downloaded it from the YouTube Audio Library https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music
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Sunsail Flotilla Korcula Croatia (June 18~25,2017)
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Top 5 Most Beautiful Croatian Islands #5. Rab The island of Rab is one of the islands in the Kvarner archipelago in the northern part of the Croatian Adriatic Sea. It is mostly known for its seemingly endless sandy beaches and the medieval town of Rab, with its four distinct white bell towers. It is perfect for a low-key getaway, long walks on the beach and swimming in the ocean. #4. Mljet Mljet is the southernmost Croatian island, known for its National Park, with its two beautiful inland salt-water lakes and lush Mediterranean vegetation. There is even a 12th century Benedictine monastery on a tiny island within the larger one of the two lakes. The island is perfect for exploring the many hidden paths through the forest, swimming and sunbathing on its secluded beaches, biking and canoeing. It is also the home of the legendary Cave of Ulysses. #3. Vis Vis is the farthest inhabited island off the Croatian mainland, but totally worth the long ferry ride from Split. Despite its beautiful pebbled beaches, crystal blue sea and mouth-watering local delicacies, the island is still surprisingly peaceful and void of tourists. Definitely worth visiting while it still has most of its old-Mediterranean charm. Among foodies, this island is mostly known for its tiny fishing villages and an abundance of sea foods, along with its local white wine and many wineries. #2. Hvar Hvar is located amidst the islands of Brac, Vis and Korcula. It differs from most of the other Dalmatian islands in the fact that is has an abundance of fresh water springs, pine forests, vineyards and fields. Due to its gorgeous Venetian-style architecture, beautiful beaches, pleasant weather and the hottest nightlife on the Croatian coast, Hvar has turned into one of the most popular tourist spots on the Mediterranean coast for celebrities, backpackers and families alike. #1. Korcula Korcula is the sixth largest Adriatic island and belongs to the central Dalmatian archipelago. Due to its rich history, most notably the 15th century, when the island was part of the prosperous Republic of Venice, Korcula’s Old Town can best be described as Venice in the heart of Dalmatia. Saint Mark’s Cathedral in the town center, narrow cobbled streets and ancient stone buildings make the island’s historic connections more than obvious to any traveler. 10 Best Croatian Islands , Top 10 Most Beautiful Croatian Islands , Top 10 Croatian islands | Croatia Travel , Top 10 Most Beautiful Croatian Islands, Top 10 Most Beautiful Croatian Islands , Top 10 Croatian islands , Top ten Croatian island getaways , Croatia's best beaches and secret islands , Croatia - Top 10 and Top 20: beaches, nature, culture, nightout ... Ten Idyllic Croatian Islands Top Ten Destinations in Croatia The 10 Most Amazing Islands for a Sailing Holiday in Croatia
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A rich culture and the breathtaking landscapes of the Croatian Mediterranean. This has made Croatia one of the most popular holiday regions of Europe, already at times of the United Yugoslavia. In two episodes Hans Jöchler and his team travel the land of the countless islands and historically meaningful places on the mainland. The film shows impressive landscapes on the mainland and the islands. However it delivers an informative insight into the busy history of a multiethnic nation, which became a full member of the European Union in 2014. This first of two episodes presents well known destinations like Rovinji. Here many traces of the Venetians are to be found which once were rulers of the country. Furthermore the city of Pula and some of the 1242 islands of Croatia stand on the itinerary, such as Cres or Pag. One of the highlights is the visit of the oldest national park of Europe, Paklenica with its impressive gorges and black pine wood. A visit of the former capitol city of Dalmatia, Zadar stands before the boat trip to the Kornati. On Dugi Otok the team puts the heads and the camera under water briefly, to be astonished about the variety of ocean coral species and molluscs at the up to 90 meters deep steep slopes. Finally the team heads on for Riva, one of the most popular tourist destinations of Croatia. This film gives the audience an impression of a country which suffers often from just being seen as a destination for mass tourism. But hardly many people know about its high cultural status proved for example by old sacred buildings or the Artworks and crafts.
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This is the first Episode of our time sailing in Croatia. In this Episode we arrive in Split, Croatia, hop aboard our 40-foot sailboat “Kodo”, and set off on our 2-week sailing adventure in the Dalmatian Coast with our friends, Carey, Demir, Captain Rohan. We spend our days relaxing on the boat, exploring hidden coves, cliff jumping, snorkelling, enjoying the beautiful views and clear waters of the Adriatic Sea, and stop to check out the islands of Vis and Mljet. We quickly learn that Croatia is the land of great food, beautiful little coastal towns, and is home to the most adorable cats in the world! Like our stuff? Find us elsewhere on the web! Website: http://www.drinkteatravel.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/drinkteatravel Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/drinkteatravel Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/drinkteatravel Music: http://www.bensound.com
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music: Mungo Jerry - In The Summertime Recorded with DJI Mavicpro drone.
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At the edge of inspiring waters, the Adriatic Coast has enchanted sea-lovers for centuries. Soak in the luminous waves along the east coast nestling the distinct cities and alluring beaches. Preside over commanding panoramic views that extend to the shoreline over vineyards and villages. Explore the treasured promenade shopping beneath forested hills. Hop between more than 1,000 islands along the Croatian coastline, rightfully called “the pearl of the Adriatic.” Walk along sapphire waters rolling onto the brilliant white beaches of Montenegro, where some of the oldest city walls and medieval monuments in the Balkans welcome curious coastal visitors. Experience the allure of the Adriatic Sea and explore and savor the charming gifts of the coast. Visit Europe Online Website: http://www.visiteurope.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/visiteurope Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/visiteurope Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/visiteurope/
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Otok Cres, najveći jadranski otok (površine jednake onoj otoka Krka - 405,78 km2), nalazi se na sjevernom dijelu Kvarnerskog zaljeva. Na jugu, u Osoru, povezan je pokretnim mostom s otokom Lošinjem. Cres je brdovit otok dug 66 km i širok od 2 do 12 km. Obala otoka je razvedena i duga oko 247,7 km i obiluje mnogim uvalama i šljunkovitim plažama na svom zapadnom i južnom dijelu, dok su sjeverni i istočni dio ovjenčani strmim i surovim stijenama. Najviši vrhovi otoka su Gorice (648m) i Sis (638m). Izvor: http://www.cres.hr/cres-gdje-je-i-kakav-je Ukoliko želite naručiti snimanje iz zraka bespilotnim letjelicama, kontaktirajte nas na naš e-mail ili posjetite našu web stranicu http://www.saluto-team.hr Hvala na gledanju. ............. The island of Cres, the largest Adriatic island (area equal to that of the island - 405.78 km2), located in the northern part of Kvarner Bay. In the south, in Osor, connected by a drawbridge with the island. Cres is a hilly island 66 km long and wide from 2 to 12 km. The coast is indented and long about 247.7 kilometers and has many coves and pebble beaches in its western and southern part, while the northern and eastern parts are surrounded by steep and rough rocks. The highest peaks of the island are Gorica (648m) and Sis (638). If you want to order aerial video or photography, please contact us at our e-mail or visit our website http://www.saluto-team.hr Thanks for watching.
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http://www.adriatic.hr - Lighthouses on the islands and capes of the Croatian Adriatic represent a unique synthesis of the past and the present. Human destines and legends created weave together a rich history told by the stone lights. Although many lighthouses were abandoned during the automatization process, Adriatic.hr, together with you, ensures the continuity of human presence there. Lighthouses are situated in isolated areas and untouched nature. Your experience of summer vacation at one of them will be unique. If you are ready for something completely different, take the opportunity to move away from everyday life stress and come to the oasis of peace and quiet where time has stopped. Let direct touch with nature help you discover your inner self and relieve you from stress. Listen to the story of the stone lights or become a part of it. Or even better, become briefly a lighthouse keeper yourself. Choose the challenge!
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Unser Segeltörn, 3.-17. Juni 2017 ACI Trogir Solta / U.Stracinska Hvar / Mala Stiniva Vis Marina Vis / Luka Rogacic Scedro / U.Portoruza Lastovo / Zaklopatica Mljet / Luka Polace Peljesac / U.Przina Hvar / Sucuraj Korcula / Prigradica Hvar / U.Lucisca Solta / U.Jorja Pitter Yachtcharter, Bavaria 36 Cruiser 2102, sunshine II Soundtrack von Ixthuluh ( http://www.matscheko.at/ix_dl.html )
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https://asimplyfab.life/ We spent a fabulous ten days aboard a Beneteau Oceanis 38.1 on the Dalmation Coast of Croatia. We picked up the boat from Euronautic yacht charter in Biograd and followed a route looping south to the inland lake and the town of Skradin, then headed for the Kornati islands and further up towards Telascica. We had a fantastic time exploring the incredible clear blue sea, good weather (apart from some epic showers) and lovely, open, unspoilt islands with plenty of anchorages and not too many boats about. Perfect for relaxing and absorbing the natural environment. I would recommend September because it is still warm and it is just after the busy tourist season so offers more possibilities if you're looking for a quiet anchorage. Definitely worth a visit on a self-charter yacht. Huge thanks to our great buddies Rob and Diana, for sharing their years of sailing experience with us newbies. Thank you for watching! Did you enjoy it or learn something? Add your comments below and like the video 🙏🏼 Don't forget to subscribe 👆 Thanks to our patrons for sharing your support: https://www.patreon.com/asimplyfablife ❤️$ Keep rollin' and see you next time, Marcel & Vic A SIMPLY FAB LIFE Live Simply 🙏🏼 Love Fully ❤️ Life is Fab 🙂 Even when it’s not 🤷 #dakota110 #pepe🦋 #asimplyfablife #travel #beingoutdoors #lovenature #gonecamping https://asimplyfab.life/ https://www.youtube.com/ASimplyFabLife/ https://www.instagram.com/asimplyfablife/ https://www.facebook.com/asimplyfablife/ https://www.patreon.com/asimplyfablife/
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Mamma Mia filming locations Vis Island Croatia This is some footage we took last year on Vis island Croatia it was hard to get the filming locations for Mamma Mia 2 as the film crew were being looked after very well for obvious reasons. vis Croatia is a beautiful Island surrounded by the clearest sea of the Adriatic. I will be putting up some more videos from Vis Island and hope to do this Island of Croatia justice. I do hope you enjoy this small clip of mama MIA 2 filming locations vis Island Croatia. Looking forward now to seeing the movie here we go again Mama mia 2 Of all the inhabited Croatian islands, Vis is the furthest from the coast and the most enigmatic. It spent much of its recent history serving as a Yugoslav military base, cut off from foreign visitors from the 1950s right up until 1989. This isolation preserved the island from development and drove much of the population to move elsewhere in search of work, leaving it underpopulated for many years.
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10 Most Beautiful Croatian Islands! 10. Susak Susak is a small island on the northern Adriatic coast with less than 200 locals, no roads and only one village. The distinct yellow dust this chunk of land is made of, a dialect only 200 people on the planet fully understand and the fact that it is practically impossible to find only contribute to the island’s mystic presence. Reaching it by boat can be quite an adventure, as well as finding accommodation. 9. Krk The island of Krk is the biggest and northernmost island in the Adriatic Sea. It is also the most accessible, diverse and, consequently, the most visited island in Croatia. It offers everything from historic towns to rural villages, where the authentic spirit of the old world is still present, crowded city beaches and secluded bays, night bars, as well as family friendly restaurants. 8. Pag The island of Pag is the fifth-largest Croatian island and the one with the longest coastline. This North Dalmatian island has also become known as Croatia’s party island, due to Zrce beach with its legendary Hideout Festival and many other summer events. However, Pag is an island with two very distinct faces. One is the face of the multiple music festivals during the summer and the other is the world of roughly eight thousand inhabitants, who live on this island all four seasons of the year. 7. Cres Cres is the same size as Krk, which makes it one of the two largest Croatian islands. It is located in the northern part of the Adriatic Sea and is accessible by drawbridge. Most of the island is still fairly undeveloped, which makes it perfect for an adventurous vacation. Its largest town, also called Cres, is a must-see for all lovers of Venetian architecture. Another sight worth visiting is the strikingly beautiful ancient mountain village of Lubenice, which offers a great view of the sea and neighboring islands. 6. Lastovo The island of Lastovo is part of the island municipality Lastovo, consisting of 46 islands, which have in total the population of 792 people. Needless to say, this makes Lastovo an ideal place for a truly peaceful getaway. In addition to its picturesque shores, deep, clear sea and unspoiled nature, Lastovo is also known for its delicious local specialties, high quality wine and great sailing. 5. Rab The island of Rab is one of the islands in the Kvarner archipelago in the northern part of the Croatian Adriatic Sea. It is mostly known for its seemingly endless sandy beaches and the medieval town of Rab, with its four distinct white bell towers. It is perfect for a low-key getaway, long walks on the beach and swimming in the ocean. 4. Mljet Mljet is the southernmost Croatian island, known for its National Park, with its two beautiful inland salt-water lakes and lush Mediterranean vegetation. There is even a 12th century Benedictine monastery on a tiny island within the larger one of the two lakes. The island is perfect for exploring the many hidden paths through the forest, swimming and sunbathing on its secluded beaches, biking and canoeing. It is also the home of the legendary Cave of Ulysses. 3. Vis Vis is the farthest inhabited island off the Croatian mainland, but totally worth the long ferry ride from Split. Despite its beautiful pebbled beaches, crystal blue sea and mouth-watering local delicacies, the island is still surprisingly peaceful and void of tourists. Definitely worth visiting while it still has most of its old-Mediterranean charm. Among foodies, this island is mostly known for its tiny fishing villages and an abundance of sea foods, along with its local white wine and many wineries. 2. Hvar Hvar is located amidst the islands of Brac, Vis and Korcula. It differs from most of the other Dalmatian islands in the fact that is has an abundance of fresh water springs, pine forests, vineyards and fields. Due to its gorgeous Venetian-style architecture, beautiful beaches, pleasant weather and the hottest nightlife on the Croatian coast, Hvar has turned into one of the most popular tourist spots on the Mediterranean coast for celebrities, backpackers and families alike. 1. Korcula Korcula is the sixth largest Adriatic island and belongs to the central Dalmatian archipelago. Due to its rich history, most notably the 15th century, when the island was part of the prosperous Republic of Venice, Korcula’s Old Town can best be described as Venice in the heart of Dalmatia. Saint Mark’s Cathedral in the town center, narrow cobbled streets and ancient stone buildings make the island’s historic connections more than obvious to any traveler. Created By : Andrew Joseph Video Editor : Camtasia Studio 9 Web : http://www.technoblogguru.blogspot.com https://technoblogvideo.blogspot.com Twitter : https://twitter.com/Techblogvideos Google + : https://plus.google.com/u/0/+TechnoBlogGuru Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/technoblogguru/
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Please watch: "Nature From Above I Dji Mavic Pro Footage " https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98fTGB34ZgE --~-- Makarska rivijera Croatia Adriatic Sea Coast line With isolated islands, beautiful beaches, watersport hotspots and historic ports, Adriatic Croatia is a shore thing for a great seaside break. Croatia's 1,800km coastline, with its islands and turquoise Adriatic, is well established on the holiday scene. Except on the west coast of Istria and the Makarska Riviera, it has few purpose-built resorts. Access is via five airports, starting in the north with Pula (served from the UK by Jet2, Thomson Airlines and Ryanair) for the Istrian Peninsula and Rijeka (served by Croatia Airlines and Ryanair) – the launch pad for the lovely islands of the Kvarner Gulf. For the Dalmatian region, choose from Zadar (Ryanair), Split (Croatia Airlines, easyJet, Wizzair, Jet2), and Dubrovnik (BA, easyJet, Thomson Airways, Wizz Air and Flybe). Best beaches Officially recognised as Europe's second-cleanest (after Cyprus), Croatia's shores tend to be pebbly rather than sandy. The best are on the islands: Rab boasts a lovely bay at Lopar, Korcula has two sandy beaches near Lumbarda, while tiny Susak island is entirely composed of fine, compacted sand. The most photogenic beach is the constantly changing spit of white pebbles called Zlatni Rat on the island of Brac (ferries from Split). Direct Line Holidays (0800 408 6327; directline-holidays.co.uk) offers a week at the nearby Blue Sun Borak Hotel for £779 per person, including return Croatia Airlines flights from Heathrow on 25 August, half-board accommodation and transfers.
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A beautiful island of Hvar of south Dalmacia near to Split city. It is about 1 hour by boat and in this area is awesome diving. One of most popular places in Croatia with big history. I would like to share my experiences in this short film. I did over 700 dives in this area and spend 3 season diving here to catch all interesting sea creature to show you what everything it's possible to see in Adriatic sea. Diving on all of dive spots between Island of Hvar and Pakleni Islands included Stambedar and Vodnjak Music: Marco Zannone - Hopes For Tomorrow Like, Comment & Subscribe to stay updated with the latest content! *IMPORTANT* All rights reserved! Please only use and share this embed code of the original video. Third party downloads and distribution is not permitted! For business enquiries ONLY, contact me here: [email protected] FOLLOW ME: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oceanframes/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/oceanframes/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/oceanframes Website: http://www.oceanframes.com/
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Apartments, accommodation Slano, situated at the end of a beautiful, deep, 2-km long inlet, represents an attractive resort due to its many pebble beaches, rich vegetation and mild climate. Elaphite islands. http://www.villaslano.com http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=115874598441010 SLANO, a village and small harbour in the bay of the same name; 27 km northwest of Dubrovnik; population 512. Farming, olive-growing, viniculture, fruit-growing, tobacco, herbs (sage, laurel, woodworm), fishing and tourism are chief occupations. Slano lies on the main road (M2, E65).
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Day trip to Palagruža island, in Adriatic sea, Croatia - Palagruža islands are the remotest Croatian islands located in the central Adriatic. The islands are much closer to the Italian than the Croatian mainland. The largest island of the archipelago is Vela Palagruža on about 52 nautical miles from Peljesac (95 km), 34 NM from Lastovo (Skrivena Luka) and 28 NM from Italy (53 km)....more info https://croatiaspots.com/palagruza/ #Palagruza #island #lighthouse #Croatia
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Join me on another one of my unforgettable #mymoorings moments on the water on my seven-day bareboat sailing charter aboard a Moorings 42.3 (Oceanis 41) monohull. This can be your next affordable dream vacation! DM me if you want to experience a vacation of a lifetime. Follow me on Instagram. @jeffmonuszko Our itinerary: Dreaming of clear water, a place full of history, and wine and food to die for, then make your way to Croatia. This 8 day trip was full of history, natural wonders and great food and wine. We flew through London-Heathrow to get to Split, Croatia (there are way more airline options for Split than you would think) and then spent the next 6 days exploring the area by sea. Day 1: BRAC - Veliki Drvenik (Blue Lagoon), Osibuva, Milna Day 2: VIS - Ravnik (Green Cave), Rogacic (submarine tunnel) Day 3: VIS - Bisevo (Blue Cave), Komiza Day 4: HVAR - Stari Grad, Fortica (castle) Day 5: BRAC/SOLTA - Zlatni Rat (Bol), Maslinca (wine tasting) Day 6: SPLIT - Trogir (castle), Krka (water falls) There are hundreds of places to see but we selected what we think are some of the best spots for our first trip. We had some great experiences during the trip thanks to: Wine Tasting and Degustation on Solta: Agroturizam Kastelanac - https://www.agroturizamkastelanac.com Tour of the Blue Cave FROM Komiza, Vi: Alternatura Tourist Agency - https://www.alternatura.hr/blue-cave-... Scooter Rental in Stari Grad: "Park" Scooter Rental - +385 91 536 6108 We drove our way out to Hvar Town to see the Fortica Things here are done a little differently than in the Caribbean.. So here’s a few suggestions for your vacation. 1 - The more hands the better. We suggest at least 3 people onboard to help with the advanced level anchoring and docking. 2 - Arrive by 3pm in the harbours with town quays to ensure your spot. It will cost you $80-100 USD for a monohull. But it’s more convenient than anchoring or picking up a mooring in another bay. Reservations can be made for the Marinas, but they are more expensive. 3- There are plenty of places to eat with REALLY good food and it’s affordable. So enjoy the local food and don’t plan to eat aboard for dinner. 4 - Make sure you bring plenty of cash and exchange it into Kuna - preferably before you get to Split. Most places don’t except Euros (yes, they are part of the EU - but they have their own currency) and there are lots of places that only except cash. There are ATMs available in most cities and at The Moorings Base, but you’ll be charged a transaction fee by your bank. NOTE: Town quays can only be paid for with cash.
Views: 1674 Jeff Monuszko
Dubrovnik Riviera, Adriatic sea, Croatia http://www.villaslano.com Elaphite islands
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One of the most overlooked islands of Croatia is Solta near Split, Croatia. The South Dalmatian area of Croatia includes many popular islands like Brac and Hvar, however Solta needs your attention. Watch our video for tips on the city of Maslinica, Solta in Croatia. The best island to go and visit if you want a truly relaxing and unspoiled beach vacation. The Croatian Adriatic has a reputation for mixing Mediterranean tradition with modern chic, so you find the perfect balance. Opening Music: "Lava Flow" by Gummi Boy -https://soundcloud.com/stimmy-2 Maslinica Beach Music - "Ecstasy" By JJ. More updates of our adventures on our Instagram - https://instagram.com/bigsmall_travel/ Check out Big and Small Travel on Social Media below: Big and Small Travel Twitter - https://twitter.com/BigSmall_Travel Big and Small Travel Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/BigSmalltravel More information at our site: https://bigandsmalltravel.com/
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ENG: Short travel video about small island named "Vrgada" in Adriatic sea, Dalmatia (Croatia), video taped this summer !!! ... Enjoy the video ! CRO : Kratki turistički filmić o malom Jadranskom otočiću "Vrgada" u Dalmaciji (Hrvatska), snimljeno ovo ljeto !!! uživajte u videu ! Video taped with : Sony a6300 mirroless camera Video edited & color graded in : Adobe Premiere Pro cc 2017 https://www.sony.com/electronics/interchangeable-lens-cameras/ilce-6300-body-kit Copyright © BeroXvideography
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Produced and operated by Strel Swimming Adventures, local sea holiday tour operator: http://www.strel-swimming.com/s1a10/swimming-holidays-croatia/croatian-island-hopping-7-days.html Croatia´s Dalmatian coast is an area of outstanding natural beauty and boasts some of the cleanest waters in the Mediterranean. We are based on the small island of Krapanj, a unique setting in the Sibenik archipelago. The island has one of the lowest populations in the Adriatic Sea and is completely traffic free-a swimmer's paradise! The famous Kornati and Krka National Parks are nearby, providing a fantastic gateway for our sea swimming adventures. This trip has something for everyone. We hop from island to island, swim along the coasts of uninhabited islands, explore National Parks and swim down the Krka River and its magnificent waterfalls. This tour is suitable for all levels of swimmer, with three separate escorts for the safety and enjoyment of all guests. Tour Highlights: - Swim around uninhabited islands and enjoy the laid back environment - Explore the islands of Kornati National Park and the surrounding beautiful turquoise sea - Walk through Krka National Park, swim down the Krka River and take a dip in the refreshing waterfalls - Swim through Hitler´s submarine base used during World War II
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Take a tour of Tremiti Islands in Foggia, Italy - part of the World's Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. The clear blue waters of the Adriatic Sea are the setting for the Tremiti Islands, just off the coast of southeastern Italy. The name of the island complex means "tremors" due to its history of seismic activity and fault location. This archipelago consists of five islands, three of which are uninhabited due to either their low elevation or infertile composition. The two inhabited islands feature a vast array of landscapes, including arid limestone, dense woods, and sandy beach. Some of Italy's political prisoners, from as far back as the Roman Empire to the years of Mussolini's reign, have been confined here. In 1989, the Tremiti Islands' importance and beauty were confirmed when it was named a natural marine reserve.
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ABOUT BRUSNIK: Brusnik is an uninhabited volcanic island in the Croatian part of the Adriatic Sea. The island is part of the Dalmatian archipelago. The island is located 12 NM west of Komiža, town on island of Vis, and 2 NM south-west from the island of Svetac (Sv. Andrija). The area of the island is 4.5 ha. The east coast is steep and difficult to reach, while the west coast is glacis toward the sea. Brusnik is 320 m long, 205 m wide, and has 30 meter high cliffs. In 1951, the island was declared a geological monument of nature. On the island, there is the endemic species black lizard (Podarcis melisellensis pomoensis). The surrounding sea is rich with fish, especially blue fish. MUSIC: ♩♫ Epic and Dramatic Trailer Music ♪♬ - Olympus (Copyright and Royalty Free) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnmglWHoVrk - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQKGLOK2FqmVgVwYferltK Download this song for free: http://www.mediafire.com/download/eqxop2xjuox1ykc/Olympus+MP3.mp3 Follow me on Social media (contact for more information): Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002283926212 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/silikon_/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCecp8Rk_4dlFX47Njxf9dng
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Two weeks and 170km around the Kornati islands of Croatia with a kayak. If you like to see more from us or this trip just have a look here. ▸ BLOG: https://exploreborders.com ▸ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/explborders ▸ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ExploreBorders/ ▸ GOOGLE+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+ExploreBorders ▸ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/exploreborders ________________________________ The music was provided by NCS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXf4rkguwDI [Ship Wrek] • http://soundcloud.com/theshipwrek • http://facebook.com/theshipwrek • http://instagram.com/shipwrekmusic [Zookeepers] • http://soundcloud.com/zookeepersdk • http://facebook.com/zookeepers • http://instagram.com/zookeepersdk [Trauzers] • http://soundcloud.com/trauzers • http://facebook.com/trauzers • http://instagram.com/trauzersdk
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Produced and Operated by Strel Swimming Adventures, local sea swimming holiday and vacation operator in Croatia: https://www.strel-swimming.com/trip/swimming-holidays-croatian-islands/ Croatia´s Dalmatian coast is an area of outstanding natural beauty and boasts some of the cleanest waters in the Mediterranean. We are based on the small island of Krapanj, a unique setting in the Sibenik archipelago. The island has one of the lowest populations in the Adriatic Sea and is completely traffic free-a swimmer's paradise! The famous Kornati and Krka National Parks are nearby, providing a fantastic gateway for our sea swimming adventures. This trip has something for everyone. We hop from island to island, swim along the coasts of uninhabited islands, explore National Parks and swim down the Krka River and its magnificent waterfalls. This tour is suitable for all levels of swimmer, with three separate escorts for the safety and enjoyment of all guests. Tour Highlights: - Swim around uninhabited islands and enjoy the laid back environment - Explore the islands of Kornati National Park and the surrounding beautiful turquoise sea - Walk through Krka National Park, swim down the Krka River and take a dip in the refreshing waterfalls - Swim through Hitler´s submarine base used during World War II Local Operational Policy All our treks ensure that in the team of guides there is at least one team-member who has in-depth experience and knowledge of the local waters, the main swimming routes and the alternatives as well as a fluent local language speaker. This video link URL: http://youtu.be/baNWkoMVzdA
Views: 5633 Strel Swimming Adventure Holidays
Combinate islands exploring on bicycle with laisure time on boat. During the day you can cycle across islands, swim, snorkel, sunbathe or explore the underworld of the Adriatic Sea. Spend seven unforgettable days sailing on the northern Adriatic Sea from one island to another. Relax and let the captain and his crew (especially the cook) take care of you. The evenings you have free to find a good restaurant or discover old churches or other historical monuments...
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From medieval architecture to ethereal waterfalls, coast along the sparkling Adriatic Sea and experience the best of Croatia. This European paradise is often referred to as the land of a thousand islands. Located on the east bank of the Adriatic Sea across from Italy, some say that a trip to Croatia is to experience “the Mediterranean as it once was.” It is a natural and historic setting for the many activities and cultural experiences that lie ahead. The art of wellness is practiced along its shores – be sure to indulge in a heavenly spa treatment. Who will you take with you to Croatia? Learn more about our tours to Croatia here: https://www.gocollette.com/tours/europe/croatia ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to our Channel for more Travel Videos: http://www.GoCollette.com/youtube ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ Connect with Collette: Official Website: http://www.GoCollette.com/ Official Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GoCollette Official Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gocollette Official Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/collettetravel Official Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/GoCollette/ Official LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/collette-vacations ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ Experience Croatia & It's Islands | Collette https://youtu.be/nFUg65_Y1EU
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World Travel https://www.youtube.com/user/World1Tube Croatia Travel Guide http://bit.ly/19HqlHp The coast of Croatia is 1178 kilometers long and almost exactly as many islands can be found in this section of the Adriatic Sea, 467 of these are rather reefs of rock but 718 really deserve to be called islands. The number of inhabited islands is about 70. The seashore can be divided in to four main regions, the Istrian Peninsula on the North, The Quarner Gulf, Dalmatia, and the Southern area, including the Vukovar Mountains and the Peljesac Peninsula. Discover Croatia's Islands The coast of Croatia is 1178 kilometers long and almost exactly as many islands can be found in this section of the Adriatic Sea, 467 of these are rather reefs of rock but 718 really deserve to be called islands. The number of inhabited islands is about 70. The seashore can be divided in to four main regions, the Istrian Peninsula on the North, The Quarner Gulf, Dalmatia, and the Southern area including the Vukovar Mountains and the Peljesac Peninsula. Picturesque islands belong to each region and the total coast line exceeds 4 000 kilometers. The larger better known islands are Cres, Krk, Brac, Hvar, Pag, Korčula, Vis and Rab. Of course the gigantic European beach is full of tourists who come here to spend their vacation. They are attracted by the crystal clear water almost guaranteed sunshine, pleasant beaches and the magical beauty of nature. The wide variety of activities and sport possibilities and the diversity of historical and cultural monuments are just the beginning. Tags: Learn About the Islands in Croatia,Croatia Travel Attractions,Croatia Travel Guide,Croatia Travel Information,dalmatia in croatia,shepherd entertainment,the adriatic sea,the coast of croatia,the islands in croatia,the istrian peninsula,the quarner gulf in croatia,the southern area in croatia,the vukovar mountains,world travel,croatia travel tips,shepherdfilm
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If you're looking for things to do in Croatia then this video is for you. Bol (on Brac Island) is where you want to go. It's a small enchanting full of wonder and charm. This is one of our favourite islands on the planet. ------------------ SUBSCRIBE! - http://bit.ly/1M4etCO ------------------ Bol is situated on the southern part of the island Brac, and is the oldest town on the coast of Brac. This little town was founded long ago and became an extraordinary tourist oasis because of the wide gravel and sandy beaches which expands over 10 km and the sources of drinking water. It is not possible to avoid the Zlatni rat, certainly the most beautiful beach on the Adriatic sea, whose cape is turning one moment to one side and the other moment to the other side playing a strange game with the wind and the waves. Above Bol is rising the coronet of Bols hills, the illlyrian fortress Kostilo (660 m) and the Vidova gora (778 m), the highest top of the Adriatic islands. Bol is only 15 km away from the international tourist and sports airport "Brac", and excellent connected with the fast lines to the coast, but also with a ferry- line from Supetar. Bol actually has a lot to offer to everyone. You can relax at the beach and get some tan, or you can be active as much as you like. Outdoor activities in Bol include hiking, scuba diving, windsurfing, kite surfing, quad rides, sightseeing (museums, galleries, traditional architecture), para-sailing, banana and tube rides, water skiing, free climbing and much more. Bol also offer wide variety of restaurants and bars for you to choose from. Most restaurants offer local and Mediterranean specialties, most popular being ‘Lamb on a spit’ and ‘Octopus under Peka’. If you like trying different food you should definitely try ‘Vitalac’ which is a dish authentic to island Brac. Bol has a lot to offer accommodation wise. First of all, there are four large hotels, many small family owned hotels and also vast selection of private self-catering apartments in Bol for you to choose from. Hotels in Bol offer all inclusive or half board service, with two hotels offering many activities, animation and wellness centers. Bluesun hotel Elaphusa has huge wellness that covers 3000 square meters and all the water inside is sea water (swimming pool, three Jacuzzi and treatment baths). Four major hotels in Bol ( Three Bluesun hotels: Elaphusa 4*, Borak 3* and Bonaca 3* all inclusive family hotel, and Hotel Bretanide 3* all inclusive) are located half way from Bol center to Zlatni rat beach, by the promenade, all close to the sea. Most hotels have minimum stay of 3+ nights, but you can also stay one to three nights with extra payment of 30% daily rate. --------------------- FOLLOW US • Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/delightfultravellers/ • Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/deltravellers • Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/delightfultravellers/?fref=ts • Website: https://www.delightfultravellers.com
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Vis (pronounced [ʋîːs]; Ancient Greek: Ἴσσα; Latin: Issa, Italian: Lissa) is a small Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea. The farthest inhabited island off the Croatian mainland, Vis had a population of 3,460 in 2011 and has an area of 90.26 square kilometres (34.85 square miles). The highest point of the island is Hum which is 587 metres (1,926 feet) above sea level. The island's two largest settlements are the town of Vis on the eastern side of the island (the settlement after which the island was originally named), and Komiža, on its western coast. Once known for its thriving fishing industry in the late 19th and early 20th century, the main present-day industries on the island are agriculture and tourism. Vis town and Komiža are also seats of separate administrative municipalities which cover the entire island and nearby islets, which are both part of Split-Dalmatia County.
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