Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Tuesday, February 8, 2011


Istria is situated on west side of Croatia. It brings Mediteran in heart of central Europe.
On the hilltop in the distance you can see Labin, town that has proudly protected its citizens inside its walls for centuries, and below it lies glittering Rabac spreading along one of the loveliest beaches in Istria. And then further on, until the southernmost tip, Cape Kamenjak, protecting the western coast where you are first greeted by millennia-old Pula. Look around and cherish the view of the city and its magnificent Arena before you are seduced by the Brijuni archipelago. When you set off once again after this breathtaking sight, the beauty of Rovinj calls out from the vast blue horizon, spinning you through its narrow winding streets and twirling you into the warm embrace of Lim Bay. There, you will be invited aboard the boat which, accompanied by melodies and flavours of the Mediterranean, takes you to Vrsar's Sestrice and then on to the beaches of Poreč. Along the way be sure to greet the bathers and surfers, and if you happen to see a buoy, it means that somewhere around, in the silence of the azure, divers are exploring some other worlds.
If you continue north, all the way to Savudrija, you will be guided safely into port by the oldest lighthouse standing by ancient Neapolis, one-time seat of the diocese, and present-day Novigrad. And at the close of the day, in Umag you will hear the enchanting Venetian sounds of its queen of instruments. Take a break in the mandrač, characteristic small Istrian boat harbour. There, along the coast, fishermen are repairing their nets, each of them absorbed in thought about past times. The deep lines on their faces reveal memories of wind and sea, salt and storms. They will be glad to tell you tales of the sea, accompanied by tasty pilchard and a glass of homemade Malvasia.
But there is also another Istria, a hidden Istria, whose treasures are also worth exploring - the inland heart of Istria, green Istria, a land between dreams and reality, a land of beauty and peace of history and clean, unspoiled nature. Its towns and its people will bid you welcome and let you share in their spirit and the times long gone.

Friday, February 4, 2011


Now let us introduce you Croatia inside.
We can divide Croatia into three large parts: pannonian, hilly and adriatic Croatia.
The Pannonian area consist of lowland and hilly parts. There are no mountains higher than 500 m. This area is being used for farming and livestock breading. East are the most suiotable for growing cereals, like Slavonija. Industrially are most developed parts which gravitates to Zagreb.
Secondly, hilly and mountainous area, which separates Pannonian Croatia from its coastal part, is less developed. Future of this part consist of transit, timber industry and winter tourism. Also, there is hihg potential for production of healthy food.
Finally, Adriatic area which, mostly, consist of tourism. There are two lagre cities Split and Rijeka. Adriatic area we can divide into: Istria and Kvarner (north) and Dalmatia (south).

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Best of Croatia

I found this video on youtube. It shows you all beauties of Croatia. You must see it!!!

Tuesday, January 25, 2011


On coast, summers are hot and dry, while winters are rainy. On the other side, in continental area summers are warm, but winters are cold and with snow.
Temperature range is from -10- 5 °C in winter in continental areas, while on cost is from 5-10 °C. In summer temperatures rang is form 22- 26 °C in continental areas, while cost areas have temperatures range from 26- 35 °C.
Temperature of sea never fall below 10 °C in winter, while in summer temperatures are up to 26 °C

Sunday, January 16, 2011


About Croatia

Croatia is small european country. It has about 4 500 000 residents. Croatia is divided into 21 counties whit capital, Zagreb. Clime is very attractive, especially in summer. It is tourist country, whit very rich history heritage. Croatia has many natural beauties, national parks, nature parks and so on. Most famous is Plitvica lakes, which has been proclaimed by UNESO. Also, croatian blue see is very famous around world. Many people come in and enjoy croatian beauty.
In future post we will introduce Croatia inside. See you!