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Korcula


Located in between Split and Dubrovnik in south of the country, Korcula is in the Adriatic Sea in the Dubrovnik – Neretva county of Croatia. The majority of Korcula’s tourists are an older crowd, as it’s a place to come and relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery. It thought to be the greenest island in the Adriatic Sea.

All the beaches on the island are pebbled and the best and most popular is Przna Bay, which is about 10km from the centre of Korcula Town. If you are looking for a bar to go have a drink the majority of them are located in Korcula Town. For more information on Korcula go to www.korculainfo.com

 

 

Porec


Porec is located in the middle of the country in the Istrian Peninsula, which is about 60km from Pula. This is Croatia’s biggest and most developed resort, which attracts a lot of families and package holiday makers from all over Europe.

Besides enjoying Porec’s beautiful beaches you can enjoy its UNESCO World Heritage listing, which would be Basilica of St Euphrasius and mosaics that date back to the 4th and 6th centuries.

If you are looking for a bit of nightlife, then you have come to the wrong place. Porvec is a very quiet place and most of the places to drink are café bars that are located in the old town.  For more information on Porec go to www.istra.hr/porec/en

 

 

Pula


Located southwest coast of the Istrian Peninsula of the country is Pula and its one of the most popular resorts in the country. The European low-cost airlines fly to Pula, so during the tourist’s season there are thousands of people arriving daily. Pula has an abundance of water sports on offer like snorkeling, sailing, windsurfing and just relaxing on the beach.

If you are looking for something to do besides water sports then check out Pula’s Roman amphitheaters, which are the most preserved in the world. Besides the amphitheaters there are other things to see from around the Roman times. If you are looking for some bars and clubs its best to ask some locals when you are there for what’s happening at that time. For more information on Pula go to www.croatiatraveller.com/Istria/pula.htm

 

 

 

Split


Located along Croatia’s southwest coast and in the region of Dalmatia is Split. Fast becoming one of the most popular resorts in Europe, as its being considered an Adriatic Monaco, for its beautiful yachts, trendy clubs and glamorous people walking everywhere.

The most popular beach in Split is Bacvice, as this is where most of the beautiful people hangout and if you want to go out at night the Bacvice Entertainment Complex is the place to be.

If you wanting to get away from the beach activities, go see Split’s UNESCO World Heritage listed Diocletian's Palace, which dates from 295 AD. Split’s the place to be in the country and for more information on Split go to www.croatia.hr/English/default.aspx

 

 



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