NP KRKA WATERFALLS is a beautiful place of waterfalls and gorges, with the river gushing through a karstic canyon. Its hundreds of waterfalls are pouring into small pools, green as emeralds. The waterfalls are a karstic phenomenon: over millennia river water has created a canyon up to 200m deep through limestone hills. These waterfalls make up the park and sit deep into some of the lushest vegetation you will set eyes on anywhere.

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BRAC ISLAND. Brac island has a very special local feel and an excellent mixture of nature, culture, and local life. A fishing village Postira - a few places can boast of so many landscaped and accessible beaches that satisfy even the most diverse desires. Pučišća - a gorgeous seaside village, a center of the stone masonry Škrip - a 3000 years old inland settlement, surrounded by hilly landscapes with far views. Dol - sheltered in the deep valley, a charming tiny stone village - rich in culture and gastronomic offerings, famous for its lush and intact nature surrounding, stunning landscape and beautiful scenery. Bol - gorgeous pebble beaches.

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KLIS FORTRESS. Controlling the valley leading into Split, this imposing fortress spreads along a limestone bluff, reaching 385m at its highest point. Inside, you can clamber all over the fortifications and visit the small museum, which has displays of swords and costumes and detailed information on the castle's brutal past. Game of Thrones fans will probably recognise the fortress as Meereen, where Daenerys Targaryen had all those nasty slave-masters crucified in season four.

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OMIS CITY: Croatia’s Adventure Capital. Omis is the most underrated destination in Croatia, although it packs so much punch. Well, the location and geography is what makes this town so special. Visually, it looks like nowhere else in the country with its sharp, jagged mountains that resemble spikes of a lizard tail. Whether you are a thrillseeker, nature or history lover or beach person, you'll be spoiled for choice.

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HVAR ISLAND will blow you away with its white-washed towns and historic cobbled streets of Stari Grad and Vrboska dated back to around 6,000 BC. , clear blue waters, the beaches and coves of the Islands’ south; deserted lagoons of the Pakleni islands and the photogenic rolling hills swathed in layers of fragrant lavender, olive trees, and vineyards. Immerse yourself in the relaxing scents of rosemary, lavender, sage, thyme, wild oregano, and numerous other herbs as you hike through its lush hills.

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MARJAN PARK - FOREST
Split is a well balanced blend of vibrant city life and leisure. When you need a break from the hectic lifestyle, you will find it in the park forest Marjan which also offers numerous possibilities of recreation. There are miles and miles of hiking, cycling, jogging and climbing forest paths, and numerous beaches in the shades of pine trees with some spectacular views as a bonus.

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TROGIR CITY. Gorgeous Trogir is set within medieval walls on a tiny island, linked by bridges to both the mainland and to the far larger Ciovo Island. On summer nights everyone gravitates to the wide seaside promenade lined with bars, cafes and yachts, leaving the knotted, maze like marble streets gleaming mysteriously under old-fashioned streetlights. The old town has retained many intact and beautiful buildings from its age of glory between the 13th and 15th centuries. Ciovo island is a wonderful extension of the old town of Trogir and one of the family vacation summer destinations with great beaches and lovely coastal villages.

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KORCULA ISLAND Rich in vineyards, olive groves and small villages, and harbouring a glorious old town, the island of Korcula is the sixth-largest Adriatic island. Dense pine forests led the original Greek settlers to call the island Black Corfu. Korcula Town is a stunner. Ringed by imposing defences, this coastal citadel is dripping with history, with marble streets rich in Renaissance and Gothic architecture. Its fascinating fishbone layout was cleverly designed for the comfort and safety of its inhabitants: western streets were built straight in order to open the city to the refreshing summer maestral (strong, steady westerly wind), while the eastern streets were curved to minimise the force of the winter bura (cold, northeasterly wind). The town cradles a harbour, overlooked by round defensive towers and a compact cluster of red-roofed houses. There are rustling palms all around and several beaches are an easy walk away.

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MLJET ISLAND - Croatia’s Green Island is 90% forest, 10% water, and 100% tranquility. It offers an off-the-beaten-path escape from the more tourist-saturated Croatian islands.The remainder of the island retains the unspoiled air of tranquillity that, according to legend, captivated Odysseus for seven years. Covering 5400 hectares of land and sea at the western end of the island of Mljet, this national park offers shady walking and cycling tracks, a ruggedly beautiful coastline, ancient ruins and saltwater lakes.

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