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The Punta Rata beach

Punta Rata beach on Tripadvisor.com One of the most beautiful gravel beaches of the world is in a protected area, a cape covered in pine forest. In July 2004, the American Forbes magazine listed this beach among the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world. Among the most famous ones, such as Copacabana, St. Tropez, Costa del Sol, and the exotic beaches in Belize, Antigua and the Maldives, there is also a small part of the Croatian beauty and for a good reason. In 2014 The Huffington ...

The Podrače beach

The Podrače beach in Brela is one of the most photographed beaches of Croatia. It is in very close proximity to Punta Rata beach. The European Parliament published a video on their Twitter profile providing suggestions on where to go swimming this summer. The first place was taken by our magnificent pebble bay – the Podrače beach in Brela. In 2015 beach Podrače was listed among the 15 most beautiful and desirable vacation destinations by the site European Best Destinations. The ...

Medvidina cave

Together with Berulia beach, the Medvidina Cave was once the habitat of the Mediterranean Monk Seal after which it received its name. The Mediterranean monk seal is species of seal and one of the most endangered mammals. In this region they are also known as morski medvid (sea bear) or morski čovik (sea man). Fishermen considered them to be enemies as they often destroyed theirnets. It disappeared from the Adriatic Coast in the 1960s, however, we have been able to see it lately, especially ...


"Sea, sea..." they say that the Croatians exclaimed this on the Dupci pass when they arrived at the Adriatic. Here the rocks swoop more than 100 m deep. The Vruja cove is a gigantic system of wells with an underwater spring of 60 m in diameter standing out, from which a huge amount of water is springing. It is located immediately below the Dupci pass (288 m) separating the Biokovo mountain (1762 m) from the Dovanj mass (864 m), a part of the Omiš Dinara. There are large springs ...

The Biokovo mountain

The oldest given name of the Biokovo Mountain is its Greek name – Adrion. It divided Dalmatia in the Littoral part and the Dalmatia Hinterland. Biokovo's highest peak is Sv. Jure - St George (1762 m). It is characterized by varied vegetation that includes 2274 herbal species among which numerous endemic species of which the most famous is the so called "Biokovsko zvonce" – Biokovo bell (Edraianthus pumilio) The fauna too is diverse so we can find wolves(Canis lupus), boars ...

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The Blue flower award 2012.

Croatian National Tourist Board BLUE FLOWER action includes evaluating the tidiness of Croatian coastal resorts as a whole and the individual elements.

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