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In Opatija the magnificent architecture and beautiful parks of the Jewel of the Adriatic can take you to another world, a world of fairy tales in which princes are still riding white horses and proposing to their princesses. That is because Opatija is a piece of heritage left by the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy for whose courtiers it was the favourite place of rest.

Opatija: A mere fishing village 200 years ago, Opatija became the first spa resort on the entire Croatian coast.

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Where Me, Andrew, and my family will be spending part of our summer!

Rooftop view of  Trogir Croatia.

Birdseye view of Trogir, Croatia. Trogir is a historic town and harbor on the Adriatic coast in Split-Dalmatia County, Croatia.

La ciudad croata de Rovinj rivaliza con la mismísima Dubrovnik por el título de 'perla del Adriático'. Determinar cuál de las dos merece ser coronada como tal es una difícil elección. Lo cierto es que Rovinj es uno de los destinos más [...]

( Europe) Santa Eufemia / Rovinj / Istria, Croatia, is one of more attractive places on Adriatic See, and delicious-Food!

Nin, Croatia (by EDEN) Nin has a very rich and tumultuous history. Its location is intriguing; the heart of Nin is its historical center on an islet only 500 meters in diameter. Nin is situated in a lagoon on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea, surrounded by natural sandy beaches and linked with the mainland by two stone bridges from the 16th century.

Nin, historically important as a centre of a medieval Christian Bishopric, a small and beautiful town near Zadar - Photo by Eden 1

Moscenicka Draga (popular beach) - Opatija, Croatia

Moscenicka Draga (popular beach) - Opatija, Croatia Home sweet home!

Alley in Orebić, Dalmatia, Croatia. The town of Orebić has a very rich history and culture, nice beaches, and is a popular place to visit on the Peljesac Peninsula. Photo by Philipp Baumann (V)

Alley in Orebić, Dalmatia, Croatia. The town of Orebić has a very rich history and culture, nice beaches, and is a popular place to visit on the Peljesac Peninsula. Photo by Philipp Baumann (V)

Split, Croatia 2005.

Split, Croatia 2005.