Eversince David Kirke performed the first modern bungee jump way back in 1979, this activity became a part of many people’s bucket lists. Whether you want to try it to get rid of your fear of heights, to prove your braveness or you want to do it to mark a new chapter in your life – bungee jumping is something you just have to experience!
And let’s not forget one of the best advantages of bungee jumping – after doing it you can brag all you want because it really is something to be proud of!
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Croatia is a Mediterranean country filled with beautiful places just waiting to be explored. However, walking around ancient cities and seeing all the beautiful architecture is one thing, but looking at those places from the peaceful Adriatic sea is a completely different experience.
Sea kayaking offers just that – a fantastic view of Zadar and Dugi Otok from the sea!
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You’ve probably heard of Croatia much over the last few years thanks to the megapopular TV show Game of Thrones and the fact that Croatian football team won silver medal in 2018 FIFA World Cup.
If those two reasons weren’t enough to convince you it’s time to finally visit this majestic place, we’ll present you with 8 reasons why you should definitely pack your bags and book your flight to Croatia!
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If you’re traveling through Croatia and you’re visiting Zadar and Šibenik, right between those two cities you’ll find a unique site – the Vransko Jezero!
This wonderful lake has been declared a Nature Park in 1999 and since then it’s been a must-visit for every tourist traveling through Dalmatia! With area of nearly 60km², half of which is the lake itself, this wonderful park is filled with natural attractions such as brackish water and cryptodepression (which means that a part of the lake lies below the sea level).
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Dalmatian town Omiš is situated in a beautiful place where River Cetina flows into the Adriatic Sea. Located in Split-Dalmatia County, it is the center of the Omiš Riviera. In the past notoriously known for the Pirates of Omiš, now is famous for its natural and cultural heritage. Read more “Omiš -beautiful small town with rich history”
Historical center of town Nin is located on an islet, connected to the mainland with two stone bridges built in the 16th century. As a first Croatian royal town, it holds an important place in Croatian history. Read more “Nin – one of the most romantic destinations in Croatia”
European industry trade association ‘ACI Europe’ recently released the statistical reports for first half of 2019. confirming Zadar Airports record breaking numbers.
Read more “Zada Airport one of the busiest small Airports in Europe”
Knin is a hidden gem in the hinterland of Dalmatia. Famously known as the “City of Croatian Kings”, it is an important crossroad between Zagreb and Split. Read more “City of Knin”
Mljet is considered to be one of the most beautiful Croatian islands and is the oldest marine protected area in the whole Mediterranean. Read more “Mljet National Park”
In central Dalmatia, where the river Krka flows into the Adriatic sea, you will find a real Mediterranean gem. Šibenik, also known as “Kresimir’s Town”, is full of cultural heritage, scenic attractions and social events. Read more “Šibenik”