Veliko Brdo 108, Makarska, Croatia
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This Park is one of 11 nature parks in Croatia, and includes self-titled mountain range mountain. Nature Park was declared in 1981, with an area of 195.5 km2. The highest point of the park St George with 1762 meters above sea level is also the highest peak of the mountain slope and the third highest peak in Croatia. Part of the park is the Botanical garden, which was founded by dr. Fra Jure Radic.

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The Island of Brac is the largest island in the region of Central Dalmatia, and the third largest Adriatic island. It is located across the city of Split on Dalmatian coast (12 km), next to the Islands of Hvar and Solta, and separated from the mainland by Brac Channel. Brac has a very comfortable Mediterranean climate with long dry and hot summers. Supetar is the largest town and harbor on the island.

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If you really want to get familiar with all the beauties of the island of Hvar, the best way is to join one of the tours we offer. You can join us for a day or for a week programs. We will take you to the best spots to experience its natural wonders and the unspoiled way of living.Visiting untouched lagoons around Hvar plays a great role in enjoying your holidays. These can be reached by car, bicycle, or inspiring walks.

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Rafting Cetina

“Cetina-raft” reveals a different Dalmatia, hidden just around the mountains, the beauty of the crystal clear river Cetina, with amazing waterfalls, deep canyons beautiful film (that was filmed movie “Winnetou”), gentle forests, hidden caves, river islands, mild rapids and fabulous old mills. We take you on an unforgettable trip – rafting – you will experience a pleasant three-hour rafting ride without great danger and see the beauty of untouched nature.

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Međugorje, or Medjugorje is a town located in the Herzegovina region of Bosnia and Herzegovina, around 25 km (16 mi) southwest of Mostar and close to the border of Croatia. The town is part of the municipality of Čitluk. Since 1981, it has become a popular site of Catholic pilgrimage due to reports of alleged apparitions of the Virgin Mary to six local children. The name Međugorje literally means “between mountains”.

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Trebižat river has several waterfalls, the most famous is 12 kilometers away from the waterfall Kravica Medjugorje – a rare phenomenon under state protection since 1954 as a natural monument of the first row. Water gushes from a height of 28 meters creating a water amphitheater wide 120 meters, stunning scenery with great roar and dewy rain. Kravica is an ideal place for a picnic or a swim with most picturesque sceneries in Herzegovina.

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The economical, cultural, educational, transportational and tourist center of Herzegovina. Raised in a flower and wine-growing valley of the Neretva River this city is a rose of stone. Its mild climate is protected by the Velež, Čabulja and Hum Mountains. It was founded around the Old Bridge which was built in 1566 near the former suspension bridge. There are many valuable cultural monuments left over from this time period and later on.

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Thirty years ago the center of Dubrovnik made it to the UNESCO World Heritage list while the Festival of St. Blaise, the patron saint of Dubrovnik in October 2010 became part of the register of protected intangible heritage. Center of Dubrovnik has many sites to visit, and of religious buildings as well. Must see is: city walls, Orlando’s Column, the Cathedral and the Church of St. Blaise, and one of the oldest pharmacies in Europe.

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Split is the largest city in Dalmatia, the second largest in Croatia and the cultural, political and economic center of Dalmatia. The Cathedral of St. Duje. Sv. Dujam was the first Bishop of Salona, and in his honor was erected in the magnificent Cathedral. The beautiful bell tower of the cathedral 57 meters high was built in the 13th century. The money for the bell tower donated a Croatian-Hungarian King Bela IV.

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