The Dubrovnik Good Food Festival was held from 20 to 23 October, with a 200 meter long buffet in the main street Stradun marking the end of both the festival and the tourist season!
Do you want to see as much as possible in the shortest possible time? Backpacking is your solution!
Some destinations are situated in such a way that you should be both a local and have little courage to get there. Beautiful Duga, on the outside of Ciovo, is one of those places.
If you´re looking for a vacation with a tad more action, Omis a good choice!
The Croatian archipelago stretches from Montenegro Coast in the south until it meets the border of Slovenia and Italy to the north, and holds thousands of hidden secrets.
Wherever you end up in Croatia, you´ll most likely find a favorite!
As one of the oldest towns in the Mediterranean Trogir has more than enough to offer.
The Croatian food is at a consistent, high level.
Pizza, pasta, cevapi, grilled fish, cheese, ham and other local specialties.
But then there is the always someone who is pushing it a bit further. And further and further.
Daksa Island. Photo: The Bohemian Blog
We can all agree that Croatia is a beautiful country. Nice people, great scenery and the outstanding atmosphere are all ingredients that makes us love the Adriatic.
But, there are also a few dark spots on the history along the Croatian coastline.
Photo: Andrea Cvitanovic Mayfield
There must be millions of beautiful pictures from Croatia!
Instagram is a great way to keep up to date on great shots from the beach, sailboats or sunsets.
After all, Croatia has got the most beautiful sunset in the world!