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If you think that there is nothing to do in Croatia, rest assured, you

will not get bored. On the contrary, Croatia is so diverse that there

is something to satisfy even the most demanding clients. It o ers

countless outdoor activities, allowing you to enjoy the magnifi-

cent countryside. The strings of islands along the jagged coastline

provide a paradise for boating, swimming in the pure Adriatic Sea,

kayaking and diving. And those who prefer to stay on land can

relax by trekking in the beautiful parks of Risnjak and Paklenica,

while climbing enthusiasts can enjoy the Paklenica National Park.

You can also enjoy the pleasures of windsurfing in Brač, raing on

the Cetina, cycling or just lounging around in cafes and on terrac-

es, quietly chaing and absorbing the delightful ambience.

When you have had your fill of fresh air, you can try the delicious food

and top quality ingredients: olive oil, trues, seafood and smoked

ham, not forgeing a glass of Prošek, a traditional sweet wine.

In recent years, Croatia has not only been paradise for those who

love the sun and the beautiful scenery, but also one of the fastest

growing destinations in Europe, famous for its exceptional beach

parties at Zrce, Brač and Hvar, or night clubs in Zagreb, Split and

Porec. Croatia, a must-see country!



Have you heard of the actors Goran Visnjic (from the TV series ER), Denise Richards, John Malkovich, Rade Šerbedžija, Eric Bana, the inventor Nikola Tesla, the explorer Marco Polo, the tennis player Goran

Ivanisevic or Picasso’s famous muse Dora Maar? They are all Croatian or have Croatian roots.

Who does not know the Walt Disney masterpiece, 101 Dalmatians? Portrayed again and again in film, cartoons or by real characters, we immediately melt when we see those adorable spoed puppies called

Dalmatians, which are indeed of Croatian origin!