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10 % discount on all bookings
From 01.03.2018. till 31.05.2018. we give 10% discount on all excursions and transfers with our luxury boat Incantesimo.
skipper, sailor, guide and hostesse
We currently have seasonal vacancies for a skipper, sailor, guide and hostesse for work on our luxury boat „Incantesimo“ Please contact us....
start season with brand new boat jeanneau cap camarat 7.5 b.r.
Dear clients we are very happy to offer for your brend new boat for everything you need to spend and enjoy one beautiful day on the sea.
Wine has been made in Croatia since it was introduced by Greek settlers 2,500 years ago – original vineyards are still intact on Stari Grad Plain on Hvar island. Today, Croatia has more than 300 wine regions, 17,000 producers and 2,500 (mostly white) wines.
Dalmatia in UNESCO
Altogether seven locations in Croatia have been included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, five of which are in Dalmatia: the historical core of Dubrovnik named the pearl of the Adriatic Sea by Lord Byron, the Diocletian’s Palace in Split, St James’ Cathedral in Šibenik, the historical core of Trogir and the Stari Grad Plain on the island of Hvar, also known as the island of the lavender. The sunniest island in Croatia may also have the best fragrance thanks to the bluish purple flower, but the loveliest blue imaginable can be found in the Blue Cave on Biševo island as well as Mljet island. Hvar is situated in between two famous islands: Korčula, where the renowned medieval merchant Marco Polo was born, and Brač with its excellent Zlatni Rat beach in Bol, a unique beach that changes its shape depending on the wind.
Funnily enough, Dalmatia is in fact older than Croatia. How is that even possible? It was founded as a province by the Romans even before the Croatians arrived and settled in this territory. Throughout the history it continually changed its boundaries, but mostly as a part of larger countries. Even today it does not represent a unified administrative entity within Croatia - in fact, it is divided in four counties: Zadar and Šibenik-Knin in the north, Dubrovnik-Neretva in the south, and Split- Dalmatia in the middle, with the latter as the only one with Dalmatian reference in the name at least.