Your Ultimate Travel Guide to Trstenik on the Peljesac Peninsula, Croatia
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by Frank G
1M ago
Your Ultimate Travel Guide to Trstenik on the Peljesac Peninsula, Croatia Trstenik is a small village in southern Croatia on the Peljesac Peninsula. It is located 85 km northwest of Dubrovnik and 175 km south of Split. Trstenik is a hidden gem often overlooked by tourists in favor of bigger, more Croatia Travel Guide and Blog ..read more
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23 Croatian cakes and Cookies You Must Try
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by Frank G
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23 Croatian cakes and Cookies You Must Try Croatia is a beautiful country at the crossroads of Central and Southeast Europe, and this geographical diversity is reflected in its cuisine. With influences from neighboring countries like Italy, Hungary, and Austria and its own unique traditions, Croatian food offers Croatia Travel Guide and Blog ..read more
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Our day with Out to Sea Split, Croatia’s biggest boat party
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by Frank G
1M ago
Our day with Out to Sea Split, Croatia’s biggest boat party Boat Party in Split Croatia is among young adults’ most popular day trips. Although we aren’t into partying hard, we wanted to experience what it would be like to attend Croatia’s biggest boat party – Out to Sea Split. During Croatia Travel Guide and Blog ..read more
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8 Reasons To Visit Peljesac Peninsula in Croatia This Year
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by Frank G
1M ago
8 Reasons To Visit Peljesac Peninsula in Croatia This Year The Peljesac peninsula is in southern Croatia, just a 30-minute drive from Dubrovnik. Peljesac is the second-largest peninsula in Croatia after Istria. Despite its proximity to Dubrovnik, Peljesac is still off the main tourist routes and one of Croatia’s best-kept Croatia Travel Guide and Blog ..read more
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Things to do on the Peljesac peninsula
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by Frank G
1M ago
Things to do on the Peljesac peninsula If you've been around this blog, then you perhaps already know how much we love Peljesac Peninsula. We visit the peninsula whenever we can; sometimes only for a scenic drive and gorgeous views; other times for serious reasons like wine tasting. Croatia Travel Guide and Blog ..read more
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Peljesac Peninsula Travel Guide
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by Frank G
1M ago
Peljesac Peninsula Travel Guide Peljesac peninsula is the second largest peninsula in Croatia (after Istria), and it's one of my favorite parts of Croatia (again, after Istria). Peljesac peninsula is famed for its rugged coast, pebble beaches, salt pans, fortification walls, sleepy villages, red wine - Plavac mali, and delicious oysters and other seafood. Croatia Travel Guide and Blog ..read more
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13 Drinks in Croatia You Should Try
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by Frank G
2M ago
13 Drinks in Croatia You Should Try Situated at the crossroads between Central and Southeast Europe, Croatia has a picturesque Adriatic coastline, historic towns, and a rich cultural heritage. Like its geographical tapestry, Croatian cuisine is a delightful blend of Mediterranean and Central European influences. It boasts Croatia Travel Guide and Blog ..read more
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11 Weird Croatian Dishes for the Intrepid Foodies
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by Frank G
2M ago
11 Weird Croatian Dishes for the Intrepid Foodies Croatia, known for its breathtaking coastline along the Adriatic Sea, rich history, and vibrant culture, offers an intriguing culinary landscape. Croatian cuisine is a testament to the country’s diverse regions. From the seaside freshness of Dalmatia to the rustic, hearty Croatia Travel Guide and Blog ..read more
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How to Spend 3 Days in Split, Croatia: A Complete Guide
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by Frank G
2M ago
How to Spend 3 Days in Split, Croatia: A Complete Guide Split, Croatia, is a vibrant and historic destination that offers a mix of ancient and modern attractions, stunning scenery, and delicious cuisine.  With its rich history and culture, including Unesco-listed Dioclentian’s Palace, beautiful beaches, and vibrant atmosphere, Split has something Croatia Travel Guide and Blog ..read more
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Where to Stay in Zadar, Croatia? Best Areas + Hotels
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by Frank G
3M ago
Where to Stay in Zadar, Croatia? Best Areas + Hotels Zadar, Croatia, is a historic city located on the Dalmatian coast, known for its rich blend of Roman and Venetian ruins, stunning coastal scenery, and contemporary attractions like the Sea Organ and the Greeting to the Sun. If you are Croatia Travel Guide and Blog ..read more
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