The beach Sakarun is situated on the island Dugi Otok (Dalmatia´s longest island). Here you can walk on the sandy surface, enjoy the crystal clear water and the beautiful view to the horizont for donkey´s years…
The paradisiacal national park Plitvice Lakes is not just one of the most famous of croatia but as well one of the oldest. Already in 1979 it was set as one of the first natural monuments on the list of the UNESCO World Heritage. Once you visited the park it will become pretty clear why.. Continue reading “The National Park Plitvice Lakes”
Most of the cities in croatia have a view on the distant horizont, whereas Sibenik offers a beautiful canal which guides sailers to the main port of the city. Along the canal of Saint Anthony strollers can enjoy the 3 kilometer long promenade and its charming surrounding. Why you shouldn´t miss this way?
The hidden fortress of Saint Nicholas is situated at the entrance to the canal of Saint Anthony which guides sailers to the main port of Sibenik. Due to the fact that the building still looks like it was left centuries ago it is kind of an adventure visiting the fortress. Hardly anyone knows that it is existing and even less people come there to enjoy its beauty. What makes it so spezial and why it´s worth visiting the fortress of Saint Nichloas?
New day, new motivation, new journey. Why you should dicover dalmatia´s longest island Dugi Otok (long island)! Continue reading “Dugi Otok – The longest Island of Dalmatia”
Nin – a glory center of roman buildings and royal ceremonies in earlier times, now a reflection of its old history. Can the city assert itself as a holiday destination despite its constant destructions during its warlike time? Continue reading “Nin and the Smallest Cathedrale of the World”
I´m sitting in a café in Zadar enjoying a big cup of coffee and the beautiful view. While listening to the sound of the sea organ I start wondering: what is the tower in the distance up the hill on the otherside? Continue reading “The Fortress of Saint Michael – A Tower in the Distance”