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Top destinations on Adriatic coast

Top destinacije na Jadranu

The Croatian coast has been recognized worldwide as one of the most exciting and attractive to tourists. Thousands of islands, reefs, islets and bays, numerous secluded intimate beaches, unique cuisine and developed nightlife attract tourists from all around the world, and these are the most popular destinations.

1) Dubrovnik

Located in the south of the country, surrounded by three small islands (Lopud, Lokrum and Koločep), cultural pride of Croatia and a city of rich and turbulent history was founded in the 7th century, while it owes its baroque appearance to a great fire that was in the 17th century, which destroyed much of the city. The whole city is under UNESCO protection, and the most famous monuments are the Rector's Palace, City Wall, Orlando's Column, Lovrijenac citadel and many others. At the central promenade Stradun you'll find numerous shops, souvenir shops and restaurants, while those who want a night out should look for entertainment in clubs Fuego and Revelin. The world-famous cultural events are Dubrovnik Summer Festival and Dubrovnik International Film Festival.

2) Hvar

The largest city on the island is regularly listed the world's top destination for relaxation and entertainment. The city has a rich cultural heritage, but is also a popular gathering place for young population who want superb nightlife, along with Pag and beach Zrce. A must see destinations are Fortica citadel, Hvar cathedral, theater and Franciscan monastery with the convent of Benedictine nuns. Downtown has numerous restaurants that offer excellent dishes, while an unforgettable night out at the clubs is guaranteed in Carpe Diem, Veneranda, Hula Hula and Kiva Bar. For those who are into something more relaxing, there is a wide range of musical and folklore events.

3) Opatija

One of the most famous pearl of the Adriatic, located near the city of Rijeka, has numerous monuments, parks and promenades and is the flagship of wellness tourism in Croatia. Besides the Croatian Walk of Fame, unavoidable destinations are rocks of Queen Elizabeth, Museum of Tourism, Nature Park Ucka, parks Angiolina and St.. James and Art pavilion "Juraj Sporer". In the city center there are numerous luxurious restaurants with a unique ambience and top offer, and a good time is guaranteed in nightclubs Hemingway, Monokini and Lord Byron.

4) Pula

The largest city in Istria gained worldwide fame because of the Arena, a remarkably preserved Roman amphitheater which today serves as a venue for numerous festivals, concerts and other cultural events. It is necessary to visit the Temple of Augustus, Castle, Historical Museum, Golden Gate arch and Forum. Strong influence of Italian cuisine is visible in the number of indigenous specialties like prawns, fish stew, scrambled eggs and minestrone. Aruba, Bass and Cabahia will satisfy the most demanding clubbers until the early morning hours.

5) Split

The second largest city in Croatia and the urban center of Dalmatia is situated at the foot of Marjan hill, and is best known for Diocletian's palace, the old town of over 1700 years, which is under UNESCO protection. Narrow City Center hides and unique cultural monuments such as the Cathedral of St.. Duje, statue of Gregory of Nin, the temple of Jupiter and Prokurative, which hosts summer music events. Plenty of shops and shopping centers, excellent restaurants and bars will satisfy even the most demanding clientele, while the party people will meet their requirements with the Ultra Music Festival and clubs Hemingway, Chameleon, Tropic and O'Hara.

6) Korcula

Birthplace of Marco Polo, apart from the famous seafarer, is also known for its excellent wines. You must also visit the town center, birth house Marco Polo, St. Marcus Cathedral.and numerous galleries. Do not miss out on a traditional dance with swords, moreška, and for the nightlife, ideal places are main square Forteca and Borak, which offers plenty of bars, cafes and restaurants.

7) Mljet

Due to the exceptional natural beauty and clean sea, the northwestern part of the island was declared a national park, and the rest of the island hides the beauty of coniferous forests, crystal clear waters and beautiful beaches like Saplunara and Blace. It is advised to visit the small island of St. Mary with the Dominican Monastery, Great and Little Lake and Odysseus cave. Exceptional cuisine can be tasted in numerous restaurants and taverns, with eel as the most famous Mljet specialty. Lack of clubs makes Mljet an ideal destination for a quiet holiday.

8) Baska, Krk

Baska has become known for the Church of St. Lucy in Jurandvor where the Baska tablet, the oldest written Glagolitic monument that mentions the Croatian name, was found. It is recommended to visit the ethno house in Funtana, Heritage Museum and Baska Glagolitic track, and the inevitable  "Baska pir", an event during which one can participate in traditional "wedding", as well as the fishing day held in early August. It is possible to try different seafood delicacies, and to cool down on one of the many beaches, including Vela beach which is awarded with Blue Flag for exceptionally clear water. Baska does not have too many options for night life, but only 15 kilometers away, Punat and Krk offer numerous nightclubs.

9) Zadar

With Split, Zadar is the most urban Dalmatian city and one of the capital of fun in the Adriatic. It holds numerous events such as musical evenings, Garden Festival, Millennium Jump and others, but also has a rich cultural heritage. The most famous monuments are the city walls, gardens of queen Jelena Madijevka, church of St. Anastasia and many others. Be sure to visit the first sea organ in the world, and the world-famous installation of Sun Salutation. Zadar archipelago abounds in natural beauty of which should be set aside national parks Kornati, Velebit, Plitvice, Krka and Paklenica, and nature parks Northern Velebit, Vrana Lake and Park.

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