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Things to do in Croatia
Dubrovnik - tour the 14th century Fortress St Ivan
St John’s Fortress, or Fortress St Ivan as it is locally known was the original defence for the city back in the 14th century and has been expanded over the centuries as the city grew. Its semi circular design makes for great defence and offers great views over the harbour and city. The Maritime Museum and aquarium are located within the old fortress
Dubrovnik - wander and shop at the historic Stadun
There is so much to see along the Stadun in Dubrovnik that you are sure to miss something on your first walk along the street. As well as the numerous shops and restaurants there are a number of historical sites that need to be seen. These include the city Bell Tower built in 1444 and the bell with its striking men was added in 1509. Refresh yourself at one of the many fountains along the Stadun during the hot summer months.
Hvar Island - discover hidden coves by kayaking around the coast
The lack of waves and a significant tide make kayaking in the Black Sea an absolute delight especially around the region of Hvar Island. Sheltered from the winds coming from inland you can kayak right up to small remote beaches, something that is impossible in a small boat. The crystal clear waters also allow you to marvel at the beautiful underwater scenery and natural wildlife of the region.
Split - explore the narrow, cool streets surrounding Fruit Square
There has been a community at the site of the present day Split since the 6th century BC and as the city grew narrow streets demarked new areas of the city. These now offer an excellent opportunity to explore the history of the city with some of the most interesting areas being around the Fruit Square. Here you can see marked into the walls the history of occupation by various armies over the centuries. Be sure to find the bronze statue of Marco Marulic sometimes called the father of Croatian literature.
Introduction of Croatia
Croatia, in southern Europe, seceded from the Yugoslav Federation in 1991. It is bordered on its western side by the Adriatic Sea and shares land borders with Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Serbia and Montenegro. Croatia's picturesque coast features sandy coves, marinas and rugged cliffs mainland coast boasts more than 1,000kms of beaches and additional holiday resorts are found on the country's offshore islands. . Seaside towns up and down the coast have a wide choice of Croatia hotels. The area's Islands such as Rab offer wonderful beaches, clear blue sea and resort style accommodations. Rab's renowned Paradise Beach (Rajska Plaza) typifies Croatia's beaches. It features soft golden sands lapped by pristine waters set against verdant pine forest. Several of historical cities, including Dubrovnik and Split, have been designated World Heritage sites. Both these cities offer eclectic establishments, many of which are housed in refurbished traditional structures. The walled city of Dubrovnik boasts myriad draws that include the Minceta Tower and the Onofrio Fountain.