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Map of Croatia

Croatia is a mediterranean country, located in the heart of Europe at the Adriatic sea. Croatia stretches from the Pannonian hill, through the narrow area of Dinaric Mountains, to the Adriatic sea. The capital of Croatia is Zagreb and the coastline of 5835km consists of 1246 islands, islets, numerous bays and peninsulas which is why this country is also known as "the country of thousand islands".
Croatia is an ideal destination for the ones who seek sea and sun as well as for the adventurists eager to discover many natural beauties this country has to offer.

Croatian regions

Istria

ISTRIA -Get to know Istria through the typical architectural venetian buildings, churches, bell towers, its coast and beaches. With its inland, Istria makes an unavoidable tourist destination. The Istrian peninsula is located in the northern part of the Adriatic sea, between the gulf of Trieste and the gulf of Kvarner. There are three rivers flowing through Istria; Dragonja, Raša, and Mirna, and in the northern part is the mountain Učka.
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Kvarner

KVARNER - Kvarner, with the islands of Cres, Krk, Lošinj, and Rab, is the region that for its diverse climate and vegetation connects the littoral, inland, islands, and mountains. For centuries, Kvarner has united architecture and culture of diverse traditions. Kvarner is formed by the riviera of Rijeka and the littoral of Vinodol, along with the littoral of Velebit all the way to Karlobag.
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North Dalmatia

NORTH DALMATIA - North Dalmatia includes the coast between the island of Pag (north) and the city of Primošten (south). The most important and the greatest city of north Dalmatia is Zadar. In this county you can visit medieval cities and monuments from the Roman period, as te Cathedral of St. Donat in Zadar, or the one of St. Ivan in Šibenik. Other than being sorrounded by a spectacular coast and islands, the most beautiful panoramic views are offered by two national parks, which are national park Krka and the Kornati islands.
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Central Dalmatia

CENTRAL DALMATIA - Central Dalmatia includes the coast between the river Krka (north-west) and the coast of Makarska (south-west). The most important and the largest city of central Dalmatia is Split. In this county you can visit the remains of old towns, such as Solun, and the Diocletian´s Palace. Furthermore, being so close to an uncontaminated sea, breathtaking beaches, and creeks, helps the growth of tourism. It offers a variety of accommodation in Dalmatia, such as hotels,apartments, private houses, residence, vacation villages, camping, bungalow, and others. All accommodation offers different contents such as restaurants (with a large seafood offer), recreation centers, entertainment, and others. In this county there is the river Cetina, known as the sport center for rafting and rowing.
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South Dalmatia

SOUTH DALMATIA -South Dalmatia represents the smallest part of the Dalmatian coast, and it is extended to the border with Bosna and Herzegovina. The greatest and the most important city is Dubrovnik, known for the ancient walls that surround the city. There are no large tourist centers in South Dalmatia, but you can enjoy the beautiful view of the delta of the river Neretva, as well as the national park in the area, famous for its two baies. This county is well known for the production of wine, Malvazija, for the production of olive oil, and for fishing.
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Central Croatia

CENTRAL CROATIA - Central Croatia includes a third of Croatian territory. It is located in the basin rivers Sava, Drava and Mura which are areas of special geological values, on the south Central Croatia is only 40 kilometers away from the sea. Plitvice lakes, ancient forest landscape Corkova bay ,beautiful Peter and Zrinska worse, biorezervat Lonja field as well as the historic fort Zrinski is essential part of the Central Croatian destinations.
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