nedjelja, 24. lipnja 2012.

Dubrovnik riviera

Dubrovnik riviera


Zaton, Orašac, Slano and Trsteno tourist information:

Zaton is situated not far from Dubrovnik, named after the beautiful bay, famous for its old villas from the Dubrovnik Republic. It consists of large and small Zaton and along the beautiful sandy beaches, clear sea and beautiful scenery offers a completely fenced holiday to every tourist desirous of genuine enjoyment. 

Although there are no hotels in Zaton, a rich offer of private accommodation you can look at Besides the accommodation that you as a tourist are definitely interested, Zaton offers restaurants, coffee bars, shops, restaurants and post office. I would highly recommend two fish restaurants'' Ancora'' and ''Dva bora''. Enjoy dishes from the Adriatic Sea. Zaton is a true destination if you want near the famous tourist resort, in this case, Dubrovnik, yet peaceful place where you recharge your batteries and enjoy what you offer the Adriatic Sea.

Orašac is located between Zaton and Trsteno, named after the nuts that are grown old Dubrovnikans until the fall of the Dubrovnik Republic. Facing exactly the Koločep, and its lower part the sea, via the main road leading to the beach and moorings with boats, while the upper stretches to the hill above. In Orašac is the most famous celebration of the St. Orašac Lady, recommendation to any tourist that is by chance in July found on their holiday in Orasac. 

Although Orasac relatively small place, it has very big complex Dubrovnik Sun Gardens'''', 5-star hotel, the Radisson SAS chain known - Radisson BLU Resort & Spa Dubrovnik Riviera. Since the bridge, Dubrovnik is only 15 km, we advise any one tourist who wants a quiet vacation to implement it on the Dubrovnik Riviera.

Slano is situated in the bay, 37 km from Dubrovnik, about its rich history that dates back to prehistoric times the story is told by the remains of forts on closest hills. The ancient ruins of a Roman fortress and old Catholic sarcophagus are sure to interest every tourist desirous of knowledge about the history of this region. In 1399 when the Slano became a part of the Dubrovnik Republic, it had also a Rector's Palace with Prince, which indicates the importance of the Slano at that time. 

Besides a rich history that you can explore by walking, Slano has 2 hotels, Hotel Osmine with 3 stars, the Admiral Hotel with 5 star, and many apartments that you can look at, restaurants and bars. Certainly accommodation may be one of the most important interest to tourists, however local specialties are surelly second desire for all those gurmans, therefore we recommend to experience gastronomy in Slano and visit restaurants ''Grgurići'', ''Kolarin'' and ''Maestral''. During the war in 1991, Slano was completely devastated and has returned to its splendor and beauty in the nearby past.

Trsteno is certainly one of the most magnificent places of the Dubrovnik region. Trsteno is known for its Arboretum, raised with great love by the Gucetic family, which had at that point their own castle and lands. They planted one of the most beautiful park, and certainly one of the oldest ones in this region. Plants were brought from all over the world, and apart from the most varied plant life, there's also a mansion, an aqueduct, mill, and an interesting fountain of Neptune and nymphs. If you're in the passing trough Trsteno, you'll recognize it by its giant plane trees located in the center, which in some ways become a symbol of Trsteno. So if you are just passing nearby, we surely reccomend you to stop and visit botanical garden. Have a nice time .

Rijeka Dubrovačka interesting for its sea-river bay and its location nearby Dubrovnik. Because of its natural beauty and natural spring water, Rijeka Dubrovačka was a favorite place of the old Dubrovnikans for the construction of its beautiful villas and castles which can be seen passing through this area. Rijeka Dubrovačka consist of 10 small settlements, the most important ones are Sustjepan, Rozat and Mokosica. Despite all its natural beauty of the Rijeka Dubrovačka, it is far most attractive and famous for its marina ''ACI Marina Dubrovnik'', where you can see many yachts from all over the world.

If you decide to spend your holidays in Dubrovnik, and get tired of city noise, we recommend visiting at least one of these beautiful settlements of Dubrovnik Riviera. 

If you have any questions, feel free to leave me a comment. I would be happy to respond you back.

 Enjoy your holidays.

utorak, 19. lipnja 2012.

Istria for tourist - Video

Istria for tourist - Video

petak, 15. lipnja 2012.

Zadar tourist information

Zadar tourist information

The Zadar region area is the largest and most well-known Croatian historical region. It covers the south of Croatia and, it is in one word, the real and original Mediterranean.

This city is an administrative, economical, cultural and political center of Northern Dalmatia and Zadar County. Its position is very specific and it could be named as „meeting point“ for geographically different areas. It is even more interesting because of its natural beauties and because it surrounded by historical and picturesque towns.

How to reach Zadar:


Zadar is an easily accessible destination by land, sea and air. It has an excellent traffic structure and connection with other Croatian bigger cities: Zagreb, Rijeka, Split and Dubrovnik. On the peninsula itself ( old part of the city ) is located port for the ferry and for the cruisers. It offers an extraordinary view of the entire city at the entrance into the port. For the air traffic access, there is the airport which is 9 km far from the centre. There is as well the regular ferry lines with Zadar archipelago islands. Train connection is available and well integrated into Croatian railway network through Knin. Zadar is regularly connected by bus lines to all bigger towns in Croatia and abroad.

Regarding the accommodation, Super-apartments offer apartments, studio-apartments, villas and rooms in the center of Zadar, at affordable prices.
Zadar beaches: Many of them are pebble beaches and they are appropriate for family vacation. There you can find some concrete terraces where you can enjoy in full comfort.

Main sights in Zadar: 

The greeting to the Sun: Sea Organ is the world-known sight but, Zadar has at the present moment, one extraordinary sight more –it is the Greeting to the Sun, made by the same architect Nikola Barišić. It is at the end of Zadar peninsula, next to the famous Sea Organ and it communicates with nature with the light. Sea Organ : The Sea Organ is located near the new cruiser port, within the Zadar waterfront. This is a place of the synergy of human ideas and skills with the energy of the sea, waves, high and low tide. It is a place of relax, thinking and conversation followed by the continual concert of the mystical tones of the “Orchestra of Nature”. The Sea Organ has become an unavoidable point in all tourist itineraries of the city of Zadar and its region.

Church of Saint Donat This is the symbol of the city of Zadar and the most famous monumental edifice in Croatia from the early Middle Ages (9th c.). Today, its space is used, due to its extraordinary acoustic features, for musical performances ("Musical Evenings in Saint Donat"). Kalelarga Kalelarga or Široka ulica (Large Street) the main and most famous street in Zadar is said to be older than the city itself. It extends in the east-west direction from Narodni trg (People’s Square) to the Forum Zadar National Museum Zadar National Museum is a general complex of museums founded in December 1962. It has united four independent museum-gallery institutions that are today the Ethnological and Natural-Science Department, Museum of the City of Zadar and Art Gallery.

What can tourist do in Zadar:

Zadar offers to each type of tourist appropriate kind of fun or pure relaxing. There you can rent a bike, you can take a diving classes. If you prefer hiking and trekking it is possible to organise in one of many service centres. Where to eat: there are many restaurants and we will mention just some of them: Restaurant „ Foša“, Restaurant „ Niko“, Restaurant „ Kornat“, restaurant „ Fortuna“, etc. There are as well many of the café bars, night bars and some of them are: „ Garden“, „ Arsenal“, Caffe gallery „ Gina“, etc.

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srijeda, 13. lipnja 2012.

Šibenik for tourist


Location of Šibenik is just about the middle of Croatian Adriatic coastline. Its position is one of the most beautiful parts of Croatia.

 One of the main reasons for it is amazingly beautiful estuary of Krka river. This river is one of the most beautiful Croatian karst river and it is the main part of the National Park Krka, near the city in the neighbourhood, Skradin. At the present moment, Šibenik is an administrative, political, economic and sociocultural center of the Šibenik-Knin County, which spreads along the coastline between the shores of Zadar and Split. It is approximately 100 km long, and its inland reaches as far as the Dinara Mountain, 45 km away.

There is a significant traffic position of this city with all types of traffic possibilities and connections. The main road is Adriatic coastal highway with extensions to Drniš and Knin, and further towards Croatian inland. Second important means of transport is the train that leads to Split and Zagreb. From the Split airport and Zemunik airport, air traffic goes to different directions in Croatia and Europe.

Attractions of this coastal area are the islands that belong to it. There are 242 islands, small islands and reefs above the sea. Among all those islands, only ten is inhabited and the most interesting and beautiful group of islands, are Kornati.

Regarding accommodation of tourists, Super-apartments would like to offer, in the centre of Šibenik, plenty of apartments at affordable prices. You can also be accommodated in rooms or studio apartments, all depending on your needs and Super-apartments can meet all your requirements.

When it comes about possibilities for entertainment and fun and what to see in this city, there are many of it, interesting activities and places. There is a unique possibilities to visit even two National Parks - the first is National Park Krka with amazing flow of the river Krka with its waterfalls. The second is National Park Kornati which offers pure beauty of untouched nature. Here you can see and feel the unique beauty of karst and sea.

 In case that you are interested for some sport activities, related to sea – there are as well some of the posibillities for it. Diving, surfing, sailing activities for all that you can proper information in the Nautic center. There are as well bike rental possibilities, organised tours for fishing - all this guarantees a vacation full of interesting activities.

Some very interesting places are over here: The Cathedral of St. James ( Katedrala sv. Jakova) is the main site. This Cathedral has been on the UNESCO World heritage List since 2000. It represents the successful fusion of Gothic and Renaissance art. Bunari ( literally „ wells“ ) was in 15th century main reservoir for city's water supply. It is a complex which is today in use for concerts, stand-up comedy shows and other kind of entertainments. For those who appreciate beautiful gardens, there is extremely rare Medieval monastery garden, It is a part of the Franciscan monastery of St. Lawrence and it has been renovated and opened in 2007. There you can enjoy in a beauty and a scent of various plants, especially those used in pharmacy.

Beaches – In the town there are not sufficient beaches, and it is recommended to go on some of the islands for enjoyment in a pure sea and beautiful pebble beaches. In Žaborić is a sand beach. Recommendation for the restaurants, taverns, caffe-shops and night bars: “ Barun“, „ Zlatna ribica“, „ Oceanic“, „ Alpa“, etc. 

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ponedjeljak, 11. lipnja 2012.

Rovinj tourist information

Rovinj tourist information

Rovinj is placed in western part of  Istrian coast, and it has population of approximately 14 000 inhabitants. The climate in Rovinj is mild, Mediterranean, which means long and dry summer and mild winters. It is just a prefect place for your summer holiday. Winds that blows in this region are gale which gives a cold and nice weather, south wind with warmer weather, and mild landwards breeze wich blows with giving a refreshment during the hot summer days.

Rovinj settled on the Adriatic sea as old fishing town, surrounded by beautiful islands bigger and smaller ones, is placed in Istria and is considered as one of the most famous touristic places in Croatia. Rovinj has only two settlements: Rovinj – Rovigno i Rovinjsko Selo - Villa di Rovigno.

Rovinj is first mentioned as Castrum  Rubini in 7th century,  Benussi chronicler had the opinion that Rovinj is founded somewhere in the period of III. to the fifth century , according to archaeological findings, it was inhabited in the prehistoric period - the Bronze and Iron Ages. After a peacefull time under the rule od Roman Empire, and many invadoors such as Huns and Visigots, Romans  were looking for  security, which they  found on islands: Mons Albanus, Cissu Sv. Andrija and Sv. Katerinu.

In the period of 10th to 12th century it resisted Venetian influence, but in year 1283. it is loosing its independence. In 16th century it has been often attacked from sea by pirates. Soon after Venice has felled, citizens took the city and maintained it even during the Austrian and French rule. In 1920 was given to the Italians by signing the Rapall agreement and was included into the Friuli – Venezia province. After the WW2 was over, 1947. Rovinj became a city in Yugoslavia.

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Nature is what makes this city so recognizable in the world. I am sure when tourist experience  Rovinj Islands and the Coastal Area, or Golden Cape Forest Park you will want to see more and more, so to enjoy all your time in Rovinj you can see also The Fantazija Quarry, Palud Wetlands and the Two Little Sisters Islands, Saline and The Lim Bay. 

Rovinj is also known as artist city, therefore many artists from all over the world come and visit Rovinj. Traditional Organization called the "Art Colony Rovinj" and "Grisia" is and event that is held annually and there are works of art exposend under the clear blue sky.

If you as a tourist arrive to Rovinj, you will easilly find various places of entertainment. Very popular Rovinj Fiesta, with numerous artists and musicians performing at concets, live music. Besides this sort of entertainment, for those who prefet peacefull holidays, Rovinj also offers classical music concerts in the Franciscan monastery. 

Furthermore, Rovinj has the largest entertainment complex in Istria region. Monvi Center offers many restaurants, pizzerias, pubs, pastry shops, an amphitheater and disco club.
Night Clubs and Bars: Villas Rubin, Monte Bar, Island in the Red Valentino, Eva and Monte Molina.
Casinos: Automat Club Istra and Adria Casino on board.

Rovinj is town which is known as romantic city, rich with its historical findings and cultural heritage, if you want to enjoy its old town, you must not forget to see a stroll through a hundred-year-old Zlatni Rt Park Forest (Golden Cape), enjoy delightful restaurants and the sunset, only than you will understand what a true romance is.

If tourist would like to experience a real spirit of Rovinj we advice you to see: Island Peninsula, City Palace, Town clock, Town walls and gates, Balbi’s arch, Center of historical research, The Antonio Gandusio theater, Franciscan monastery,  Church of St. Euphemia, Romanesque Church of the Holy Trinity. Also there are many interesting galleries and museums in Rovinj, among manny we reccomend following: Native museum, Batana House Eco Museum, Hütterott Mini Museum Trani Gallery, Workshop and Ethno Collection – A Story Told by Old Rovinj Fishermen Batana Center of Visual Art, Adris Gallery,Galleries (ateliers).

Rovinj Legend:
There is a story about Eupfemia, christian girl, that was spreading Christianity during a time of a Roman emperor Diocletian. She was arrested and tortured, and finally died in the age of 15. She was berried in Chalcedon, and a church is built on that place. When the Persian conquered Calcedon, coffin was taken to Constantinople. In the age of 800, the coffin mysteriously disappeared and miraculously come to Rovinj. Young boy carried that coffin with a pair of two heifers, all way up to the hill where was a church of st. George, according to the legend he died there, and his mother called a miracle so due to the legend, boy was returned to life. That church was later on called st. Euphemia. Every year on same date, that sarcophagus is opened to the believers.

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subota, 9. lipnja 2012.

Split for tourist

Your best choice for a holiday– Split – Croatian beauty on the seaside

If you are in situation to choose the best possible place for your summer holiday, there are so many places, opportunities and cities for it, but Split – this is a city that meets most of your possible needs and wishes.

It is on the Dalmatian seaside, inside of Croatia, this is the main urban, transport and cultural center of Dalmatia. It is an administrative center of Split- Dalmatia County. To be more precise and to give you a clear picture of your holiday in this city, let us tell you more about it. 

It is a city with plenty and various types of accommodation – any kind of tourists are in position to find appropriate accommodation, related to their needs and possibilities. Accommodation's range goes from various types of apartments, villas and rooms in private houses. There is possible to find an excellent and complete tourist service: group trip arrangements, excursions, exchange office service, car rental, yacht chartering (bare boat or skippered), fishing trips etc.

There are so many interesting spots for sightseeing in Split, especially regarding the ancient Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian - a monumental heritage under UNESCO’s protection registered in the World Cultural Heritage. There is as well Cathedral of St. Duje (Cathedral is in the oldest building in Europe - Diocletian’s mausoleum) and many others interesting spots worthy of your attention. The prestigious Split Music Festival is held, followed by the Split Summer - theater festival.

For the tourists with interests for museums and art galleries, there are many of them : The Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments, The Split City Museum, The Ethnographical Museum, The Croatian Maritime Museum. There are several galleries: The Gallery of Fine Arts, The Ivan Meštrović Gallery etc.

Split is very good connected by the ferry and other kind of touristic boats to the islands – Brač, Čiovo, Hvar, Šolta and Vis. Split is very interesting for exploring through the eyes of the tourist because of his history - Split is a 1700 year old city and in the same time, it is a modern and urban town that combine his historical and unique beauty with modern architectural lines of the city. From the other hand, in a summer daily activities, Split's beaches are very well known by theirs good and equipped possibilities for your vacation, of which the best known are: Kašjuni, Kaštelet, Bačvice, Žnjan. Baywach teams, sea help teams, all different kind of programs for fun and entertainment possibilities offer you a holiday that will remain in your memories for a long period and it will for sure, cause your wish to come again and to visit other Dalmatian cities, that could host you like Split.

Split is for sure a place for learning a lot about Croatian history, for take a real rest on the beautiful Adriatic sea and beaches, and to feel a modern kind of life in a present Croatia.

It offers you a calm moments deep inside of the old part of the town, pure moments of joy in the any of the beaches and a range of many coffee shops and small restaurants, so we recommend : “Bota Šare” on Bačvice Beach, “Pimpinella”, “Boban”, “Maslina”, “Nevera”, “Atlantida”, “Le Monde” and “Lučica”. So, Split will meet any kind of your needs and you will for sure, remember each day of your holiday in this unique city. Welcome to Split. 

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srijeda, 6. lipnja 2012.

Rijeka tourist information


Rijeka is the principal seaport in Croatia. It is the third largest city after Zagreb and Spli. There are adjacent towns and municipalities of Lovran, Mošćenićka Draga, Matulji, Kastav, Viškovo, Klana, Kostrena, Čavle, Jelenje, Bakar and Kraljevica.

This city is on very good and attractive strategic position and it has excellent deep-water port. Therefore,the city was a target of constant interests, especially between Italy, Hungary, and Croatia. Rijeka is an administrative centre of Primorje-Gorski kotar County in Croatia. The main base of economy is shipbuilding and maritime transport. There are shipyards „ 3.maj “ and „ Viktor Lenac. Rijeka is very interesting city regarding connection with the rest of the country and wider. There is the Port of Rijeka which is the largest port in Croatia.

The first record of a port in Rijeka date back to 1281. In 1719, the Port of Rijeka was granted a charter as a free port. There are good ferry connections with the surrounding islands. But, there is no direct foreign passenger ship connections. From the other hand, Rijeka has efficient road connections to other parts of Croatia and neighbouring countries. Regarding the connection by air; there is Rijeka Airport, and it belongs to Rijeka but, the airport is on the nearby island of Krk. Train traffic connection is on excellent level and Rijeka is fully integrated into the Croatian railway network and important international rail lines.

Main sights: In spite that Rijeka is not a town completely attached to tourism, there are still few very interesting spots. One of them is Tvornica "Torpedo" (the Torpedo factory). There was produced the first European prototypes of a self-propelled torpedo, created by Giovanni Luppis, a retired naval engineer from Rijeka. It is still possible to visit and to see the remains of this factory, including a well-preserved launch ramp used for testing self-propelled torpedoes. On that launch ramp, in 1866 the first torpedo was tested.

Beside that one, there is one completely different : it is the sanctuary of Our Lady of Trsat. It was built at 135 m above the sea level, on the Trsat hill during the late Middle Ages. This Sanctuary represents the Guardian of Travellers and it is mostly dedicated to seamen. They bring offerings to this place, so she will guard and protect them or help them in time of trouble or sickness. It hosts the Gothic sculpture of the Madonna of Slunj and there you can see art works made by Baroque painter, C. Tasce. There is an interesting and old cathedral, it is The St. Vitus Cathedral.It is a Roman Catholic cathedral, dedicated to the patron saint and protector of Rijeka.

Super-apartments can offer at the centre of Rijeka appropriate accommodation at affordable prices, so you can enjoy your holiday in Rijeka in fully. We can offer apartments, studio-apartments, villas or rooms.

Beaches : Rijeka is one of the most specific town in the Adriatc coastline, regarding its beaches. Most of the beaches that are located nearby centre of the town, are rocky or cove beaches. So, for natural pebble beaches you have to go to Ičići, Medveja or Mošćenička Draga-the furthest away but the nicest.From the other hand, the islands have countless beaches for each kind of needs – from perfect spots for windsurfing on Punat till Rab and its Rajska plaža ( „ Paradise Beach „ ). So, in case you can hire a boat, that's the best possible way to find best beaches of all.

Where to eat in Rijeka? Rijeka is one of the biggest cities of Croatia so there are lots of possibilities to find a proper restaurant or café bar – according to your wishes or needs. There are some: Restaurant „ Mali raj“, Restaurant „ Plavi podrum“, Restaurant „ Le Mandrać “, Tavern „ Nebuloza“, etc.

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ponedjeljak, 4. lipnja 2012.

Pula tourist INFO.


Pula is the largest city in Istria County, at the southern tip of Istria peninsula. Like the rest of the large area, it is known for its mild climate, smooth sea, and unspoiled nature.

The city has a long and well-known tradition of winemaking , fishing, shipbuilding, and tourism. It is interesting fact that Pula has also been Istria's administrative center since ancient Roman times.

Pula Airport is situated north-east of Pula, and serves both domestic and international destinations. It is not a major international destination. However, this is likely to change. There are direct flights into Pula airport from London and Dublin during whole year and several from other large airports in Western Europe during summer. Regarding train traffic, there is a train service operates north from Pula through to Slovenia, but the line remains disconnected from the rest of the Croatian Railways network. There are excellent bus lines with a wide range of local, domestic and international locations and operate from the large bus terminal. There are regular ferry lines to nearby islands and to Venice and Trieste in Italy, from June till September.

Main sights: The city is best known for its many ancient Roman buildings, the most famous of which is its 1st century amphitheatre. It is among the six largest surviving Roman arenas in the world. It is locally known as the Arena. This is one of the best preserved amphitheatres from antiquity. Arena is still in use today during summer film festivals.

There are two other notable and well-preserved ancient Roman structures. It is Triumphal Arch, the Arch of the Sergii, and the co-eval temple of Rome and Augustus, built in the 1 century AD. Other specific and excellent sights are: The Twin Gates (Porta Gemina), The Gate of Hercules, which dates from the 1st century. The Byzantine chapel of St. Mary Formosa was built in the 6th century. The Church of St. Francis dates from the end of the 13th century. It was built in late Romanesque style. There is The Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It was built in the 6th century, in time when Pula became the seat of bishop. There is another exquisite sight, it is The Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas with its Ravenna-style polygonal apse. It was built in 6th century and rebuilt partially in the 10 century.

So, it is easy to conclude that Pula has many sights worth seeing. Super-apartments would like to offer in the centre of Pula different kind of apartments, studio-apartments, villas and rooms –all related to your needs. The beauty of nature in Pula's surrounding countryside and crystal blue water of the Adriatic sea, have made the city an internationally popular summer vacation destination.

Brijuni National Park is nearby and this destination is visited by numerous world leaders since it was the summer residence of Josip Broz Tito. Pula is a unique place for your holiday also thanks to its beautiful and well-equipped beaches.So, there are Beach Valkana is in a bay and offers an excellent choice of beaches which are awarded with a Blue Flag. Another beach awarded with the Blue Flag is Histria. There are more beaches: beach Havajsko, beach Ambrela, beach Stoja.

Restaurants with its Istrian unique dishes are well-know in gastronomic world and there are some of them: Restaurant „Biska“, Restaurant „Scaletta“, Restaurant „Vallsabion“, Restaurant „ Vela Nera „ Restaurant „, Villa Vulin“, Tavern „Marino“, Tavern „Taj“.

nedjelja, 3. lipnja 2012.

Poreč - Croatia


Poreč is a town and municipality on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula in Istria County, Croatia. Poreč is almost 2000 years old town and is located around a harbor protected from the sea by the Island of St. Nicholas. This town has 37 km long coastline, stretching from the Mirna River near Novigrad to Funtana and Vrsar in the south. Its most important landmark is the 6 century Euphrasian Basilica. It is a UNESCO World Heritage List since 1997.

Super-apartments recommend road traffic as way to access this town. Poreč is very well connected with the rest of Istria and many other larger cities such as: Zagreb, Rijeka, Ljubljana / Slovenia /. The nearest airport is in Pula and the closest railway station is in Pazin. Regarding the sea traffic, these days it is primary used for tourist excursions.

Main sights: it is interesting that the town plans still shows the ancient Roman castrum structure. Two main streets - Decumanus and Cardo Maximus, still preserved in their original forms. There is a Marafor – a Roman square with two temples attached. One is dedicated to the Roman God Neptune. It is erected in the first century AD.There are a few houses from the Romanesque period and they are preserved and beautiful.

Francisian church „ Dieta Istriana“ , built originally in Gothic style, it was remodeled in the Baroque style during the 18th century. Regarding the beaches it is important to tell that tourist infrastructure is intentionally dispersed along the 37 km long coastline. The south hosts self-contained centres like Plava Laguna ( Blue Lagoon), Zelena Laguna ( Green Lagoon ), Bijela Uvala ( White Cove ) and Brulo. To the north, there are Materada, Červar Porat, Ulika and Lanterna.

In the peak of the season, the area's temporary population can exceed 120,000. Super-apartments offer plenty of accommodation facilities, in the centre of Poreč, at affordable prices. There are possibilities to offer villas, studio-apartments and room – all upon your request. Regarding the possibilities for sport activities, there are many of it. Sports complexes are well-developed and open year-round.

Poreč is not a town for only summer time vacations. It is well-known in the off season and many of visitors from all Croatia, Slovenia, Austria and Italy visit the area. Poreč is well-know by its events during the summer. Vinistra is one of the most important wine events. Not only for this area but wider. There is Dance Star, the final show during the May. Already traditional, it will gather more than 3.000 dancers from all over the world, including the main event – the Great Finals. The host for it is Intersport centre, Zelena Laguna ( Green Lagoon ).

In Poreč you can enjoy in excellent dishes with asparagus and very rare and high-rated truffles. Some of them are Restaurant „Dvi Murve“, Reastaurant „Filipini“, Restaurant „Zlatna ribica“, Restaurant “ Istra“, Restaurant „ Sv. Nikola. You can enjoy in the authentic ambience of the Istrian taverns, such are: Tavern „Istarska Konoba“, Tavern „ Kaštel“, Tavern „Kažeta“, Tavern „ Kompa“. There are many of wine shops where you can taste amazing and indigenous Istrian products. In this wine shops you can find extra virgin oil, made from Poreč's olives, special kinds of honey and excellent and sharp rakija ( brandy ). You can purchase them as souvenirs because they are a unique reminders for this beautiful part of Croatia.Those wine shops are: Wine shop „ Arman“, Wine shop „ Epulon“ and Wine shop „ Pinot“.

petak, 1. lipnja 2012.

Pelješac - Croatia


Pelješac is a Croatian peninsula on Adriatcic coast side. Position of  Pelješac is on southern part of Croatia and in an immediate vicinity of Dubrovnik. There are many of benefits for Pelješac in touristic manner – it is very good connected with rest of the country by good roads and in the same time, there are regular ferry lines with islands Korčula and Hvar.

Pelješac is part of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County and it is a second largest peninsula in Croatia. It begins with an isthmus nearby city of Ston till the top of peninsula – a cape Lovišta. The length of the peninsula is 65 km. Some of its larger towns are : Orebić in the western part,Trpanj in the northwest part, Janjina in the central part and Ston, in the eastern part of peninsula.

From tourist point of view, there are some interesting sights : mountain region of peninsula Pelješac is known as hunting grounds for mouflon. This peninsula is known as well by some excellent wines, e.g Dingač, Postup and you will be very welcome because tourism and all activities related to tourism are main occupation of its inhabitants. There are many location for salt pans, one of the oldest in Europe. Ston is known by his oyster cultivation activity. Long maritime tradition on this peninsula is reason that you can see and enjoy in a charming beauty of numerous villas which are surrounded by amazing and well-designed gardens.

Orebić is small and well-known town on the southern side of the peninsula, vis-à-vis Korčula island. Sourrounding of Orebić is composed by pine forests, plantations of almonds and plantations of citrus fruits. This town has been important maritime center and his name comes from the 16th century, after sailor's family Orebić.

Super-apartments would like to recommend beautiful beaches of Orebić and Trsenica beach is one of the best. Beside the apartments which are in our tourist offer, in Orebić are possible to find many camp-sites. Some of very charming villas are available for your accommodation.

Trpanj is small town and port on the northern coast line of Pelješac. Trpanj is well-known by its sunny beaches and this is a perfect place for the family vacation and holiday. Ston is well-known for its salt pans and oyster cultivation. All coastline nearby Ston, along the ship canal and the embankment of Papratna is convenient and excellent for swimming, fishing and underwater fishing. Specificity of Ston is wall with fortification all around the city. Length of the wall is 980 m and it is composed by classic forms of wall with fortification elements. Regarding accommodation, Super-apartments offer many apartments in each town of Pelješac so in Ston. Good food and good wines you can find in many of restaurants: „ Bella vista, „ Bianco“. Taverns: „ Bakus“, Lukas tavern“.

Location of Mali Ston / Little Ston / is in an inlet and this small town is known for its cultivation of seashells in the canal of Mali Ston. Mali Ston is surrounded by old walls in a shape of square. It is a perfect place for a calm family holiday thanks to beautiful beaches, pine forests around it and wonderful small town atmosphere. There you can find restaurants: „Kapetanova kuća“, „ Mlinica „, „ Villa Koruna „. and there you can enjoy in a specific and excellent wines and dishes.

All other small and picturesque towns at Pelješac : Trpanj, Viganj, Žuljana, Postup. They are known for its calm beauty and they are from the side of Super-apartments strongly recommended for family holiday.