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  • Discovery by archaeologists from Zadar: a Roman ship from the 1st century surfaced in the sea near Sukošan!

    For more than two thousand years, at a depth of two meters, covered by sand, a Roman wooden ship lay untouched in the sea near Sukošan, reports zadarski.slobodnadalmacija.hr. Although it has long been speculated that the seabed of the ancient harbor at the Barbir site hides a rich site,...
  • UNESCO sites in Croatia and the tentative list

    There are 10 sites in Croatia that are currently protected by UNESCO. Also, the other 15 are placed on the tentative list.  The first three sites, the Historical Complex of Split with the Palace of Diocletian, Dubrovnik and Plitvice Lakes National Park, were inscribed to the list at the 3rd UNESCO session in...
  • Zadar airport welcomed its first millionth passenger in 54 years of business

    Zadar Airport marked an exceptional result. For the first time in its 54-year-long history, the millionth passenger passed through the Zadar airport, reports croatianaviation.com. It happened on the inbound Ryanair flight FR6464 from Brussels, and the lucky passenger was Julie Fisser, a 26-year-old Belgian citizen. On that occasion, the...
  • Epic coastline and history rich roadtrips in Croatia

    Adriatic coastline  is more than 1770km (1100 miles) long, so it is no wonder that Croatia has become one of the most exhilarating destinations in Europe for a road trip, reports lonelyplanet.com. Opatija–Pula; 166km (103 miles) The heart-shaped peninsula of Istria in Croatia’s northwest stashes gastronomic riches that include renowned...
  • The bad side of tourism in Croatia: The old town centers of Dalmatian towns are bursting at the seams

    Since the beginning of this year, more than 12 million tourists have visited Croatia, and there are currently more than one million guests in staying there, reports dnevnik.hr. Tourists, as well as local residents, are looking for peace. The old city centers of Dalmatian cities are bursting at the...
  • Belgian bloggers and influencers discover the beauty of Croatia

    The Croatian Tourist Board, in cooperation with the HTZ Representative Office in Belgium and the system of tourist boards, organized a study trip for popular Belgian bloggers and influencers. The travel program includes the period from August 29 to September 3. The participants will get to know the tourist...
  • Record temperatures on the Croatian coast

    As much as 39.5 °C was measured at the Rab meteorological station, and 39.0 °C at Zadar Puntamika – as never before in the known history of official measurements, which began at these DHMZ meteorological stations in 1961, reports vrijeme-i-promet.hrt.hr. It will be less warm this week, sometimes with...
  • The most famous Dalmatian psychiatric hospital turns to tourism

    The most famous Dalmatian psychiatric hospital, Ugljan, is turning to tourism. Six hectares of abandoned land right next to the sea were recognized by the hospital as additional income. The public tender will start soon, and the entire project still needs to be approved by the county, reports hr.n1info.com. Thus,...
  • Digital Nomad Valley project presented in Zadar

    A project for the first Digital Nomad Valley in Croatia, devised by Mario Mrkša and Vedran Presečan as part of their Work Remotely Croatia (WRC) initiative, was presented in the coastal city of Zadar on Friday. Mrkša is also the executive director of the start-up company grabAhome. The first Digital Nomad Valley...