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Vela Luka

Vela Luka

Tourist board of Vela Luka

In the western part of the island is the town of Vela Luka, situated in a deep and large bay, surrounded with many coves, whose shores are covered with vineyards, olive trees, figs and pine trees gently down towards the sea.

With its 4500 inhabitants Vela Luka is the second largest town on the Adriatic islands, a safe anchorage and harbor for boaters.

The wide panoramic views, mild Mediterranean climate, clear sea, interesting and rich cultural heritage, various sports, recreational and entertainment facilities and warm-hearted and hospitable people make Vela Luka an attractive tourist destination.

Villa Andrea

Villa Andrea

The beginnings of the Hotel Villa Andrea – this story is about a piece of paradise on the coast of the Adriatic Sea where you can hear the noise of waves and the twitter of birds. The view stretching over the open sea catches the islands of Brac and Hvar in the distance and is filled with heavenly pleasures.

This is why the owner of the hotel, Mr. David Cain, wishes to share that piece of paradise with his guests by providing them with a top facility where they will get high quality service and where, most of all, they will feel just like at home.

On that journey he has gathered the most skilful managers – a married couple, the Marijancevics who put together a team of true enthusiasts and turned their excitement for working in hospitality into the finest service thereby creating a hotel, which is unique and warm and unlike any other.

Villa Katarina

Villa Katarina

The KORTA KATARINA (KK) winery and Villa Katarina are a wine lovers dream. Located in the small coastal town of Orebic, KK is the first local venue of its kind in Southern Croatia. The KK winery, wine bar, Villa Katarina (Grand Opening May 2018) and vineyards are perched on the edge of the crystal-clear Adriatic Sea and provide breathtaking views of Croatia's Dalmatian Coast. Considered one of the most stunning coastlines in the world, the Dalmatian Coasts Dingac and Postup regions of the Peljesac Peninsula and the region of Cara, on the Island of Korcula, produce KORTA KATARINA's award winning wines.

Villa Stolovi

Villa Stolovi

”Vila Stolovi” is luxuriously furnished in an elegant antique style, its interior is hand made of centennial oak wood, fully equipped for up to 14 people. It have 5 bedrooms with bathrooms.

The entire house is air-conditioned (heating- cooling). A possibility of adding an extra bed in rooms 1 and 2, and a of children bed upon request. All the rooms have a seaview.

Vir

Vir

Tourist board of Vir

There are more than seven thousand resort-houses on Vir today. If meausered by the number of its guests in the summer months, Vir became a tourist place of many contrasts, so that some people call it thance "The island of Contrasts". Nature at its purity can be seen on Vir, from pasture glades to magnificent pine-woods and other Mediterranean vegetation, cultivated vineyards, fields and gardens, the intact meadowlands, valleys down to the karstic hills slightly above one hundred meters, arranged in a chain from the south-west to the north-west of the island, from sandy to rocky beaches, from leveled to steep shores, from old Mediterranean houses to modern luxurious villas, from stony paths and macadam to asphalt roads, from serene ancient places to lively streets bursting with night-life, from crowded beaches to secluded bays.

Vodice

Vodice

Tourist board of Vodice

The town of Vodice is a tourist centre famous for its lively and various tourist offer and pleasant people.

It is a coastal town located in a wide bay, 11 km northwest from the town of Šibenik, the centre of Šibenik-knin County.

The town of Vodice numbers 10,000 inhabitants, and is considered an ideal place for vacation where everyone can find something that they will enjoy.

Volarevic Winery

Volarevic Winery

Volarević winery, with all the family members involved in the production business, is located in Prud, near Metković, on the border with Bosnia and Herzegowina. Norin river contributes to the idyllic image of this landscape because of its windy flow, which creates a beautiful nature picture, and also provides drinkable water for the whole Neretva valley, Pelješac peninsula and the islands of Korčula, Lastovo and Mljet.

The Volarević family originally planned on growing olives, but, luckily for all lovers of fine wine, they have decided to plant vineyards in an area where no one had previously planted grapes in 2005. The Volarević vineyards are located in Komarna, in the Dubrovnik-Neretva county

Vrboska

Vrboska

Tourist board of Vrboska

Along a narrow and curving fjord , unusual only as wonders are on Hvar island, there lies Vrboska – the smallest town on the island.
But even if it is the smallest, Vrboska is the treasure of the island. Founded in the 15th century, it is often reffered to as "Little Venice" due to numerous small bridges.

From the entrance, which is its widest part, surrounded with thick pine forest, it narrows curving into a canal along both sides of which are situated picturesque architectural objects of Gothic, Neo- Renaissance and Baroque style.
The narrow, curving, streets, the pine forest, the stone buildings and a small islet in the middle of the cove, bathed in sunshine and hidden in the depths of the bay. An image resembling those from old postcards…

This little place will bring life back to a tiresome body, and necessary peace to one's spirit. Everyone can verify this by coming here.

 


The Vrboska area was inhabited even in ancient times, to which ruins of Roman building testify. It grew from a fishermen's village and harbour to a place called Vrbanj (hence its own name Vrboska) in 15th century into a small town which outshines even the bigger and better known places on the island by its beauty.

Vrboska is comprised of two parts. Pjaca (eastern part) and Podva (western part).
Typical Mediterranean local architecture of small houses on both sides of the canal connected to old town houses from the periods of Renaissance, Gothic and Baroque, as well as old churches on one side of the canal and rich villas on the other side gives the place special charm and warmth.

A rich fishermen's tradition in Vrboska can easily be seen in the local gastronomic offer. Healthy food from surrounding fields and freshly caught fish with home-made olive oil and aromatic herbs represents a unique gourmet experience.

Add a glass of one of Hvar's well known wines and the experience is complete.

Vrsi

Vrsi

Tourist board of Vrsi

Vrsi is located on the homonymous peninsula in the far northwestern part of northern Dalmatia, around 20 km away from Zadar and about 5 km from the oldest Croatian royal town of Nin.

The town got its name from its position at the top, and that is the name of Vrsi, which is the plural of the top, instead of the peaks.

Today's village Vrsi has an area slightly larger than 2,467 acres and about 1,700 permanent residents populous Roman Catholic faith.

Vrsi is a beautiful coastline, about 30 km, rich natural beaches and bays suitable for swimming or simply for the peaceful vacation far away from urban centers.

There are also two small islands Mišjak and rabbits.

The small island Zečevo is especially interesting because at low tide turns in the peninsula, and the tide make it the island .. On this island there is a church of Our Lady of Zečevo where believers make a pilgrimage each year on 5 May and 5 August.

Carried out are grown on the basis of four old Croatian settlements, and today from Vrsi grow 2 new settlements, Mulo and Zukve.