Kamp Turist Grabovac

Address: Grabovac 102, Grabovac, 47245, Croatia | Campground
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This campground is located on Grabovac 102, Grabovac.
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Travel Blogs from Grabovac

Through Austria, Slovenia to Croatia

A travel blog entry by erwin_monique on Jun 22, 2014

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We were up at 7.30 am, had breakfast and were on our way again by 9 am.
We had parked our car next to a beautifully shining Porsche... in the morning the shine was gone. The rooftop was of some kind of fabric so a kitty with very dirty paws thought that was a comfortable place to spend the night... there were pawprints all over the once so …


A travel blog entry by gmamarilu on Oct 16, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

... away) I'm sitting here at the dining room table, looking out at the Adriatic, doing some last minute planning for Paris. I'm hoping to check a stop in Monte Carlo off my bucket list, but no one else wants to go with me. The younger students never even heard of it! Excursions are to have a minimum of three students and I can only interest Tori, my fellow art lover. Wish me luck in convincing the Professor to bend the ...

A proposal

A travel blog entry by aeriol on Aug 14, 2013

... was not wheelchair accessible and you had to be fit to do this hike as it literally is hours on uneven, rocks/steps/logs. There were so many people with mentally disabled children, lugging up these heavy wheelchairs while these poor kids are being thrown around!!! Then there are the parents dragging strollers up steep stone steps. Who brings a 4 year old on a 6 hour hike?!

The crowds were thick and we pushed through the walkways of where we had wandered the day before to get ...

Motoring to Motovun (We're on the road to Nowhere)

A travel blog entry by millervilles on Jul 11, 2013

15 photos

... a photogenic yellow bench at the west end of the town. My food coma was subsiding and I helped it along with an expresso. I would need it for the 3-4 hour drive to Plitvice. Tanya read about the recent conflict (1991-1995) for Croatian independence as I tried my best to avoid huge trucks that flew down the small one lane roads. Despite some slightly broken english directions from our sobe (small apartment) keeper, Ivica, we found the place on our first try. We drove down ...

Jewels of the Adriatic - Croatia Rovinj - Plitvika

A travel blog entry by brownsltd on Jun 20, 2013

1 comment, 18 photos

... after such a rich lunch! We enjoyed walking the cobbled streets, appreciating any shade we could find for it was unbearably hot. Walking along the city walls we drank in the stunning panorama over the fertile countryside below.

Back down the hill and back into our little bus it wasn’t long before we reached the most gorgeous town of Rovinj. Poised on the Istria coast this is simply a stunning old town and I couldn’t wait to ...