Bluesun Hotel Alan
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... contains both a modern and cultural entertainment, you'll find the perfect blend of it on this island. Novalja, on the north coast of the island, is known for its wild nightlife which goes well into the morning and the whole day, while the town of Pag celebrates the local festivals which evolved during centuries of its cultural history.
The climate on the island is Mediterranean, ...
... of time to see Zadar. So I chose not to go, opting for a leisurely day instead as I'm only here for 2 nights.
I've been in Croatia for a few days and I've already had a number of people approach me to ask me questions about local rules and customs (EG: a French couple asked me about the parking signs and an Italian man asked me where the nearest ATM was). However, they are not asking in English, they are asking in what I can ...
... myself as much time as possible and honestly, even arriving at around 9am and having to leave at 5pm, I could have stayed longer. Breathtaking views, truly breathtaking. Until now I've never genuinely had my jaw drop through pure amazement. The lakes are of the clearest water I've ever seen, beautiful greens and blues, with crashing waterfalls giving them each a unique musical backdrop. It's honestly magical. Absolutely knackered (as per), I returned to my hostel with a view ...
15 October We arrived back at Platanza camping ground to find it almost empty, reception staff had gone, only the elderly owner around. He remembered the bus and directed us back to where we had parked 3 weeks earlier. Some things never change though as his grandsons arrived home from school and started riding their scooters up and down the driveways around our pitch. They sounded like demented sewing machines. The children ...
Monday 9th September
Having decided that if we wanted to visit Croatia in September, we had better move, we duly packed up and went. As we drove out to the valley towards Briancon and the Italian border, we saw fresh snow on the mountains that must have fallen the previous night and an eagle circling the peaks.
The little bus on the satnav did handstands and back flips as it negotiated the bends on the pass, but the ...