Holiday Resort Adriatic
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... trip to Orebic for our check-in at the Hotel Adriatic. A totally restored building which was the oldest in Orebic. We were water logged and tired so w checks in went to the bar outside for a glass of wine. We grew so relaxed that we stayed where we were for dinner and an early bed time. The day's travels made us want a hot shower and a good night's ...
... to take in the ritual. We continued west along the island to a very nice quiet cove called Pupnatska Luka. The beach was empty except for one other family, so we stayed for most of the afternoon enjoying the surrounding nature, pebble beach and waves of the Adriatic. Then we drove to the other side of the island stopped for a cappuccino at a cafe in a lovely little town on the coast called Vela Luka. The next day a large cruise ship ...
Island time continued on Mljet, which was the smallest and quietest of the islands we visited. The island consisted of a national park and during our stay we admired its beauty by walking, riding push bikes, kayaking on the lakes and swimming in the lovely waters.
It was a great place to end our holiday within a holiday. ...
... made by the jeweller, whose family had been jewellers in Korcula for 300 years. The earrings were in the traditional Croat style and lovely on Cath. The jeweller was quite a salesman and showed us some antique jewellery, over a hundred years old and exquisite.
The old town of Korcula claims to be the birthplace of Marco Polo, although there is no firm evidence he was born there. His father was ...
... the rest of the morning and early afternoon lounging on the back deck reading and sunbathing. This was the life!. After another massive lunch on board from the cook who always seemed to need a beer to do his best work, we docked up on Mljet Island. This was the first time we met the hoards of wasps that inhabit much of the islands around this time of year, much to our annoyance. After a quick brief about the island and national park we all headed into ...