Holiday Village Sagitta

Address: Turisticko Naselje Ruskamen, Lokva, 21317, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Turisticko Naselje Ruskamen, Lokva, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Lokva

Travel to Croatia (Plitvice lakes)

A travel blog entry by katie.thorpe on Sep 27, 2014


... Now for our next mission driving a left hand drive manual on the opposite side of the road! A bit scary at first but got the hang of it in the end. We arrived at Plitvice lakes round 4:45pm it looks like a beautiful area, lots of greenery & bush on our way here, so looking forward to a walk in the national park in the morning. The start point for the walk is very close to our hotel, we can even hear some waterfalls through our bedroom ...

Unplanned Car Adventures and Plitvice

A travel blog entry by jacquelinerose on Jul 11, 2014

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... We finally chose a door to knock on, and thankfully came across a British lady and her daughter who were spending four days in the park and were able to point us in the right direction. We finally reached our destination, two hours later than expected; the man who owns the hostel was still waiting for us, thankfully, and was in the driveway greeting us before we finished getting out of the car! Needless to say, we were incredibly relieved to ...

On the Road Again...

A travel blog entry by fulkss on Jun 19, 2014

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... are shortbread cookies with a chocolate star insert. This was the only border we have had to stop for on the trip. While Croatia is a member of the EU, they never signed the treaty that opened up their borders for EU citizens and others to pass freely. So we had to have passports stamped out of Hungary and then stamped into Croatia. After crossing the border we stopped for a quick money exchange and then lunch at a restaurant out in the country. It was a pleasant ...

Plitvice lakes

A travel blog entry by emlikestotravel on May 07, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... the side of the lake that was flooded and we weren't really supposed to. But other people were too. We had to wade through six inches of water across some of the paths, and at other times climb up onto paths on the banks. I warned John to keep an eye out for snakes. On our return down to the path on one of these occasions, I must have walked with Amos right across the snakes, and John, following me with Milo spotted ...


A travel blog entry by diff54 on Sep 19, 2013

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... menu here. The glass museum was one of the best museums we have seen in Croatia by its layout, curation, descriptions and photographs, and the display of glass blowing. It has a clear history of glass from it first being accidentally created in 1500BC. Zadars major Roman history from 100BC to 300AD was a period of huge glass production and usage, even in everyday household itms such as plates. Also their use of cremation and belief in an afterlife which needed ...