Hotel Miran Pirovac

Address: Zagrebacka B.B., Pirovac, 22 133, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Zagrebacka B.B., Pirovac.
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Travel Blogs from Pirovac

Knin: Memorable for Many Reasons

A travel blog entry by moroots on May 26, 2013

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... but continued the trend of seeing some amazing scenery along the way. Once again, the drive featured rolling hills, distant mountains, small lakes which mirrored the deep greens and stone grays, and small towns with bombed-out buildings (as it was near the border with Bosnia, this area suffered greatly in the Croatian war of independence). Once again, we were practically the only car on the road, so I didn't have to feel too bad about slowing down to admire the ...

Kornati Islands National Park

A travel blog entry by jet-set on May 05, 2012

28 photos

... with blue skies, plus 24 degrees and lots of like minded people! On the southwestern side, the coasts of the Kornati Islands are marked by steep cliffs or "crowns" that make the coastline unique and dramatic. The main island is Kornat which has holm oaks on the northeastern side and some cultivation of olives, figs, grapevines and citruses. There are remains of Illyrian settlements and Roman ruins on ... Dave

A travel blog entry by windisfree on May 24, 2011

3 comments, 3 photos

... just amazing!!! unfortunately not much fish, but i had a few practice shots with my new spear gun! (got it for my 16th b'day)

We left around lunch time and sailed/motored to a bay called.....U Kanica. It was a scary expirence trying to anchor in this bay. The was a slight wind and the boat was sawying around. It was only a skinny bay so we anchored in the middle. The protocol for anchoring in this bay is to have an anchor down at the front. Your spare anchor down ...

Krka National Park

A travel blog entry by dell_abbs on Aug 28, 2008

... bus was due he offered us all a lift in his an for a fraction of the cost of the bus! Bargain. Chet had been robbed on the way up the hill by an old lady that he had taken pity on. He'd stopped at her stall to try some local fig, walnut and cherry brandies... she sold him some for a massively inflated price. He seemed happy though, so what could we do apart from help him drink it! I think Ive grown a few chest hairs since that day! We took the bus to ...


A travel blog entry by tomshearer on Jul 03, 2007

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... sunglasses off a peer into the sea on the way and we passed a fair bit of Torcida graffiti before finding a place which sold cocktails. For those of you who don't know, Torcida (of Hajduk Split) is the oldest football firm in the world; football hooliganism has now been alive in Split for 57 years, (thank you Danny Dyer). After several Long Island Iced Teas, which contain 5 whole shots of alcohol in this part of the world, we decided to stumble home and rest up for the next ...