Hotel Pastura

Postira, HR-21410 , Croatia | 4 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Postira

    Second trip out of Postira

    A travel blog entry by cdennison on Oct 02, 2013

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... 58km. Sounds soooooo impressive but the first 20 or so km were downhill ;) we enjoyed great scenery coasting through the villages of Nerezisca and Lozisca, but didn't really stop much to take pictures, Then down to the port of Milna for lunch. After lunch we continued on to the town of Sutivan then along the coast back to our hotel in Postira.

    Rode in the party ...

    Day 6: The Saga Continues

    A travel blog entry by fwd_deployed on Oct 07, 2012

    9 photos

    ... trio that is formed. One of my favorite things to do became walking down a busy street or sitting at a cafe and saying something to them in english and then listen to the mixture of english and serbish responses that came back...followed by the perplexed head-turns of the people around us trying to make sense of the unlikely scenario they were witnessing. I have to say, it was incredible how well and how naturally I was able to befriend two Serbians like ...

    Sun, sea and Split

    A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Nov 10, 2011

    5 photos

    ... a good long sleep to recover from long journeys and poor diet on the road.

    The following morning, we rose late, rejuvenated from a good sleep and ready to explore. Once one of the most important trading and fishing ports in the Adriatic, Split has become an increasingly tourism-based economy in the last decade or two, owing to to its peculiar architectural arrangement: the Old Town is built into the ruins of the magnificent 3rd Century AD Roman palace of Diocletian. Doric ...


    A travel blog entry by wuddleywez on Jun 02, 2011

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... up into a bigger chamber (about 5m x 5m). It was still fully closed in, but there was an opening under the water which made it THE MOST INTENSE BLUE colour. The water was completely clear and really deep (16m). It looked incredible, one of the coolest things I've ever seen. It looked like the water had been dyed. Was not what we were expecting after the Green Cave but so awesome. We went back through the hole (by now we knew we had to duck) and a quick trip back to the ...

    I'm on a Boat! Seriously though.

    A travel blog entry by laeurope on Jul 24, 2010

    10 photos

    ... lunch, read, swim, have another nap, and then we’d dock in a port around 4:00pm.

    I think Noel and I had an afternoon of coffee, conversation and bread with balsamic and olive oil (pretty much my favourite meal). Then we watched the sunset with Kaite (Noel’s childhood friend from Australia, and her boyfriend. It was a really nice sunset. I <3 Sunsets.

    Oh yea, and I think after that pretty much the whole boat went out together. We went to ...