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Travel Blogs from Jelsa
... is a natural harbour filled with beautiful sailboats and yachts. We found a wonderful patisserie that we visited 3 times - once for croissants for breakfast, once for gelato mid-morning, and then again for a pastry mid-afternoon. In between, we walked along the shoreline and went swimming in the warm clear salty water of the Adriatic. We went to a well recommended place tonight, and I picked from the "catch of the day", Dentex. Best fish I have ever had! ...
... beautiful coast to be explored. Somewhere along the way we went inland for a bit. The inland scenery was also so intriguing. We would recommend hiring a car and driving from Dubrovnik to Split to anyone. We finally made it to Split, found our campsite and checked in. Our campsite has its own beach so we went down there with our snorkels. Some dark ominous clouds were wading over so we didn't lie on the beach for long before we hopped into the water. The water was baron. Nothing to ...
... back streets crowded with restaurants and good quality art shops.
We drove up the Cetina valley, with views of the torrent below, along twisty little roads through villages unchanged over the centuries. At the top of the valley the road we were going to take was closed for road works, with no advanced warning anywhere. We waited 20 minutes or so while a hole was refilled and the machinery moved so we could ...
... geared for the tourists. It was some of the best food that I have ever tasted. What's even better is that all of the food served was fresh from the sea and/or grown on the island. Amazing! We sat and taked with our guide, Damir from Opcija Tours. www.opcijatours.hr. We then got on the boat and returned to our hotel. Our trip has been amazing but today, was beyond that. I pray that all of my friends and family get to experience this in their ...
... visage (some have likened it to a woman’s face),
a rich variety of cultural and historic monuments,
the longest tradition of organized tourism in Croatia,
witty and charming hosts and their immeasurable love for their town, and a
magical power to charm and
enslave anyone who ever steps on its soil.
How can it be explained?
Hvar is something really special, an experience you mustn’t miss!