Nautic Apartments

Address: Rajski kut, Vis, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rajski kut, Vis.
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    Travel Blogs from Vis

    Saved by the lake

    A travel blog entry by laurammitchell on Aug 03, 2015

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... turned really sunny and hot. It is a big manmade lake and we had to walk about a mile to get round to the beach. Chilled on the beach. Played cards on deckchairs because Lucy was too uncomfortable on the pebbles:( Emma seemed to cope with the pebbles, sleeping for hours. Almost lost all the cards at one point as a very massive beetle bug landed on Katie and instead of brushing it off she screamed showering Lucy and I with cards and we almost fell off our ...

    Kumrovec and the Croatian Countryside

    A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 20, 2015

    ... 12th-14th centuries, that evolved into castles. Those castles that survive look more like manor homes or palaces. Today, the people in the area raise poultry, corn and other crops to feed themselves and other areas. We arrive in Kumrovec and after a WC break, we meet at Tito's statue next to the house in which he was born and raised. Yvonna talked about his life and the influence he had on the country when it was Yugoslavia. Supposedly he was born on May 7, ...

    Little more Zagreb and lost in the hills

    A travel blog entry by superflee on Jun 19, 2015

    12 photos

    ... called Veliki Tabor. Built in the 12th century then added onto in the 15th it's hard to miss once you find the right road leading to it ( we got turned around again and ended up at a Slovenia border crossing station) .... Although it said it open it was all locked up. It felt really weird knocking on the giant door of a castle ! Drove around a bit more into the town of Krapina and eventually navigated our way back to crazy traffic Zagreb for our last night ...

    Day 44 - Zagreb, Croatia

    A travel blog entry by jt_martin_ez on Nov 05, 2014

    15 photos

    ... I could tell I was racing Mother Nature as I pushed ahead of the Fall headwind. Quite possibly the nicest day of the trip yet, it nearly got to 70 degrees. It won't last long though as the leaves continuously fall all around me. Zagreb, population around 700,000, is not as impressive a city as what I'm used too (spoiled much?). I found a room near the train and bus stations because I plan on jetting out of here by tomorrow already. This 'lower' part of town is filled with what ...

    Mostar - Zagreb

    A travel blog entry by antsmac on Sep 15, 2014

    9 photos

    ... back to the office, throwing hands in the air, smallish argument - papers returned and we were then ushered over the border Lucky break number 2!!! Could have been a hefty fine if we had been travelling without one - pretty much let us go since we had only just passed through (or so they though..) 3. Border crossing done, we pull up at a derelict town pub, only cops insight - very odd. Us... Torches on map, tommy out and us a trying to figure out where ...