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Travel Blogs from Selce
... down we can just see the edge of the Arena just ahead. This Arena was built by the Romans in the early 1st Century. As we walk around the Arena we wonder how on earth those that built this structure ever lifted the massive stone blocks into place. Some of them are huge and quite a few metres off the ground. It would be another amazing engineering feat. As we wander back to the car we stumble upon an ancient amphitheatre that is still currently being excavated. Here ...
... feet below clearly. We wallow for a while and then sun ourselves for a while and then back into the water. What away to spend the afternoon. Pure Bliss. In and out of the water 3-4 times then ice cream time. Check out all the stands to see if there is any different flavours. Choose the flavour and find some shade to eat before heading into the water again. Time flies when your having fun. 6.30 and its time for a shower before dinner. ...
Well 193 miles actually for today’s drive to Zadar, journey time roughly 4 hours, one of the longer legs of our European road trip. So it was time to say goodbye to Tatty Cat but we didn’t bother because he’s DEAF! So after narrowly avoiding the tatty ball of fluff in the middle of the driveway, we were on our way.
Remember we don’t have satnav in Croatia, but we felt confident we could ...
... treeless. The reason is the salty strong winds along the northeast coast called Bora. On the west side it is quite the opposite. Lush green land with a lot of Oleaders, Lavender and Thyme. There are many nice small and old cities and a coast full of beautiful bays where you can swim.
Like I said, we started at Baska on the other end of the island. It is a small cute city with a 1,8 km long beach. My it was busy. ...
The journey from Pula was a lot more picturesque than Rijeka upon arrival as it is much more an industrial and port town than a tourist destination. Not much of an issue as it was merely a gateway to Pag Island for Hideout Festival. Unfortunately we had to wait until the morning of the boat to buy our ticket and none of us wanted the early rise to secure ourselves a ticket for the boat. We checked in at the hostel but disappointingly the ...
Other places to stay in Selce
Emila Antica 78, Selce | 4 star hotelfrom $148
Setaliste Ivana Jelicia 14, Selce | 4 star hotelfrom $82
Emila Antica 24 , Selce | Hotelfrom $29
Mihovila Jelicica 14, Selce | 2 star hotelfrom $76
Ivana Jelicica 37, Selce | 1 star hotelfrom $62