Villa Ceres

Dubrovacka 2, Klek, 20356, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Dubrovacka 2, Klek, is near War Photo Limited, Franciscan Monastery, Rector's Palace, and Synagogue.
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A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on Aug 10, 2014

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A motor sail down the Neretvanski Kanal to Sreser to meet Hamish and Michelle found us anchoring off Drace as the harbour was full when we arrived- it only fitted one yacht! A very calm night at anchor and in the morning we moved Ellisa to the quay as the other yacht left. Lots of locals all diving off the harbour walls made for an interesting landing as they did not seem to care a 41 foot yacht was about to run ...

I'm on a BOAT!

A travel blog entry by dan-roxy on Jun 07, 2013

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Last stop was Split (Dans favourite). City built around the water, many old historical parts, lots of people and a happening atmosphere. We had one last night with our crew and fellow family on the boat and it was time to say goodbye. The next couple of days we spent checking out the markets and listening to live music in the old square at night. We managed to meet up with our boating friends for a meal and a swim at one of the nicer beaches in ...

Foodies Croatia

A travel blog entry by abi.latham on May 19, 2013

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The weather was very warm, high 20's and we headed off to explore with the first stop being a refuel. Dino had given us his favourite places to eat and we hunted out a Bosnian restaurant to try "excellent cevapis" which are a meaty sausage like a kofta. The restaurant was busy but we got a seat and ordered a special veal, chicken and okra soup, cevapi, and Bosnian antipasto with different cheeses; cow, sheep and one cured ...


A travel blog entry by scatabout on Jul 01, 2012

... cultural heritage site. There are signs of bombing everywhere as 80% of the town was hit and has had to be rebuilt. After the end of the war the catholic churches were the first to be restored and then to keep the peace they built a new mosque for the muslims – only 43 of them left in the town but the government had promised to replace the one which had been destroyed. The houses have ...

The Jewel of the Adriatic

A travel blog entry by kitchenshrink on Oct 10, 2011

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Then on to the breathtaking lakes of Plitvice for a day of hiking

Finally we set off for Primosten where we would board our boat

But not before passing through beautiful and artistic Rovinja.