Address: Kralja Tomislava 134 , Crikvenica, 51260, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Kralja Tomislava 134 , Crikvenica, is near Brod (Nacionnalni Park Brijuni) and Tito's Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Crikvenica

Moto Tour Day 4 Croatia: Short day trip

A travel blog entry by js_cameron on Sep 11, 2015

2 comments, 10 photos

... corners was very exciting. I stopped at the top of the pass, from where I could see the north Adriatic sea and the city of Rijeka and took some photos.

I rode down near the sea coast and then headed back north to Slovenia and Ljubljana.

Next Destination: Pfaffenhofen, Tyrol, Austria, reached by driving through South Tirol Italy and the Dolomites mountains


Goodbye Croatia

A travel blog entry by rosandpete on Sep 04, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

... br> Ray has cousins in Opatija, so both he and Jo have been and intend to do more family outings!
Pete and I have used this opportunity to continue relaxing, though having said that we have done our fair share of walking, as our hotels are a good 1/2hrs walk apart up hill and down dale and along the promenade.

Yesterday we thought we'd have an icecream ...

Island Hopping

A travel blog entry by rosandpete on Sep 01, 2015

25 photos

... at all, the islands look like sand dunes but are denuded rocks.

We were driving along route 8 into the town of Rab and had to turn onto route 5149 ( we thought this was a huge joke as have never heard of a route number this long)!!

After checking into our hotel which was of the old school era but beautifully maintained, we walked through a lovely park into the town area. Along the ...

Not so Un-known

A travel blog entry by houseoftemple on Aug 08, 2015

3 photos

Maybe Croatia was undiscovered 10 years ago but today its busy and there is little available in peak season. After replenishing our stocks with our clean Beast we drove across country and it was hot and dry. I filled a bowl and put my feet in it for the trip duration to stop them from swelling. There were quite a few delays on ...

Motovun trip

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 23, 2015

... take pictures and listen to Ivanna talk about the city when it was a river port for Venice. At that time the river ran much deeper than today. Motovun would export timber for shipbuilding and salt. They maintained the forests by when they cut down a tree, they planted a tree. Then the region was turned over to the Austrians in 1814. They had started to change the course of the river and destroyed most of the forests. No one knows what their intentions were, since ...

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