All Inclusive Light Allegro Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Rabac
... to get anchor down before storms arrive once again and winds pick up. Late afternoon it dried up so we took a dinghy ride to the marina - nothing happening and then to Medulin. A rather large campfire, with more Germans that looked like Butlins but ...
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Well what another sensational day we have had. We woke early to get on the road as we had a two and a half hour drive from Trogir to Plitvice National Park. We have heard so much about the lakes and waterfalls that it was a must on our to do list in Croatia - and we were not disappointed. What a fantastic place. We arrived in the parking lot at 9.40 and ...
... 6 miles and dropped anchor in Prklog which was a lovely long inlet totally protected with just one other boat. It felt like we could have been in a Swiss forest some where as there were so many tall pine trees. Needless to say storms arrived after midnight and we find ourselves playing scrabble at 4am in the morning ...
A fab sail up the 17 miles with the wind just dieing as we pulled into Punat to have a look around before going of to Krk main town for the evening. A great safe bay with monastry and marina , worth noting for return trip! On arrival in Krk we drop anchor outside to test if safe but end up picking it up and heading onto town quay as think we may go out and have few beers whilst inspecting the old town. Another lovely old town and good ...
Another day of great riding, lots of fast bends, good road surfaces, marvellous scenery, interesting villages, good coffee and lots of traffic to use as mobile bollards. First a short ferry ride back to the mainland where a strong bora sidewind added some spice to the riding. Parts of the coastline were similar to riding Lake Como with classical style hotels, upmarket restaurants and marinas, while other parts were untamed ...