Villa San Antonio

Grljevacka 28, Podstrana, 21312, Croatia | Villa
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This villa, located on Grljevacka 28, Podstrana, is near Zidine Fortress, Varos, and Lapidarij.
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Travel Blogs from Podstrana

Split ter!

A travel blog entry by terredeshommes on May 06, 2014

42 photos

... Nous arrivons alors que les premières fusées décollent, et nous soupons tranquillement juste à côté du pas de tir dans le vacarme des explosions en regardant le ciel s'illuminer.

Et puis après, nous nous sommes dits qu'au lieu de rentrer directement nous pouvions faire un petit tour dans la vieille ville. Re-concerts, re-grignotages, et pour finir nous sommes encore passés par le péristyle. Il y avait un guitariste, le musicien de l'hôtel de luxe juste à ...

A farewell to a farewell to arms

A travel blog entry by writemich on Sep 16, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... at some point, but a day like today... we just couldn't resist, the sea was calling. We went to a pebble beach at the foot of mount Marjan - I was pleasantly surprised by how stunning it was. There were many rocks and cliffs where people were sunbathing or jumping into the sea, and we did this for a bit before heading to the actual beach area. The pebbles on the beach were smaller than those in Nice so water shoes weren't ...

Croatia (Prior the Sail)

A travel blog entry by mattymcv on Aug 03, 2013

3 photos

... into town to check out the Old Town and their massive wall that surrounds the city. Jules, Slug & I headed up to the top of the wall for a 2km walk around the city walls to take in some great views and to see some sights from the TV series Game of Thrones because the Old City of Dubrovnik is also Kings Landing. Johno decided not to do the walk because he was tired which also meant he was in a foul mood. The walk was definitely worth it. We ran into Tahnee ...

Millerville's in Splitsville

A travel blog entry by millervilles on Jul 13, 2013

10 photos

... in and around the ancient walls of Diocletian's ancient Palace combined with the very young party vibe of the Riva continued to make me confused about what to feel at this place. Diocletian was Roman ruler who lived from 245-313AD. At the end of his long career of killing slaves, villages and Christians he decided to retire near his hometown of Salona. Split was the perfect spot with a protected harbor and surrounding mountains. Since he built the palace as he was ...

Cpn Krk and the Zatons

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Sep 13, 2012

1 comment, 31 photos

... thunderstorms, accompanied by torrential rain. As a result the desert began to bloom – green shoots appeared, and by the time we left it was looking quite verdant!

Our next destination was the island of Krk. Croatia has a very long, indented coast with hundreds of islands, which are the tops of a long-submerged mountain range. We’re gradually working our way down the coast towards Split and then ...