Villa Stegic

Address: Put Jazine 32, Tisno, Sibenik-Knin County, Dalmatia, 22240, Croatia | Villa
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This villa is located on Put Jazine 32, Tisno.
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Travel Blogs from Tisno

Gilligan's island and SSMinnow resurrection

A travel blog entry by ssminnow on Sep 08, 2014

4 comments, 11 photos

... the cathedral, crypt and temple. In the area of the old palace walls there were shops, shops and more shops. Had a wander around, again some cute little alleyways to venture into. Sat on the promenade area at the port and had a drink while waiting for the ferry which took us back to Trogir. We went back to the same restaurant for dinner as the night before as the food was great and the service from Ivana the waitress was fun.

Sunday - what an ...

Soundwave and the Croatian Coast

A travel blog entry by bernie-s on Jul 25, 2012


So, I know we said we were off to the country side to compose ourselves after the birthday bonanza, but we had a serious change of plan...

We skipped off early in the morning to the bus station, bright-eyed and ready to leave Zagreb. We didn't want to be stuck for another day like we had been in Budapest. We jumped on a train to Pula, which is on the coast in the North, where our hopefully idyllic national park and Croatian coast awaited us. After exploring ...

Along the wonderful Adriatic waters

A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Jun 12, 2012

10 photos

... over 80mph. I simply stick to 80mph as I don't want to hammer this little motor too hard. Today the bike seems to want to fly and the simple reason for that is that there is a wonderful strong wind blowing up from the South which is helping her along.

122 miles after leaving Dubrovnik I decide its time for a fill up and a drink. At least I know here on the m/way I can fill up my tank myself or someone at least does it for you but doing it in towns etc one is ...

When the Old is New Again

A travel blog entry by kitchenshrink on Oct 13, 2011

3 comments, 48 photos

... we found shelter it was worth every bite. AND you won't find a place in the world that boasts more beautiful scenery.

Pastries and desserts were OK as were the crepes the Croatian's call pancakes. But like so many things they looked a lot better than they tasted and we found them rather doughy - we did develop an affection for some of the cherry desserts and the rest of the crew went for ...

Zadar? Excuse me?

A travel blog entry by paddyshapnersak on Nov 01, 2008

5 photos

Fine wine. Seafood. Elegant locals. Less binge drinking. Civilised company (as opposed to dodging fights in Irish high st on a Friday night..... These were amongst my key motives for 'getting away from it all' and moving (temporarilly) to Zadar, an ancient port and 'must have Des Res' for any major Mediterranean power. Standing on the city walls, friday night, freezing, Petrol station's cheapest wine in hand, surrounded by shaven headed ...