You can take a trip with little boats and enjoy in the natural beauty of islands Brac, Hvar and Korcula. The atmosphere on this fish-picnics is really dalmatian: fish, wine and authentic music.
Biokovo is the second-highest mountain in Croatia and a „NATURE PARK“. Its highest peak is Sveti Jure (Saint George), at 1762 metres.. When the weather is very clear, from the top of Biokovo it is possible to see Monte Gargano in Italy, which is 252 km away.
Krka, a river in Dalmatia, belongs to the county of Šibenik and Knin. River Krka springs at the foot of mountain Dinara, three and a half kilometres northeast of the town of Knin-
Rafting – If you like excitement adventure rafting on then the Cetina River (25km from Makarska) is the real thing for you. With christal pure clear water and many wild rapids swifts you are sure to have a great time you will for sure have a great time . For those who are new to rafting there are many rafting schools and equipment rent rentals
Medugorje – town is best known due to reported apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary which appeared to six Herzegovinian Croats since 24. June 1981, and is now visited by pilgrims from around the entire world as a shrine.
Split – A town of classical Roman, old Croatian, Romanesque and renaissance architecture, with a Mediterranean atmosphere. It abounds in many cultural and historical monuments and one of the examples of it is the widely known Palace of Deocletian.