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New and fun activity in Komarna - Quad ride in the mountains above Komarna.
You can rent ATVs (all terrain vehicle) or quads as it is also called.
To book or inquire call Dalibor Obradovic on +385 98 345 078
You need a driver's license for car, and they will deliver the Quad at your doorstep. However, I think it is better to avoid driving on the main road, and I will suggest that you arrange to have it delivered at the big white cross halfway between Komarna and Opuzen where the road goes up to Slivno Ravno and the Rizman Winery. It is easy to park your car there, and it is the beginning of small and interesting roads to explore.
The rental is 280 Kuna or 38 Euro per day. Helmet and gloves are included for two persons.
Map of the area with starting point at road to Slivno Ravno: https://goo.gl/maps/4EXB7
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Wine tasting of Komarna wine at Rizman Winery. The winery and the restaurant are located on top of the district with views that will take away your breath. The production is built into the rocks and keeps a constant pleasant temperature all year without any artificial climate control. All their offers of wine tasting include a tour of the winery.

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Komarna. The youngest wine district in Croatia is 80 hectares and as of now covered with over 500,000 vines. The wines are 92% original Croatian sorts and mostly the red Plavac Mali and the white Posip. 
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Nu kan man købe  kroatisk vin i Danmark!
Martin Meedom tilbyder et lille fint udvalg af gode vine, og for de hurtige vil det også være muligt at komme med til en vinsmagning allerede mandag den 17.11 - kontakt Martin på salg@MeedomTrade.dk og se hans udvalg her http://www.meedomtrade.dk/

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European Costal Airlines has expanded its routes to Zagreb there by connecting "The world" to their seaplanes between the islands.

A new short stretch of the motorway is now open in Bosnia and Herzegovina from the border at Bijeca.
When you come from the north and are going for Mostar or Sarajevo, it can be an advantage to go on it to the very end three km from Medjugorje. The road from here towards Capljinja is quite poor, but towards Medjugorje and then towards Mostar the road is fine.
Coming from the south the motorway is only useful if you are heading for Medugorje. Then drive to Metkovic turn towards Ljubuski, cross the border at Prud and drive down the motorway from there.

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Two companies are planning to start local flights in Croatia.
Trade Air will fly on behalf of Croatia Airways between Rijeka, Split and Dubrovnik and the cost of tickets is said to be reasonable in the area of 50 GBP.
http://www.traveldailynews.com/news/article/60489/new-croatia-internal-flights-open

Another fascinating adventure will be the seaplanes that will operate out of Split and serve the islands Hvar, Korcula and Lastevo as well as mainland coastal towns of Zadar, Rijeka and Pula and a daily flight to Ancona in Italy.
http://www.ec-air.eu/en/home/

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European Environment Agency has published its report on bathing water in Europe, and again Croatien as a whole come into a nice third place, just overtaken by Cyprus and Malta.

In our area of southern Dalmatia ALL beaches are measured as  "Excellent", except the Neretva River estuary and Mali Zaton who are measured "Good", which is also very fine for bathing.
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Planning to visit Dubrovnik? Then I suggest that you plan your visit so it does not coincide with the major cruise ships. On this page: 
http://www.portdubrovnik.hr/girica1.php
You can get a list - choose the month and press "Prikaz izvjesca". Good days are marked in green, not so good in yellow and stay far away from the days that are red.

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Floods in Croatia are terrible and fortunately not affecting the coastal area at all. All the floods happen behind the watershed and affect the rivers that run towards the Black Sea.
We are all very worried for the poor people who have lost everything - their home, animals and some even their friends.
Like everywhere in Croatia our local community is collecting food, clothes, medicine and off course money, and any contribution will be appreciated. 
Croatian Red Cross collect on account  IBAN: HR 6923400091511555516 in PBZ Bank. Swift address is PBZGHR2X.
Official page: http://tinyurl.com/orjhyfr
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