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Croatia Travel Blog: Travel Croatia with an Australian family.
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Killer travel style. 📷 from @s.__m.
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📷 from @riviera_sv._filipjakov -
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Windsurfing is possible in our #Zadar_Region. Located in Nin, just 15 minutes from the center of Zadar there are places for beginners and pros alike - why not join a windsurf school while you're at it!
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The crowning site of the Croatian and Croatian-Hungarian rulers, Biograd is today a capital Riviera at the doors of the Kornati islands. See more at @discover_biograd #Zadar_Region
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Novigrad is the Croatian Portofino, a place where the sea crept deep into the mainland creating a fjord embraced by stone houses. A town of rich history, including where Hungarian Queen Elizabeth, the wife of Louis I of Anjou, was imprisoned together with her daughter Mary.
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After a tough day sightseeing in Old #Zadar Town, take a dip into the sea....
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Tonight in Pakoštane there is a Klapa Festival. Are you going? 📷 from @riviera_pakostane -
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A group of islands northwest of Zadar consists of Silba, Olib, Premuda, Ist, Škarda, Molat and numerous islets creating a small archipelago. Intact coves and the crystal clear sea are a real paradise for yachtsmen and fishing fans. Silba is the most inhabited and can entertain you with all summer long!
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DOUBLE TAP if you'd like to be exploring caves right now. #Zadar_Region
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