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The Mediterranean as it used to be... ...before the developers came in and wrecked everything.You
cities instead of a wall of condos, local markets instead of
souvenir shops, fresh locally caught fish instead of fast food.
A Long Splendid Coast A solid 1778km (1102mi) of Adriatic coast winds around
innumerable bays, inlets and coves. Add in about 1200 islands and you're talking a whopping 6000km (3720mi) of seafront. If you
can't find the beach of your dreams
here, it probably doesn't exist.
Good value for money While costs have risen considerably
over the last five years, Croatia still compares favorably with
other EU countries on the Mediterranean, especially for meals and private accommodation.
Clean air, clean water and plenty of meadows, forested mountains,
lakes and rivers to explore are the legacy of a relatively under-industrialised
Easygoing people "Nema problema" or "no problem" is
the prevailing spirit which is part of the reason naturism took off here. Behave yourself and no one will pester you with nit-picking
An exciting blend of cultures The coast was long part of Italy while the interior was
part of the Austro-Hungarian empire. It's convoluted history has produced a taste for both pizza and pastries, classy architecture
and Latin exuberance. And when was the last time you saw people dancing with swords?
It's safe Street crime is rare, assaults on foreigners nearly non-existent
and the country untangled itself from Balkan warring in 1995.
Croatia Travel News from Jeanne's Blog
Truth in Trains05/17/2013
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