1. Apartment North Dalmatia, Croatia
We rent apartments and studio-apartments in Pakostane, in a touristic place,situated between the sea and the biggest lake in Croatia the Vrana lake. Each of our apartments and studio-apartments includes a kitchen, wc and bathroom, big teracce. You have also the choice for grill and using washing-machine, and also the parking in the yard of the house.
2. Dubrovnik and Islands
The city of Dubrovnik is situated in the very south of the Republic of Croatia. The city of Dubrovnik is surrounded by a group of islands known as the Elaphite archipelago (Sipan, Lopud, Kolocep, Tajan, Olipa, Jakljan and Daksa)
3. Accommodation,excursions,transfers,hotels in Dubrovnik area
Dubrovnik accommodation, apartments,rooms,houses, hotels,excursions,transfers,rent a car, Dubrovnik walking tours, accommodation in Dubrovnik area, tourist offer on the Dubrovnik Riviera
4. croatia travel expert
Croatia? Are you planning to go there? If yes, you should have a look at our page, we are expats spending huge part of our time travelling around in Croatia, on our page you can find our travel stories, and lots of useful tips for tourist travelling to Croatia. Read about our Visits, to Istria, Dubrovnik, Vis, Brac, Hvar, Korcula, Krka, Plitvicka jezera, and many other places.
5. Visit Sunny Island Hvar Croatia
Visit and discover beautiful sunny island Hvar in Croatia find accommodation in apartments, rooms or villa and explore beautiful beaches, attractions, wonderful places and sites
6. Holiday Apartments Suzy, Pjescana Uvala Pula Istra Croatia
Holiday apartments Suzy, Pjescana Uvala Pula Istra Croatia, located 50 m from the beach, with swiming pool.
7. Apartments in Makarska
Great quality private accommodation and Hotels for best prices in Makarska and Makarska Riviera.
8. Makarska Apartments and Informations,Croatia
Makarska (Croatia) apartments accommodation offer and informations about summer fun activities , night life, restaurants, “what to do”, excursions and sightseeing,news…
9. Andrew Charlton
Helping Somalian refugees and studying at Oxford pays off for this economist.