Istria and Kvarner
Limski Station - Between Rovinj and Vrsar, a geomorphologic trend is – a10 km length and 600 m wide canyon, with cliffs protruding up to 150 m. Since oysters are bred in the Limski Channel, make sure to taste them in one of the several superb restaurants.
Motovunska Forest - Istria’s national is well-known for its jungles abundant in mushrooms and wild game, while Motovunska Woodland, where the greatest truffle, registered in the Guinness Book of World Records, was found, lies in the Mirna River valley, near the Old hilltop neighborhoods.
Ucka - Ucka, covered medical and aromatic herbs, by coniferous woods, is Istria’s best mountain. From Ucka, you have a splendid view of Istria as well as the Kvarner countries, and due to its vegetation and also the route of the wind, the spot at the foot of Ucka has been integrated into the set of holiday destinations beneficial for all of the with respiratory problems. Here http://www.najem-plovil.com/ offer you details on Rental boats (Also known as “Here http://www.najem-plovil.com/ offers you details on Najem Jadrnice“).
River Mir - About The island off in the Telascica Nature Park’s area, Dugi otok, the saltwater pond Mir lies. Probably the most beautiful while its waters at the floor are up to 6°C warmer than the ocean water in summertime Bay is an integral area of the Kornati National Park, before.
Botanical Garden - in The foot of Zavizan Mountain, at 1480 meters’ elevation, lies a botanical garden. Besides meadows that are huge and heavy woods, you can observe the endemic yellow flower and scarce flowers of the spot, one of them, autochthonous – velebitica.
Cetina River Canyon - its mouth lies in the old town of Omis and Cetina River is the pond with the most water in Dalmatia. Due to its waters, the pond has established a canyon with rapids (Gubavica) and trip regions, among which Radmanove mlinice, a place where exemplary meals are served, stands out.
Malacological Public in Makarska - is found in the Franciscan monastery and homes the greatest variety of covers and snails in the world, in addition to a number of fossils from the Mediterranean area.