The oldest single arch stone bridge in Mostar, the Kriva Cuprija (Sloping Bridge), built in 1558 by the Ottoman architect Cejvan Kethoda was to be a tested before the major construction of the Stari Most began.
Take the opportunity to return to the past, get the feeling of the old way of living in a traditional Dalmatian village, and see the old stone block houses typical for ancient Dalmatian architecture.
The Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia’s most popular tourist attraction, was granted UNESCO World Heritage status in 1979. Located roughly halfway between capital city Zagreb and Zadar on the coast, the lakes are definitly a must-see.
Since 1980 Diving Centers are operating in Dalmatia on sunny Adriatic coast. Here we offer full range of diving activities diving courses, different dives, eco-dives, trimix dives, rent of equipment and special excursions.
Upon the arrival in Šibenik and a short walk through the old part of the town, we will reach one of the most beautiful cathedrals in Croatia – St. Jacob’s Cathedral, built back in 1434, is an important architectural Renaissance building in Croatia, that is listed by UNESCO World Heritage.
It is our pleasure to be able to offer you the spectacular rafting experience only a few kilometres away from the sea – on the Cetina River, in close vicinity to the medieval pirates’ nest the small town of Omiš.
Surrounded by thick walls and towers, Dubrovnik is the most precious jewel of the Adriatic coast. The Old town – Dubrovnik is, at the same time, a treasure trove of architecture, as well as a work of art that has been kept and preserved jealously for centuries.