Total Eco Croatia continues our look at the sustainable hotels of Croatia with Terme Sveti Martin located in Sveti Martin na Muri in Međimurje County.
A petition has surfaced on the Facebook feeds of many throughout Croatia urging signatures to stop the construction of the thermoelectric power plant on Peruća Lake located in inland Dalmatia.
When thinking of Croatian fare, the first thing that usually comes to mind is most likely that perfectly cooked lamb on a spit, čevapčići, grilled fish drenched in garlic and olive oil, or simply anything but vegetarian. Over the last few years, vegetarian restaurants with vegan and gluten-free perks have found their way across the country, and you’ll be surprised when we tell you that this list names just a part of what Croatia has to offer.
On Thursday 9th February, Total Eco Croatia visited Čistoća to find out what is really happening with recycling in Split.
The island of Krk is seriously considering the implementaion of a large number of electric bicycles. The idea has long been in development by association “My Island Krk” (Moj otok Krk), and the project has the support of the entire community.
Green Sail began as a Sail Croatia initiative to encourage sustainable travel and make a positive impact, and as of today it launches as its own program!