Plastic pollution is a worldwide issue, but it seems this is a topic that has still escaped the media in Croatia.
If Hollywood films and reality TV shows aren't it, then how does one promote Croatia?
The island of Vis is getting ready for the 'Mamma Mia' invasion: after the initial rumours in June, it was recently confirmed that the sequel to the massively popular musical is indeed getting filmed in Croatia, at several locations on Vis island.
Tuesday 15th August 2017, BBC Three announces filming of reality show “The Brits are Coming” in Croatia.
Moro Beach Club Stupe opened at the beginning of the season with a makeover and it seems it has been a hit among sailors and travellers alike, even earning praise from the Lonely Planet.
We're slowly creeping towards the end of peak season, but it seems like things are only now heating up on the entertainment front
From the 17th – 20th August 2017, the fourth edition of the Makarska Jazz Festival will be placed at the top of the jazz scene in Croatia and beyond. It has attracted some of the best local and international musicians, who trade their usual stage for one of the most gorgeous settings along the Adriatic Coast – the Makarska Riviera.
Ribarska Noć or Fishermen’s Nights, are a true taste of the Dalmatian spirit. If you are looking for an authentic experience while you are holidaying or sailing in Croatia, keep an eye out for this!
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