Continuing our popular series 25 Things to Know about Croatia on September 18, 2016, one of the most intriguing islands of them all - Vis.
Continuing TCN's look at the indigenous grapes of Croatia on September 17, 2016, Iva Tatic on the white grape Vugava from the island of Vis.
Two days after their 780 person wedding celebration in Kenya, newlyweds MaryAnne and Will embarked on their honeymoon vacation exploring the depths that Croatia has to offer.
Regarded as one of the great hidden gems of tourism in Europe and home to the continent's beach beach, a visit to the magical island of Vis on August 10, 2016 reveals an island of surprising diversity, tradition and intrigue away from the beach.
Moving along on our series of finding the best beaches, today we bring you Vis: perhaps the most beautiful island on the Adriatic.
An island that is furthest from the main islands on the Dalmatian coast, much of Vis’ recent history was spent serving as a military base for the Yugoslav National Army, completely closed off from foreign visitors from the the 1950’s-1989. The upside to this? Vis was kept from being developed, essentially erasing the carbon footprint, driving the population to other areas. What this means for us? Vis is pristine, raw, and kept in its most natural forms, and today we bring you sandy beaches, pebbled ones, and even an award winner. Here are the 5 best beaches on Vis.
Thought Croatian islands are all the same? Continuing the popular TCN series, 25 Things to Know about Croatia, on June 26, 2016, a look at the great choice and diversity on offer on Croatia's more than 1000 islands in the Adriatic.
Alexander Dale Oen once said, “Nothing comes sailing by itself.” Although we do agree with Oen, we’d like to alter the statement a bit by saying, “Nothing comes sailing without the help of &adventure.”
This summer, visitors to the island of Vis will have a special opportunity to see a unique and rather whimsical exhibition titled Dreamland. The young Australian artist of Croatian origin who is responsible for this exhibition is Maya Kolega, having studied at the University of South Australia with a degree in Visual Arts. Kolega uses her artistic prowess to create and document images through photography and illustration, making her Dreamland exhibit a treat for your eyes.