Supetar is located in the center of the island of Brac and its capital that holds the remains of ancient Roman and Christian cultures since the early 19th century. Going to the sea you will see the Cathedral of St. Peter. Here is a small cove, which was a port city Nerezitsa - the capital of Brac in the eighth century. The architecture of the city is clearly dominated by the Baroque style, despite the fact that the houses were built of rough stone. The little sunny town was quickly built thanks to the investment in construction of houses and churches, who had been built by the local landowners. When you arrive in Brac, your way will surely be through a small port Supetar. Here come ferries from Split, Dubrovnik and Rijeka . Supetar’s coloring is unique, it cannot be confused with any other city in Croatia. Fishermen, sailors and people who work in tourism live in Supetar today. Supetar is a small town located on the northern coast of the island of Brac, surrounded by olive groves and vineyards. It is also famous for the beautiful pebble beaches. Having originated in medieval times, you can get to it in an hour from the city of Split. The crystal clear water washes the beach several kilometers long. Pine forests, cypress and palm trees form a picturesque landscape as in paintings. Staying at the resort you can decorate the trip with visits in such places such as the Dragon Cave ( Drakonjina nebo též Zmajeva spilja ), in the village Blaca, the famous beach Zlatni Rat or the Puchishcha , Sumartin or Postira resorts . Cozy taverns and cafes invite you to look for long. It is an ideal place for a vacation for the whole family.
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If you want to visit Croatia, the first place to visit runs probably to the Dalmatian coast.
As the locals say all begins at Zadar , the rest is Istria.
Dalmatia is composed of known cities such as Zadar, Trogir, but by far the most spectacular is Dubrovnik.
After you have seen it once, you want to see it again.
It lures you with its natural beauty and induces relaxation and its old historical centers transpose you to the West Emperor Diocletian world.
Today Dalmatia is the most visited part of Croatia, where most tourists prefer to spend their vacation.
Trogir is an old town, included in UNESCO.
It is studded with numerous cafes which tempt you to take a little break and enjoy the landscape.
The port which once ships were docked and where the traders once brought their goods and spices from the Orient and India, is now anchored with yachts and luxury cruise ships.
In the fifteenth and the sixteenth centuries this area was the rival of Venice and quickly became a place to develop both arts, architecture and commerce by sea.
Dubrovnik is one of the most attractive destinations in Croatia.
It has wonderful architectural beauty but also many opportunities for relaxation and fun which attract tourists from many parts of the world.
The Old Town has a special beauty: medieval buildings, narrow streets built in slope amaze tourists’ keen eyes.
You can enjoy a delicious ice cream in the shade of a palm to forget the heat and also it is a good opportunity to admire the beautiful architecture of the buildings.
The Great Onofrio Well, the city walls of Dubrovnik, Minceta are places not to be missed.
Croatia has long been regarded as one of the most beautiful regions of Europe, its rocky coastline and deserted islands attracting millions of tourists each year.
Most people visit Croatia in July and August.
Even if in April and in May you cannot enjoy the clear waters of the sea, you may walk in a natural park where you can see spectacular scenery: pine forests that soak in the turquoise waters of Lake Kozjak.
Another choice is equally alluring Opatija, the city of roses and magnolias.
Called the "Nice" of the Adriatic, Opatija was the nineteenth-century kings European favorite resort because of the good climate, beautiful gardens and luxurious accommodation.
Cuisine Croatia offers a variety of foods and specialties, including the most popular snacks: the grilled meat, the smoked ham (prsut) of Dalmatia, the Pag cheese or sheep's cheese.
The main dishes vary according to the region visited.
In Dalmatia, the Istria peninsula and the islands, food is based on fishery products, and meat as "pasticada" or boiled.
Let's not forget the olives, the meat or fish with potatoes, cooked in a rustic way, in the oven.
As the most famous dessert specialties are rodents, Mandula, dried figs of Dalmatia, many other specialties are cooked on the basis of almonds, honey and citrus.
Thus, I can say that the entire Croatian coast can be likened to a string of pearls, each island has a different shape and size, but their brilliance attracts you like a magnet which you cannot resist.
If you want an unforgettable vacation, Croatia is the choice you will not regret.