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 Cycling through Croatia

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By: Zdenko Kahlina

Summer Holiday: Cycling in Croatia
If you prefer getting away from the resorts when it comes to holidays, and want to do something really different and memorable, then cycling in Croatia could be just the thing for you.

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 The Life Adriatic

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Source: WestWorld, By: Craille Maguire Gillies

The ultimate Eastern Europe Tour: Hungary, Croatia, Montenegro and Slovenia on a Tour bus.
We are supposed to catch a ferry. It is mid-morning and our bus is rolling through the highways and side roads of Hungary, on our way to Croatia. The landscape is green and hilly and there is a brilliant sun overhead – the kind that makes you sleepy. Our plan is to hop the six-minute boat ride across the narrow part of Balaton Lake, the largest lake in Central Europe and a popular summer resort spot, and then make our way to Zagreb, the Croatian capital.

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 Biking in Croatia

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Source: Bike Radar, by Jered Gruber

Cycling in paradise – Croatian Istria peninsula
Tuscany gets a lot of press and attention as a cycling paradise, and rightly so. It has a special something that makes people go back year after year. But it’s hardly off the beaten track. There’s another cycling haven that you should know about – one that the masses haven’t found yet. It’s the Croatian province of Istria.

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 Biking to the Žumberak plateaus

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Source: The Pedala web site

Cycling routes in Croatia
Tuscany gets a lot of press and attention as a cycling paradise, and rightly so. It has a special something that makes people go back year after year. But it’s hardly off the beaten track. There’s another cycling haven that you should know about – one that the masses haven’t found yet. It’s the small country of Croatia. Read on!

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 Limski kanal and Vrsar

Traveling Croatia

By Zdenko Kahlina

The Lim valley – protected area
One of Istria’s most dramatic natural phenomena, the Limski kanal drives a narrow 10 km-long sliver of sea straight into the heart of the peninsula. With densely forested cliffs – rising straight up to a height of 150 metres – and calm, green crystal-clear water below, those who never took in basic geography might well mistake it for a Scandinavian fjord.

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 Istrian Croatia

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By: Blogger Dumneazu

Istrian Croatia: Italy without the Vowels
e just got home from a jaunt over to Croatia. I’d been to Zagreb earlier this year, so I asked Captain Squid, my Croatian expert, for a suggestion on where else to travel. He popped the idea of a trip to Istria..

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