Discover the Inhabited Islands of Croatia: Korcula

Continuing our look at the 47 inhabited islands of Croatia on January 9, 2017, Lauren Simmonds visits one of the 'big boys' - Marco Polo's Korcula. Another favourite, especially for those visiting the Dubrovnik Neretva county is the island of Marco Polo's birth, Korcula (pronounced: Korchula). With...

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Discover the Inhabited Islands of Croatia: Mljet

Mljet is a rich, emerald green paradise just south of the Peljesac peninsula. It is relatively large in size when compared to its Elaphiti neighbours, with a length of 37 kilometres and a population of 1,088 according to the 2011 census, although the numbers are believed to have increased since...

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Discover the Inhabited Islands of Croatia: Elaphiti Islands near Dubrovnik

Croatia is famous for its islands, both inhabited and uninhabited. And while the exact number tends to vary by definitions and domestic disputes, there are over one thousand of them and they cover a massive area of about 3,300km. Naturally, there is a lot to talk about when it comes to these emerald...

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Discover the Inhabited Islands of Croatia: 1. Zirje

Croatia, the land of more than 1000 islands, but only a handful are inhabited - 47 apparently, with another 20 recently abandoned. In a new series on TCN on January 4, 2017, we take a closer look at the inhabited islands of Croatia, starting with Zirje, which guards the entrance to the Sibenik...

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Stari Grad, Hvar: 25 Things to Know about 2017 Best European Destination Nominee

Stari Grad on Hvar has been nominated for Best European Destination 2017. Continuing the popular 25 Things to Know about Croatia series on November 27, 2016, a closer look at one the town celebrating its 2400th birthday.    1 - The Meaning of Stari Grad For the linguistically challenged, Stari...

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25 Things to Know about Vis: Dalmatia's Former Hidden Military Treasure

Continuing our popular series 25 Things to Know about Croatia on September 18, 2016, one of the most intriguing islands of them all - Vis. 1. Oldest town in Croatia (Photo credit Stari Grad on the island of Hvar may well...

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Top 5 Lošinj: Best Beaches on Lošinj

  We continue our best beaches series with Lošinj, an island in the northern Adriatic Sea, located in the Kvarner Gulf in Croatia - south of the city of Rijeka and part of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County. Lošinj is the 11th largest Adriatic island by area, measuring 33 kilometers (21 miles)...

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