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Na.ma.lo - Coffee & Wine Bar

Na.ma.lo - Coffee & Wine Bar

COFFEE & WINE BAR
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National park Kornati

National park Kornati

National park Kornati

In 1980, the eighty-nine southernmost of the 140-odd islands, islets and reefs of the Kornati archipelago were declared a national park, Nacionalni Park Kornati, protecting the islands and their marine surroundings. The area covered by the National Park mostly coincides with the Donji Kornati, which includes the island of Kornat and the surrounding islets, separated with a channel from the island of Piškera and the surrounding islets.

The national park includes 109 islands, of which 76 are less than 1 hectare in size. Of the total land surface area of Kornati (62 km2), 85% is stony, and only 5% has been cultivated.

National park Krka

National park Krka

Krka National Park (Croatian: Nacionalni park Krka) is one of the Croatian national parks, named after the river Krka that it encloses. It is located along the middle-lower course of the Krka River in central Dalmatia, in Šibenik-Knin county, downstream Miljevci area, and just a few kilometers northeast of the city of Šibenik. It was formed to protect the Krka River and is intended primarily for scientific, cultural, educational, recreational, and tourism activities. It is the seventh national park in Croatia and was proclaimed a national park in 1985.

National park Mljet

National park Mljet

The Mljet National Park is the oldest marine protected area in the Mediterranean and it has delighted its numerous visitors for over 50 years with the colours and the scent of untouched nature.

The Park was founded on 11 November 1960, and the renowned researcher and academician Branimir Gušić was a great contributor to its protection status.

The Mljet National Park stretches over almost 5400 hectares, including a marine area of 500 meters from the coast, islands and cliffs, and therefore spans over almost a third of the island. Two deep bays filled with seawater, known as Malo Jezero and Veliko Jezero (Small Lake and Large Lake) are the most famous locations of this area and an important geological and oceanographical phenomenon.

Nature park Biokovo

Nature park Biokovo

Biokovo is the second-highest mountain range in Croatia, located along the Dalmatian coast of the Adriatic Sea, between the rivers of Cetina and Neretva. It is sometimes referred to as Bijakova, especially among inhabitants of the eastern side of the mountain. Its highest peak is Sveti Jure (Saint George), at 1762m. It shows a typical karst landscape.

The 196 km2 of its area is protected as a nature park with over 1,500 plant and animal species, some of which are endemic.

Biokovo is one in a line of Dinaric Alps stretching along the Dalmatian coast - northwest of it is Mosor and southeast of it are Sutvid and Rilić. In the east, the Šibenik runs in parallel. When the weather is very clear, from the top of Biokovo it is possible to see Monte Gargano in Italy, which is 252 km (157 mi) away.

To aid the hikers, there is the Biokovo Nature Park Visitor Center in downtown Makarska.

Nature park Telašćica

Nature park Telašćica

Telašćica bay is situated in the central part of the eastern Adriatic coast, in the SE part of the island of Dugi otok. Thanks to its extreme beauty, richness and importance, this bay surrounded by 13 islands and islets, together with 6 islets inside the bay of Telašćica itself, was proclaimed a Nature Park in 1988. Thanks to its exceptionally valuable plant and animal life, geological and geomorphologic phenomena, valuable colonies of the sea bottom and interesting archaeological heritage this area became protected in 1980.

Nature park Velebit

Nature park Velebit

The Velebit Nature Park stretches over an area of 2200 square kilometres from the Vratnik Pass in the north west to the Zrmanja River Canyon in the south east in a total length of 145 kilometres. It borders the Adriatic Sea to the west, and is surrounded by the Gacka, Lika and Gračac fields with the rivers Gacka, Lika and Otuča on the inland side. The largest single protected reach of land in Croatia, the Velebit Nature Park received its protected status in 1978 for its extraordinary natural values and importance for the preservation of biodiversity. The Nature Park has been included in UNESCO’s World Network of Biosphere Reserves. The Park includes two national parks: the Paklenica National Park and the Northern Velebit National Park.

Nin

Nin

Tourist board of Nin

On a small island in the middle of a shallow lagoon the small town of Nin can be found with its old centre, connected to the mainland by two stone bridges. Nin has had an exciting past and today a lovely present. All its stories, all its beauty and natural wealth are here to be enjoyed and to find joy, health and spiritual satisfaction which are so much needed today.

Nin is the European Destination of Excellence (EDEN). It is well known for its medicinal mud which reliably cures many illnesses. There is a saltworks producing salt before your very eyes and whose tradition is a thousand years old. Touching the big toe on the statue of Grgur Ninski – tradition has it-brings good luck. Indeed, one foreign portal has included it among the ten most attractive world symbols of luck. It is worth giving it a try!

Nin Saltworks

Nin Saltworks

Nin Salt Works acts as the human body. All the functions are properly distributed and work synergistically,and the tendency is based on naturalness, simplicity and patience. Our purpose is to „bring people closer to nature with taste, touch, view and emotion“.

Salt Museum and gift shop is a remarkable attraction of the Nin Salt Works because it attracts attention with its many exhibits that were used, and partly still are used in traditional manufacturing and collecting of salt. Tools of the utmost value which are used are rake for collecting salt, wagons for transportation on salt pans and wooden devices for packing, along with the inevitable human hand as an important symbol of the salt pan. In the Salt Museum you can find a part of yourselves through a long tradition, persistent work, the smell of salt and hospitality of the hosts. You can take a nice memory of the Salt Museum with you through the rich assortment of our products and souvenirs.

Novalja

Novalja

Tourist board of Novalja

If you are considering a vacation in Novalja, or if you are already planning your trip, we would be honoured to be the first to welcome you via our new website. Following introduction of a new visual identity, we have taken a step further in developing the Novalja tourist destination with the slogan - YOUR FIRST CHOICE!

If you have already stayed in Novalja or are one of our regular guests, we will refresh your memory and reward your loyalty with a host of new information, so that you will know what is happening in Novalja at all times, whether you are already here or have yet to plan your trip.

As a fan of this wonderful place, you will know that Novalja stands out due to the beauty and uniqueness of its beaches, its unspoilt landscapes, its entertainment and nightlife, the quality of its cultural and historical sites, the multitude of facilities for sports and recreation...

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