Krk island

Infrastructure investments continue on Krk Island

In the upcoming months, several new projects will start developing on Krk island. One of them is the reconstruction of the Baska harbor, on the southeastern part of the island. It was announced recently that work on the harbor will begin shortly after the signing of the project’s contract.  Baska harbor reconstruction is one of […]

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Cleaning campaigns on Croatian islands

Several cleaning campaigns take place on Croatian islands

In the past few weeks, we have seen various cleaning campaigns and actions, which took place at beaches and bays of several Croatian islands.  Guests of the Cikat camp on Losinj island, along with workers of the Plavi Svijet institute, have joined forces to clean Zlatna uvala bay in Mali Losinj. The action was done […]

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Islands Hvar, Vis and Solta participate in Aroma Fest

LAG Škoji organizes Aroma Fest which they see as the great development potential of Croatian islands in aromatic and medicinal plants, and they also work on the protection of Hvar lavender. We are an economically and socially developed area of satisfied, educated inhabitants, in central Dalmatia, fragrant and sunny, with a thousand-year tradition of preserved […]

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Solta island

Sesula Bay on Solta Island to get 70 new boat berths

Despite Coronavirus pandemic, Maslinica town on Solta island is preparing the grounds for a new marina in Sesula bay. Planning is underway, as seen by the announcement of the new public competition for building the marina. Candidates have to deliver the offers in the next 30 days. One of the candidates is already known, which […]

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Krk Old Town

Krk Island – tourism report for the first 9 months of 2020

In September 2020, Krk island had 32,281 arrivals and 21,3305 overnight stays. Compared to September 2019, that is 68.66% less in arrivals and 64.42% less in overnight stays. There were 24.56% of domestic guests in arrivals and 11.68% in overnight stays. On the other hand, there were 24.36% foreign guests in arrivals and 88.32% in […]

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Jadrolinija joins the initiative “A week of vacation”

The tourism initiative, which translates to Croatian as Tjedan odmora vrijedan is aimed to extend the season and give discounts for visitors of numerous sightseeing destinations, national parks, hotels and restaurants. Now the largest ferry company in Croatia, Jadrolinija, has joined the initiative. The idea came from Croatian Tourist Board and Ministry of Tourism and […]

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Wine Barrels on Hvar island

Only 25 percent of last year’s tourist visited Hvar Island

Even though tourist numbers for Hvar island in 2020 have not been spectacular and will impact Hvar residents, tourism workers are not losing hope. Like other Croatian islands and tourist destinations, Hvar has also been deeply impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic. This is confirmed by the latest stats by Tourism Barometer, for the first 9 […]

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Dubrovnik Kolocep

Kolocep Island to get new port and ferry to Dubrovnik

A new project called “Reconstruction of a ferry port in Donje Celo – Kolocep” has been presented recently. Total value of the project is about 3 million Euros, and it will give the island a new, modern dock, as well as a new ferry on route Dubrovnik – Kolocep. The County Port Authority stated that […]

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Croatian islands

Over 650 million Euros invested in Croatian islands

Croatian public and state sector has invested more than 650 million Euros in Croatian islands, in the past two years. According to the reports from 2018 and 2019, the majority of the money is non-refundable. Each year saw an increase in financial support to the islands. In 2018, a bit over 260 million Euros was […]

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