Mali Losinj

1800 tourists celebrated New Year in Losinj

According to the last available data from Mali Losinj Tourist Board, approximately 1807 tourists spent New Year’s Eve on Losinj island.That’s a little bit over half of the tourists from 2 years ago. Last year, when the control of international travel was very rigorous due to COVID-19, just 207 people stayed on Losinj island. During […]

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Zadar historic center

Zadar-Ancona ferry line officially canceled

It’s official. The city of Zadar is left without its international ferry line, Zadar-Ancona. Jadrolinija did not include this line in the sailing schedule in the season edition for 2022. Under the motto “connecting the Italian and Croatian coasts in 2022”, the state shipping passenger company announced sales only on the international lines Dubrovnik – […]

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Hvar Island

Archeological findings on island Hvar

In December, the first phase of underwater archaeological research of the Hvar seabed was completed, during which a number of valuable archaeological finds were found. This confirmed the importance and continuity of the existence and functioning of Hvar ports and settlements over a period of almost 3,000 years. The earliest archeological artifacts date from the […]

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Bol Brac island

68% of 2019’s tourist traffic in Bol in 2021

According to Mayor of Bol on island Brač Katarina Marčić, the director of the Bol Tourist Board, Markito Marinković, said that about 428,000 overnight stays and 73,000 arrivals had been made in 2021, which is about 68 percent of the tourist traffic in 2019. Next year, up to 90 percent of the traffic from 2019 […]

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Silba Zadar

Silba and Iž to be part of the EU funded project “Starting the energy transition on the Zadar islands”

The Ministry of Regional Development and EU Funds has approved the project “Starting the energy transition on the Zadar islands”.The project is led by the Samotvorac Association along with the Tarabuži Iž Youth Association and the Island Movement association. The project is worth 45.426,88 Kuna, while MRRFEU is co-funding 45.016,52 Kuna. The Samotvorac Association is […]

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The “Mapping of the Energetic Potential of Island Korčula” project is completed

In April 2021, the US Embassy in Croatia approved funding for the Island Movement‘s project “Exploiting the Energy Potentials of Croatian Islands” with the purpose of research into the energy potentials of island Korčula. Funds were obtained from the US Embassy’s call for small loans called “Energizing the Balkans”. The Island Movement focused on Korcula. […]

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Town of Pag

Certificates of excellence for island Pag’s landlords

On December 17th, the certificates of excellence were issued to Island Pag’s landlords within the Pag Outdoor project. The project’s aim, which started in 2020, is to develop a new product in the sphere of active tourism that will attract visitors throughout the year.  With this, island Pag, already known for its food, beaches and […]

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Dawn on Krk island

Krk island presented its new outdoor tourism brand and logo

The Tourist Board of island Krk has, along with other local tourist boards and self-government units, created a new brand and PR strategy for its outdoor tourist offer.  The “Brand and PR Strategy of Krk Island’s Outdoor Tourist Offer”, as it’s officially named, was financed by the local government, Krk’s tourist boards, and the Ministry […]

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Mali Losinj

Osor Time Machine project wins the annual Simply the Best prize

“Osor Time Machine”, a project by Mali Lošinj’s Tourist Board, is this year’s winner of the national “Simply the Best” prize. The prize is traditionally awarded by UHPA (Association of Croatian travel agencies) and travel magazine The Way to Croatia. It won in the category “New tourism projects”, thanks to its innovativeness, creativity and development […]

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Dugi Otok

Dugi Otok Trail will take place in March 2022!

It’s definitely not early to start preparing for the Dugi Otok trail 2022!After being postponed due to COVID-19 in 2020 and 2021, it looks like one of the most beautiful trail races will take place in March 2022.   All runners and lovers of nature are invited to come to Dugi Otok, the largest of the […]

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