Brandenburg Gate

James in ibenik. On the island of Hvar, the plain of Stari stands level on the UNESCO list. But also has Croatia a lot to offer: Marco Polo, the famous explorers, is to be born in the in the vicinity of Dubrovnik; the Brandenburg Gate was built of marble from the island of BRAC, and also the Croatian wine is also now lovers across the country. The coastal region of Dalmatia offers small villages, winding coastal roads, rugged cliffs, numerous beaches and bays, but also fascinating cities. San Antonio Spurs follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. This region what tourists highly frequented, not surprising given the versatility. Dalmatia does not like the other over 3,000 km of coastline, through historic towns such as split and Dubrovnik, and almost countless islands. Naturally, tourism plays an important role as an economic factor, but also agriculture and fishing are operated in this region. Mainly fruit, vegetables, cereals and wine is grown.

A special attraction is about 40 kilometres from split, close to the picturesque fishermen’s village Rogoznica: the Dragon eye Lake, a natural phenomenon. Although it is more than a hundred kilometers from the Adriatic Sea, its water is salty. In addition he tarnishes a is again always time and all fish and other sea creatures are taking refuge in the Adriatic Sea. Nevertheless it can be wonderful to bathe in the dragon eye Lake or hike along the pine-wooded shores. Rogoznica, located on the island of Kopara is connected by a Causeway to the Mainland, offers but also beautiful beaches in a protected Bay. Since 1997, the State of the art marina was opened, this place is popular destination for sailors.

Colonization of the small village with about 800 inhabitants goes back to ancient times, what the lying just outside the village church of St. Nicholas is still testimony. In the village itself, the parish church from the 17th century, which, rebuilt in the 19th century be sure a visit is worth. Rogoznica is accessible via the Trogir/Split airport by train to split and then by car or bus, as well as about the highway Zagreb-split.