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Protected landscape in Croatia

Unspoiled nature of the protected landscapes and the diversity of flora and fauna will leave no one indifferent. Istrian landscape offers plenty of opportunities for an unforgettable holiday: Lim valley, Vela Draga, Pazin abyss, Rovinj coast and other natural resources offer a real paradise for those who want more from vacation.

Protected landscape Lim Channel (Rovinj, Istria)


Lim Channel Rovinj The Lim valley is the 35 km long valley of the river Pazinčica, which transforms into the Lim Channel…

Lim Channel Info

Protected landscape Istarske toplice surroundings (Central Istria)


Istarske toplice Welcome to the Health Resort in the hearth of Central Istria…


Istarske toplice Info

Protected landscape Vela draga under Učka (Central Istria)


Vela draga under Učka Located in one of the northernmost spots of the Mediterranean area, Mount Učka visually dominates the Istrian peninsula and the Bay of Kvarner…
Vela draga under Učka Info

Protected landscape Pazin abyss (Pazin, Istria)


Pazin abyss This abyss is an attraction that leaves a strong impression on every visitor…

Pazin abyss Info

Protected landscape Rovinj islands and coast (Porec, Istria)


Rovinj islands and coast The coast is mostly rocky. There are a few beaches covered with small round stones, and Kurent Bay…

Rovinj islands and coast Info

Protected landscape Gračišće – Pićan (Central Istria)


Gračišće - Pićan One of the most remarkable particularities of Gračišće is its urban structure…

Gračišće – Pićan Info

Protected landscape Labin – Rabac – Prklog (Istria)


Labin - Rabac - Prklog The area between Labin and Rabac bay Prklog characterized by a wealth of diverse and valuable traits…

Labin – Rabac – Prklog Info

Protected landscape Cape Kamenjak (Premantura, Istria)


Cape Kamenjak It is one of the last oases of the coastal region that has preserved its original appearance…

Cape Kamenjak Info

Protected landscape Zlatni Rat, Bol


Zlatni Rat, Bol, Pag One of the most famous beaches of Croatia is definitely the beach Zlatni rat in Bol on the island of Brac. Zlatni rat is famous for its shape changes depending on sea currents and wind. Zlatni rat has the form of a language and is covered by gravel and sand. Its tip continues 500m to the sea.

Zlatni Rat, Bol Info

Protected landscape Jabuka and Brusnik


Jabuka and Brusnik, Pag The islands of Jabuka and Brusnik are the only 2 Croatian islands, amoung 1185 island in Croatia, that are entirely covered with lava, along with Palagruza, which has only a volcanic origin. These three islands form the area of ​​the “volcanic triangle of Adriatic”.

Jabuka and Brusnik Info

Protected landscape Kolac, Brac


Kolac, Brac, Pag The stone Kolac has the shape of an arc with a height of about 10m. The rock Kolac is located 2km away from Nerezine on the island of Brac.

Kolac, Brac Info

Protected landscape Stone Brela


Stone Brela, Pag he stone of Brela “Kamen Brela” is a small rock island bordering with the main beach of Dugi Rat in Brela. In 2003 the American magazine Forbes put the Punta Rata Beach in the list of the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world, where it is ranked sixth in the world and first in Europe.

Stone Brela Info

Protected landscape Marjan, Split


Marjan, Split, Pag The Marjan is a hill, a peninsula and a protected park which is located in the western part of the Split peninsula. Split is situated right at the foot of Mount Marjan.

Marjan, Split Info

Protected landscape Arboretum Trsteno


Arboretum Trsteno, Pag Trsteno is a small town 25 km from Dubrovnik. Trsteno is famous for its Arboretum which is the oldest Renaissance park in Croatia with exotic plants, a baroque fountain with nymphs and the statue of Neptune.

Arboretum Trsteno Info