26 May

New music festival in Croatia – Terraneao Festival

Terraneao Festival on Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast – A debut that promises to be a corker! You can forget about Glastonbury, Woodstock and Benicassim, as Croatia seems to be growing as being the hub for inspirational and charismatic music festivals. The latest music festival in Croatia to join an already electrifying summer calendar of Croatian music


 


 

16 Aug

The Outlook Festival 2012 in Croatia

The Outlook Festival 2012 and Croatia’s sensational music festival scene! The stunningly picturesque and scenically diverse nation of Croatia is emerging as a top European holiday destination for many reasons. From its friendly, laidback and welcoming locals, to offering an less expensive alternative to many other European resort, to possessing breathtakingly beautiful landscapes, it is


 

03 Jun
The Croatian Summer Salsa Festival

The Croatian Summer Salsa Festival in Rovinj

Rovinj and its relaxing qualities interrupted by the Croatian Summer Salsa Festival! With narrow cobbled streets winding towards quant and picturesque squares, a impressive cathedral and the highest tower in the whole of Istria standing at a mighty 61 metres high, the town of Rovinj in Istria has to be one of Croatia’s most spectacular and


 

14 May
The Pula Film Festival

Istria – It’s the place to be this July for Croatia festival 2012

The summer is just around the corner and with the fragrant scent of summer beckoning, thoughts of our impending summer holiday begin to dominate our thoughts. Istria in Croatia is rapidly becoming a popular destination for holidaymakers of all kinds of nationalities and ages, for many reasons. Friendly locals, reasonable prices, lush, rugged and diverse


 


 

22 Nov

Spilt Carnival 2012

Spilt Carnival 2012 – Majestically mesmerising! If you are looking to embark on a charming winter getaway then let the city of Split in Croatia beckon you. This effervescent city touches upon a little of everything – Chic apartments, a spectacular walled palace, pre-Christian sphinxes, cosy bars, pavement cafes, fashionable shops and lively markets, it’s no