Abahna – Available at Yacht Gourmet Croatia

Lilac Rose & Geranium [Read more…]

Dubrovnik named one of ‘world’s top landmarks’ by TripAdvisor

TripAdvisor has published the results of its second Traveler’s Choice Attractions Awards. The ancient city walls of Dubrovnik, Croatia, ranked tenth in the Top World Landmarks category. TripAdvisor has published the results of its second Traveler’s Choice Attractions Awards. The ancient city walls of Dubrovnik, Croatia, ranked tenth in the Top World Landmarks category. [Read more…]

Croatia Wine Tourism: Hvar Leading The Way With Wine Time Traveller Concept

As Croatia braces itself for yet another hectic tourist season, there is one Croatian island which will be offering more than just sun, sea and seafood. Visitors to the idyllic Dalmatian island of Hvar can now learn all about the island’s fascinating 2,400 year wine-producing history thanks to the Hvar Wine Time Traveller concept. [Read more…]

Croatian Saffron

Did you know that Croatia has its own production of saffron? Suavis is Croatia’s leading firm in the production of saffron, an authentic delight appreciated by the best chefs and lovers of refined taste. [Read more…]

According to Vanity Fair, Croatia is the new French riviera

Island-Hopping in Croatia (Affordably)

Dear Victoria,

I keep hearing about “new Rivieras.” Where are they?

Fleur,

Paris, France [Read more…]

Istrian Olive Oil of Extra Quality

In order to give our  partnerst top quality products, Yacht Gourmet Croatia has chosen a small family olive oil producer  from Umag, Dragan Ružić, for cooperation. [Read more…]

Interview with Ashley Colburn (Zagreb)

Touristar.TV interviewed Ashley Colburn, the narrator and producer of the upcoming 7-episode documentary series about Croatia. Ashley talks about why she chose Croatia, how and why she made the short documentary “WoW Croatia” and about her future plans.

Croatia with Ashley – I wanna live in Rovinj!

Croatia with Ashley: Split

ACI Marine

25 years ago, on July 1st, 1983, when the first ACI marinas opened their doors and berthed the first boats, it was a visionary feat. It was an answer to the more pronounced nautical presence in the Adriatic. Thus a chain of marinas along the Croatian Adriatic with high-quality standard service was created. Marinas were opened close to big towns along the coast, small towns on the islands or in the oases of untouched nature, which were ennobled and preserved.

Today, the ACI system has 21 marinas from the northernmost – in Umag to the southernmost – in Dubrovnik.