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Croatia Like You’ve Never Seen It Before (Unless You’re A Bird)
If you’re a bird, you can close this browser down as you’ve seen these ridiculously stunning photos of Croatia before. For those of us walking on two legs, with a massive bucket list of travel wishes keep reading.
My new found discovery here in Croatia is drone photography. It provides you with a view of Croatia that you simply can’t see for yourself, that is unless like I said you’re a bird or you own your own plane.
Before you gaze at Croatia as you’ve never seen it before, I’d like to thank Siniša from Aerial Croatia the company behind these photos for allowing me to share them with you all.
The island of Korcula is one of the greenest islands along the Adriatic thanks to the vineyards and olive groves. Its southern coast is formed by small beaches and quiet coves. You can get to the island via ferry from Split, Dubrovnik, or Orebic on the Peljesac peninsula.
Island Proizd, near Vela Luka, Korcula
Green and blue have always been 2 of my favorite colors. Which is lucky given my new life in Croatia consists of a lot of it.
Vineyards on the Peljesac peninsula
Many traditional grape varieties still survive in Croatia, like those grown on Peljesac, which make delicious Croatian wine that is exported all over the world.
Ahhh the glorious Adriatic. Enough said.
Biokovo mountain & pine forest
Biokovo is protected as a nature park, and I Siniša tells me that when the weather is very clear, it is possible to see Monte Gargano in Italy, 252 km away from a top of the mountain.
Known as the pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik its famous for a reason and it, not just her beauty. Take a look at what else you can do while in Dubrovnik and where you can eat & drink like a local.
A small tourist village, Pakoštane is just 30 kilometers from the town of Zadar. Set in a beautiful location on the bay with sandy beach, surrounded by pine forest.
One of the 525 in the Adriatic Sea. Islet Stupe sure it pretty.
The town has a long history that dates back to 360 BC when it was inhabited by the Illyrians.
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