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Stancija 1904, Svetvinčenat

Castle in Stanjica 1904

Stancija 1904 is located at the heart of Istria, in the idyllic village of Smoljanci.

Guests can enjoy here peaceful and quiet evenings, and relax in the deep shade of the trees during hot summer days at the Stancija, or spend their days by engaging in one of the activities like playing golf, caving, hiking, taking walks or cycling in the countryside, visiting the Aquarium in Pula, surfing in the sea or visiting cities with well known cultural and historical sites. Beaches accessible to disabled persons are located close to Stancija 1904.

Most of its venues are accessible: all sidewalks are lowered, there are reserved parking spaces for the disabled, bars, pizzerias, restaurants and taverns which offer traditional dishes are accessible to anyone and propose menus in Braille.

All the heritage renovations are carried out in respect of historic architecture and taking care that they are accessible to all, regardless of physical limitations, age and disability.

Pustara Višnjica

Pustara Višnjica

Višnjica is an estate situated in the east of Croatia. It is surrounded by beautiful lime and chestnut tree gardens and old pine and maple trees. The beauty and tranquillity of this place is mesmerising. Pustara Višnjica is located in the Slavonia region in Virovitičko-Podravska County, just 13 km from Slatina. The word Pustara comes from an old Hungarian word ‘puszta’, which meant ‘land used for raising cattle and breeding horses’. This type of land was once a common feature across the Croatian landscape, but after many years of neglect, Pustara Višnjica is now the only working Pustara in the country. The fascinating landscape, mild climate, fresh air and clear water, as well as the culture and history of this place have had a great influence on regeneration of the region. Today, Višnjica offers something for everyone. It’s the perfect destination for those looking for peace and quiet as well as those looking for adventure. Horseback-riding, cycling, hiking and swimming are just some of the activities on offer.

Visit the website for Pustara Višnjica



Nin is located in a shallow lagoon about 14 km away from the regional centre of Zadar. It is the oldest Croatian royal town and is situated on a small island connected to the mainland with two bridges which were built in the 16th century. The destination offers spectacular sandy beaches and salt pans. Not far from Kraljičina beach there is the famous site for healing mud (peloid) and a wetland with wetland inhabitants. Many wetland birds, which attract nature lovers, have found their home here.

The Northern Velebit National Park

Mountain landscape © Northern Velebit National Park

The Northern Velebit National Park is located in the north-western part of Croatia. In 2009, it was awarded the title of European Tourist Destination of Excellence in protected areas. Warm, sultry seaside weather combined with mountains raising into the sky make the Northern Velebit Park a truly extraordinary region for Mother Nature. As explorer's paradise the park attracts visitors with its sinkholes, caves, as well as with its hiking, cycling and cross country skiing trails through the mountain.


Fireworks © Ðurdevac

Đurđevac is located in north Croatia. In 2008, it was awarded the title of European Tourist Destination of Excellence in Intangible Heritage. Famous within the region for its linen production, traditional weaving workshops are just as popular with visitors as trips to the area’s sand vegetation which resemble sand dunes, its picturesque vineyards and its local specialties consisting of numerous types of cakes.

Sveti Martin na Muri

Wooden house © Sveti Martin na Muri

Sveti Martin na Muri is located in the northernmost part of Croatia. In 2007, it was awarded the title of Best Emerging European Rural Destination of Excellence. As the first local community in Croatia to adopt sustainable development practices in rural areas, Sveti Martin na Muri impresses with even more to offer than just its versatile sport and recreation facilities.

Last update: 14/01/2014 | Top