It is never too cold, or too late, for a good hike. We decided that a day before Christmas would be perfect for visiting Ravna Gora.
We wanted an easy walking path, but what we got was a demanding up-and-down trip around an unusual hill called Kalnik.
Small camp, more like a resting place, but an excellent starting point for walking, cycling, and exploring the magical old towns of Istria, Croatia.
An archaeological site that covers 8,000 years of history: from the Neolithic through the ancient Illyrians to the present day.
You probably have heard about Camino de Santiago. But, did you know that the island of Krk in Croatia has its own "Camino"? "Camino Krk" is an approximately 160 km long trail divided into seven stages. We were there!
Advertised as a “first wine camp in Croatia”, this continental camping perl is an example of the comfort, beauty, and tranquility of the green hills of Međimurje.
Not too high, not too steep, Ravna Gora (686 m) is a lovely hill located in the upper basin of the Bednja river, northwest Croatia, and is considered the last branch of the Alps.
Terra Kajkaviana Magica is an exciting name for northwest Croatia's green hills and valleys. Today we mastered a small, but demanding hill Čevo. Just right for a Sunday morning.
Positioned at one of the best places in Croatia for wind, wing, and kite surfers, this camp is a real diamond!
A beautiful camp inside the nature park “Vransko jezero” (Lake of Crows), the largest natural lake in Croatia.
It is a place of natural beauty. Quiet and peaceful during May, June, September, and October – those are months that No.1 camp can give the best of itself.
It is a three and a half hour car ride from Zagreb to Glavaš, village near the city of Knin, with over three hundred kilometres under your wheels when you even start the climb. Are you ready?
They are always magnificient so I would never miss a chance to visit them and check how is it up there, in the domain of Hahlići.