JurajivaHvar island was amazing. we were able to go to the main Hvar town but also traveled to the smaller towns such as Vrboska, Stari Grad and Jelsa. if your looking for a relaxing small place with good food would definitely recommend Vrboska and Jelsa. very kid friendly and a great port if you are sailing. good swimming as well.
燃烧生命的小胖妞Korcula Island is an island in the Adriatic Sea in the Dalmatia Province of the Republic of Croatia. It is located at the southernmost tip of Croatia, more than 600 kilometers away from the Croatian capital of Zagreb. The plague broke out in 1529, leaving the town barren and the residents scattered. The old town has preserved almost perfectly the appearance of a 16th century Venetian town. There is the second Great Wall in the world (5.5 kilometers long, so short is the second, how much is the third?)
sangchungWhen someone talks about whether there is a paradise on earth, many people will say "Yes" and mention the island of Brač in Croatia. American journalists are increasingly suggesting the beautiful Brac Island as an ideal summer vacation. The Huffington Post also tells everyone that Brac Island is a novel and exciting place.
劳群一Mostar was built in 1452 and is full of the style of the Ottoman Empire. It is famous for a stone arch bridge. The old bridge is 427 years old and spans the beautiful Neletva River. It is one of the most famous sights in Bosnia and Herzegovina and even the Balkans, and is listed as a World Cultural Heritage. Regrettably, it was destroyed by the war between nations in 1993. The current stone bridge is rebuilt later. The bridge deck is paved with pebbles, which is a bit slippery, and visitors should pay special attention to safety when they are long. There was a diving performance by local guys on the bridge. The ancient city is full of local handicraft shops and local ethnic food shops, and the aroma of local food comes from time to time. There are still bullet marks on the buildings of the ancient city, recording the cruelty of the war at that time, and also alerting people to the hard-won life of cherishing peace. How important is the exchange, tolerance, and mutual learning among civilizations of all races.