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The position of Kastela and the vincinty to the town of Trogir and the town of Split offer great opportunity to explore the broader area. The trips range from the ancient heart of Dalmatia, Split, with its ancient and medieval town core built around the Place of Roman Emperor Diocletian, through word famed Dubrovnik to the islands of Brac and Hvar, the Adriatic princes, centres of Croatian literacy and culture.

An extraordinary blend of Mediterranean and Oriental culture can be felt in Mostar. The heritage typical of the Dalmatian hinterland can be explored in Imotski, situated above two lakes.

SPLIT - A town of classical Roman, old Croatian, Romanesque and renaissance architecture, with a Mediterranean atmosphere. It is well-known for sports and shipbuilding. Half-day or all-day excursions by boat or bus.

, the centre of the riviera and coastal area, with its town square, Cathedral of St. Mark, but above all because of the Franciscan Monastery and its rich collections.

The town of Hvar, the biggest settlement on the island, abounds in Romanesque and Renaissance buildings, and Mediterranean atmosphere. It bears the name of Croatian Madeira. The town of Jelsa, the second biggest on the island, is famous for its vintage Dalmatian wines. All day excursions.

- A Mediaeval Town located in the hinterland of Mt. Biokovo, near a rich karst field (Imotsko polje) with well kept vineyards. Famous for its blue and red lakes.It offers a completely different atmosphere from that of the coast. Half-day excursions by bus.

DUBROVNIK - A Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque town - all in one, is a must. Located on the very southern end of Croatia.All-day excursions by bus or boat.

- A world famous sanctuary.

- A coastal, mediaeval town located in a picturesque canyon of the Cetina river. Five kilometres up to the Cetina canyon, there is "Radmanove Mlinice", an excursion place for famous for bread baked under coals and for fresh trout.Half-day excursions by boat or bus.

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