|Orlando Duque visited Croatia and searched for the most attractive cliffs to dive. He was delighted with the Croatian natural beauties and executed a number of incredible jumps from cliffs. For such a small country, Croatia offers visitors an incredible range of landscapes: from the Mediterranean coast with its necklace of 1244 islands to the sunflower-gilded Slavonian plains, via pristine rivers and the wildlife-rich subalpine regions of Gorski kotar and the Velebit mountains.|
Orlando Duque visited Croatia and searched for the most attractive cliffs to dive. He found some very interesting spots where he executed a number of jumps.
He was delighted with the Croatian natural beauties and executed a number of jumps from cliffs on lake Zmajevo Oko (Dragon's Eye) and the island Veliki Garmenjak.
Cliff Diving of Croatian boys and girls in Pula / Summer 2012.
Skradinski buk is considered one of the most beautiful cliff waterfalls in Europe. The falls can be reached by boat or foot from Skradin. The river Krka is rich with various species of fish. Swimming around the falls is allowed but as you can see: water shoes are strongly advised. Some shots made around Marina in the town of Pag and on the island of Pag in Croatia.
Zadar In Your Pocket - Monument to the Sun
Sailing Croatia 2013
Millenium Jump in the city of Zadar, Croatia
Sailing Croatia 2012
Zadar sound and light - Que bonito!
Sailing experience in Croatia with friends 2013
Summer in the city of Zadar
For such a small country, Croatia offers visitors an incredible range of landscapes: from the Mediterranean coast with its necklace of 1244 islands to the sunflower-gilded Slavonian plains, via pristine rivers and the wildlife-rich subalpine regions of Gorski kotar and the Velebit mountains.
With seven World Heritage sites, eight National Parks and eleven Nature Parks, there's a wealth of exploring to do in the great outdoors. There are ample opportunities for rafting, diving and all other watersports, hiking and mountain biking, hunting, fishing and, increasingly, bird watching: the perfect ingredients for a great holiday for nature lovers and active types alike.
There are ever more opportunities for you to get to know the country and its people, including educational and nature trails, wine routes, olive picking, rural tourism and volunteering in everything from nature conservation to salt harvesting.
The artistically and spiritually inclined will find their soul food in the busy cultural calendar and rich religious heritage. At every time of the year, you'll find things to do which allow you to enjoy unique events and the changing of the seasons.
Our guides to Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik, Senj, Rijeka, Karlovac, Osijek, Zadar and Brač island will help you to get to know the best of Croatia.
Dovolevná ("Rest" in Czech) in Zadar 2010
accompanied with a nice Croatian song about the city of Zadar
Formated for CROWN by Darko Žubrinić
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