New ferry arrival point in Zadar

Zadar’s passenger pier is undergoing reconstruction that will run to the end of May. As a result passengers on the Zadar-Ancona ferry line will embark and disembark at the port of  Gazenica, (5km southeast of Zadar on the road to Sibenik).  Bus transportation will connect the port of Gazenica with the port in Zadar. Go to article. Related Posts:Gazenica: Zadar’s New Port15 New Hotels on the Croatian CoastTop Ten Travel Mistakes in CroatiaBrad Pitt’s Croatia ProjectBREAKING: Pescara Ferries Cancelled!Top Croatia Apps

Property in Croatia

Buying property in Dalmatia has become an international obssession and the prices are starting to show it according to a recent issue of Split-based  Slobodna Dalmacija. For the most sought-after properties you’ll pay up to 5000EUR a square meter. That’s high! What is the most-sought after property? Being close to the sea is one factor that can drive up prices but those adorable old fishermen cottages on remote islands  are also selling at a premium.      Also interesting is how certain nationalities congegate in certain places. The English like Trogir, the Estonians gravitate to Split and the Slovenes migrate to Split’s … Continue reading →

Venice to Croatia

The schedule for catamarans between Venice and Croatia now includes the entire offering of Venezia Lines for 2007. Unfortunately, there are fewer destinations this year. Last year’s routes to Opatija and Umag have been eliminated but remaining are passenger ferries to Piran, Porec, Rovinj, Pula, Rabac and Mali Losinj. Service begins in April and ends in October for Rovinj, the most popular route, but other routes are summer only. Another option is to go with the new routes offered by Emilia Romagna Lines. Although this company doesn’t have a direct route from Venice to Croatia, it does have passenger boats … Continue reading →