Wonders of Dalmatian karst

[caption id="attachment_6203" align="alignnone" width="1000"]kistanjeblog019 Dinara mountain in the distance[/caption]

Caves and wells of legends.

The Highest Peak of Croatia – Sinjal

dinara013Hiking to Croatia’s highest peak . Sinjal (1831m) – is quite an experience as Dinara mountain offers stunning views and opportunity to enjoy nature at it’s wildest!

Winter Wanderings in Dalmatian Hinterland

[caption id="attachment_3997" align="alignnone" width="1000"]winterdaysinbukovica202 Ancient oak tree[/caption]
As the winter is gone, Easter holidays just behind us, we are all looking forward the beauty of Spring in Dalmatia, I am publishing one last winter blog post.

Fortress of Sonkovic

[caption id="attachment_3832" align="aligncenter" width="1000"]sonk008 Sonković Fortress[/caption]
Winter is always the best time to explore. The weather, when sunny, is ideal for hikes and walks.

And there is always something cool and new to see.
Recently I found out about a fortress in Sonković village near Skradin. It is only a short drive away and just about 10 minutes off the highway. The fortress looked interesting in Google Earth but checking it for real is what it is all about.

Exploring Pašman and Ugljan Islands

[caption id="attachment_3657" align="alignnone" width="1000"]pasmanugljan024 The view of Čokovac monastery and the Pašman channel[/caption]The idea was to drive the coastal route all the way to the end of Ugljan, Muline village, find a place for grill and lunch before heading back the scenic but offroad route of the “other” coast of Pašman island starting from Ždrelac.