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All Year Tourism Project ‘Croatia 365’ Comes to Life

CroatiaThe Ministry of Tourism’s latest project aimed at attracting tourists to visit Croatia all year round, and not just over the summer months, has come to life with the launch of its brand new website…

Croatia 365 focuses on 6 categories (Culture, Wine & Gastronomy, Outdoor, Biking, Health & Wellness, Meetings & Incentives) aimed at attracting tourists to Croatia 365 days of the year, as the project title alludes to. Money has been pumped into improving facilities and activities in a number of towns during the pilot project, as well into marketing campaigns in all of Croatia’s main markets in Europe.

Take a ride by bike on the trails where, long ago, Roman legions walked, plunge into the sea depths and enjoy the pristine underwater world. If the freshness of the clean air and cold spring waters tire you, clear your mind while enjoying the benefits of thermal waters and relaxing massage and afterwards, reward your palate by tasting traditional fresh dishes prepared by locals, along with excellent Croatian wines. If, after all this, you have to concentrate on your job in one of the top conference halls, we don’t think that it would be a problem, would it? – says the website.

Check out the new site here.

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