A 123-kilometre-long walking trail and cycling path that unites the three countries sharing the geographic peninsula of Istria, the Parenzana Trail is both a scenic treat and a trip back in time rolled into one.
What's knobbly, smelly, grows 25 cm underground and is one of the most expensive foods in the world? The answer is white truffle. This highly-prized tuber grows in very few regions of Europe. One of these is Istria, a peninsula tucked in the Adriatic Sea and Croatia's westernmost region.
The Good Karma Meal is a compassionate gesture whose intention is quite simple: to provide “free vegan food to anyone who’s hungry.”
The high-end restaurant makes this a destination in itself, but the infinity pool, bucolic views and rooms with all the mod cons are reasons to stay.
This Hvar five-star is set in a historical building that has benefited from a luxurious makeover.
Right in the heart of Bol's old town, this charming period villa is set in a beautiful secluded garden and suits guests who prefer to escape the tourist buzz.
This modern and light-filled hotel is a new addition to Novalja, catering to a more upmarket crowd.
Winter is a great time to visit Dubrovnik: temperatures rarely dip below zero and the summer crowds can be avoided. Another good reason to visit between November and February is because of the many fabulous cultural events and festive happenings taking place during this time.
For olive oil to be labeled extra virgin, there is a list of internationally recognized quality standards that it must satisfy. However, for French producer Emilie Borel, creating an extra virgin olive oil is much more than fulfilling a set of criteria.
A new study by researchers from the University of Oxford and the University of Minnesota shows that eating healthier also means eating more sustainably.
#peripheries: In conversation with Snježana Abramović Milković, Artistic Director and Founder of the Dance and Non-Verbal Theatre Festival San Vincenti | Croatia
In this article, Isabel Putinja interviewed Snježana Abramović Milković, the founder and artistic director of the Dance and Non-Verbal Theatre Festival San Vincenti in Croatia.
A new report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC) highlights better global land management and a move towards plant-based diets as effective ways to combat climate change.