Zrće is a long pebble beach in the island of Pag. It is located near Gajac and Novalja. Zrće is a famous Croatian summer destination for young people who love to party. There are several beach bars and all-hours discotheques, which are operating during summer months. The most well-known clubs are Papaya, Kalypso, Club Noa, Pacha, WBK Zrce, Aquarius and Euphoria.
Botanical Garden in Zagreb is a large, English-style garden created in 1890 by Antun Heinz. The garden, covering an area of 50.000 sq meters, is an oasis of tranquility in which to escape the bustle of the town, and for this reason it is a popular place in which to stroll. There are about 10.000 plant species here, including around 1.800 tropical plants from all over the world, with Asia particularly well represented.
Vrsar is a picturesque coastal town in Istria, Croatia. From Porec is just nine kilometers away. The inhabitants are mostly fishermen and winegrowers. Before the coast is a line of green islets. On the nearby hills are remains of Illyrian castles. From Roman settlement Usaria are traces in the port and its surroundings. From the Middle Ages have preserved the western town gates. Along them is the Church of St. Mary of the Sea, which is one of the most valuable Istrian Romanesque buildings.
The Island of Pag is located in the northern Adriatic Sea. The island has the longest coastline and it is the fifth-largest island of the Croatian coast. It has two mountain chains running parallel to the coast. The small main island town Pag occupies a sheltered bay facing the mainland. The Island of Pag is renowned for its delicious sheep’s cheese and its clean waters, but it is also well-known for its beautiful lace. The most known places in the island are Zrće, Novalja, Gajac, Metajna, Pag, Šimuni and others.
Pula is a three thousand year old town in the south of the Istrian peninsula. This is a city of gracious coves, pine groves, parks and floral squares, of intense history and an appealing cultural heritage. The Amphitheatre (Arena) is a renowned and absolutely the most attractive cultural monument that has lasted over 1900 years. The most important cultural heritage is also the Sergeian arch (Golden Gate), the Hercules’ Gate, the Dual Gate, Augustus’s Temple, the cathedral and many other.