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ENTERING CROATIA BY BOAT On arrival in Croatian waters, the yacht must take the shortest route to Port of Entry and wait for the officials to come to the yacht for clearance. In marinas, the staff will call the relevant officials. The skipper of a vessel entering the Republic of Croatia by sea is required to sail, by the shortest route, into the nearest designated port of entry for passport control, and must do the…
The average summer temperatures in coastal area of Croatia range from 26 to 30 Celsius degrees.During the winter average temperature ranges from 5 to 15°C. Snow is very rare in coastal parts of Croatia. The swimming season lasts from May to September. Average sea temperatures during summer months are between 22 °C and 25 °C while the lowest temperature is 7 °C in winter 7. Average daily air temperatures in Croatia Average sea temperature in…
There are 718 islands and islets, 289 rocks and 78 reefs along the Croatian coastline and that is why Croatia is known as the country of 1000 islands. Average depth of Adriatic Sea is about 173 metres Adriatic sea is much deaper on the South than on the North. For example, the highest depth of the sea in Istria is 50 m, while at istand of Palagruža it reaches up to 250 m and around…
BURA wind arrives from north-east and blows from the inland towards the sea. It is cold and strong wind which brings nice weather. Bura creates small very short and choppy waves. JUGO is warm wind from the south blowing from the sea towards the land. It brings rough seas, heavy clouds and rain.MAESTRAL is a typical summer northwestern wind which blows during beautiful and stable weather. It usually starts blowing around noon and drops with…
There are seven marine protected areas in Croatia:
"Those who wish to see heaven on earth should come to Dubrovnik." George Bernard ShawFlora  In terms of the number and variety of species of flora, Croatia is one of the richest countries in Europe. There is a huge diversity, which in some locations reaches up to 3000 plant varieties on Velebit and the Kvarner islands. This is extremely rare, especially on the surface area of such a small country like Croatia. The untouched green areas…
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