Saturday, 22 June 2013


A few photos from my recent trip to Croatia - beautiful country, stunning scenery, friendly people - and blue skies and sunshine all week!

Between Dubrovnik and Split

The bay at Omis (just outside our hotel)

Waterfall in Krka National Park

A sail down the Krka River to Skradin

Cafes and bars outside Diocletian's Palace in Split

Father Christmas - in flip-flops - at Trogir!

An evening sail up the Cetina River from Omis

The bridge at Mostar in Bosnia-Herzegovina

The main street in Dubrovnik Old Town

One of the many streets of steps in the Old Town

Walls of the Old Town

View of Dubrovnik from the south

Wall of the Old Town at Kotor in Montenegro

Montenegro's 'inland sea'

Sunset - from our hotel near Dubrovnik


  1. I love this corner of the world, lovely

  2. Beautiful... I can't wait till September when we go to Croatia. Thank you for sharing your photos :)

  3. Everything looks so peaceful. I am happy for the Croatian people. They've had more than their share of upheavals and strife.

  4. Claudia, it really is wonderful, isn't it?

    Awen, hope you enjoy your visit.

    Suzie, it really it stunning, my photos don't really do it justice.

    You're right, Ana. Croatia has seen a lot of upheaval over the centuries, including the war in the 1990s. Hopefully, things will remain more settled now.

  5. Lovely photos. I like the Eastern European place names, even when I can't pronounce them.

  6. Thanks, Jan. I had problems with some of the names too, especially one of the waiters' name - Srecko, pronounced Shreshko (I think!)

  7. Wow, those are such gorgeous photos, Paula. Am envious!

  8. Many thanks, Damyanti and Jen - it really is a beautiful country.