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The earth has music for those who listen. – George Santayana

It must be that South of Istria is an excellent listener, in respect to this spectacular gift it has received. Wondering what I'm talking about? Neither more nor less than the paradise on the Earth, the southernmost point of Istria, a place where you can still feel the spirit of bygone ages when dinosaurs ruled the world - the Cape Kamenjak!

Croatia has 1246 islands along the Adriatic coast. Some of them are inhabited and some of them are not. Some of them are national parks, others are famous for beautiful sandy beaches and some for parties such as island of Pag!

Brač - it’s 396 km2 make it the third largest island in the Adriatic sea. It is a famous tourist destination, known for its divine beaches, delicious food, and the whitest stone in the world. In it are settled down more than 20 villages –  with eight municipalities Supetar, Sutivan, Postira, Nerežišća, Pučišća, Selca, Milna i Bol. All of them are united in one municipality. However, each of them has something unique that can attract your attention and make your vacation unforgettable.

More and more people around the world are choosing to learn Croatian as a foreign language. The reasons are many and varied: some need it for business, others are visiting the country as tourists or want to find out about their Croatian roots and there are also instances of families wishing to relocate to Croatia. By learning the language, they are making it much easier for themselves when they first arrive and smoothing their path to fit into the life and culture of the country.

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