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Investors, project designers and construction companies appear to have all gotten what they wanted from the new Urban Development Master Plan (GUP) – the opportunity to build throughout Zagreb in a much less constricted way. The paper lists the...

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Croatia special: a star is born


A Sunday Times article about Croatia and its merits:


Croatia special: a star is born

Croatia has entered the Mediterranean big league, but how can you get the best from the 'New Riviera'? David Wickers shows the way

A ferry passes by the famous Croatian beach of Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape) on the southern island of Brac
These days, it’s not hard to find a contented Croat. While many popular Mediterranean destinations grapple with a downturn, last summer was a bonanza in the Balkans, with UK visitors up by 40% on 2003. This year’s prospects look perky, too: 15 tour operators are featuring Croatia for the first time, and those that dipped their toe in the Med’s clearest water in 2004 are now diving headlong into other parts of the country — and splashing cash about wherever they go.

Since much of Croatia is a long narrow strip of coast, it’s an obvious candidate for the classic sunny summer holiday. Having emerged from the bust-up of old Yugoslavia with the lion’s share of the shore, it offers almost 1,000 miles of seaside, reaching all the way from the Slovenian border to the Montenegrin one. And should you run out of mainland, there are still 1,185 islands to play on — many of them as easy to reach as the Isle of Wight from Hants.

There’s more. Far from being packaged just for indolent pleas- ures, the self-styled “New Riviera” comes with a storehouse of Unesco- protected cities, founded by the Venetians in the Middle Ages to show off their maritime supremacy. Some of our leading purveyors of cultural holidays — history buffs Martin Randall, archeologists Andante, wine-loving Arblaster & Clarke — are now featuring Croatia; while sporty outfits such as Saddle Skedaddle and Seafarer Cruises will this year add to its activity-holiday options. There’s even a cosmetic-surgery package (see, so you can guarantee to go home looking younger than when you went away.

Speaking of nips and tucks, Croatia has been chalking up an impressive list of celebrity patrons. Roll those credits for 2004: Tom Cruise, Steven Spielberg, John Malkovich, Sting, Gwyneth Paltrow, José Carreras, to name just a few. Click here for more


Other News:

Tourism Doing Well Across the Board, 16.08.2007.

Croatia too Expensive for Tourists, 29.06.2007.

Tourists Choosing Cheaper Destinations, 15.05.2007.

GTC to Build First 'Proper' Golf Course, 25.04.2007.

Poor Tourist Profits, 19.04.2007.



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