Olive Touch 2021

Indulge your senses this fall and enjoy the benefits of olives. Visit the olive groves of Dubašnica, from which the top quality olive oil originates with many years of gold medals from the most prestigious exhibitions of olive oils in the world, and the only olive oil from the Kvarner area that is included in Flos Olei, a guide among the 500 best olive oils in the world. Olive harvesting by traditional methods, tasting of olive oil, as well as other island specialties awaits you. Experience the past and the way of life of the locals with an interpretive walk and visit to cultural sights, enjoy the romantic packages and gastronomic delights of local high-class hotels, with wellness programs based on olive products.

Like Lika Festival

Lika is a mountain plateau in the southwest of central Croatia, broken down by smaller mountain ranges which, transforming directly into the Adriatic coast, form a rarely seen relief. Most of the area of Lika consists of national parks (Plitvice Lakes, Paklenica, and Northern Velebit) interspersed with Croatian subterranean rivers (Gacka, Lika, Otuča, Krbava, Korenica, and the river Una, which springs in Lika). In addition to natural sights, springs of rivers, lakes, waterfalls, a wealth of national and cave parks, Lika preserves and reveals the rich cultural and historical heritage of Croatia. We inherit the traces of human settlement of this paradise land from prehistory, through the ancient Iron Age Japodes, ancient Illyricum, and the medieval Old Croatian parishes of the Croatian Kingdom to the present day. Like Lika Festival permeates authentic natural and ancient cultural locations with top musical performances of serious and contemporary music, while the combination of untouched nature, ancient history, and music reveals all the smells, colours, tastes, and sounds of Lika. Lika is a destination you want to experience, visit, explore, listen, and breathe to the fullest!

Like Lika Festival

Lika is a mountain plateau in the southwest of central Croatia, broken down by smaller mountain ranges which, transforming directly into the Adriatic coast, form a rarely seen relief. Most of the area of Lika consists of national parks (Plitvice Lakes, Paklenica, and Northern Velebit) interspersed with Croatian subterranean rivers (Gacka, Lika, Otuča, Krbava, Korenica, and the river Una, which springs in Lika). In addition to natural sights, springs of rivers, lakes, waterfalls, a wealth of national and cave parks, Lika preserves and reveals the rich cultural and historical heritage of Croatia. We inherit the traces of human settlement of this paradise land from prehistory, through the ancient Iron Age Japodes, ancient Illyricum, and the medieval Old Croatian parishes of the Croatian Kingdom to the present day. Like Lika Festival permeates authentic natural and ancient cultural locations with top musical performances of serious and contemporary music, while the combination of untouched nature, ancient history, and music reveals all the smells, colours, tastes, and sounds of Lika. Lika is a destination you want to experience, visit, explore, listen, and breathe to the fullest!

IJF World Judo Tour Zagreb Grand Prix 2021

Zagreb will host more than 600 top judokas from six continents and more than 70 countries at the Zagreb Grand Prix at the sports hall Dom sportova. Croatia is already known as one of the most desirable destinations for top judo events, and its reputation in the judo world has been upgraded with Barbara Matić (category up to 70 kilograms) winning the title of world champion in Budapest! Zagreb Grand Prix is broadcasted to 190 countries worldwide, while for all those who cannot be in the hall, there is a live broadcast by Croatian Radio Television (HTV 2), all three days of the competition.

IJF World Judo Tour Zagreb Grand Prix 2021

Zagreb will host more than 600 top judokas from six continents and more than 70 countries at the Zagreb Grand Prix at the sports hall Dom sportova. Croatia is already known as one of the most desirable destinations for top judo events, and its reputation in the judo world has been upgraded with Barbara Matić (category up to 70 kilograms) winning the title of world champion in Budapest! Zagreb Grand Prix is broadcasted to 190 countries worldwide, while for all those who cannot be in the hall, there is a live broadcast by Croatian Radio Television (HTV 2), all three days of the competition.

Istria 300

Istria300 is a bike event intended for ambitious cyclists from all over the world. The distance of 300 km represents a magical number for every cyclist, and it is a good reason why one should come to Poreč and Istria for this event. It is also an opportunity for the international participants to fit this event into their staying in the Republic of Croatia and visiting other parts of the country as well. The concept that enables the cyclists to change the longest route and to ride distances of either 235 or 155 km will open the mass market and guarantee the cyclists that they would finish the ride on the closed Istrian roads successfully.
Bitte warten Sie einen Moment!