Last year we decided to form a new Lowriders tradition – a Christmas giveaway which we will be repeating every year at the same time – when the temperature reaches 0 Celsius and there is nothing we would like more but to pack our bags and head to some warmer corner of the world.
It may not have the samba-fuelled antics of Rio de Janeiro or the giddy opulence of Venice, but Rijeka wins at carnivals when it comes to sheer stamina: with the Croatian port town staging an entire month of festivities through February. A recent revival of a medieval tradition, the highlight of the carnival is the 10,000-strong parade, with locals marching
2018 is approaching at the fast pace and we decided to treat you with a unique present. We are rolling our first Christmas giveaway! Get your fully equipped camper van and discover wonders of Croatia before it gets crazily crowded. Merry Christmas!
Just as we were crossing off last available days in September on our calendar, an email hit our inbox. Pretty confident introduction, statistically presented information and thorough itinerary for a trip led to a collaboration with Sandro and Boris, two brothers originally from Rijeka, Croatia – more known as Brotherside, a name under which these two fellows are branding their
The arts have long been burgeoning in Croatia, as evidenced by a number of Croatia’s festivals, many of which have been among the country’s cultural highlights for decades. From one of contemporary music’s biggest festivals, to a traditional folklore fest and even a cutting-edge electronica festival, discover Croatia’s most interesting festivals. MUSIC BIENNALE ZAGREB Zagreb, in April Since 1961,
The Peljesac Chanel between the Peljesac Peninsula and Korcula Island is a well-known windsurfing area due to the deep water between the two and friendly Mistral breeze – bliss for sunbathers but equally handy for kite and windsurfers alike. Mistral is a “benevolent”, a friendly wind looked forward by sailors and all those who enjoy the summer season under
More and more people are choosing to travel to Croatia on holiday and it’s not difficult to see why. Almost 2,000 kilometers of sparkling, sun-drenched Dalmatian coastline await sun worshippers, with hundreds of islands offshore begging to be explored. As a beach destination, we think Croatia has got it all. Since many visitors are so dazzled by the perfect, pine-fringed beaches, turquoise
Paradise for wild campers If you’re looking for an authentic island experience with truly untouched nature, look no further than Lastovo. It’s not the easiest place to get to, but it’s well worth the effort and taking the paths less traveled means finding more spots for that wild camping that we are all dreaming about. Lastovo, or island of bright
Chances are that if you’ve ever heard of Croatia, it was in the context of atrocious warfare. Some of the bloodiest conflict since the end of World War II was waged in the Balkan region during the breakup of the former Yugoslavia, and the scars, both physical and psychological, have yet to fully heal. But for anyone who’s actually visited Croatia, it’s
With so many places to see in Croatia that are off the beaten track, the freedom of your own four wheels will definitely come in handy. Croatia is a truly paradise and it is a great destination for road trip. There’s 1000km of coast at your disposal in Croatia, and almost as many islands. There are forests and meadows, rivers and