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6 incredible things to do while visiting Croatia on a luxury yacht

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For film lovers and romantics

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Pula Film Festival

In the spectacular and atmospheric Roman amphitheatre where gladiators once thrilled crowds, Pula now hosts an annual film festival, with a programme of national and international films.

Pula is also a popular starting point for private cruises or luxury yacht charters in Croatia, particularly if you are looking to explore Northern Croatia.

Picture courtesy of Pula Film Festival/Facebook.com

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For culture vultures

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Arsenal in Zadar

Built in the 18th century to service the naval fleet that protected the Venetian Republic’'s valuable trade routes, The Arsenal in Zadar has been transformed into a centre for art and entertainment, bringing together elements of history, music, art, food and wine.

It hosts musicians, singers, concerts, parties and exhibitions, and has a lounge bar as well as the Amory restaurant in the gallery which opens on demand for reservations of groups of at least 10, serving traditional Croatian cuisine with local and imported wines. There are several shops, including a wine merchant.

Picture courtesy of Zadar Arsenal/Facebook.com

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For nature lovers

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Dolphins in Croatia

Blue World’'s bottlenose dolphins undoubtedly have an easier time getting adopted than the Griffon Vultures, such is the advantage of their natural beauty and charm. Founded in 1999, Blue World continued the work of the Adriatic Dolphin Project started in 1987, which includes a marine reserve and education centre, involving turtles as well as dolphins.

In 2007 —– declared Year of the Dolphin by the United Nations — –Blue World spotted 108 groups in the course of 104 trips from its Veli Losinj base, and 19 groups in 14 trips from its Vis base. Though undoubtedly still in need of protection, there’'s a good chance of a sighting almost everywhere in Croatia’'s Adriatic, which just adds to the delights of the area.

Picture courtesy of Roman Tsubin/Shutterstock.com

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