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This is the town of Cavtat located south of the world famous city of Dubrovnik in southern Dalmatia.

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A little bit more of Cavtat .....



























Croatia is fast becoming one of the worlds premier sailing destinations with over 1100 islands and a great coastline that regularly becomes the playground of the rich and famous .....

 

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Arpels said:
:) I adore this small citys of Dalmacian coast, you took the photo of mi private yacht in the 7 pic SinCity :D, nice pics!!
These little Dalmatian towns are nice to visit them during summer time and spend there 2 or 3 weeks, but it is horrible to live there… I lived 2 years in Makarska. It is beautiful town durung the summer - girls, parties, wine, swimming - but during winter you are bored to death :(
 

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to live there all time could be a litle bit boring specialy wen we are from big aglomerations like Zagreb I agree but sometimes spend a nice week in winter there could be good to rest from the rush of a big city :eek:kay:
 

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Arpels said:
to live there all time could be a litle bit boring specialy wen we are from big aglomerations like Zagreb I agree but sometimes spend a nice week in winter there could be good to rest from the rush of a big city :eek:kay:
I think Long Foot doesnt like these little Dalmatian towns because of lack of highrise buildings ;) Although it is quite true that these towns literally hybernate during the winter, but when spring comes they start to blossom with a great night life, fun and joy of true mediterranien charm :)
 

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SinCity, you got me again lol, it is not really hard to predict me, is it ? ;) hehe :) This is a very nice bunch of Cavtat photos, thank you for showing them :)

I might just as well add some of mine then ;) :











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Its true things become very quiet in the cooler months, but thats a way of life no matter which part of the planet it is. Winter quietens everything, its just that in bigger cities, you can get better by in the cold months with more things to do.

But Arpels is right too, sometimes its nice to enjoy quiet tranqulity away from the chaos of big cities, even if its in the middle of winter.

One way to fix these problems is better transport. A lot of this places need better links to bigger cities so life isnt so boring. Even Dubrovnik in the dead of winter can be such a ghost town. Even where I originally came from like the city of Zadar is so dead in winter, but in summer it swells with life and fun. I personally like the way the seasons change, I'd hate it if it was non-stop summer all year round. :D

BTW - Nice pics Bubach, what is next on the menu???? :D
 

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BTW - Nice pics Bubach, what is next on the menu???? :D
I could go for the 'Zagreb - lower town' this time for a change :D
I might start it tonight with a few hotos ;) :)
 

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bubach_hlubach said:
I could go for the 'Zagreb - lower town' this time for a change :D
I might start it tonight with a few hotos ;) :)
Sounds really good, just a few pics to warm up old Long Foot into some action. :D I'll search fro some beauties too. :)
 

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Arpels said:
this city is very far from Zagreb?
about 520 kilometres away, and it is more of a small village than a city, it is only 12km from Dubrovnik so it is quite near major tourist spot.
 

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Arpels said:
is a litle bit far from Zagreb :uh:
I think it is about 650-700 km away from Zagreb, you can judge it by yourself just looking at this map :)

 
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