Hello! My name is Romeo Demes and I`m a passionate writer and blogger who is travelling across the world to find his Juliet. I enjoy exploring new places and cultures and my biggest dream is to travel around the world in one big long trip with my best friends. My hometown is the beautiful Croatia, a popular tourist destination where I grew up and fell in love with the sea.
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Croatia is one of Europe’s finest holiday destinations - its beautiful coastline and over 1000 islands make it the ultimate place to visit for an unforgettable diving experience.
It is said that beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder; but for Croatia, beauty is one thing that can escape no beholder. This land has amazing tourist attractions, ranging from the beautiful beaches, the azure waters of the Adriatic, to the pristine beauty of the forested lands.
Hvar is a famous island in Croatia known for its beautiful beaches and crystal clear waters, delicious cuisine and tasty local wine. But Hvar is also more than that, because of its great location it is a secret tip among divers in Croatia.
Croatia is a country of spectacular diving possibilities; the diverse seabed of the Adriatic Sea attracts many tourists who enjoy the sights of the rich sea life. But the Adriatic is also known for its shipwrecks, some of them dating from Roman times; people have been sailing these waters for thousands of years. These wrecks, often preserved by corals and the fact that the tides of the Adriatic are mild, are now becoming tourist attractions.
Diving and swimming through a shipwreck is usually a dream come true for most if not all divers. Within the Croatian Adriatic, especially around the Vis Island, there are numerous giant sunken ships that have stood the test of time right at the bottom of the sea.