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Plitvice Tour from Split – What to See and Experience?

Plitvice tour from Split is quickly becoming one of Sugaman's most recognizable tours. It is no wonder though, as we have made significant efforts into constant improvements of the tour to make this trip as much enjoyable and memorable to our dear guest. So, when you decide on Plitvice tour from Split with us you can count on comfortable transportation in air-conditioned vehicle with free Wi-Fi during entire ride. It is a full guided tour and with the earphones (headset) we provide you at the start of the tour you can clearly understand our enthusiastic and knowledgeable tour guide while explaining different attractions along the Plitvice Lakes tour. In this guide we will try to reveal to you at least a small portion of the...

Omis Excursions Presented by Sugaman Tours

Dear friends, we are proud to announce that from 2017 you will be able to book Sugaman's most popular day trips with our brand new Omis Excursions program. From our new office located at Poljički trg 8A, in downtown Omis we will take you to unique Omis tours, most popular tours from Split (now available from Omis) and on few excursions unique to Omis destination. Sugaman’s Signature Excursions Already well known and most popular Sugaman's signature Blue Cave and Hvar tour from Split is now available every day from city of Omis. This tour is perfect tour to sightsee different Dalmatian islands and popular destinations as, during as single day, you will visit six of Split islands and islets (Bisevo, Vis, Ravnik, Budikovac, St. Klement...

Things to do in Trogir in One Hour

As a part of our popular half-day tour from Split to Blue Lagoon we stop at the city of Trogir where you spend approximately one and a half hours. Even though that doesn’t seem to be enough time even for a coffee, if you drink it like Croatians do :), you can still see much of the attractions located in Trogir old town. You may not notice it, as we arrive by our speedboat through Trogir sea channel, the old town of Trogir is actually located on a small island. The north side is divided by the mainland by a man-made channel, while on the south side Trogir is adjacent to the island Ciovo which is connected to Trogir old town with a bridge resulting...

Split to Hvar Day Trip

Most people agree that Hvar is the most impressive of all the Islands in Adriatic region. It's urban culture, historical monuments and above all natural beauty makes it hard not to think so. Even if it's not as close as some other Islands, Hvar is surely the most famous one. As it is considered to be the sunniest spot in Europe with over 2700 hours of sun per year, least you can expect is a sunny day. But Hvar has much more to offer. It's over 60 kilometers long. Can you imagine how many beaches does it have? Or, have many hidden spots there are? Thousands. And all of them can be seen as true natural beauties. Most of them are not in city of...

One Night of Partying in Hvar from Split

Even though clubbing and nighlife scene in Split is getting increasingly better year after year as more and more specialized night clubs are being opened throughout this 1700 year old city, having a night out on the island, particularly in Hvar, is a completely different experience. Why is that so? There is something different in the atmosphere of the island. The moment you arrive, the Mediterranean scent of the surrounding vegetation, sound of the sea hitting on the shore and numerous colorful bars and restaurants each with its own unique story makes you feel instantly relaxed, happy and ready to immerse in the vibrant energy created by happy people you'll find on every corner in Hvar town. #gallery-11 { margin: auto; } #gallery-11 .gallery-item {...

Cathedral of St Jacob in Sibenik

The first interesting thing you need to know about St Jacob Cathedral in Sibenik is that it is really not its name. Since in Croatian language the same name is used for both James and Jacob the Cathedral mistakenly got its name St. Jacob Cathedral even though it has been dedicated to St. James the Great. Nevertheless we will continue to call it the Cathedral of St. Jacob. The second interesting thing you need to know about St. Jacob Cathedral in Sibenik is that it is the only structure of any kind in the entire Europe which was built entirely from stone. There are no wooden parts or joints that were used in constructing this unique Cathedral. The third interesting thing about St. Jacob Cathedral...

Join us on the tour to Magnificent Plitvice Lakes National Park from Split

During the summer season in Split, to be more precise from 1st of May till 15th of October, you can join our tour and visit the true Croatian National wonder. The tour to Plitvice Lakes National Park departs every day from Split at 07:15 AM when we begin picking up our guests. Just this year Pinterest has made a statement that Plitvice Lakes are one of the most pinned summer destinations in the world. This is not a wonder considering how much natural beauty you encounter on each step of Plitvice Lakes tour. Of course majority of this beauty gets captured on the camera and then shared, pinned and repined by every nature lover out there. Most of the times these natural oasis are far...

Visit Skradinski Buk and Krka Waterfalls, the most beautiful landscape of Krka National Park

Calcium carbonate is the main chemical compound found in rocks, marine animal shells and is the main component found in pearls. Skradinski buk, on the other hand, is the most beautiful European calcium carbonate waterfalls system. You will notice this effect as you watch the play of light on many of Krka's whirlpools. Skradinski buk is most famous for its travertine system, the largest travertine system in Europe, spreading over eight hundred meters in length and between two hundred and four hundred meters in width. Cascades of the Krka waterfalls are primarily composed of lakes with islands and travertine barriers. There are 17 waterfall cascades in Skradinski buk. The cascades on the upper part of Krka river are composed of travertine islands, thresholds and barriers...

Stiniva Vis Voted the Most Beautiful Beach in Europe

Stiniva Beach on the south side of the Croatian island Vis has been voted the most beautiful beach in Europe by the European Best Destinations website. The website's visitors chose Stiniva among close to 300 most beautiful European beaches. Stiniva was named one of the 15 most beautiful European beaches by as many as 88% of the 10,000 voters, while 66% voted it the most beautiful beach. Stiniva has taken prime over some truly amazing beaches like Tossa de mar on Costa Brava in Spain, Berlanga Island in Portugal, Kavalikefta beach on Lefkada in Greece or Armaçao de Pera Beach in Portugal. Trip Advisor, on the other hand, with it's powerful user rating system has provided us with the proof that Stiniva is the number...

Visit Trogir on our Blue Lagoon Tour from Split

From the Blue Lagoon we continue our tour towards the old town of Trogir at around noon, on the morning tour and at around 05:00 PM on the afternoon tour. The first part of the journey takes around 20 minutes till we enter the bay of Trogir when we need to slow down our speedboat and follow the regulations when entering bays and ports in the Adriatic. Depending on the wind strength and the sea conditions on the first part of the trip till we reach Trogir channel (channel between Trogir old town and island Ciovo) there may be some spraying of the sea on the speedboat. This is because the wind and the waves are coming from the left side of our speedboat and...
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