This park is one of the most visited internal monuments in Croatia, surrounded by steep forested hills, surrounded by sixteen emerald lake lakes, linked together by large waterfalls, and includes a network of pedestrian paths, and wooden bridges, and the entry ticket includes boat rides in its lakes, which is It is a good environment for wild animals, including wolves, bears, eagles, hawks, and owls.
This castle is located on top of a high plateau in northern Croatia, and its construction dates back to the thirteenth century AD, was opened to the public in 1953 AD, and turned into a museum that includes many historical exhibits about the region, the castle, and the history of Croatia in general, and a lake was also built Artificial bottom of the plateau, which added to the beauty of the view of this castle.
This historical landmark is located in Pula, and it is one of the most famous monuments in it, and dates back to the first century AD, and overlooks the port located in the northeast of the old city, and is a huge and oval runway, with a length of 133 meters, a width of 105 meters, and a height of 32 meters, to be considered the sixth largest A Romen amphitheater in the world, it was designed to hold wrestling competitions in it, and can accommodate up to 20 thousand spectators, and concerts and film festivals are still being held for the local people today.
Zlatni Rat Beach or the Golden Horn
This beach located in Pol is one of the most famous beaches in Croatia, and it forms the southern coast of Brac Island, and it consists of small pebbles, and it extends vertically 500 meters, and its shape changes according to the local winds and currents in different seasons, and behind it a group of pine trees that cast a shadow on it, as well as behind it Overlooked by the Vidova Gora mountain, swimming can be in the sea there during the summer months from June to September, or from May to October.