This April Wellbe took care of a nice group from Sweden, with people coming from both the south of Sweden and the Stockholm area and we had great time.
Local population is often not aware of some interesting details or tales that have been “living” here in Pula but, somehow, they tend to be forgotten when not continuously mentioned and repeated.
However, one special and the first medical therapeutic beach was opened just at the beginning of the summer in Rovinj within the rehabilitation hospital we wrote about not long ago
Rovinj rehabilitation hospital has been a favourite holiday place for many international clients with various physical disabilities, for decades.
Word on the cobblestone street is Istria is the “new Tuscany.” I disagree. The landscape of this northern part of Croatia is less cultivated. It’s less wealthy.
Some of you have already visited the Croatian capital city, Zagreb. As in any other capital in the world, it has its big and small squares, boulevards, shopping streets and its many other special places.
There is no doubt that real summer weather has been dominating most of the Europe since the solstice. On the Adriatic swimming for the majority of locals and their guests started few weeks ago and is now in full swing.
Just before the beginning of this spring, Opatija is re-opening some of its grand parks and botanical garden that have been renewed and revitalized.
One would not immediately connect red color and Sweden but we managed to bump into the story that shows the ties, although the story goes nearly thirty years back...
The story of three grannies from the Italian Alpine village of Daone (Trentino) who, after several persistent attempts, managed to raise funds for their first seaside holiday on Croatian Adriatic.