Using seaweed as a mulch and a fertiliser proved to be very satisfactory. Learn which plants benefit most and how to apply brown seaweed in your garden,
Yes, swimming in the Adriatic Sea in Croatia is regarded as generally safe as long as you take some precautions:
Always gradually enter into the water
Before jumping, make sure it’s deep enough
Many Croatian beaches are rocky or concrete. Some areas can be very slippery
If they’re not rocky, they are made up of pebbles. If you’re unstable, you can twist an ankle. Or worse, be ridiculed.
Waves can be exciting, but treacherous
Sea urchins lurk among the rocks
Swimming too far away from the coastline or outside of the designated beach limits can be highly risky because of water scooters and speed boats
If you fall asleep on a floating air mattress, you will need to get a ferry back from Italy. Or swim back.
What are the most popular alcoholic drinks (spirits) in Croatia?
1.Liqueurs, especially Pelinkovac and Jägermeister
3.Whiskey and gin
Are you looking for something to take back from Croatia? Something cheap, original, authentic, and truly Croatian? Here’s a list of DIY Croatian souvenirs:make your own Adriatic Sea salt
find coloured glass pebbles
search for small driftwood sculptures
pick pieces of Croatian limestone
NO. Temperatures across Croatia go down as winter approaches.
Winter temperatures in parts of Croatia away from the Adriatic Sea often get below freezing point, with occasional snowfall.
Winters by the Adriatic Sea are much milder, but the perception of cold may still be intense. Snow is uncommon, though.
There are around 30 species of sharks in Croatia
In the past 150 years, 9 people were killed by sharks. The last attack happened in 2008.
Although the probability of a shark attack in Croatia is really insignificant, you may take some precautions anyway.
There are around 16 species of snakes in Croatia. Most are totally harmless. Except for the 3. Yikes. But take heart, Croatians are known to be brutal to snakes.
Expect to see the snakes at national parks, in the bush, and especially in the mountains. Or just look away.
If you’re bitten by a viper, take a deep breath, relax, observe the wound and… cry for HELP!
Fine floating particles absorb and scatter sunlight in ways that can give water a striking blue-green, or turquoise, colour.
These particles, which come into existence by means of a fascinating natural process, consist of minerals and algae.
In a well coordinated play of nature, the deposits of these particles eventually form barriers, or dams, creating lakes and waterfalls
The lakes and waterfalls actually perpetuate the creation of the fine particles, amplifying the entire process.
Kamen Mali Beach has the clearest water in Cavtat
Kamen Mali Beach has the most stunning view in Cavtat
Kamen Mali Beach has a perfect combination of Man and Nature
Kamen Mali Beach is so romantic at sunset
Kamen Mali Beach is so exciting when it’s windy
Generally speaking, tap water in Croatia is tasty and perfectly safe to drink
In some areas of Croatia tap water may become unsafe after heavy rains. You will then be advised to boil the water or buy bottled water.
Unless you want to try some of Croatia’s prised mineral waters, always specify that you want tap water.