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In that case, you should set out to the north of Zagreb and enjoy the blessings offered by Central Croatia. Begin with the area known as Hrvatsko zagorje, a wonderful undulating landscape crisscrossed by hills and rivers, and within it the town of Krapina, the famous archaeological locality of Homo Krapiniensis. Located in that part of an area that has always been known for its thermal springs, and therefore spas like Tuhelj Spa (Tuheljske toplice) and Stubica Spa (Stubičke toplice), Krapina has been placed on the world map by Prof.

So wrote George Bernard Shaw when reminiscing about this breathtakingly beautiful archipelago. Talking about this incomparable creation of nature, the largest group of islands in the Mediterranean, suffice it to say that the number of these stellar tears petrified in the sea equals the number of days in a year. Here, the saying “an island for each day of the year” really does apply, and of the 365 strikingly beautiful isles, 150 form a quite special entity: the Kornati National Park. The sight of the lace-like pattern of island cliffs, bleached by the noble salt of the Adriatic and lashed by the fragrance-saturated bora, plummeting into the sea, is one that has no equal anywhere, while at the same time the mellow, tiny ports and hidden beaches are a true paradise for modern-day Robinsons seeking unspoiled nature.

Begin with the area known as Hrvatsko zagorje, a wonderful undulating landscape crisscrossed by hills and rivers, and within it the town of Krapina, the famous archaeological locality of Homo Krapiniensis. Located in that part of an area that has always been known for its thermal springs, and therefore spas like Tuhelj Spa (Tuheljske toplice) and Stubica Spa (Stubičke toplice), Krapina has been placed on the world map by Prof. Dragutin Gorjanović-Kramberger who, back in 1899, discovered remains of a diluvial man in the locality of Hušnjakovo brdo.

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