Croatia is a country with a varied climate; continental in the north and Mediterranean in the coastal regions. The landscape ranges from mountains in the north (World Cup Ski Championship is held here every January) to miles, in fact 5,825.3 kilometers of unspoilt coastline festooned with pine, hibiscus, olive and fig trees. There are 1,244 islands of which only 66 are inhabited; Croatia is a particular favorite with sailors, as well as those wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life to enjoy the piece and tranquility on the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic. Croatia has become a popular tourist destination more recently and can offer serenity and beautiful beaches, stunning Venetian architecture, endless sunshine, fantastic seafood and restaurants and a new vibrant and exciting party scene with music and dance festivals. The English press and dance scene are widely calling it the ''new cool and sophisticated Ibiza''.
Croatia is also fast becoming known not only as a fantastic holiday choice but also a sought-after gastronomical destination. D'issa intends to maintain this tradition and supply its customers with the highest quality food and wine, and introduce the UK market to the delicious food produced with utmost care for the environment and in many cases, in accordance with centuries old artisan production methods.
Brac Island in the town of Bol, Croatia. One of the most beautiful and sought after beaches in Croatia.
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