Trip to Smalto NJ – Where New York City Stays, Part 2

One of the most popular destinations in Croatia is the town of Novi Marof, located on the south side of the Croatian Dalmatian Coast. The coast, with its beautiful beaches and picturesque coves and bays is an ideal place for water sports, especially if you’re a beginner. The seacoast is also ideal for swimming, water skiing, sailing and windsurfing. But if you’re interested in hiking and more vigorous outdoor activities, you should head to the far south of the Dalmatian Coast – a region known as the Kvarner Valley. Novi Marof is a unique destination in that it’s a historic Roman fishing village that still stands to this day, complete with cobbled streets, cobbled stone paths and benches for visitors to sit and enjoy the region’s landscape and nightlife.

Trip to Novi Marof

There are two daily boats from Sesvete, the marina that lies at the mouth of the Dalmatian Sea, to Novi Marof, where you can fish. Traveling from Sestri, which is the marina nearest to the mouth of the Dalmatian Sea, takes about thirty minutes and you can pick up some good deals for lunch and drinks while you wait for your boat to leave. Traveling in the other direction from Sestri to Novi Marof can be equally interesting; you can also travel along the rocky coastline, go rafting down into the Adriatic sea or simply enjoy a walk along the shore and coast.

There are several travel packages available for a Smalto trip. The most popular package includes airfare, boat ride, and all the amenities of a comfortable room at the five-star rated hotel that you choose. Other Smalto itineraries include other Italian islands such as Venice and Sicily and trips to the Spanish island of Majorca, where you can soak up some sun on the beaches and enjoy fine cuisine. You can also plan a trip to the French Riviera, where you can bask in the splendor of the countryside and travel by train. Alternatively, you could also travel to Croatia, an independent country in the Adriatic sea, and have your trip completely made up, including accommodation, meals and transportation.

The great thing about going on a Smalto trip is that not only can you eat as you go, but there’s plenty of opportunity to shop. As well as a variety of fine Italian cuisine, you can also indulge in other local fare and shop in the old quarter of Dubrovnik, the former city center of Split. This part of Split was once an Italian trading post, and many of the old houses and shops have been renovated to sell authentic Croatian produce. While in Dubrovnik you can stop to visit the city’s two museums: the Boskovic Palace, which is the largest museum in Croatia, and the National Museum. These two museums will also show you some of the best examples of Croatian art, as well as some fabulous frescoes from the Renaissance era.

From Dubrovnik, you can head over to Rijeka, a port city on the southern coast of Adriatic Sea, and stay overnight in one of the charming bed and breakfasts. A typical Rijeka breakfast includes croissants and pastries, wine, fruit, meat, and coffee – it’s a great way to start your day. If you’re looking for more excitement, you can choose to visit the city’s many beaches, which are an absolute must if you’re a Smalto enthusiast. You can either snorkel or scuba dive the clear blue waters of the Dalmatian coast, or simply enjoy the tranquility of the waters with a good book or a glass of wine.

You may also be interested in staying closer to home and taking a trip to another part of Croatia, such as Zadar or Pula. These cities are equally beautiful and offer a great deal of history to go along with the water, such as Roman ruins and an ancient city. You can even take a day trip to Verban, the largest city in Croatia, which is also located on the Adriatic Sea and has lovely beachfront restaurants, bars, and other attractions to enjoy while you’re there.