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Boka Bay

Bay of Kotor and Boka Bay is located between mountains and Orijen Lovcen, has a winding coast about 105km long. It consists of four connected straits. The entrance to the Bay is between Cape Ostro and Azra and wide is 2950m. Verige wide strait is only 340m. The entrance to the Gulf and the Straits are the Bay of Kotor is one of the most sheltered bays in the world. Because toge here developed maritime industry, science and architecture. The Bay of Kotor is situated seven islands Sv. Marko, Mamula, Our Lady of the Rocks, Vol. George, Milosrdja Island flowers and Ma la Madonna. At the end point of the Bay of Kotor is a city that is the UNSC declared world cultural heritage.



Greece out of the Aegean, Ionian, and Mediterranean Sea between Albania and Turkey. The coastline is very jagged, with a multitude of islands, peninsulas and bays. Their coastline is the second indentation in Europe. Greece has around 1400 islands. Of that number, only 227 of them are inhabited. Of all the inhabited islands only 78 lived more than 100 inhabitants of the largest and most important islands are Crete, Evbeja, Rhodes, Corfu.


Budva Riviera

Budva Riviera is a central part of Montenegrin coast, with an area of ​​122 km2, with a population of about 20.000. At a distance of 25 kilometers string of 17 small and large beautiful sandy beaches, ranging from Jaz to the north, to the beach in Buljarici far south of Budva. Budva has a typical Mediterranean climate with mild, rainy winters and long, hot and dry summers. The average temperature in January is 8 C and in July 24.8 C. Budva has 2,300 hours of sunshine per year, which puts it in the top tourist cities in the Mediterranean. The sea temperature varies from 11.7 C in February to 24.7 C in August. Between May and October the average temperature over 18 C, which means that the bathing season lasts for six months, average number of sunny days per year is 240


South Croatian

South Croatian coast and Dalmatia is a geographic region on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea. It covers an area of about 11 960 km2, and the coastal strip has a length of about 400 km. Today the term refers to the Dalmatia region of the island of Pag to Konavli, and Cape Ostro in the south. In the Dalmatian sea, without the Pag island, located 926 large and small islands. Bigger and better known islands are: Pag, Dugi Otok, Kornati, Hvar, Brac, Korcula, Vis, Lastovo, Apple and Brusnik, Mljet and Peljesac peninsula.


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