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Pakostane
Croatia

Spectacular view on the town of Pakostane with around the marina's.

In the comforts of the Mediterranean nature and the beauty of the Pakoštane Rivera, everybody can find his own piece of the summer paradise, children playing on the sand, adults in the shade of the pine wood, and those in love in hidden coves of neighbouring islets.

Gourmets can enjoy in domestic spe-cialities; cheese, smoked ham, lamb meat, and lovers of seafood in fresh fish, shells, scampi and good Dalmatian wines.

Pakoštane offers its guests an un-forgettable experience of summer with memories of odours of the sea and the old pine wood.

http://www.pakostane.hr/onama_EN.php

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Uploaded: 17/03/2010
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Tags: sailing; nature; recreation. tourism; adriatic sea; warm; relaxing; beautiful
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