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Pisak Croatia
Croatia

The village of Pisak is located south of Split, on the so named Makarska Riviera. It is a very calm and quit village that contains many small bed & breakfast houses as well as pensions where many tourists spent their holidays far away from the city rush. Pisak has expanded much in the last years and offers just the best kind of view over the Adriatic sea.

Copyright: Hans Molenkamp
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Tags: holiday; yachting; cruise; watersports; dalmatia; croatia; adriatic; adria
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