The Red Corals of Zlarin

On the island of Zlarin, in the Adriatic Sea of Croatia, red corals have always had magical power.

Croatian travel writer Anita Palada takes us to the bottom of the sea, with coral hunter Mirko Milosević, and to the workshop of coral jeweller Miro Bešker. Here, he transforms the unprocessed aquatic gemstones to unique and acclaimed pieces of jewellery. Like a stone carver, Miro senses the energy of each raw coral and liberates the jewel inside. 

Here’s the story of The Red Corals of Zlarin.

Gorski Kotar – Nature adventure & wildlife

In a post-covid world we’re taking to the woods like never before. Here, we can experience a calm and sense of presence that escapes us in urban life. Croatian Travel journalist and nature lover Anita Palada takes us deep into the mountains of Gorski Kotar in Croatia, where nature photographer Romeo Mance goes photo hunting in Ravna Gora forest.

Here, there’s life. Wild life.

Lika: Landscape of 1000 Natural Attractions

Croatian Travel journalist Anita Palada takes us to the enchanted landscape of Lika and the thousand waterfalls of Plitvice lakes. It’s a landscape – and history – defined by its running waters.

She discovers the folklore and fairy-tales, that are tied to the region and shares the legends of Lika and its abundant waters.

Klis – Fortress, Food & Game of Thrones

Travel journalist Anita Palada travels back in history, to the cradle of the Croatian region of Dalmatia. The imposing fortress of Klis is tied to the origins of Dalmatia and has served as stronghold for kings and last defence against Ottoman forces that lay siege of Klis for decades.

It commands the mountainous hinterland of seafront Split and has a history and heritage that far supersedes its imaginary role as Meereen in Game of Thrones. The true facts and faces of Klis are way more interesting than fiction.

Croatian wines – Phenomenal & Presidential

Travel journalist and wine enthusiast Anita Palada continues her investigation of the indigenous grapes of Croatia and finds how wines with unfamiliar names such as Dingač and Crljenak end up on the table of US President Joe Biden.

Dalmatian winegrowers are pouring their heart and soul into these magical drops. They know that nothing great in this world has ever been created without emotions, including the intoxicating wines of Dingač and Zinfandel!

Istria – from lazy sunbathers to frantic families

The Istrian peninsula has grown immensely popular among holiday-seekers from all over Europe, as it has everything it takes to satisfy the whole family: Clear blue waters for the kids, sun and shopping for the teenagers, culture and good food for the parents. And all at a more affordable price than in, let’s say Italy.…