Magic of the sea

Magic of the sea

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Use your vacation to enjoy the therapeutic powers of seawater! Swimming and salt-water baths boost immunity and circulation and improve overall health. They reduce pain and soften the skin. The magic of seawater activates our healing mechanisms and strengthens our defence system. Magical seawater, that has a similar composition as blood plasma, contains up to 92 minerals and trace elements that are important for human health. Our organism can naturally absorb all these elements because its mineral composition is similar to the composition of seawater. By absorbing sea minerals, our body eliminates toxins. The level of blood oxygen increases and the best part is that we don't even have to touch the sea to enjoy its benefits. The sea air itself is full of negatively charged ions that act as…
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Source of health

Source of health

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Our star, the Sun, is the source of all energy that our body consumes, the source of life. Since ancient times, people have known the benefits that the sun has for health and longevity. Even if we wouldn't eat anything, sunlight, air and water would be enough for us to survive. Sunlight is a key link in human health and it is important to know its significance for health and happiness. It affects more than a hundred bodily functions: vitamin D synthesis, harmonization of vital functions based on the information about light that is received through our eyes, increase in resistance to stress and inflammation, detoxification, elimination of depression, weight loss and prevention of numerous diseases. Our sun is the source of spiritual strength and good mood. Use every bit…
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Breath of life

Breath of life

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“Meet the sun and the wind with more of your skin and less of your raiment, for the breath of life is in the sunlight and the hand of life is in the wind.“ (Khalil Gibran) Find out more about the most common winds in Dalmatia so that you could learn to love them. Bora or the north wind is a strong wind that mostly blows during the colder months in the northern part of the east coast of the Adriatic Sea. It usually lasts for about three days and blows in gusts. It significantly affects the lives of people, organisms and vegetation. It comes from the land and blows toward the sea. It is created when cold air from the inland blows down steep mountain slopes and achieves speed…
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Heart of Dalmatia

Heart of Dalmatia

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“Listening to Dalmatian songs, I realized that Croatian people have a soul that should be shown to the world“, said Paulo Coelho. Indeed, listening to the songs of Dalmatian vocal bands – klape – takes you on a journey to the heart of Dalmatia. Dalmatians have been pouring their emotions and love into songs since ancient times. Through these extremely melodious songs, you will get to know Dalmatia. They are what gives sense to the whole story. These songs tell of overcoming difficult times in history, but also of everyday experiences. They are inspired by the beautiful landscape and love that the people have for it. The vastness of the sea, the boats and the lighthouses, love between two people, everyday life... all these emotions are poured into songs that…
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People straight like stone pillars

People straight like stone pillars

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Get to know Dalmatia and the Dalmatian people! You will feel a special energy that comes from the unique temperament of locals. It is based on love for the sea, soil and Dalmatia. Here, people love the stone, the olive tree, they love every step they make on that soil, which they hold sacred and priceless. Abundance of sun reinforces a relaxed lifestyle, one that some people have to work for their entire lives to afford. Take a shortcut, enjoy the Dalmatian way of living now. Life in the passionate nature where everything is intense. The winds, the countryside, the sun and the sea made the people straight and firm like stone pillars, resistant, adaptable, fast, cheerful, loud and smiling. Believe us, this is the life you want to experience.…
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Interesting facts

Interesting facts

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Did you know? That Pelješac is the second largest Croatian peninsula with a surface of 348 km2, an elevation that ranges from 1 to 962 m and a population of 8000 people, most of which live in Orebić. That Pelješac is 77 km long with a coastline of 200 km, 35 of which are at cape Lovište. That Lovište is the youngest settlement on the peninsula and that its first resident came here in 1878 from Hvar. He was later joined by women from Nakovana. Lovište now counts 250 residents and the first tourists arrived as early as 1935. That in all of Croatia, only the Dalmatian coast and Islands have a real Mediterranean climate and the number of hours of sunshine in Lovište rises to 3000 hours a year…
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