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nutritionpronutritionpro from Zagreb wrote on 13. travnja 2015. at 09:38:
veliko iskustvo. preporučam
TonyTony from Spain wrote on 2. travnja 2015. at 14:30:
A month ago I had the opportunity to spend time traveling in Croatia and from there to the astonishing wonders of Cairo, Egypt. If you enjoy immersing yourself in a totally foreign culture, one that embraces you with welcoming, genuine hospitality, with fascinating landscapes, architecture, put Croatia on your wish list.
MuhammadMuhammad from Muhammad wrote on 18. listopada 2013. at 03:44:
Thank you to everyone at the Biddestone Arms for mainkg our wedding reception perfect.The food was magnificent, people are still raving about the roast beef! The pub looked gorgeous as always and the staff were as friendly and helpful as possible.We had an amazing day and cannot thank you enough.We will be back very soon!
bwb blogbwb blog from Going To Sea + Other Adventures (Croatia=Awesome) wrote on 29. srpnja 2013. at 17:49:
Later that day we did an amazing tour of a few military bases on the island of Vis. I highly recommend the Alternatura tour/guide as his english was great and he explained everything + knew the history of the island. I love military history and climbing through old tunnels and abandoned gun turrets is like a dream come true. Plus I got to go in a submarine base which has been a dream ever since watching indiana jones :). Best tour ever, and hopefully in a few years I can go explore some of the old Russian bases that have been abandoned too. A few pictures too…
Kathleen Zuanich YoungKathleen Zuanich Young wrote on 13. srpnja 2013. at 19:04:
To whom it may concern, I have been teaching War and Human Rights for over ten years and I was impressed by a tour on Komiza, Otok Vis, Croatia, yesterday. I developed a new understanding of the cold war, living underground in a missile base, a soldier’s life in an atomic bunker, and the reality living on an occupied military island by participating in Alternatura’ s Military Tour in the town of Komiza on the island of Vis, Croatia. This experience cannot be compared to a tourist excursion, it is more authentic and experiential, in large measure because of the wit and wisdom of the Komizan guide, Dado. Patrons get to tour a missile base, the famous cave where the allies conducted part of the endgame of World War II, and learn about the heroics of a Montenegro Commander who saved the Croatian island and the daily lives of the people of Vis in the war of the 1990’s. The tour could charge tuition and at twice the price and it would still be worth every penny, a once in a lifetime opportunity. Do not miss it. Kathleen Zuanich Young Associate Professor of Anthropology Western Washington University Bellingham, WA 98225
Backpacker Concierge, EricBackpacker Concierge, Eric wrote on 2. lipnja 2013. at 13:43:
Hi Petra, I want to thank you and your team for all of the hard work over the past week. The clients REALLY enjoyed themselves. If there is anything else you need from me, please let me know. We are taking the 3:30 ferry today. Eric
TristanTristan wrote on 2. lipnja 2013. at 13:41:
Hi Petra, Mon and I just wanted to thank you for your help during our visit to Vis. We really enjoyed our stay in Komiza and thought the apartment was really pleasant and great value for money. Let me know if there are any websites you'd like us to post reviews on - we'd be happy to. Last but no not least, please thank Mr Tomci (correct name?) for his hospitality and especially for helping me grill the seabass (brancin)! Thanks again and good luck this coming season. Tristan
Allen IronsAllen Irons wrote on 30. siječnja 2013. at 13:46:
“Pino showed me a part of Croatia not seen by many tourists and this will be a life long memory. I first used his services in 1997 and then most recently in 2011. His home island of Vis is a wonderful stopping point after visiting the mainland and not many torists know about Vis. Of course Pino can arrange anything for you on the mainland, the islands or the sea. Dealing with him and his family is more like visiting with personal friends. I highly recommend that you hire Alternatura to show you the real Croatia!” January 27, 2013
Carel WiemersCarel Wiemers wrote on 6. listopada 2012. at 17:17:
Dear Petra The moment we entered your office in Hrvatskih muscenika on Thursday 13th September, soaked by the heavy rainfall, we saw on your face that you really felt sorry for us. The first thing you did: calling the owner of the apartment you had arranged for us and asked him to bring us by car to our destination. You didn't bother about the administrative obligations. "Go to your apartment. We see each other tomorrow", you said when we drove away. I was impressed: a perfect and very kind hostess who really cares about her clients! During our whole stay in Komiza you confirmed that my first impression was right. Thanks for all you have done for us and the personal contact with you. I am also grateful to Pino for bringing me all the way to Vis and the nice talks I had with him! Our stay on Vis was a dream holiday. Beautiful island, nice small and lively town with friendly population, perfect accomodation with a wonderful view on the Dalmatic sea and the island Biesevo, beautiful weather with lots of sunshine and a pleasant temperature, small fine beach in front or our apartment, clear water, nice restaurants and shops on the Riva and in the narrow streets with picturesque houses at the foot of the greencovered mountains. The heavy rain upon arrival had washed out all daily worries and stressful work. We got the feeling to have stepped into a world where you really can feel home, thanks to the pleasant atmosphere the population of Komiza is able to create. The last night of our stay we were treated by a spectacular 'firework' of lightnings and thunder above the sea. A dignified farewell! Upon arrival home - cold weather, dark grey clouds with regular rainfall - we suddenly realised the dream is over. But the beautiful memories stay and will never be forgotten.
wrote on 22. svibnja 2012. at 14:47:
Dragi Pino i Alternatura ekipa! Hvala vam na najboljoj zabavi na Jadranu. Klinci i onako vec misle da je Pinoland najbolja zabava u Europi a i sire. (hvala ti, za ovu godinu si me spasio voznje do Pariza i Disneya). Budite nam super. Vidimo se uskoro. Sanda & Ivan & Ana & Ivo
MichaelMichael wrote on 22. svibnja 2012. at 14:07:
Dear Wil Far later than I had hoped and planned I am writing to extend my greatest thanks to you for so kindly arraigning what turned out to be an absolutely magical visit to Vis. As you know, the weather played in our favour and it turned out (not that I didn't think it would) to be one of the highlights of the tour. Pino and his colleagues gave us an absolutely marvellous tour of the fort, where a splendid picnic lunch was provided, followed by a tour of the island, where there just happened to be a cricket match playing – the perfect treat for us Brits! The boat back to Hvar was perfect and really gave us the feeling of being Venetians on the Adriatic which, as you know, was the theme of the tour. I am most grateful to you Wil and please pass on my greatest thanks to Pino and his colleagues. My very best wishes Michael