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Tuna (approx. 2,5 kg), 1 kg

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260,00 Kn

KarlovaĨko Radler, 0,50 L x 24

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333,60 Kn

Asbach Uralt, 0,7L

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1.338,00 Kn

Jermann Where the Dreams, 0,75 L

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600,80 Kn

Captain Morgan rum spiced, 0,70 L

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111,90 Kn

Barton & Guestier Merlot, 0,75 L

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73,60 Kn

Grand Sud Chardonnay, 1 L

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66,80 Kn

Rosemount Estate GSM, 0,75 L

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277,30 Kn
Total num. of products: 20
Price: 5.494,40 Kn

Cres

Cres is the biggest Croatian island, situated at the northern tip of Kvarner gulf. Island Cres is long and narrow mountainous island stretching 66 km in length and only from 2 to 12 km in width. The coast is indented with the total length of 248 km. The island of Cres can be reached via ferry from the island Krk or from the Istrian peninsula (line Brestova-Porozina). With an area of 405.78 km², Cres is, together with Krk which is the same size (but thought to be the largest for years). This means plenty of coves, bays and fine mainly pebbly beaches for you to explore on its western and southern side, while northern and eastern shore is rather steep and rocky, with some spectacular scenery, inhabited only by the biggest bird in Europe, the endangered griffon vulture, which could be often seen gliding in the clear skies. Although scarcely populated, island Cres has been inhabited since later stone age. This is why island Cres is reach in historical and cultural sites, including ancient cities and buildings remains, early roman-catholic churches and chapels, Glagolitic engravings in stone, Venetian heritage buildings and recent monuments and sculptures.

Cres and the neighbouring island of Lošinj once used to be one island, but were divided by a channel and connected with a bridge at the town of Osor. Cres's only fresh water source is the Lake Vrana. The island has many towns, all of them connected by a road that runs down the middle of the island. On one side is the ferry from the mainland (around the city of Pula); on the other is the bridge to Lošinj (Lussino), which was once linked the two but is now separated by a waterway. Approaching the island from Pula, you will first come to Porozina. Cres has its very own fresh water lake, which is very highly guarded and illegal to swim and fish in. It supplies water to neighboring Lošinj (it. Lussino) as well. It is one of the deepest fresh water lakes in Eastern Europe, going down 76 meters at its deepest point (>50 m below sea-level). There is a local legend that there is a castle under the lake. According to the legend, a rich sister who lived in the castle would not give her much poorer sister money or food. As a result she was punished by having her castle flooded during a severe thunderstorm which caused Lake Vrana to be created. The story goes on to tell that on some windy days, if one is to listen very carefully the tower bells can still be heard ringing to this day. Island Cres hosts some of the most beautiful beaches and lagunas in Croatia (Valun, Lubenice - Sv Ivan, Meli, Mali Bok and many other small secluded beaches).