Croatia gives great value to sports activities. Both women and men take part in a variety of sports activities. Sports actions are famous from bigger places to cities and towns.
Popular sports of Croatia include: biking, scuba diving, soccer, sailing, water polo, swimming pool, hiking, windsurfing and a lot more activities. Nowadays tourists are more interested in sport activities instead of lying back on the shores for fourteen days or so.
Tourists may enjoy a mountain-bike route across the little island of Mljet. It will test their mettle with chilling hills before rewarding them with a descent to exquisite lakes. For scuba diving fans the Croatian Adriatic Sea is a beautiful destination of this underwater world.
For fishing fans there are a variety of sites for seeds and fishing differ from little to large. The fish species found in the Adriatic Sea are numerous. There’s been particular fish farming of sea fish, orada and lettuce developed in Stone and around the island of Brac close Split.
The custom of water in Croatia from the late 1920’s. It was initially established at the town of Korcula, then it turned into the most prestigious game of privileged Korcula’s center classes. Matches were held in Korcula’s East that was appropriate since it had been sheltered from western waters.
In the early eighties windsurfing in Croatia became a rivalry sport in the Croatia Sailing Association. For windsurfers Croatia is now a favorite destination in the past few decades. Two known spots for windsurfing are Bol on the island Brac and Viganj on Peljesac peninsula.