Italians love Croatian islands
The May issue of the specialized Italian nautical monthly Nautica, followed by over 100,000 readers, published a major report entitled "Croatia, protected Dalmatian islands, from park to park", while the renowned Italian monthly Bell'Europa, followed by about 150,000 readers , published a report entitled "Hidden Islands near Zadar", said the director of the Croatian National Tourist Board in Italy Viviana Vukelic, who further pointed out that these reports are the result of press trips organized in cooperation with the system of tourist boards in Croatia.
"Reports about Croatia were launched on the eve of the main tourist season, when the most sought-after holiday is peace and security. Precisely because of this, the Croatian tourist offer on the islands comes to the fore, but also nautical as a highly sought-after product among Italians, which came to the fore due to the global coronary virus pandemic. Our country is truly an ideal tourist destination for boaters, and Italians especially appreciate the professionalism and organization of receptions in Croatian marinas, "said Vukelic, adding that the Italian market requires a constant promotional presence, which is why Croatia's positive image is continuously maintained through media and social networks.
The author of the report in the monthly Nautica is the well-known Italian journalist Patrizia Magi, who in her article highlights the beauties of the Croatian coast and national parks and nature parks on the islands. On eight pages of the report, readers are introduced to the nautical offer of the Dalmatian islands as ideal and safe nautical destinations, all accompanied by attractive photographs. The report also provides useful links and information on islands, marinas, entry into Croatia and protocols in force. On the other hand, the report of the monthly Bell'Europa talks about the beauties of the islands in the Zadar archipelago, especially the islands Ist, Olib and Premuda, which offer ideal conditions for summer vacation for all those seeking a break from mass tourism.
Let us add that the first virtual edition of the International Tourism Fair in Milan BIT is currently being held on the Italian market, which is open to business audiences until May 11, and after that, until May 14, to the general public. More than 1,500 exhibitors from all over the world are participating in the fair, including destinations, agencies, hotels, tour operators, carriers, etc. Zagreb, Jadrolinija, Valamar Riviera, Uniline Croatia, Katarina Line, Maslinica Hotels and Resort, Amber Travel, Abacus Tours, Perfecta Travel, Kempinski Adriatic, HIT Dalmatia DMC, Eklata, Blue Waves Resort and Losinia.