CITY OF RIJEKA
is a city with 130.000 inhabitants or 180.000
together with the surrounding area. Rijeka is the city with the most
baroque marble alters on the eastern coast of Adriatic.
Good connections with the hinterland, modern
port facilities and strong naval and commercial tradition helped Rijeka to develop into
Croatia's biggest port. It also represents an important European transit port.
The geographical position of
Rijeka is crucial
for its tourist image. This is where a visitor in transit meets the sea for the first
time, regardless of whether coming by road or rail. The access to Rijeka is extremely
attractive - both from the west and from the east - and the access from the sea offers the
most charming view on Rijeka. The natural and cultural features of Rijeka, the
Mediterranean climate, and the closer and broader surroundings of the mountainous
landscape of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County add to the value of the city.
sea on our doorstep and architecture that mirrors the nearby
Venetian towns of Kotor and Perast,
Montenegro melds a spectacular destination with a
world-class marina and services. Designed by yachtsmen for
yachtsmen, the marina is located in the Bay of Kotor, Europe's most
southerly fiord and a UNESCO World Heritage site. It features 185
secure berths ranging from 12 to 150 metres, with a further 185 in
planning – more than 50 of which will be dedicated to yachts over 45
home to an international community, Porto Montenegro is an intimate
collection of waterfront and promenade homes. Designed by
world-renowned Tino Zervudachi of Milinaric, Henry & Zervudachi, and
with landscaping by Martin Lane Fox, Vice Chairman of the Royal
Horticultural Society, the homes unite traditional architecture and
contemporary lines with soft colours, elegant stone and hardwoods.