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Brijuni Islands is a group of 14 islands and occupy the surface 7.4km2. Include the following Islands: Veliki Brijun, Mali Brijun, Sv.Marko, Gaz, Okrugljak, Supin, Supinić, Galija, Grunj, Vanga (Krasnica), Pusti (Madona), Vrsar, Sv.Jerolim and Kozada. Veliki Brijun as the largest island of the Brijuni archipelago, which is partly cultivated in a harmonious landscape of lawns and landscape parks, contains besides extremely valuable remains of architectural heritage and preserved vegetation systems of the West-West climatic type. It is important to note that the sea is almost 80% of the protected area of the National Park, which contains almost all original elements of the marine ecosystem of the Adriatic. The climate on Brijuni is mild, Mediterranean with plenty of sun and heat and plenty of humidity in the air, making it a pleasant stay on the island.
- The old olive tree is one of the oldest olive trees in the Mediterranean; Olives are still producing fruits today and we produce oil from these fruits. The berry of fruits is done in October, and on average, about 30 kg of fruits are harvested. Of these 30 kgs of olive oil, on average, about 4.1 kg of oil of extradition quality
- Guests have the opportunity to participate in daily animal feeding activities in the zoo (“Safari Park”)
- Traces of dinosaurs
- A museum in honor of Josip Broz Tito, and his car that used only on the island. Brijuni were a residency of Tito
- There is a 45-year-old elephant on the island.