Tourists rediscover Croatia's Istrian peninsula

05/10/2007 | NYTimes.com

Over the past decade or so, tourists have rediscovered the area now known as Croatia, which includes 1,000 miles of coastline as well as 1,000 mostly uninhabited islands. In 1991, Croatia broke off from Yugoslavia and with it took the Istrian peninsula. Since most tourists stay by the coast, they often miss out on the magnetism of the area's interior.

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