Incredible Croatian Hotel Carved Under 5-centuries-old Olive Orchard

In case if you’re looking for new places to add in your must-visit list, make sure to add the new Villa Nai 3.3. This wonderful place is located on the Dalmatian Island in Dugi Otok, Croatia. The five-star hotel is carved into the hill which was home to an olive orchard. Except the fact that blends with nature perfectly, this place offers magnificent views as well.

Nikola Bašić is the architect behind this building. His known in Croatia for his wonderful creations, and now there’s a new one on the list. One thing that pops out when you look at this building are the irregular walls. They follow the contour of the hill and are made up of local stones assembled with traditional building techniques.

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The walls are closed by glass partitions which allow the guest to enjoy the beautiful views this site provides. Outside of the hotel lay lands of greenery filled with olive trees, some of which are around 5 centuries old. In fact, these olive trees have played a huge role on the concept of this hotel. There’s where the name Nai 3.3 comes from as well. Nai 3.3 is the award-winning oil, and its producers commissioned the luxury hotel and oversaw its construction.

In this hotel, all villas differ a little bit in style. Outside of your room, you can also harvest olives and watch the processing in an on-site oil mill. Plus, you can taste the products in the hotel restaurant, 3.3, and the bar, Grotta 11 000. In addition, there is a wellness establishment with indoor and outdoor pools, a bio sauna, and a spa area that stays on-brand with olive-based treatments.

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Incredible Clear Waters Around the World

There are a lot of wonders in the world and clear water is one of them. The magical turquoise waters, azure lakes, and crystal clear beaches are the jewels of this earth. Once you get into these waters you can see your whole body reflecting under or even from above the sparkling surface, various colorful fishes floating freely, and the sand or rocks just below your feet.

The warmth of the blue color can enlighten your soul and lift your spirit, anchoring the profound inner joy and relaxation. Fortunately for you, we found some, so here are the top five most incredible crystal waters in the world. Once you read about them you will want to make at least one of these places your next destination…

1.Pensacola Beach

Our first on the list is Pensacola Beach. This beach is anchored at the western tip of Florida, stretching miles along the Gulf of Mexico, this barrier island offers you a vast scope of experiences. Pensacola beach provides you with lively crowds and lifeguards to quiet beaches ideal for everyone whose main concern is relaxing and letting all the worries float away with the sea.

2.Corfu Island, Greece

Corfu Greece is one of the most exquisite and romantic islands of the Ionian island group. Waters being extremely clear boats of the locals look like they are floating in the air. But this is not all, this island is bound up historically in Greece mythology named after the beautiful nymph Korkyra, Corfu, making this Island ever wanted through centuries resulting in numerous battles and conquests.

Thus the tear-like waters and the historical sites of this island emerge to feed not only your mind and body but your soul as well. All you have to do is to explore and enjoy!…

3. Palawan Island Philippines

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Palawan is a piece of heaven on earth, lush waters in fjord greenery that teems with exotic diverse wildlife, attractive fishing villages, and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Diving in the lazuline waters, and the limestone caves of Sabang to the exquisite fireflies dancing at twilight at the Iwahig River.

Palawan’s great indigenous people live on this island in groups of the Batak tribe, meeting and interacting with the locals will enhance the richness of your experience by witnessing daily Palawan life as it is. Clear waters and making new friends are all one might want!

4. Flathead Lake, USA

Flathead Lake is a large natural lake in northwest Montana and is the largest natural freshwater lake. The water is so clear it gives you an optical illusion that someone floating on the water’s surface seems to be levitating.

Nature explorer David Thompson once described this beautiful lake as a “fine sheet of water” A place where big mountains meet the soothing water, surrounded by pine trees and grand rocks. Its wildish nature makes Flathead Lake a good opponent to spend weekends at when you want to get some sun and fresh air.

There is no way to be different than that, the picturesque views of all the earth elements combined in one place, creating the most graceful sights imaginable.

5. Marsa Alam

Marsa Alam is a famous tourist destination, especially for scuba divers. Sapphire waters and diverse marine life gives its title to one of the best diving sites worldwide.

Even though this place remained unknown to people outside the diving community for quite a while, now this place is no secret anymore, different resorts are built within the beach area making the place more frequented and populated. The spectacular underwater views never fail to amaze, all thanks to the water creatures that coexist with us.

 
 




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