Adriatic Sea

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an arm of the Mediterranean between Slovenia and Croatia and Montenegro and Albania on the east and Italy on the west

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Cities on the Adriatic coast are also affected by strong winds that hinder maritime traffic to the islands.
The flights will depart on June 4, 2018; to Montenegro, Croatia and the Adriatic Coast - including Dubrovnik - Pearl of the Adriatic full day tour and Best of Montenegro full day tour, with flights departing on September 21, 2018 as well as services to Madeira - including Madeira Island Highlights tour and Funchal Sightseeing tour, with services departing on November 2, 2018.
In Croatia, authorities said firefighters battled through the night to contain raging wildfires that threatened the key port of Split on the Adriatic coast.
Two regional trains collided between the rural towns of Andria and Corata near the city of Bari on the Adriatic Coast, Metro reported.
Three defensive fortresses perch on Titano's slopes, looking out to the Adriatic coast.
While Antenucci was plundering his fourth goal in three games to clinch a 2-1 win at Blackburn last Saturday, his Land Rover was being torched in his home town of Giulianova on Italy's Adriatic coast.
In the meantime, the Italian coast guard teams put all stations located along the Adriatic coast on alert.
summer sees The Garden Festival host its 10th and final party on the Adriatic coast.
International Resource News-January 5, 2015--Consortium of Marathon Oil and OMV receives 7 of 10 licences to explore oil and gas off Croatia's Adriatic coast
The Valamar Argosy, on the edge of the Adriatic coast, has spectacular views.
The Italian wall lizard, Podareis siculus, is an opportunistic, omnivorous, lacertid lizard native to Italy and the east Adriatic coast.
According to Yahoo Sports, Djokovic and Ristic originally planned to stage their wedding a week before the Wimbledon Open at the Aman Sveti Stefan in Montenegro, on the Adriatic coast.
The rocky islet of Sveti Stefan, which lies on 12,400 square meters (133,000 square feet), is one of the most luxurious resorts on the Adriatic coast.
Air Serbia increases frequency to Adriatic Coast Air Serbia, the national airline of Serbia, announced increased frequency to Tivat, Split and Dubrovnik during summer flight schedule.
The four day Italian Challenge, which runs from Wednesday, June 4, will cover a 200 mile route from Italy's Mediterranean coastline, through the Tuscan Hills and Apennine Mountains, to San Marino and the Adriatic coast.