SOUTHEAST EUROPE

Destination Touristic Services
in SOUTHEAST EUROPE

Southeast Europe is made up of Croatia, Montenegro and Slovenia.

The young and dynamic team of local touristic professionals evolved out of the former DER Touristik sub-agency in Croatia AL-PE. Services LTD, became a member of the DER Touristik Group on July 1, 2018, as the local DMC destination touristik services d.o.o.
Destination touristik services d.o.o. offers touristic services and products in their 3 offices down the coastline in Croatia’s Adria. The head office in Pula, one in the Split area, and one in Makarska. In the head office products and services are also provided in our new destinations Montenegro and Slovenia.
Sandy, pebble, and stone beaches, magnificent cliffs, and the crystal-clear Adriatic Sea promise vacation pleasure for beach lovers and water sports enthusiasts.
Breathtaking mountainous and hilly landscapes with waterfalls and well-marked hiking trails invite explorers and nature lovers. The. Culinary highlights from local wine and noble white truffles to extra virgin olive oil await you!
Venetian past and rich cultural heritage of the glittering cities of Podgorica, Ljubljana, Pula, Split, and Dubrovnik want to be discovered.
The change of landscapes surprises again and again, at the crossroads of the Alps and the Mediterranean. One can observe the sea while the view on the other side encompasses the Alpine peaks. Diverse in climate, landscape, nature, and culture.
Come and visit Croatia, Montenegro, and Slovenia in Southeast Europe with Destination Touristic Services.

Alen Petrovic
Managing Director 
alen.petrovic@dtservices.travel
+385 52 443227
Labinska 2 C
52100 Pula
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South East Europe

CROATIA

Where you can experience forests and beaches, mountains and islands, towns and cities all in a short trip.
Croatia is a sovereign state in south-east Europe bordered by the Adriatic Sea. The 4.28 million inhabitants are spread over 56,594 square kilometers, and the country includes more than 6,000 kilometers of coastline with more than 1000 islands. The country is mostly influenced by the Mediterranean climate.
Croatia offers a wide variety of possibilities, no matter whether you want to stay on the inland side of the coast of the Adriatic Sea. In addition, the destination offers eight national parks and 11 nature parks. According to UNSECO, the Plitvice Lakes are the clearest in Europe and some of the beaches are recognized as the world’s most picturesque.

Croatia offers a wide variety of possibilities, no matter whether you want to stay on the inland side or on the coast of the Adriatic Sea. In addition, the destination offers eight national parks and 11 nature parks. According to UNSECO, the Plitvice Lakes are the clearest in Europe and some of the beaches are recognised as the world’s most picturesque.

Alen Petrovic
Managing Director 
alen.petrovic@dtservices.travel
+385 52 443227
Labinska 2 C
52100 Pula
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Croatia

DALMATIA

Dalmatia is a region on the southern coast of Croatia, bordered by Bosnia and Herzegovina to the west and in the south by Montenegro. The region is divided into Northern, Central and Southern Dalmatia. The main urban centre of Northern Dalmatia is Zadar, which is also the main ferry port for the northern Dalmatian islands. The next major town is Sibenik, with a quiet historic centre and a wonderful 15th century cathedral. The waterfalls of the Krka National Park are another highlight.

The main natural attraction in this part of Dalmatia is the Kornati archipelago, a group of wonderful islands.
Southern Dalmatia is one of the most urbanised parts of the Adriatic coast. Split is the historic and cultural centre that also serves as the Adriaticֹ’s main ferry port.
One of the historically important cities in Dalmatia is Dubrovnik. It is located in the southernmost part of Dalmatia and has about 43,000 inhabitants. It is also one of the most visited cities, with a beautiful old town, a large port and an international airport (DBV). Most of the luxury hotels in Dalmatia are located in Dubrovnik.
Another highlight is the Renaissance town of Trogir, with the cathedral of St Lawrence and the Cipiko Palace. The coast south of Split is one of Dalmatias most enchanting, with beautiful mountains and long pebble beaches.

Ivan Gujinović
Office Makarska & Split
ivan.gujinovic@dtservices.travel
+385 52 443227

Branch Office Makarska
Neretvanskih knezova 2
21300 Makarska
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Branch Office Split
Tamunic 8
21212 Kastel Sucurac
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ISTRIA

Istria is one of the most popular destinations in Croatia. It is the largest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea, with an area of 2,813 square kilometres, located in the western part of Croatia and bordered by Slovenia.

The multiple cultural influences of Romans, Venetians, Italians, Slavs and Austrians make this region without a doubt one of the most varied and beautiful on the Croatian coast and inland.
The old town of Rovinj, the Roman amphitheatre in Pula, the Euphraisan Basilica in Porec and the Brijuni Islands national park are just a few of the highlights in Istria.

Anja Simić
Office Pula
anja.simic@dtservices.travel
+385 52 443227
Labinska 2 C
52100 Pula
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KVARNER BAY

Kvarner Bay is a gulf in the northern part of the Adriatic Sea, located on the north coast of Croatia, between the Istrian peninsula and Northern Dalmatia.

It is one of the most visited destinations in Croatia. Popular towns include Opatija, Crikvenica, Rijeka and Lovran. There are also some beautiful and much visited Islands, such as Krk, Rab, Losinj and Cres.
In fact, Kvarner Bay is one of the highlights of Croatia and a destination with many facets.

Sandy, pebble, and stone beaches, magnificent cliffs, and the crystal clear Adriatic Sea promise vacation pleasure for beach lovers and water sports enthusiasts.
Breathtaking mountainous and hilly landscapes with waterfalls and well-marked hiking trails invite explorers and nature lovers. The. Culinary highlights from local wine and noble white truffles to extra virgin olive oil await you!
Venetian past and rich cultural heritage of the glittering cities of Podgorica, Ljubljana, Pula, Split, and Dubrovnik want to be discovered.
The change of landscapes surprises again and again, at the crossroads of the Alps and the Mediterranean. One can observe the sea while the view on the other side encompasses the Alpine peaks. Diverse in climate, landscape, nature, and culture.
Come and visit Croatia, Montenegro, and Slovenia in Southeast Europe with Destination Touristic Services.

Anja Simić
Office Pula
anja.simic@dtservices.travel
+385 52 443227
Labinska 2 C
52100 Pula
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MONTENEGRO

Welcome to Montenegro with its majestic mountains, stunning beaches, and welcoming, friendly people. If you are looking for hospitality, hidden treasures, and excellent food, you will find it all in Montenegro.

With less than 300km of coastline, Montenegro offers some of the most spectacular coastal scenery in Europe. The mountains rise sharply from the crystal-clear waters. Prepare your camera for some breathtaking photos. Escape the crowded cities in the rugged mountains and the primeval forest. In these unknown places, you will enjoy hiking, mountain biking, or kayaking almost on your own. Be prepared to spot wolves and bears in the wilderness.

Ancient walled towns hang from the rocks almost touching the sea, solid fortresses protecting the surrounding areas. Churches, monasteries, mosques, and many historic sites, such as Kotor, a UNESCO world heritage site, await your visit.

Montenegro is a fascinating place for anyone with an interest in European history, exploring the wilderness, or sunbathing at the Mediterranean Sea. What are you waiting for?

Alen Petrovic
Managing Director 
alen.petrovic@dtservices.travel
+385 52 443227
Labinska 2 C
52100 Pula
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Montenegro

SLOVENIA

Slovenia is located in the middle of Europe, where the Alps meet the Mediterranean landscape. The small country covers about 20,273 square kilometres and has 2.06 million inhabitants.

Slovenia is one of the greenest countries in Europe: 60% of its territory is covered by forests. There are also more than 24,000 animal species. UNESCO has recognised the Sečovlje Salina Nature Park as the only Slovenian wetland area. Because of the unique climatic conditions, there is a wide variety of leisure activities available within 24 hours: pick autumnal fruits in the morning, bathe in the Adriatic Sea while waiting for lunch, and go skiing at night. Where else is this possible?
Slovenia has a variety of areas: the Julian Alps, Pohorje, the Carst or the Istria. All destinations are worth visiting.
The capital city of Slovenia is Ljubljana, which is also the largest city. Ljubljana is well known for its beautiful historic city centre. The Tivoli Park, the castle of Ljubljana and the national museum of Slovenia are just a few of the highlights. Ljubljana has a university with over 60,000 students from all over the world. The nightlife is also a highlight of Ljubljana – you can find lots of bars, pubs and clubs there.
No matter what you are interested in, there’s something for everyone!

Alen Petrovic
Managing Director 
alen.petrovic@dtservices.travel
+385 52 443227
Labinska 2 C
52100 Pula
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Slovenia