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Fotoracconto del blogtour in Istria (Croazia)

Valamar Gourmet Bloggers Tour (fourth day)

Today I continue to tell the Valamar Gourmet blogger, blogs Italian first tour organized in Istria Istria Tourist Board.

Unfortunately, it came fast on the last day of stay in Istria and the program included a visit to a camping to learn a new way of camping, that is the Glamping.

Arrived I was fascinated by the size of the structure that is surrounded by a park of oak trees and three km of coastline at guests' disposal.

The facilities available to guests range from spacious pitches, some with a barbecue grill, to the latest generation of mobile homes, truly provided with all comforts, from the spacious and equipped veranda, to a barbecue or pretty hippo-pools for the little ones up to Italian coffee for the guests.

And finally here we are at Glamping tent, but what exactly means Glamping?

Glamping is the union of two words: camping and glamor and is the new idea of camping for the chic incurable traveler who loves being outdoors.

Thanks to Glamping you can make holidays in close contact with nature without giving up all the comforts of a five star hotel.

In the glamping area there are wooden safari tents, large about 35 sqm with a super equipped kitchen and 2 bedrooms: a master bedroom with a canopy bed and a second for children with 2 bunk beds and a bathroom with shower.

From their spacious and covered wooden terrace you can enjoy a wonderful view, given that they are situated on the sea front.

I finally spent some time lying by the pool under the Croatian hot sun, and I concluded the visit with a delicious lunch in the restaurant of the campsite.

After these days I have left a pleasant memory of Istria, which is not only ground of clear water and white sandy beaches, but also a hinterland populated by ancient villages, green forests and rolling hills and a renewed food and wine culture.


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I'm not a professional blogger, in the sense that my source of income is another that has nothing to do with the world 2.0However I think it's a positive aspect, as it allows me to be more free to make my choices based on my tastes and this also makes me independent in my opinions.So why do I have a blog of tourism and gastronomy?Easy, the idea of communicating tourism and good food in all its forms, describing unfamiliar territory, discovering the festivals and events, is innate in me.The degree in sociology and many years of experience in the Tourist office in Venice, have meant that this idea materializes in creating a blog.In fact, back in 2008 now, I had the idea of creating the blog of someone who loves to travel: http://inguaribileviaggiatore.blogspot.com blog that was born as a hobby, and that gives me a lot of satisfaction.By the end of the year, the blog will move to the new domain www.inguaribileviaggiatore.it; An event that will provide a more appealing appearance to the blog.Among the "events" from my life of travel & food blogger, the most important are:Participation in the first surf contest on a cruise shipParticipation in several blog tours and social media teams Unique blogger invited to the press trip to North Cyprus with print and television journalists. (I'm one of the 2 Italian travel bloggers officially invited in press trips)Blogger coordinator of the project "Italy Different" (bloggers tell another Italy): a journey in the "unknown Italy" but that has great tourism potential



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