In 2018, guests from Germany realized 6,6 million overnight stays, or 35% of the total number of overnight stays in Croatian camps, and given the special importance of Germany for our camping tourism, as every year Croatian camps eagerly awaited the presentation of ADAC camp guides for 2019 year. Šibenik camps are the camps that, compared to the previous year, have the highest increase in quality, + 14,3%. At the same time, at the level of the Republic of Croatia, we are looking forward to a significant increase in the quality of the bathing offer, + 59%, but the decline in the quality of leisure and animation content, by as much as -9%, is worrying. Quality of campsites by ADAC (by regions): Šibenik increased by 14,3%, Dubrovnik and Kvarner by 3,6%, Istria 2,4%, Split increased by 2,3%. The quality of the camps in Zadar remained stable at last year’s level. Growth was registered in all elements of evaluation except one (leisure and animation facilities) where a quality decline of -9% was registered). THE FIRST LIFELONG EDUCATION PROGRAM IN CAMPING MANAGEMENT IN CROATIA LAUNCHED There are 717 active camps in Croatia Average grades – upward or downward trend compared to the previous year (%) 10 ADAC Superplatz campsites in 2019 ADAC 2019 / Best camps in Croatia The ADAC guide for 2019 lists a total of 129 Croatian camps, 3 more than the previous year, and for the first time as many as 10 Croatian camps that won the prestigious ADAC Superplatz a label for the extremely high quality of the campsites. The best Croatian camps according to ADAC 2019. According to the ADAC, the average quality of Croatian camps in 2019 increased by 3%. Aminess Maravea Camping Resort The selection of the best leading European camps by ADAC consists of: Aminess Maravea (Novigrad), Lanterna (Tar-Poreč), Valalta and Val Saline (Rovinj), Omišalj, Baška and Krk (island of Krk), Straško and Šimuni (island of Pag) and Zaton (Zaton-Zadar). Average ADAC scores in 2019 by regions and rating elements The ADAC camp guide, in addition to being of general importance to the German-speaking area, but also as a kind of bible for all European campers, is very important in that it uses a special camp rating system that is generally accepted as the most important European camp quality rating system. GOOD ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM THE NETHERLANDS MARKET, SPECIALS FOR THE CROATIAN CAMPING OFFER In 2018, the camps realized 19.252.215 overnight stays (+ 1,34%), while the average length of stay was 6,6 days (-2%). The annual full occupancy of camps in 2018 is 21% (unchanged compared to 2017). Of the total number of guests, 22% are agency and 78% individual. This year in the ADAC for 2019 they gave up the somewhat confusing grading system they have practiced in recent years, and went back to the old system where each camp is graded in 6 categories: The following is a list of the highest quality stones in the Republic of Croatia, those that have a grade of 4,5 or higher according to the ADAC. “Growing quality and willingness to invest in the last few years have paved the way for tourism development. A significant number of camps in Istria and on the northern Dalmatian coast have facilities that meet the highest requirements and do not lag behind the offer of their competitors in the western Mediterranean.. ”Is stated in the new ADAC guide for 2019. The campsites in Dubrovnik have the lowest average rating, who also received the lowest grade in the element of leisure content and animation. According to data from eVisitor, Croatia has 717 camps, of which 431 “real” camps (of which, 26 camping resorts and 77 campsites), 13 camps in family farms and 273 campsites in the household. Their total accommodation capacity is 253.091 people, and about 40% of the camp capacity is in the 4 * or 5 * category. RELATED NEWS: The Bible for campers being beaten in the camping sector, the ADAC camp guide has just received its new edition for 2019. The campsites of Istria have the highest quality, with an average grade of 4,1. At the same time, out of 5 elements of evaluation, camps in Istria have the best ratings in as many as 3 elements (trade and catering offer, free time and animation and bathing offer). Main category: Number of stars Subcategory: SanitarijeSubcategory: Camp (pitches, reception, parking, equipment and arrangement of the camp)Subcategory: Trade and catering offerSubcategory: Leisure facilities and animation in the campSubcategories: Swimming offer
In April last year, Zarate was supposed to be in Argentina receiving treatment for a skin condition after presenting the club with a doctor’s note, only to be spotted on holiday in the Maldives. At the time Zarate was not training with the first team due to persistent disciplinary issues. It was at the end of the 2012-13 season, after spending four years with Lazio that included a spell on loan with Inter Milan, that Zarate returned to his first club Velez. In his first spell, Zarate scored 28 goals in 99 appearances, and then last season he finished as leading scorer in the Clausura with 13 goals in 19 appearances, prompting Allardyce to bring the forward to Upton Park. West Ham boss Sam Allardyce has made his first signing of the summer with the capture of Argentinian striker Mauro Zarate from Velez Sarsfield. The Hammers’ big-money buy last summer, Andy Carroll, spent half of the campaign on the sidelines through injury to leave Allardyce short of options up front and then, on his return, the England international only scored two goals. Allardyce, however, has wasted no time in finding support for Carroll with the deal for Zarate. It will be Zarate’s second taste of top-flight football in England having played on loan for Birmingham for four months in 2008, scoring four goals in 14 appearances, but he was unable to prevent the Blues from being relegated at the end of that season. “This is a new chance for me and I want to play,” added Zarate, who scored 20 goals in 35 matches in all competitions for Velez last season. “I think I played well for Velez this season and that was important for me. I had some good team-mates and they helped to make it a fantastic season for me. “I know English football from my time at Birmingham and I hope I will play well and reach the highest possible level.” Zarate is a controversial figure as in 2010 while with Lazio, and on suspension for two games for insulting a referee, he was photographed giving a fascist salute. Standing with Lazio’s infamous ‘Ultras’ section of fans in watching a loss to Bari, Zarate’s spokesperson claimed the player was unaware of the significance of his actions. Press Association The 27-year-old has signed a three-year contract, with the option of a further year, as Allardyce strengthens his forward options after a troubled 2013-14 campaign in that department for the Hammers. “My reaction is that I am very happy to be at West Ham,” said the forward in a press release.
That’s according to Tom Maher, who’s a member of the stadium management committee.There have been concerns about the state of the pitch during the early months of this year.Tom says the head groundsman at Croke Park didn’t have any major problems with how it’s being looked after.
Tipp Senior footballer George Hannigan says the Premier have a mostly clean bill of health heading into the game against Cork.That game is pencilled in for next Saturday – January 27th.Speaking on Tipp Today this morning Hannigan said winning the first few matches will take the pressure off later in the competition.
The Black Stars ended their training camp in Kenya on Thursday evening ahead of Saturday’s decisive 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Malawi.The 21 players in camp trained under the watchful eyes of coach Kwesi Appiah and assistants Maxwell Konadu and Nassam Yakubu.The two-hour grueling session at the Moi International Sports Stadium in Nairobi ended with some work on set pieces.The Black Stars will travel out of Kenya on Friday morning to Lilongwe where the decisive clash against the Flames will be played.They will train at the Civo Stadium in Lilongwe on Friday afternoon ahead of Saturday’s match.Ghana beat Malawi 2-0 in the first-leg played in Accra last month and the winner over the two legs will qualify for the tournament in South Africa.
Indeed, a £40 million drop in Ashley’s asking price since talks began in January is believed to be linked to the falling value of football assets due to a shutdown caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.Manchester City’s run of 11 major trophies since an Abu Dhabi takeover in 2008 transformed their fortunes is an example of the difference wealthy Middle Eastern owners can make.Prior to 2011, City had not won a major honour since 1976. Newcastle’s barren run stretches back to 1969.“They are looking for someone to come in with fresh investment and to get them back where they should be, which is the top end of the Premier League and maybe the Champions League,” former Newcastle manager Graeme Souness told Sky Sports.However, selling out to Saudi investment will see Newcastle become the latest target of criticism over the state’s use of sport to distract from its human rights record.“In recent months, Saudi Arabia has worked hard at ‘sportswashing’ its reputation – trying to use the glamour of sport as a public relations tool to improve its international image,” said an Amnesty International report in February.A world heavyweight title fight between Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz in December and the Spanish Super Cup a month later received strong criticism for taking the millions offered to participate in Saudi Arabia.“It is something we need to be aware of,” added the NUST spokesman.“We need to see the specific details of who is involved once it is confirmed. It is only natural there are concerns.”Share on: WhatsApp Newcastle United fans have long campaigned for the departure of owner Mike AshleyLondon, United Kingdom | AFP | Newcastle United fans have long dreamed of ridding the club from owner Mike Ashley, but a potential £300 million ($377 million) takeover backed by the Saudi sovereign wealth fund presents fans on Tyneside with a different dilemma.Retail tycoon Ashley has been deeply unpopular in his 13 years in charge of Newcastle, during which time the club have twice been relegated from the Premier League before bouncing back into English football’s lucrative top flight.British financier Amanda Staveley has held a long-running interest in brokering a deal for one of England’s most passionately supported clubs with attendances often above 50,000 despite years of limited success.Ashley labelled Staveley a “waste of time” when a previous bid to take control collapsed in 2017.However, documents filed last week to Companies House provide a framework for talks between Staveley’s PCP Capital Partners and Ashley.According to reports, 80 percent of the deal would be funded by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund with Staveley providing 10 percent and the other 10 percent coming from British billionaire brothers David and Simon Reuben.The Toon Army have long voiced their dissent as Ashley has tried to cash in on the riches of Premier League television rights deals, whilst investing little on improving the team on the pitch.“There was a famous banner a couple of years ago that read: ‘We don’t demand a team that wins, we demand a club that tries.’ For the last 13 years we haven’t had a club that has tried,” a spokesman for the Newcastle United Supporters Trust (NUST) told AFP.“Under this ownership there has been no ambition, effectively no investment and no hope for a sporting entity that hasn’t been a sporting entity. It’s been there to survive and nothing more.”The prospect of deep-pocketed owners, particularly at a time when most other clubs will be cutting back due to the economic crisis caused by coronavirus, is an alluring one for the Magpie faithful.