Namely, in the first six months, revenue of HRK 32,8 million was generated, which is even 20 percent more than in the first half of 2018, and by the end of the year, revenue is estimated to increase by about 18 percent. More than half of the visitors come from Western Europe, and since the beginning of the year until the last days of June, Terme Tuhelj has had about 51 overnight stays. Thirty more houses are announced Indoor and outdoor pools, wellness offer within the Well hotel, gastronomic facilities of numerous restaurants, excellent wines, cultural heritage, unique nature and proximity to the highway, are additional advantages of the new camp and Terme Tuhelj which are recording better results from year to year. “Since camping is extremely popular in the world, our camp is another strong tourist trump card, especially attractive to the younger, trendsetter population. They are not only looking for a vacation in nature, but also a handful of additional facilities, great entertainment, good food, proximity to urban centers, relaxing treatments, and this is exactly what we offer them.”, Says Vasja Čretnik, one of the directors of Terme Tuhelj. The attractive design of the Vita camp, the first five-star camp in this part of Croatia, is signed by Abstracto Studio, which has woven a recognizable urban stamp into every detail of the camp. Emphasized cozy With its atmosphere, this place is ideal for all visitors who want relaxation and unique treatments in Terme Tuhelj. All camp guests have unlimited swimming on the Water Planet – from indoor to outdoor pools and fun water attractions. Source / photo: Terme Tuhelj “With the opening of the Vita camp, the first phase of the renovation of the former camp in Terme Tuhelj was completed. Next year, the second phase will follow, which will include the construction of a luxury resort with another 30 luxury houses, as well as additional facilities that will provide families with a real experience, and couples can enjoy wellness facilities in nature.”, Emphasizes Florjan Vasle, one of the directors of Terme Tuhelj and points out that the total value of the investment will be between 2,5 and three million euros, depending on the share of the strategic partner. On more than 20 thousand square meters are two zones with a total of 56 camping pitches and an additional two night for a short stay. The good news is that 20 pitches are open to visitors all year round. There is a restaurant and bar designed for true hedonists, a camping service, a swimming pool for pets, sanitary facilities adapted for the disabled, family bathrooms, changing rooms, a children’s playground, mini golf and tennis courts. All guest profiles were meant, which gives this camp the epithet of inclusion and special care for guests.
The UEFA Champions League and Europa League are set to restart this week after an enforced hiatus of almost five months.. This move will allow the Europe’s soccer governing body, UEFA, clear up the last remaining games in a troubled season. Both competitions were frozen in March as the coronavirus pandemic took hold across the continent, and while European football’s governing body acted swiftly to move Euro 2020 back a year, for a long time it was unclear how it would manage to complete its two landmark club competitions. UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin In the end the solution was to set up two mini tournaments bringing all teams together in one place from the quarter-finals onwards, with all ties being decided in one-off matches behind closed doors. And so the Champions League will move to Lisbon for the ‘Final Eight’ starting on August 12 and ending with the final at Benfica’s Estadio da Luz on August 23. The Europa League, meanwhile, will be played to a conclusion at a series of venues in western Germany, with the last eight beginning on August 10 and the final in Cologne on August 21. “I believed it from the first moment,” said the UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin recently when asked if he ever doubted it would be possible to play the tournaments to a conclusion. “You should always be optimistic, and if something like this crisis happens, you must have a plan ready. “At the present time, we will be playing matches without spectators until further notice. We will not take any risks.” There is, though, no question of further changes being made to the formats despite concerns about an increase in Covid-19 cases in and around Lisbon, and more recent worries in Germany about a rise in cases there. – Wolves’ longest year – It is the Europa League which is first up, though, with the last 16 being completed on Wednesday and Thursday. Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City face Real Madrid on Friday looking to clinch a place in the quarter-finals, fresh from having their two-year ban from the Champions League overturned Read Also: Iheanacho faces Leicester exit as Foxes hunt for suitors Wolves entertain Greek champions Olympiakos on Thursday having drawn 1-1 in the first leg of their last-16 tie. Their campaign started more than a year ago now, with a 2-0 win over Northern Irish side Crusaders in the second qualifying round on July 25, 2019. Extending it by another couple of weeks would do them no harm. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Wolverhampton Wanderers’ coach Nuno Espirito Santo is targeting a place in the Europa League ‘Final Eight’.Their season started more than a year ago now Two ties – Inter Milan against Getafe and Sevilla against Roma – will go ahead as one-off ties in Germany as the first legs were never played. Six second legs will also be played with the winners heading to Germany for the last eight. Among the ties to be completed is Manchester United’s against Austrian side LASK, which will be a formality for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team after they won 5-0 in the first leg in March. Their form since the Premier League resumed in mid-June has been excellent and they have already sealed a place in the 2020-21 Champions League, but now they want to finish this never-ending season with a trophy. “Now our focus is on the Europa League because this is a really good trophy and we want to win,” Bruno Fernandes told MUTV. “I came to Manchester to win trophies. We need to play every game to win. If we go into the Europa League and win every game, we know we’ll win the trophy.” United, Europa League winners in 2017, could yet find themselves facing Premier League rivals Wolverhampton Wanderers in the semi-finals in Cologne on August 16 should both teams get there. Loading… UEFA also recently insisted it was “confident” there would be no more delays despite cases of coronavirus emerging among players at Real Madrid and Sevilla. It is, in any case, now or never. Indeed, the preliminary round of next season’s Champions League begins next Saturday, the same day Bayern Munich entertain Chelsea and Napoli visit Barcelona in their outstanding last 16 second legs. Before that, Manchester City defend a 2-1 first-leg lead at home against Real on Friday as Pep Guardiola’s side target Champions League glory on the back of the club’s success at getting a two-year ban from the competition overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport. The winner of that tie will face Juventus or Lyon in the quarter-finals in Lisbon. 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Between 2013 and 2016, Environmental Justice Foundation recorded 19 sharks and rays species that are found on the red list of threatened species of the International Union for Conservation of NatureThe government through the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFFA) and the Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF) recently launched a three-year National Plan of Action to sustain sharks and rays management, a release from the entity has said.The new plan of action for sharks and rays, according to the release, is expected to address activities that are undermining the sustainability of sharks and rays, because data on the species are expected in the three years for the the National Plan of Action for sharks (NPOA) that comes as part of a response mechanism to conserve the spices and ensure the long-term survival of sharks and rays.A field-based research report presented by EJF at NPOA launch states that at the period of 2013 and 2016, EJF recorded 19 sharks and rays species that are found on the red list of threatened species of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), EJF report says.Species on the red list of IUCN include the Great Hammerhead Shark, Scalloped Hammerhead Shark, Smooth Hammerhead Shark, Blackchin Guitarfish, White-spotted Guitarfish, Bigeye Thresher Shark, Chilean Devil Ray, Bentfin Devil Ray, Giant Devil Ray, Blue Shark, Shortfin Mako Shark, and Longfin Mako Shark.Additionally, EJF report claims that industrial vessels, small-scale traditional fishing fleets, and illegal fishing practices have a big share in the drastic reduction of sharks and rays in Liberia. The report further states that shark and ray lack a legal form of protection in the West African State.However, EJF’s Project Coordinator for West Africa, Amdeep Sanghera, says that the execution of Liberia’s first sharks and rays sustainable management plan of action could change the way fishers react to sharks and rays in the country.Sanghera says that the bold commitment undertaken by the Liberian government to sustainably manage sharks and rays confirms Liberia as an emerging leader on marine conservation.“Undertaking this bold commitment to act now to conserve its threatened sharks and rays highlights not only strong national governance but also confirms Liberia as an emerging leader on marine conservation in the region and in the eyes of the world. EJF looks forward to working with the Liberian government to help make implementation of the national plan a success,” says Amdeep Sanghera, EJF’s coordinator for the project.A statement sent from the the director-general of NaFFA, Emma Glassco, stresses that careful monitoring and sustainable management of sharks and rays is key to reaching a long-term solution for both Liberian fishing communities and the ecosystems on which they depend.Mrs. Glassco, applauds EJC for their findings, as she assures effective implementation of NPOA for sharks and rays.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)