Where is Adriatic Sea?
The Adriatic sea, the Adriatic sea (from Latin Mare Adriaticum, Italian: Mare Adriatico, in the South Slavic languages, Jadransko more, or simply Jadran, Slovene: Jadransko morje, Albanian: Deti Adriatik), is the elongated Northern side of the basin of the Mediterranean sea, named after the town of Adria in Italy (province of Rovigo). To the Adriatic Sea is reckoned all that lies north of the Strait of Otranto. It separates the Apennine Peninsula from the Balkan Peninsula.
Neighbouring countries are Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina (near Neum), Montenegro and Albania.
Where did the Adriatic Sea get its name?
How deep is the Adriatic Sea?
What Sea is between Italy and Croatia?
Are there sharks in Croatia sea?
Is the sea warm in Croatia?
Why is the Adriatic Sea so blue?
Is Mediterranean water warm?
Is the Adriatic sea calm?