Croatia is an extraordinary country boasting towering mountains, verdant crops of coastline and charming seaside towns.
Its unique coastline is packed with pristine beaches with clear sapphire waters, protected by the thousands of islands that dot the coast.
Old Town with cobbled streets & alleyways
Dubrovinik is described by George Bernard Shaw Irish playwright ,as heaven on earth and encircled by ancient city walls, Dubrovnik’s stunning Old Town with its cobbled streets and narrow stepped alleyways boasts an 18th century Cathedral, a 14th century Dominican Monastery and the handsome Gothic Renaissance Rector’s Palace, housing the Cultural Historical Museum.
For some of the most enchanting holidays in Croatia, Dubrovnik is a fantastic destination.
Adriatic coast, provide the perfect escape from modern day life
Terracotta rooftops, stone buildings set at the edge of crystal clear waters, secluded coves, pretty harbours, picturesque bays and a profusion of forests of evergreen pine, oak and cypress, typify the landscape of the Dubrovnik Riviera which must rank very highly indeed on a list of the world’s most charming coastlines.
And the sleepy shores of islands, scattered like pebbles off this stretch of the Adriatic coast, provide the perfe
Split area is the delightful seaside town of Podstrana with beaches
Split is Croatia’s second largest city there is plenty for everyone in Split.
Located on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea the area boasts beaches, a wealth of historical sites and waterfront bars and restaurants for you to enjoy.
In the greater Split area is the delightful seaside town of Podstrana with beaches and medieval churches to explore.
Delightful beaches, coves and medieval hilltop hamlets.
Istria, the heart-shaped peninsula on Croatia’s northwestern coast, boasts crystal clear Adriatic waters.
Istria offers delightful beaches and coves, fortified medieval hilltop hamlets including the tiny town of Hum, and picturesque coastal towns where Venetian architecture endorses the area’s historic ties with, and geographic closeness to, Italy; it’s a popular, trendy region known for its fantastic restaurants and award winning wines.
Mountain Range of the Dinaric Alps
On the Dalmatian Coast, the Adriatic Highway are backed by the pink-hued Biokovo Mountain Range of the Dinaric Alps to the north.
You can tumble down the lower slopes towards gently sloping beaches and crystal clear Adriatic waters.
Lively Makarska town, 60km southeast of Split and 140km north of Dubrovnik, boasts a pine-fringed promenade overlooking the town’s pretty harbour plus an Old Town with narrow cobbled streets and renowned Franciscan Monastery.
The delightful Hvar Town is the real star of the island.
Queen of the Dalmatian Islands, beautiful Hvar, is favoured by wealthy Croatians and discerning Italians whose luxury yachts anchor off the coast during the summer months.
It’s a 105 minute ferry journey from Split to the main port of Stari Grad, which set around a bay, is the oldest settlement on the island and a charming little town with a host of restaurants, bars and shops.
Surrounding olive groves and vineyards
By dint of being home to the largest settlement of people on Brac, Supetar, named after St Peter, is widely regarded as the island’s capital.
Located on the northern coast, in addition to beaches and restaurants around the pretty bay, there are churches, bell-towers, a mausoleum and 6th century Christian mosaics to see.
The surrounding olive groves and vineyards are dotted with small round, domed buildings.
Sixteen lakes interconnected by stunning waterfalls
Nestled in dense forest, Plitvice Lakes are arguably one of the world’s most beautiful natural phenomena and, not surprisingly, boast UNESCO World Natural Heritage status for their stunning scenery, huge varieties of flora and fauna, hidden caves and a total of sixteen travertine-style lakes connected by spectacular waterfalls.
Acclaimed birthplace of Marco Polo
The island of Korcula is blessed with an abundance of vineyards, ancient olive groves and dense woods, as well as tranquil hamlets and traditional fishing villages.
Along its north coast there are pretty bays with pebble beaches, whilst the south features quiet coves and small sandy beaches with Luka Korculanska in Korcula Town especially popular with families, or Przina near Lumbarda.
Grea watersports and excellent restaurants
The Biokovo mountains are where the River Cetina meets the clear Adriatic Sea.
Omis is a pleasant market town located between Split and Makarska and an ideal base from which to explore the Cetina Gorge where hiking, mountaineering and rafting on the river are popular pastimes.
The town’s well-preserved 16th century fortress affords spectacular views from its hilltop vantage, a tiny 10th century church is theoldest surviving structure in the town.
Glorious blue waters inhabited by a vast range of sea life
Located near the city of Dubrovnik, Kolocep is one of the three inhabited Elaphiti Islands.
With no cars on the island, the landscape lies immersed in lush forest, broken up by the presence of vineyards, olive groves and citrus trees.
Encircled by gloriously blue waters inhabited by a vast range of sea life, the island enjoys picturesque views and enticing cuisine.
A peaceful, and relaxing stay the island is sparsely populated
Sipan, boasts an unspoilt lush landscape, and once favoured by the Dubrovnik aristocracy is home to numerous 16th century residences as well as over 30 churches.
Popular with those seeking a peaceful and relaxing stay the island is sparsely populated with two settlements; charming Sipanska Luka is the main town and has a well protected harbour, sandy beach and palmlined seafront.
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