Dubrovnik

2019-12-07T12:07:11+00:00

This pearl of the Adriatic coast is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and should be on your 'bucket list'. One of the last remaining walled towns, its many sights are one of the top attractions in Croatia. For centuries, Dubrovnik was an independent republic with its own laws and currency. We recommend visiting early [...]

Korčula

2019-12-07T12:10:39+00:00

Marco Polo’s hometown of Korčula, justly known as 'little-Dubrovnik', will take your breath away with it's amazing medieval architecture. Walk through the fortress enclosed in stone walls with romantic cobbled streets and other hidden treasures. It is rich in vineyards and olive groves, so dinner comes served with one of the best white Croatian [...]

Lastovo

2019-12-07T12:11:31+00:00

The 46 islands around Lastovo form an archipelago that is one of Croatia's beautiful Nature parks. Like Vis to the northwest, the island of Lastovo was only recently opened to the public. It used to be a military base, therefore it has a relatively unspoiled charm. There is a mass of marine life, ancient [...]

Mljet

2019-12-07T12:11:50+00:00

Legend says Odysseus was shipwrecked on this island and he remained there, a captive of the nymph called Calypso, for 7 years. Experience the natural beauty of Mljet National Park where you can cycle, walk and kayak around the two famous saltwater lakes. The water temperature is higher than the sea, which is great [...]

Elaphite Islands

2020-01-13T19:37:35+00:00

These are a small archipelago of 13 islands and islets stretching northwest of Dubrovnik. The largest of the Elaphite islands are Koločep, Lopud, and Šipan. This trio of islands are all permanently inhabited. Koločep is a green and lush, covered with centuries’ old pine and carob woods, olive groves and gardens filled with oranges [...]