Split

2018-12-20T13:50:03+00:00

No visit to the region would be complete without coming to Split to walk along it's glorious seafront promenade with bars, restaurants, street performers and a magnificent view, especially at night. Enjoy the typically narrow polished limestone streets while you explore the Diocletian's Palace, one of the world’s most impressive Roman monuments and a [...]

Trogir

2018-12-20T13:50:10+00:00

This tiny, old Croatian town is squeezed onto a little island that is 500m long and 250m wide; located between the mainland and Čiovo island. Trogir is full of history and the whole island is a UNESCO World heritage site. There is a maze of winding streets to explore as well as a wide seafront promenade [...]

Dubrovnik

2018-12-20T13:57:16+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 [...]

Šibenik

2018-12-20T13:50:28+00:00

This beautiful ancient city is situated on the mouth of the river Krka, sheltered from the sea by the passage of Saint Anthony. It was founded by the Croats and was the seat of King Petar Krešimir I. Over the course of its history, it has been through the hands of Venice, Byzantium, and Hungary and [...]

Zadar

2018-12-24T08:05:53+00:00

The city of Zadar is the oldest in Croatia, settled 3000 years ago. It is known for the Venetian and Roman ruins and buildings that fill the historic old town peninsula. This dynamic and vibrant city is less crowded than its southern peers of Split and Dubrovnik, but holds just as much interest. In [...]