Destinations

Mljet

Mljet, an island located in the southern part of the Adriatic Sea, is Croatia’s greenest island and one of its most precious natural treasures. The island is renowned for its dense pine forests, pristine beaches, and picturesque villages. Visitors can explore the island’s natural beauty, which includes two saltwater lakes, a national park, and various hiking trails.

 

 

The Elaphiti Islands

The Elaphiti Islands, a stunning archipelago consisting of 13 islands off the coast of Dubrovnik, are Croatia’s hidden gems waiting to be discovered. Renowned for their breathtaking landscapes, rich history, and diverse activities, the Elaphiti Islands offer something for every type of traveler, from history buffs to adventure seekers and relaxation enthusiasts.

 

 

Korčula

Korčula is a charming town located on the eastern side of the Adriatic Sea, known for its rich history, stunning architecture, and picturesque landscapes. The town is home to several landmarks and cultural attractions, including the St. Mark’s Cathedral, the Korčula Town Museum, and the Marco Polo House.

 

 

Montenegro

Montenegro, a land of contrasts, borders the Adriatic Sea with a coastline of 293,5 km. Situated in the Balkans, Montenegro is a country that merges the best of both worlds – breathtaking nature of awe striking Montenegrin mountains with the crystal clear shades of blue that is the Adriatic.

 

 

Hvar

Hvar

The island of Hvar is the queen of the Croatian Dalmatian islands. It has been famous since the antique because of its important strategic and nautical position, the rich of the various historical periods, the culture and natural monuments and the literature.

 

 

Bol/Brač

Bol, on the island of Brač in Croatia, is a small town on the southern coast of Brač, under the Vidova Gora mountain (the highest top of the Adriatic islands). Upon arrival in Bol, guests will have the opportunity to explore the town’s many attractions, including the famous Zlatni Rat beach, the Dominican Monastery, and the Vidova Gora viewpoint.

 

 

Split

Split is the biggest city in Dalmatia. It is one of the oldest ancient roman cities in the Europe with impressive roman monuments and history. Upon arrival in the beautiful city of Split, guests can explore the rich history, stunning architecture, and bustling atmosphere of the city. There are numerous attractions to visit, such as the Diocletian’s Palace, the Cathedral of Saint Domnius, and the Riva promenade.