If your Mediterranean fantasies feature balmy days by sapphire waters in the shade of ancient walled towns, Croatia is the place to turn them into reality. Croatia’s extraordinary island-speckled coastline is indisputably its main attraction. Part of the appeal lies in its diversity. You’ll find glitz and glamour in places like Hvar, where fancy yachts and fancier threads are “de rigueur.” Whereas you will find deserted film scenes for many episodes of the Game of Thrones all over the country.
Yes, the popular places such as Dubrovnik (an independent merchant republic for 700 years), Split (built by the Greeks in th 4th centrury) , Vis, Korcula, Miljet, Cavtat and Trogir are crowded in summer, but your choice to anchor off in secluded bays on your own yacht is overwhelming. Cool, crystal clear waters surround some 1000 small granite islands, the majority of which are steeped in history and relics of artisans. Exquisite yet unostentatious architecture inland means you spend just as much time in the enchanting towns as on the water if you want.
Top restaurants as well as local eateries border the coast. Vinyards , olive orchards, ancient pine trees and lavender fields flavouring the coastal air with a sweet smell. Exciting bike tours are gaining foothold along the coastal roads. Moments will be your guiding light in teaming you up with the local experts to guide you around.
Visit the walled city of Dubrovnik, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The well preserved 15th Century "Old Town" features cobbled streets , squares and fountains and ancient buildings all created from the same beautiful cut stone.
How about experiencing the real truffle seeking with special trained dogs in Istria?
Join one of the many Music festivals attracting famous DJ’s or authentic Gypsy music