Croatia presents a cultural character with a lot of theatres, churches and museums. She is a dream vacation destination with breathtaking sceneries, amazing beaches and a diverse culinary scene, that you should definitely discover. Some of the most popular Croatian ports are Split, Hvar, Korcula and Dubrovnik. Visit Croatia in June or September period and catch the pleasant weather of the country, with less crowds for more relaxation! Try local wines, taste delicious specialties and fill your evenings with refreshing cocktails, while watching the sunset colors! Grab the chance to discover the shipwrecks in Korcula island and if you are a nature lover, don't miss trying sea kayaking in Dubrovnik. 




Split is the second largest city in Croatia after Zagreb and one of the hottest spots of the country, presenting a baroque style and many old churches, museums and nice restaurants. There you can start exploring the rest of Dalmatia, yet the city offers many options. The Old Town is one of the most ancient of the world and you will distinguish the Renaissance architecture. One of the main attractions is the Diocletian’s palace among the best-preserved monuments of the Roman building heritage and the National Theatre! Tour in the narrow streets and discover the cute cafes and bars even inside the palace!



Hvar is known as Queen of the Croatian Dalmatian islands presenting rocky beaches surrounded by pine forests and lush vegetation! There are also several natural sandy beaches, yet you can cruise to Pakleni Islands to take photos and swim in secluded bays and coves with crystal clear waters. Taste traditional Croatian food and local wine and take a walk to Spanjola Fortress, a Venetian construction, which offers the best view of the island and the Adriatic. Hvar displays with pride the oldest municipal theatre in Europe! And something you should know: The island's nickname is the Lavender Island because of the plentiful lavender fields that you will see blooming in July! Don't miss the chance to buy some lavender scented oils as a souvenir!



Korcula is a Croatian island in the Adriatic sea. It is a famous charter destination as the old town with the narrow alleys, the lush dark green forests, the beautiful beaches with small pebbles and the whole scenery make the place magical and mysterious. You can visit a vineyard and try local wine varieties or go to a luxurious restaurant and taste local specialties with olive oil of high quality. The island has an abundant marine life with over 200 species of fish and numerous shipwrecks to discover. After spending the day in the water, fill your evening with a cocktail while watching the sunset. During the summer you will also have the chance to watch numerous music festivals that take place in Korcula island!



Dubrovnik is known as the 'Pearl of the Adriatic' and has managed to preserve its beautiful Gothic, Renaissance monasteries, palaces and fountains! The Old town with its traditional restaurants and baroque churches is ideal for an evening walk! The Dubrovnik's impressive walls create a medieval atmosphere, as you face the town. Cruise to the uninhabited island of Lokrum and enjoy the sun and the cobalt blue sea in utmost serenity. Alternatively, you can try cliff jumping at Buza bars, or mostly known as "hole in the wall" and go for sea kayaking. For the nature lovers, a must stop are the botanical gardens, where you will find numerous species of plants.

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