Croatia & Montenegro
Croatia presents a cultural character with a lot of theatres, churches and museums. Some of the most popular Croatian ports are Hvar, Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar and Rijeka. Montenengro, being very close to Croatia presents attractive beaches ideal for relaxation and a lot of interesting shops and restaurants that line up in Porto Montenegro! Korcula is also impressive with its Adriatic sunsets, timeless beauty and elegant houses!
Split is the second largest city in Croatia presenting a baroque style and many old churches, museums and nice restaurants. One of the main attractions is the Diocletian's Palace among the best preserved monuments of the Roman building heritage and the National Theatre!
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. Hvar displays with pride the oldest municipal theatre in Europe!
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!