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There is a jewel upon the Adriatic sea that you might have overlooked known as Hvar, Croatia.
Being one of the many coastal cities in Croatia, holidays in Hvar are increasingly popular, and, with azure skies and even bluer seas, makes for the perfect place for a holiday.
Whether you are looking to sip wine and lounge on beaches or want to go island-hopping around Split, Hvar, and Dubrovnik to experience adventures at every turn, Hvar has something special for you.
Spend your holidays to Hvar travelling to this beautiful, historical coastal destination with us this summer.
The historic Korčula Town boasts the spectacular medieval old town and fortifications, romantic cobbled streets and exquisite restaurants.
Korčula Island is one of Croatia’s most historic Islands.
Boasting Medieval Old Town, Korčula is the alleged birthplace of Marco Polo, the Medieval traveller and merchant.
Relax on Korčula’s beaches with your friends and family, taste delicious sea food dishes and walk Korčula’s Medieval streets.
With breathtaking sunny beaches and warm weather, Korčula is a perfect destination for a relaxing honeymoon holiday.
A perfect choice for tourists looking to stay active while on holiday, Krk Island is popular for extreme water sports such as parasailing and wakeboarding.
If you’d rather relax while on Krk, explore its beautiful beaches and taste delicious food.
Enjoy a stroll around the Krk Old Town and visit the Frankopan Castle, named after the noble family of Frankopan who ruled this area.
Visit Krk aquarium and terrarium or explore other towns in Krk Island.
Enjoy a day trip to picturesque Košljun island or to Lošinj, often dubbed “the island of vitality”.
The Island of Vis lies just over a two-hour ferry ride from Split.
Of all the Croatian islands, this one is the furthest from the mainland, and therefore less crowded (for now at least!).
It had served as a military base in Former Yugoslavia in the second half of the 20th century, keeping tourists at bay.
Today, it is a desirable destination among those looking for an authentic experience.
More and more tourists come to Vis every year, especially after the release of the second Mamma Mia movie in 2018, which was filmed on Vis.
Whether you opt for a cruise holiday stopping on Vis or decide to book a tailor-made island-hopping trip, Vis will not leave you disappointed. Beautiful, clean sea, untouched nature and lots of sun await on Vis Island!
Set in the Kvarner region, Rab Island is the up-and-coming destination.
Its proximity to Croatia’s capital city of Zagreb makes it a favourite holiday destination for many Croatians and tourists alike.
The island’s history can be traced back to Roman times, after which Rab (or Arba in Latin) went through the periods of Byzantine and Croatian rule before being sold to the mighty Venetian republic in the early 15th century.
Don’t miss out on Rab Town, well known for its four historic bell towers giving this historic city a unique charm.
Book our Northern Adriatic Adventure tailor-made holiday or join the Kvarner Islands cruise trip to visit Rab on your next trip to Croatia!
Only an hour ferry ride away from Split, Brač Island is a perfect choice for your next family holiday.
Lacking the glitz and glam of its neighbour, Hvar, Brač has a relaxing vibe attracting those looking for a beach holiday.
Brač is the largest island in central Dalmatia, famous for the beautiful Zlatni rat (Golden horn) beach set in the small fisherman’s village of Bol.
Travel to Bol to sunbathe on Croatia’s most photographed beach and dip into crystal clear waters; if you’re looking for a less-touristy destination, perhaps head to Supetar.
Beautiful beaches providing plenty of shade beneath the pine trees, simple traditional taverns and warm evenings await on Brač Island. Visit Brač on one of our Dalmatian cruise trips or opt for a tailor-made island-hopping trip.