Famous for being home to one of Croatia’s most outstanding UNESCO World Heritage sites, Split has plenty to offer the discerning traveller. The seaside city boasts the impressive fortress-like complex of Diocletian’s Palace, many museums and art galleries, and the elegant palm tree lined Riva promenade. To witness the historic city truly come alive, visit the vibrant Green Market first thing in the morning.
Croatia’s top summer resort has to be Hvar Island. The island’s port and resort town is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the ambience. The harbour is filled with expensive mega-yachts that belong to the millionaires and celebrities who love to unwind in such a spectacular location. Whilst Hvar flaunts a jet-set vibe it also offers peace and tranquillity, and historic and cultural attractions to keep you occupied.
Dubrovnik is considered to be one of the world’s most beautiful and cosmopolitan UNESCO World Heritage site listed cities. Located within its dramatic and protective ancient walls you will discover elegant marbled streets, medieval architecture, historic churches and palaces, and an array of stylish cafes, bars and restaurants. If you appreciate the beauty of fine Baroque, Renaissance and Gothic styles of architecture, Dubrovnik certainly has it all.