HIGHLIGHTS OF CROATIA
Island hopping. From the vineyards, beaches and traditional villages of Korcula to Hvar’s charming squares, cathedrals and monasteries, and the pine groves and white sand beaches of the Pakleni archipelago, Croatia’s islands simply must be explored.
The Dubrovnik Summer Festival. Head to Dubrovnik in the summer for an incredible 47 days of open-air drama and chamber music concerts coming from over 2,000 artists.
Diocletian’s Palace in Split. Gazing out over the harbour, the impressive Diocletian's Palace is one of the most amazing Roman ruins in existence. The 220 buildings within the palace boundaries are still home to around 3,000 people, and with locals going about their daily business, shoppers dipping in and out of classy boutiques and diners filling up the lively restaurants, Diocletian’s Palace is much more than a relic.
Sailing the Adriatic. Aboard a luxurious sailing boat, explore the electric-blue Adriatic in style. Glide between the beautiful Croatian islands - from bustling Hvar to the lesser-explored Kornati or Elafiti – to discover some of Croatia’s most glistening gems.