The balcony of the Adriatic Sea
Taylor-made trip to Croatia
From medieval monasteries and palaces that await in the heart of the city’s walls, white stone houses that climb the mountains and quiet sea ports where you can taste the best fresh fish to welcoming coves of turquoise blue, vineyards and aromatic lavender fields.
Croatia combines freshness and Mediterranean flavor. The Plitvice Lakes National Park, Trogir, the Diocletian’s Palace in Split, the fields of Stari Grad in Hvar or the old town of Dubrovnik are must-sees on your trip to Croatia.
Croatia. Search for truffles
Search for truffles in Istria, a peninsula with Italian influence.
Croatia. Private wine tasting
Private wine tasting on the island of Hvar and oyster tasting in Ston.
Croatia. Romantic dinner on the private beach
Romantic dinner on the private beach of the Aman Sveti Stefan.
Croatia. Cruise to the island of Sipan
Cruise to the island of Sipan, the largest of the thirteen Elaphiti Islands.
Croatia. Admire Dubrovnik
Admire Dubrovnik in a different way with an exclusive kayak tour or dine in private at the Diocletian’s Palace in Split, tasting its exquisite local cuisine.
Recommended season: Summer
The best time to travel to Croatia is between July and August. With summer just around the corner you can enjoy the beaches and the islands and take different trips within the country.
Discover the Croatian Museum of Naive Art in Zagreb with one of its curators.
VIP tickets for a concert of the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra.
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