Istria and Kvarner
Best time to visit: spring and autmun.
Located in the northern part of Croatian coastline. Surrounded by beautiful beaches, mountains and historical sites, Istria and Kvarner are places that are definitely worth visiting.
Opatija is a unique town famed for attracting celebrities from all over Europe. The city is full of beautiful architecture and wonderfully manicured parks and gardens.
Rovinj is very popular among tourists due to its elegant town squares, ancient old town and enchanting harbour, which is filled with small boats and followed by a curved promenade that is full of vibrantly coloured houses. Besides its beauty, Rovinj is a great point to start your tour of Istria by visiting the cities of Motovun and Grožnjan. On the way, we recommend you stop at a winery or two to try our Malvazija and Teran, the grapes that grow only here because of Terra Rossa, Istria’s famous soil, or perhaps in Livade, the home of the world biggest truffle.
Pula. This city is renowned for its amphitheatre, which was built by the Romans in 177 BC. It is a Croatian landmark not to be missed.
National park Brioni( Brijuni). The Brioni archipelago, composed of 14 islands, is a unique visiting experience with beautiful Mediterranean vegetation, archaeological sites, an enchanting golf course and a Zoo Park. You will find out why these islands have been popular summer resort for the politicians and the celebrities of the world for centuries.
Best time to visit: from May to October.
Dalmatia is a region located in the far south of Croatia. It includes hundreds of Croatian islands, as well as the mountains Velebit and Biokovo.
The best starting point to explore Dalmatia is from Split, which is centrally located and a Mediterranean jewel itself.
From there, you can decide whether your journey will take you south in direction of Dubrovnik, visiting on the way the islands of Brač, Hvar, Korčula, Mljet, or if you’ll be heading north towards Zadar and visit Skradin and the Krka waterfalls and the Kornati archipelago. The greater part of the Croatian 1246 islands are located in Dalmatia, as well four out of eight of the country’s national parks.
Dubrovnik and surroundings
Best time to visit: all year round.
Regardless of how many times you visit Dubrovnik, you will always be overcome with a sense of awe each time you discover the beauty of its old town. Indeed, it’s hard to imagine anyone becoming jaded by the city’s marble streets, Baroque buildings and the endless shimmer of the Adriatic.
The Elaphite Islands are a small archipelago to the northwest of Dubrovnik. They consist of eight islands and five islets. With its lovely settlements and sandy beaches, the Elaphiti Islands are a great place to relax and enjoy your holidays.
Peljesac is a peninsula located northwest of Dubrovnik. It is famous for its vineyards and wines, the special type of oysters that grow only there, the ancient salt pans and the medieval town of Ston with the second largest defensive wall in the world, second only to the Great Wall of China.
Mljet Island is the greenest part in the entire region of Dubrovnik. It is covered with pine and oak trees and features two endemic salt lakes. It has been protected as a National Park.
Visit Venice on yacht
Best time to visit: all year round.
When you’re done with exploring the beauties of Istria, join us on trip to Venice. Venice is not located far away and there are several marvellous places that we can visit along the way. So, come with us today to discover one of the most beautiful cities in the world!
Venice thrives on mystery and awe, from the secret passageways of Gothic Palazzo Ducale to the esoteric powers of the Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute. However, if you’re not up for exploring, you can just relax and while sipping coffee on Piazza San Marco.