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Known as the land of a thousand islands, beaches in Croatia are just as gorgeous as their more famous Italian counterparts. Soak up some rays on Hvar Island, stroll the streets of Old Town in seaside city ...

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Konoba Batelina

No matter what you've been doing all day, hit up this restaurant for some melt-in-your-mouth truffle dishes. "Konoba” is Croatian for tavern, and you'll have to get directions from a local because this place doesn't have a sign.

Čimulje 25, 52100 Pula, Croatia

 
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Nautika Restaurant

Chef Mario Bunda customizes a menu for you at the No. 1 restaurant in Dubrovnik, with dishes like fresh cream of scampi soup with black truffles and the catch of the day. Enjoy the incredible view of Old Town and the sea while you dine.

Brsalje no. 3, 20000 Dubrovnik, Croatia

 
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The Wine Vault

Croatian master chef Tom Gretic specializes in French-Mediterranean cuisine. The restaurant, located in Hotel Monte Mulini, offers a variety of tasty dishes, including pheasant for 2 glazed with beurre noisette and topped with cold port wine sauce.

A. Smareglia bb, 52210 Rovinj, Croatia

 

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