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 ...Go to Destination
If you want to man your own vessel, the best way to do it is to take a private kayak tour to Dubrovnik’s hidden beaches, which are only accessible by water.
DOC Commercial Center, Kralja Tomislava 7, 20000 Dubrovnik, Croatia
Go wine tasting at a winery that’s been making wine for more than 2,000 years. Bastijana Winery produces some of the highest quality wines in the country, thanks to the winery’s owner and expert winemaker, Andro Tomic.
21465 Jelsa, Island Hvar, Croatia
Go shopping in Placa, the main shopping drag in Dubrovnik’s Old Town, and make a stop at the oldest tie shop in the country, Croata. In the 1600s, the Croatians invented the tie, also known as the cravat.
Pred dvorom 2 (Old Town), Dubrovnik, Croatia
Go sailing in Hvar -- a sailor’s paradise. In fact, the island has awesome sailing weather conditions from March to October.
Bastun doo, Obala bb, 21450 Hvar, Croatia
Visit some of the world best’s beaches in Hvar, part of Croatia’s Dalmatian islands. Beneath the island’s waters is 2,000 years of natural history, with centuries-old shipwrecks and secret grottos to explore.
Trg sv. Stjepana 42; 21450 Hvar, Croatia
Visit Pula, one of the biggest cities on Croatia’s Istrian Peninsula. Take a walking tour of the city’s well-preserved Roman ruins, including the sixth largest Roman amphitheater in the world. For the more adventurous, go rock climbing!
Forum 3, 52100 Pula, Croatia
Head outside of Dubrovnik for a day trip to Montenegro. The small country’s landscape includes towering fjords, jagged mountains, 117 beaches, incredible hiking trails and the Tara River -- the perfect spot for extreme white-water rafting.
ul.Slobode 10, Bijelo Polje, Montenegro