CROATIA LOCATIONS

KORCULA TOWN

Korcula town is a short passenger or car ferry hop from Orebic, and is one of the best preserved medieval towns of the Mediterranean.
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ZLATNI RAT, BOL

Facing south, directly opposite the Island of Hvar, the famous and stunning Zlatni Rat Beach juts out into the turquoise sea – Situated at the edge of the little old town of Bol, it is much photographed due to its shape-shifting beauty  and it’s turquoise colours – the peninsula of shingley sand changes shape with the tides – this beach is much visited and a space on it is sought after!
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MOSTAR OLD TOWN

Mostar Old Town is one of the most popular day trip for tourists visiting Dubrovnik and Split and it’s a beautiful town – If you are just doing a quick visit to the Mostar area, it’s worth being a bit of a tourist; Mostar is famous for being the place where East meets West and the history, culture, food and architecture are pretty diverse.
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MEDJUGORJE

Medjugorje is the scene of an apparent visitation by the Virgin Mary to a group of youngsters on a hill near the town – The visitation happened on 24th June, 198, and apparently still occur.
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POCITELJ VILLAGE

Pocitelj Village is a small Ottoman hillside village not far from Mostar in the Dubrovnik direction (maybe 15 minutes drive from Mostar Town) – it is on the banks of the banks of the Neretva River, on the main road between Mostar and Dubrovnik.
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MIRCA BAY

Mirca Bay is a pretty little place with beautiful beaches and scenery – just right for getting away from it all and relaxing but the next stop along from Supetar so an easy transfer and close to more action if you get restless.
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SUTIVAN BAY

Sutivan Bay is a pretty little sea side town near Supetar Bay so it’s a short transfer from the ferry port if you are crossing from Split.
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Slano Bay, Dubrovnik Riviera

SLANO BAY

Slano is an absolute must for anyone who loves relaxing in the sunshine by the sea in quiet and peaceful surroundings.
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BRSECINE BAY

Brsecine Bay is a beautiful little village on the Orasac Coast – just a short drive from Orasac Bay, it’s a gorgeous place to kick back and relax for a day.
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OREBIC

Orebic has a pretty old town and lovely beach at the end of the old town and is named after a famous seafaring family and was the maritime centre of the Peljesac Peninsula – Roman remains have been found here and, until 1806, it was part of the Dubrovnik administration.
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STIKOVICE BAY

Stikovice is a lovely little bay just at the entrance to Zaton Bay and the turn off the main road to drive down is on a bend so you can easily miss it!
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OMIS

Omis is an historic town famous for it’s legendary pirates and awesome gorge with the stunning river Cetina running through it and ancient fortresses built on it which once protected the town from invasion.
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BOL TOWN

Bol Town is a vibrant little sea side town all through the summer season with a very pretty harbour and lots of bay side restaurants and bars to tempt you.
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BRNA BAY

Brna Bay and sits on one side of a peninsula and is a lovely place to stop for lunch – this beautiful bay has a shop, some restaurants, little harbour and beach – it’s is very pretty and on the other side of the little peninsula there is another beautiful bay with a beach.
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PRIZBA

Prizba is a little place on the southern coast of Korcula Island about 4km from Brna and about 25 minutes drive from Zavalatica.
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VILLA LUCIA - KONAVLE, DUBROVNIK RIVIERA

KONAVLE

Dubrovnik meets Tuscany! The Konavle Region is just south of Dubrovnik Airport so easily accessible.
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SUPETAR BAY

Supetar is a popular holiday town due to its pretty and atmospheric old town and attractive beaches and pine forests along its coast – If  you are staying in the town, you won’t be short of lovely places to swim, visit or eat!
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SIBENIK

Sibenik is a wonderful old town and although much less well know than other old towns on the Dalmatian coast it is well worth seeing – about an hours drive from Trogir, its beautiful buildings will interest those who love to sight-see and are interested in architecture.
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ROVINJ

Rovinj is a beautiful old town jutting into the sea with pretty colourful houses and winding, medieval streets – it is around 40km from Pula and one of the must popular towns because it is so pretty!
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POREC

Porec is one of the main old towns and destinations on the Istrian peninsula – the old town is beautiful and juts out into the Adriatic Sea – it still has its roman grid street format – in fact you can still visit its original Roman street.
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PULA

Pula is the largest town on the Istrian peninsula and has a rich history which dates back 3000 years, indeed it is most famous for it’s stunning Roman ampitheatre which is still used today for concerts and events.
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ZADAR COAST & ARCHIPELAGO

Zadar Coast

Zadar lies just up the coast from Split & Trogir – Zadar is about an hour / hour and half’s drive from Sibenik/ Primosten /Trogir (where most Split Riviera villas are) – with an airport in Zadar, it is a good alternative for flights to the Split/Trogir region too and we can arrange transfers easily from Zadar to the Trogir area and Split area as a whole.
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TUCEPI

Tucepi is a is a holiday haven – tasteful hotels and accommodation along a beautiful, pine shaded beach not far from Makarska, it is a good location for an easy holiday with family or friends.
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MAKARSKA

Makarska is the main town of the Makarska Riviera and has lots going on – It has a pretty old town with restaurants and marina and then on the other side of the peninsula it has a large bay with long, attractive beaches.
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BASKA VODA

Baska Voda is one of the main tourist areas on the Makarska Riviera – with its beautiful sweeping beach fringed with pine trees, its attractive marina and beach promenade with stalls and restaurants, it is well set up to cater for its many holiday makers who full its hotels and apartments.
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BRELA

Brela  is a pretty town on the Makarska Riviera which has beautiful beaches with calm, turquoise water, perfect for sunbathing and swimming.
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IGRANE & ZIVOGOSCE

Igrane is a lovely little town on the Makarska Riviera with a pretty beach front and beautiful beach – it’s perfect for families or couples the beach has a shallow incline with millpond calm water – idyllic for swimming.
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HVAR ISLAND BAYS & COVES

If you want to get away from it all then there are some fantastic cozy little bays which have little B&B’s, a few apartments and villas (usually from around 1-10 properties).
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SAPLUNARA

The Island of Mljet is well known for its National Park but that is by no means all it has to offer – If you want to get off the beaten track for some serenity and  unadulterated nature and scenery then head for Saplunara, the centre piece of which is a stunning, sweeping, turquoise bay.
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ORASAC BAY

Orasac Bay is a great place for a Croatia holiday – just 15 minutes drive from the Old Town of Dubrovnik, Orasac is just around the bay from pretty Zaton Bay and has stunning views out across the blue, open sea with views out to the beautiful Elafiti Islands.
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VRBOSKA

Founded in the 15th century, the Vrboska we know today is a picturesque little town situated in a fjord – It is known as “Little Venice” due to its many little bridges and it is a very pleasant place to sit for a drink and watch the world go by!
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JELSA

A very pretty little fishing town, Jelsa is a lovely spot for a family holiday or for couples who want to experience quintessential Croatia.
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HVAR TOWN

Hvar is pronounced “Hwar” by Croatians and is a fascinating place – It’s name comes from the Greek “Pharos” which means “lighthouse” and its history includes the Illyrians, the Greeks and the Romans, who are responsible for its decidedly delectable wine producing industry today..
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POVLJA BAY

Povlja is a little town on the sea on far from Sumartin – if you look on a map you will see it is surrounded by some very pretty coves and beaches so it’s an interesting area with plenty of natural beauty and perfect for getting away from it all!
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POSTIRA

About 15 minutes drive from Supetar, Positra is easy to get to and very pretty – surrounded lovely coves and beaches and as with the whole of Brac Island, the coastline is gorgeous.
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MILNA BAY

Milna is a pretty fishing town in a sheltered bay with south facing beaches and crystal clear water, surrounded by pine forest so perfect for lazy days on the beach with family or friends.
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VIDOVA GORA

Vidova Gora on the island of Brac is the highest peak of all the Croatian islands – It’s a fantastic view point and apart from being able to see the distant Croatian island of Jabuka (apple) and practically the while of one side of the Island of Hvar, you can apparently see as far as Italy on a clear day!
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SELCA

Selca is just next to Sumartin on the Island of Brac and just a little bit inland , it has a lovely village square where locals enjoy the sunshine and the coffee bars and as will become clear if you visit Selca, it is famous for it’s stone-masonries!
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SUMARTIN BAY

Sumartin is a pretty sea edge town on the Island of Brac with quintessential little harbour and bobbing boats plus beautiful beach.
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Trsteno Arboretum & Village, Dubrovnik

TRSTENO BAY

Trsteno Bay is a really pretty village on the Orasac Coast – the main event is the spectacular little bay and impressive arboretum leading down to it.
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SPLIT OLD TOWN

Split is very close to Trogir and certainly worth visiting, especially if you want to do a bit of sightseeing or discover more of the history of the area… The Palace of Roman Emperor Diocletian (started approx 293AD) is a must see – the palace makes up much of the “Riva” which is the waterfront of the old town of Split and is about 30 thousand square metres.
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PRIMOSTEN

Primosten lies just up the coast from Split & Trogir – it boasts an beautiful old town, jutting out into the sea and is surrounded by turquoise water, about half an hour’s drive from Trogir, it is a pleasant drive.
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