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The UNESCO World heritage Site of Dubrovnik Old Town sits at its heart of the Dubrovnik Riviera with pretty bays and charming sea edge villages up and down the coast, either side. With the beautiful Elafiti Islands just off the coast, you are spoilt for choice for where to stay and what to visit on a Dubrovnik villa holiday…Cavtat, Mlini, Lapad, Stikovica, Zaton, Slano, Konavle – See more

Dubrovnik Old Town


Brac Island is a fantastic choice for a villa holiday in Croatia. Take a flight to Split  & ferry hop in about an hour to Brac Island to explore unspoilt Croatian beaches, some of the best Croatian food and wine & charming sea edge villages full of ambiance…There are no shortage of activities on Brac Island, from boat trips to windsurfing or just exploring. Brac Island – Sumartin, Bol, Milna… See more…

Korcula town, Korcula Island


Hvar Island – The Island of Hvar is home to the beautiful & cosmopolitan, yet traditional Hvar Town with its classy harbour. Dotted along the coast from Hvar Town you will find pretty little villages with that “off the beaten track” feel, but only a short drive to Hvar Town itself! Or try the other side of the island and the ambience of Jelsa or Vrboska – Hvar Island – Hvar Town, Jelsa, Vrboska… See more…

Hvar Town, Hvar Island


Peljesac Peninsula – The stunning peninsula lies approximately half an hours drive from Dubrovnik and stretches through the wine region, a further hour to its tip and the gateway to the islands of Korcula and Hvar! Beautiful scenery, lovely beaches and good value food and wine, the peninsula is a great holiday location – Orebic, Perna, Viganj, Loviste… See more…

Mljet Island, Croatia


Beautiful bays, wonderful scenery, getting back to nature – Mljet Island is serenity itself… If you want to get off the beaten track and discover some of Croatia’s unadulterated coastline and untouched beauty, this is your place. See more…

Hvar Town, Hvar Island


The Makarska Riviera has some of Croatia’s most beautiful beaches… Quite touristy, more  hotel oriented than it’s more quaint and traditional Dubrovnik or Brac Island counterparts, it pays to go at the right time of year when it’s less busy but even in high season this area caters well for families and those seeking a week on the beach. See more…


Popular with sailors, Zadar has a wonderful archipelago of islands including the Kornati Islands National Park, Dugi Otok and the Telescica Nature Park which are a delight to anyone who loves beautiful scenery and nature. See more…

Zadar Villas, Croatia


The Istrian Peninsula is in the north of Croatia and is more Tuscan in its charm than the much more Mediterranean southern Croatia and Dubrovnik/Split for example. Pretty hilltop villages and old stone villas with lovely sea edge towns. Istrian food and wine is also a speciality and truffles are a regional delicacy! Rovinj, Porec, Pula, Labin, Umag, Motovun… See more…

Zadar Villas, Croatia


If you’re going on holiday to Croatia, we’d recommend that Bosnia & Herzegovina should be high on your list for a day trip excursion – or even for a longer stay if you have time. The famous old bridge in the Mostar Old Tow is ‘must-see’, Sarajevo, Pocitelj, Blagaj ,Medjugorje and there is so much else to soak in and discover about this area … See more…

Bosna & Herzegovina

Photo 10 – Rovinj © Ivo Biocina via Croatian National Tourist Board