The Dubrovnik Riviera is rich with opportunities to explore – Check out the latest filming locations for the famous Game of Thrones series or paddle out on a Sea Kayaking trip, take a walking tour of the Old Town of Dubrovnik or try your hand at photography in some of the most stunning locations. Or just take a speed boat to one of the many fabulous Croatian beaches in the area… See more



At the gateway to the Dalmatian Islands and National Parks and with stunning old towns, the Split & Trogir Riviera has no shortage of things to do and places to explore. Visit the awe inspiring Plitvice Lakes or swim in the pretty Krka Water falls. Speedboat out to the Island of Hvar and visit the beautiful Blue Caves on Vis Island or reflect on an interesting walking tour of Trogir or Split Old Town… See more..



From it’s famous Zlatni Rat Beach at Bol Town, jutting out into the sea and beautiful bays of turquoise calm water dotted along its coastline, to its luscious countryside, Brac Island has much to explore. Hire a skipper to take you to the best bays on the island of be dropped off at the top of the fabulous peak of Vidova Gora and cycle down! Absorb the atmosphere in little towns and villages or get active with top class wind and kitesurfing conditions.. See more…

Milna Bay, Brac Island


Korcula Island is untouched and fringed with pretty bays and coves with lovely turquoise beaches – perfect for exploring by boat, bike, car. Korcula Town is reputedly the birthplace of Marco Polo and well worth visiting for some sight seeing. Make sure you do some wine tasting whilst on the island! There are also lots of activities such as kayaking, snorkeling, diving for the more active!  See more…

Korcula Town


The Peljesac Peninsula has stunning scenery, turquoise bays, medieval old towns, pretty little islands, plenty of sight seeing, history galore, shipwrecks to dive, coast to kayak, beaches to chill out on, walking and cycling, great food and of course it is the main wine region of Dalmatia so the wine is outstanding – for a really authentic taste of Croatia, the Peljesac Peninsula is worth visiting See more…

Peljesac Peninsula looking across to Korcula Island TH


Explore beautiful Hvar Town with its old world charm and gastro/nightlife and the pretty Pakleni Island archipelago just off its coast or head to the steep south coast beneath the vineyards for some stunning vistas then come inland for some wine tasting of Hvar’s well known wines. There are plenty of bays and beaches to discover so a boat or bike is a great option See more…

Hvar Town, Hvar Island


Almost half of Mljet Island is a national park so there is plenty of stunning natural scenery to explore. Forests vineyards and pretty villages abound. Mljet is a very rural island and a peaceful haven, perfect for walkers or cyclists. The saltwater, interior lakes are wonderfully picturesque. Odyssyus’s Cave is another sight to explore  See more…

Mljet Island, Croatia


Istria is often referred to as Croatia’s Tuscany and it certainly does have many similarities! Explore picturesque hill top villages like Motovun, famous for its film festival, and enjoy the rich gastronomy and wine culture of the area. Wonderful historical sights abound such as Pula with its impressive Roman amphitheatre, and pretty sea side towns like Rovinj are lovely to wander around. The Brijuni Islands national park is a stunning day trip See more…

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From the stunning Zadar archipelago and its national parks to the old town of Zadar itself, there is no shortage of things to see and do in this area. Less well known than it’s more southern neighbour the Split Riviera, the Zadar region is very popular with the sailing community for its islands, scenery and pretty villages, and Zadar itself is gaining in reputation for its cultural vibrancy! See more…