The Pearl of the Mediterranean
Once overlooked, Croatia has quickly reclaimed its reputation as one of Europe’s must-see destinations. Renowned for its crystal-clear coves, wooded islands, vineyard-clad hills and picturesque harbor towns, the Dalmatian Coast is an adventurer’s paradise.
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- Marvel at Hvar Town’s magnificent Venetian Renaissance architecture
- Sea kayak the peaceful waters around the Pakleni Otoci islands
- Cruise by private boat to Korčula and bike the island’s vineyard and olive grove-clad hills, admiring spectacular views of the Adriatic
- Dig your toes into the sand in Lumbarda
- Cruise by private speed boat to the mainland for a guided tour of the ancient port city of Dubrovnik
- Try your hand at a sweet and savory burek pastry (the breakfast of choice for farmers and fishermen) during a cooking class in the home of a local chef
6 days/5 nightsNights 1 & 2: Hotel Adriana
Perched on a marina overlooking the city center of Hvar, the Hotel Adriana is Croatia’s first and only member of The Leading Small Hotels of the World. Deluxe rooms, a rooftop salt-water pool, spectacular lounge, garden terraces and Sensori Spa make the Adraiana a perfect place to unwind after an active day.Nights 3 to 5: Hotel Marco Polo
Recently renovated, the four-star Hotel Marco Polo on the island of Korčula boasts an indoor and outdoor pool, tennis courts, wellness center and fitness center. Spacious, comfortable and a short stroll from the center of town.
A few more reasons why you've gotta go:
1. We love our adventurers. Marco Polo was from Croatia.
2. If you and your 17 closest friends decided to move to Hum, Croatia, the smallest town in the world, the population would double!
3. There is lots of old architecture and history to explore here. Croatia was founded in the 7th century and built on the Roman ruins.