Mediterranean warmth and eastern charm
With its dreamy sapphire blue, pine fringed coastline; an archipelago of over 1200 islands and islets; dramatic walled cities; roman ruins and a rugged mountainous interior, Croatia has long been drawing travellers to its shores. Its Mediterranean climate promises hot summers that last well into autumn; extraordinary delicious regional gastronomy and a burgeoning wine industry satisfy the most discerning of eaters, and it all comes wrapped up with inimitable hospitality. Just a short flight from the UK, Croatia is a destination for everyone. The crystal clear Adriatic attracts families, from sailing to kayaking, from snorkelling to just lazy days on the beach, whilst the exceptionally beautiful national parks showcase the country’s unspoilt inner beauty, and the World Heritage Site of Dubrovnik and Split further north, are bustling centres of historic sites, boutique shops, galleries, summer festivals and most importantly, very good restaurants. From stunning water front villas, to five star cosmopolitan glamour in Dubrovnik, our Croatia portfolio will give you a taste of this inviting country.
Why book with us?
- Honest & Expert advice – Lets’ find your perfect holiday
- Attentive Concierge Service – Before, during & after
- Knowledge & Inside information – Must-dos, tips & advice
- Personal Service – A completely unique, curated holiday
- Our Properties – Boutique places with charm and intimacy
Adventurous activities – There is so many activities on offer here including Water sports, sailing, kayaking, diving, snorkelling, rafting, canyoning, hiking, zip lining and walking
- Glorious sunsets – The golden hour here is postcard perfect.
- Beaches – Being coastal there are plenty of gorgeous beaches. Most of the beaches in Croatia are rocky so perfect for those who are not lovers of sand. Imagine crystal clear aquamarine water and hidden coves.
- The Islands – Croatia has over 1,200 islands which provide the perfect opportunity for an island hopping adventure. Brac is slightly larger and famous for its charm.
- Historical sites – There is so much to see for history lovers here, Diocletian’s Palace in Split, Pula Amphitheatre and the Dubrovnik City Walls are absolute musts.
- National Parks -There are 8 national parks bursting with natural beauty and full of wildlife.
- Underrated food – Croatian cuisine is delicious and varied depending on the region you visit. It is influenced by its neighbouring countries Hungary, Italy and Turkey and has plenty of fresh seafood on offer.
- There are great wines – Head to the countryside to discover the beautiful vineyards (some with the most amazing views) and enthusiastic winemakers.
- The sunshine – It is one of Europe’s sunniest spots and pleasant still even in the colder months. If you are not tied to school holidays we recommend visiting in the shoulder season where the days are still sunny but the crowds are less. It is also the best time to enjoy all the activities.