Adventure to Pula, Croatia's one-of-a-kind city featuring an incredible amphitheater, protected harbor, and beautiful Roman ruins. Enjoy learning about both the Croatian and Roman cultures during the day, end enjoy fresh seafood in the evening.
Korcula Island: The Birthplace of Marco Polo
One of the finest islands of the Adriatic Coast, Korcula is home to picturesque forests, vineyards, sandy beaches, and friendly villages. Enjoy exploring the birthplace of the iconic Marco Polo, its Venetian Renaissance architecture, and colorful markets.
Arts and crafts for the kids in Croatia
Did you know Croatia is famous for its UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritages like wooden toy carving, gingerbread baking and intricate lacework? A perfect occasion for moms and dads to bond with their kids.
Krka national Park: Fun and games in nature
Take the kids to Krka National Park. Go on hikes, enjoy gentle bike rides, admire the rugged landscape and cool off in the lower reaches of the Skradinski Buk waterfall.
Learn the secrets of Dalmatia cuisine
Learn the secrets of exquisite Dalmatian cuisine under the expert guidance of a renowned chef. Take home brand new culinary skills that will stay with you forever.
Zadar: Croatia's 3000 year old city
A beautiful, 3000 year old city on Croatia's coastline, Zadar is home to incredible history (dating back to the Egyptians!) and landscapes. Zadar is starting to become more popular with tourists, however, is still an ideal place to visit because it has not been as widely talked about in the travel community. Enjoy Roman ruins, old churches, unique beaches, and an energetic city vibe.
Rovinj: The jewel of coastal Istria
One of Croatia's oldest fishing ports, this little jewel in the Adriatic, along with its sister islands, is a must-visit. Enjoy medieval city gates, cobblestone streets, St. Euphemia's Basilica, scenic harbors, and cozy art galleries. Island hopping via yacht is recommended!
Plitvice National Park: One of Europe's most surreal landscapes
One of the most incredible natural landscapes in all of Europe, enjoy the Plitvice National Park's surreal lakes, roaring waterfalls, and lush forests. Explore the park's 16 interconnected lakes, each a different shade of blue or green. Use wooden walkways to get around, or take a boat.
Hvar: The Jewel of the Dalmatian Coast
Enjoy 13th century walls, marble stone streets, Gothic palaces, beaches, nightlife, and fortresses in Hvar, Croatia's most popular island. Sunbathe, sail, or enjoy scenic views during the day, and then enjoy fresh seafood restaurants and the city's incredible nightlife that lasts until the sun comes up.
Miljet Island: Discover Croatia's most scenic island
Experience paradise and seclusion in Miljet, Croatia's most scenic island on the Adriatic. Explore dense forests, fields, vineyards, small villages, and surreal saltwater lakes. This is the perfect location for anyone looking to relax and enjoy nature's beauty in peace.
Zlatni Rat: One Of Croatia's finest beaches
2 kilometers away from the harbor town of Bol on Braç Island, Zlatni Rat is a beautiful stretch of beach that extends into the sea for 500 meters. Enjoy the sun, windsurf, or island-hop via yacht.
Dubrovnik: Take The family on a Game of Thrones tour
If it looks familiar, it's because it is. It was good enough to form the set of GOT's King's Landing. Located on the southern tip of Croatia on the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik boasts beautiful white houses with orange rooftops, cobblestone streets, palaces, beaches, castles, and churches. Enjoy the Old Town, lounge under the sun, or take a boat out into the Adriatic for a day cruise.