Split is the largest city of the Adriatic Coast and is known for sites such as the Diocletian’s Palace and Mausoleum, The Grgur Ninski Statue, and the Cathedral and Bell Tower of St. Domnius.
Korčula is known for being the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. In the past, Korčula has been a vital part of the Venetian empire, who's strengthened the walls of this beautiful old city.
The island of Vis is one of the most untouched islands in Croatia. Vis was closed for tourists until 1990 because due to its strategic position, it was used as a military zone for many years.
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Hvar, one of the most popular summer destinations, not only in Croatia, but in Europe. Hvar's rich history and tradition combined with the cosmopolitan lifestyle makes it easily one of the tourist's favorite destinations.
Mljet is home to one of the most beautiful National Parks in Croatia. Being one of the greenest islands in Croatia, Mljet is known for its incredible nature, and clean and clear sea. It is a must-seen destination during a gulet charter.
Dubrovnik, “The Pearl of the Adriatic”, has been under the UNESCO protection since 1979. and it's a perfect mix between history and modernity. This majestic city is home to the ancient walls, streets and numerous historical monuments.
The traditional little town of Milna (Brač) is known for its strategic position, it is also the place where the emperor Diocletian has found a secure harbour during the time he was building the majestic Diocletian's Palace in Split.
The gorgeous medieval town of Trogir is one of the top destinations for travelers in Croatia. Discover the old-fashioned streets and architecture of this beautiful little town. Trogir's old town is packed with charm, great bars, and restaurants.
Šipan, the largest of the exotic Elaphiti Islands. This gorgeous place is known for its incredibly peaceful atmosphere - a perfect destination for a relaxing day. Šipan is also famous for organic wine production on the island.