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Croatian is a small country which is not to be measured in spaciousness but in the beauty and diversity. Croatia is best known for its national parks (Plitvice Lakes and Krka), its medieval coastal cities such as Dubrovnik and Split, and its more than a thousand islands along the beautiful Dalmatian Coast, including Hvar, Korcula, and many others. Whether you're into local cuisine, natural wonders, history, nightlife or active adventures, Croatia has lots to offer for travelers who seek unique experiences that create memories for a lifetime. You are invited to discover all of them with us.

  • Dubrovnik

    Where words are not enough

    The entire old city of Dubrovnik is protected UNESCO heritage since 1979. It is located in the very south of the country and is one of the most visited cities in Croatia. It is well known for its rich cultural and historical heritage, local Mediterranean cuisine, beautiful beaches, palaces, galleries, museums and concerts. In just four short minutes you'll reach the peak of the Mount Srdj 405 meters above sea level and be treated with breathtaking views of Dubrovnik, the Adriatic Sea and numerous islands.

  • Konavle valley

    Konavle valley
    Flavors of tradition enriched with vintage cars

    Konavle is the most southern Croatian region with particular natural beauty and contrast: mountains and valleys, green hills and naked stone, the blue and the green.The preserved natural, unique and exceptionally precious rural architecture, numerous monuments of the thousand-year-old history of this area, traditions that are hundreds of years old and have been kept through folklore, the distinctive traditional costumes of Konavle and the Konavle embroidery, the harmony of man's life and the nature …all this renders Konavle unique and recognizable. When you combine enchanting nature, vintage vibes of oldtimers, the ride will set you back into the past which you will never forget.

  • Pelješac Peninsula

    Pelješac Peninsula
    The Empire of Wine, Oysters and Salt

    Pelješac is a synonym for good wine and its associated with Dingač and Postup as protected geographical locations. It is an area in which plavac mali reigns. Homemade products from family-owned agro tourism lead you to a unique gastronomic experience that hard-working hands transform into prosecco, liqueurs, rakija, and virgin olive oil. If you are searching for a perfect location for your next adventure you are at the right place.

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