Known as the Monte Carlo of Croatia, this luxurious island is famous among party lovers. Hvar boasts a stunning nature with wild herbs perfuming the air. If you enjoy beach hopping, Hvar's coast offers a 155-mile coastline with pebbly, rocky and sandy beaches where holidaymakers can take a dip. Take a walk around its marbled streets to its fortress for a scenic view across the harbour.
Visit the town centre which includes a delightful web of buildings and narrow alleys. Stop by the majestic St Mark's Cathedral, a historical site, to learn about the island's history. Korcula boasts superb sandy beaches at Lumbarda village and secluded coves at the southern coast. It hosts a picturesque old town with Venetian architecture of red rooftops. Sports lovers will love windsurfing at Maestral and cycling around the island.
Visit the Diocletian's Palace, a spectacular historical landmark, to view incredible Egyptian sphinxes and stone statues. Hike up Marjan Hill for a fantastic view of the city. Split also hosts beautiful beaches including Bacvice beach, Firule, Ovicle and Zvoncac where travellers can enjoy swimming and sunbathing. Art lovers visit the Jaman Gallery, which showcases colourful paintings. You can enjoy wine tasting at Putalj Winery and Zinfandel Wine Bar - a highlight of any Croatian sailing holiday.
The island is an untamed oasis, home to vineyards, quaint little villages, and secluded saltwater lakes. Visit Mljet National Park which features a beautiful coastline, ancient ruins, and sandy walking and cycling trails. Visit the Benedictine Monastery, an old church complex, to soak up Croatia's Romanesque culture and history.
This laidback Island is relatively untouched, making it a home to delightful flora and fauna. A tour across the island lead you to discover the azure Adriatic Sea, idyllic villages, and a glimpse of the rocky coastline. Vis also hosts pristine beaches including Stiniva which is encircled by cliffs. Take a tour around the charming Komiza town which host historic buildings from as early as the 17th century. Visit the Blue Cave and marvel at the blue lights on a boat tour.