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Croatia offers rich history, beautiful beaches and picturesque old towns. Explore the Mediterranean charm of Croatia.

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Croatia offers a diverse mix of attractions and activities perfect for holiday makers of any age. A beautiful location in the Mediterranean, Croatia boasts captivating vistas of tiny islands, mountain scenery and secluded coves. Dazzling blue sea laps golden sands and verdant hills create the backdrop. Traditional terracotta roofs, whitewashed buildings, colourful boats, and historic harbours and towns display what is quintessentially a richly historic location. Croatia gained it’s independence in 1991 from Yugoslavia and has been lovingly restored to its former glory. Now more popular than ever, this stunning country is filled to the brim with romance, and awash with colour. Family holidays or tranquil breaks, the choice is entirely yours.

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Dubrovnik is a charming holiday destination blending waterfront charm with culture and history.

Dubrovnik, known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, with its history, culture and original charm is an ever popular holiday destination for young and old alike. Boasting a wonderful atmosphere and picturesque location, the old town has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979. The historic city walls are one of the main appeals to sightseers in Dubrovnik, and the pretty waterfront buildings come a close second. With festivals, shows and various events keeping culture alive, holiday makers to Dubrovnik are certain of a memorable time, whatever their preference.

Dubrovnik is home to the annual Summer Festival, which is a haven for enthusiastic performers, film makers and musicians. Live performances and art displays are embraced by locals and tourists alike, and this popular festival greatly increases the visitors every year. If you wish to visit during this time it is very much recommended that you book your accommodation and flights early to ensure you don’t miss out on the event.

If you take a trip to old Dubrovnik, you will pass through one of four city gates. One of these is the renowned Pile Gate, which stands tall alongside ancient defensive walls that still surround the city. Paving stones laid in 1468 take you to one of the most celebrated pieces of the old city, the Onofrio Fountain. At the other end of the Stradun or Placa is the Orlando Column, a favourite meeting place for locals. Going to the outskirts of the city walls, there are further historic references to the bygone era. Four fortresses stand at the wall corners and make for fascinating exploration. With Sponza Palace and the Franciscan Monastery as additional historic attributes, Dubrovnik continues to surprise and delight at every turn.

Away from the history of the city, Dubrovnik is no less exciting. Beach activity sets the precedence for a Mediterranean break. This is an excellent place to explore reefs and wrecks surrounded in colorful and varied sea life. There are organizations that can teach you to dive if you are new to the pastime, and what better place to learn than in the warm waters of Croatia? This charming city is an excellent choice due to its variety of beaches, history and exquisite landscape.



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