Croatia & Montenegro

Discover the unique character of Croatia and the Adriatic. Seemingly endless coastlines of dramatic rocky coves reveal unspoilt medieval towns set amidst scenery that will take your breath away.


Known as ‘the pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is a magical city whose considerable historic and architectural significance has earned it a rightful place as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Dubrovnik is encircled by ancient walls and the stunning old town with its cobbled streets and narrow alleyways boasts an 18th-century Cathedral, a 14th-century Dominican Monastery and the famously well preserved Gothic Renaissance Rectors’ Palace housing the Cultural Historical Museum. You will find markets, boutiques, a myriad of dining and nightlife opportunities – and don’t forget to take a ride on the Mount Srd cable car which offers amazing views.

Out of town, Lapad offers peaceful coves fringed with evergreen forestry while, 18km south of Dubrovnik, you will come across Cavtat a small pretty harbour town with pretty cobbled streets, quaint houses, traditional churches, an impressive monastery, and a fortress. A wide, palm-fringed seaside promenade provides the perfect setting for cafes, bars, and many restaurants.  Venture to the beautiful island of Lopud, completely free from cars, and with incredibly white sandy beaches, or hop over to Korcula Island to marvel at its medieval city.


Here you will find a collection of upscale resorts clustered around the fabulous coast. Take your pick from a huge choice of stunning shoreline resorts, including Jaz Beach in Budva. Stay in the resort and you’ll also have the chance to experience the beautiful Budva Old Town nearby. The Old Town with its gleaming white houses topped by bright orange rooves, fits compactly on a tiny island connected to the mainland by a thin sliver of sand. Neighbouring Becici is equally beautiful, with its award-winning golden beach and long promenade lined with cafes and restaurants.

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