he Adriatic gently caresses the pearly white beaches, while the sun happily spreads its life-giving rays upon the green oasis at the foot of the magnificent mountain Biokovo. Inherited from God and man, somewhere between the sea and mountains, between deeds and dreams. You will be able to enjoy Mediterranean climate, milde winter and dry, hot and sunny summer. …see more
Stunning Dalmatian Stone Cottage. Fully Renovated. Minutes from lovely beach & beautiful harbour. Range of excellent restaurants & bars. Unspoilt Croatian village with wide range of amenities. No car needed. Next to newly renovated 2 bedroom cottage available to rent.
Away from daily bustle, yet close to everything, cottage features all new: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, fully equipped kitchen. Wi-Fi, TV and Air conditioning unit in each bedroom. Courtyard with kitchenette and gas barbeque for alfresco dining and evening relaxation. Two minutes walk to beach, shops, and other amenities. Ideal for family or couples. Very quiet and private. …see more
The remote cottages Cinderella are situated on a hill near the small village of Selca on the island of Brac.
There are 2 traditional Dalmatian stone cottages with beautiful views of the sea, the island of Hvar and the Biokovo mountain.
Self-catering 2 bed, 2 bath, sleeps 4 + 2 (two can use the sofas beds as single beds on the top floor), air-con, historic building in 2800 year old Trogir. The Venetian Tower is located in the heart of the old island city of Trogir on the Dalmatian coast. …see more
With its sublime stretch of Adriatic coast, Croatia has long been regarded as one of the most beautiful parts of Europe. Despite the tragedy of war, its charms remain largely intact and most of the major tourist areas have been lovingly recreated. Croatia is unique, not only for its crystal clear, clean blue sea and thousands of dazzling islands but also for a thousand years of different cultures.
Holidaymakers can enjoy long bike rides though mountain paths, horse riding though picturesque meadows, soaking up the sun on a yacht, or exploring the secrets of the capital Zagreb.
The beautiful historical town of Dubrovnik has seen a renaissance in tourism, with its well preserved medieval buildings it is one of UNESCO’s listed World Heritage Sites. The Dubrovnik Riviera and the surrounding islands are increasingly popular destinations.
Dalmatia boasts one of the most dramatic shorelines in Europe, with Croatia’s towering mountains plunging down to the sea. In the north Zadar is a bustling port, and further south Split is a starting point for trips to Dubrovnik and Zagreb. The Makarska Riviera is a peaceful and sunny getaway.
In the south of Croatia, the Istrian Peninsula has been likened to an unspoilt Tuscany, with towns such as Pula, Porec and Medulin attracting visitors from all over the world. The area bears the traces of Venetian control in its architecture and excellent food and wine.
The climate is Mediterranean along the Adriatic coast, meaning warm dry summers and mild winters; in fact it is one of the sunniest coastlines in Europe!