Top Ten Destination

  • DUBROVNIK – The Pearl of the Adriatic

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    Lord Byron was not overstating the matter when he proclaimed Dubrovnik ‘the pearl of the Adriatic.’ Dubrovnik is clearly special.  A magnificent curtain of walls surrounds marble streets and baroque buildings that exude a pearly light in the Adriatic sun. The main pedestrian thoroughfare, Placa, is a mélange of cafés and shops with outstanding monuments at either end.  Churches, monasteries, and museums ornamented with finely carved stone recall an eventful history and a vibrant artistic tradition.  Beyond the city is a heavenly landscape of beaches and wooded peninsulas.

  • NATIONAL PARK MLJET- Pristine nature

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    Mljet island has remained rather unknown for centuries and is rarely visited by tourists. "Mljet" National Park covers its northwestern area, covering 5.375 ha of protected land and surrounding sea.  This area was proclaimed a national park in 1960 and represents the first institutionalized attempt to protect an original ecosystem in the Adriatic.  The world famous lakes of Mljet consist of the Great Lake and The Small Lake.  Sapunara sandy beach is one of the most beautiful sandy beaches in Southern Dalmatia. Because of its rich vegetation, the island is also known as Green Island. 

  • ISLAND VIS – Great local food, wine and diving

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    Island Vis was a military base until 1989.  It has become one of the most attractive islands since. In addition to its well-preserved natural beauty, its rocky coast rich with coves, caves and several sandy beaches, you can find excellent food and wine in both of its small towns, Vis and Komiza.  One of the best restaurants is Villa Kaliopa, situated in a beautiful 16th century Garibaldi Palace with a palm tree garden. It is the most romantic place in Vis town, serving fresh fish meals daily.