It sounds cliché, but Croatia really does have it all: Lush countryside, beaches, clear blue sea, lakes, waterfalls and hundreds of islands. With those natural resources and the region’s history, it’s no surprise that the food is amazing too. From Istria in the north to Dubrovnik in the south, each part of the country has something different to offer a couple looking to honeymoon in Croatia.
We’ll plan an itinerary for you that includes as few or as many of these locations as you like. Once you’ve picked your perfect holiday, we’ll take care of getting you from place to place, whether it’s a private transfer by car or boat, ferry, bus or car rental.
Dubrovnik"Those who seek paradise on earth should come to Dubrovnik" – George Bernard Shaw The magnificent sight of the stone walled Old Town jutting into the azure sea makes it clear why Dubrovnik is known as the pearl of the Adriatic.
Known as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ for good reason; Dubrovnik is undoubtedly the most impressive of Croatia’s coastal cities. Not only is the city breathtaking from any angle, it’s so easy to get glimpses of its beauty. You can see picture perfect views while relaxing on your hotel or apartment balcony, walking around the 82 foot high city walls, after a climb to the top of Mount Srd’, or just strolling along the polished-to-marble-effect main street in the Old Town. Dubrovnik is a great place to start or end your Croatian honeymoon tour. And it’s not only romantic walks; the city is an ideal base for some day trips and activities. Think about horse-riding in the Konavle countryside, a wine and oysters tour of the Peljesac peninsula or scuba diving in the shimmering blue sea.
Europe's sunniest island!
With its crystal blue waters, pleasant climate, endless fields of lavender all contained within a medieval setting, it is easy to see why Conde Nast Traveler Magazine named Hvar one of the ten most beautiful islands in the world.
Hvar perfectly blends a lively bar and nightlife scene with peaceful little villages and quiet beaches for swimming and relaxing. On Europe’s sunniest island you can easily be entertained, or escape to relax in mere minutes. You can yacht-watch in Hvar’s harbor, often filled with glamorous boats of the rich & famous, or head inland to see a whole new side to the island. Our Hvar Off-Road Tour takes you to visit vineyards and meet friendly locals.
Marco Polo's Hometown!
Korcula undoubtedly holds a privileged position among the Croatian islands. Here are more legends, tales and monuments than anywhere else.
Dubrovnik’s little sister, Korcula is one of the best preserved medieval towns in all the Mediterranean. But Korcula is so much more than a quaint city center; the island itself is one of the greenest in the Adriatic. Exploring its coast, you’ll find a variety of pebble, rock and even sandy beaches to enjoy.
RovinjWhere Croatia meets Italy The special romantic charm of Rovinj makes it the heavenly heart of the Mediterranean and the star attraction of Croatia's Istrian region.
Our favorite town in Istria, where Croatia meets Italy – really, street signs are in both languages. This is the region for foodies. Istria is a gourmet’s Eden, traditional cuisine with a strong Italian influence combined with the natural resources of amazing fish and seafood straight out of the Adriatic, plus truffles and wine from the inland part of the peninsula. You also can enjoy the Old Town of this still active fishing port which is a maze of narrow cobbled stone streets surrounding a Venetian bell tower.
The Stone Beauty
It is clear why the entire city of Trogir was awarded the distinction of being included on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
Spend the night in a museum? Well, almost if you overnight in Trogir, an ancient-walled UNESCO listed city-museum. The architecture mixes Romanesque with Renaissance and Baroque buildings from the Venetian period. We typically recommend Trogir over its bustling neighbor Split both for its charm as well as its proximity to the Split International Airport, just 5 minutes away.
"The island less traveled"
Once off-limits even to mainlanders, the tiny island of Vis is an enchanting place that will have you eager to return.
The furthest inhabited island in Croatia, Vis is a lover's paradise. Secluded coves, winding roads through vineyards and opportunities for unforgetable trips to the Blue and Green Caves.