We are presenting the Pearl of the Adriatic - Dubrovnik, wich is included in the World Heritage List from UNESCO in 1979. It is located in the southern part of Croatia, close to the border of Montenegro and Bosnia, making it a great base to explore these nearby regions as well.
Hvar town is simply gorgeous and must see on your trip trought Adriatic sea. Dominated by large town square that features Arsenal building, St. Stephen Church, and a small port, the old town is encircled by protective walls from the land side, and overlooked by 16th-century Spanish Fort (Fortica). Today, the Fortica is a popular tourist spot, and it offers lovely views over the town, the sea, and Paklinski Islands. For even better views (and less tourists), hike or drive up to the Poljun hill.
Korcula, one of the hidden gems of Croatia. The marble streets are lined with Renaissance and Gothic buildings, and the amazing urban planning of the narrow streets which branch off the main street like a fish bone were intelligently designed to provide citizens with sheltered and comfortable accommodation.
Pula is the largest town on the Istrian peninsula. It is known for its multitude of ancient Roman buildings and its beautiful sea. The city has a long tradition of wine making, fishing, shipbuilding and tourism.
The city of Zadar is Croatia’s oldest inhabited city, its history dating as far back as the 9th Century BC. With a perfectly formed old town on a peninsula with the Adriatic wrapped around it, explore this if you’re seeking the ideal Croatian city break by the sea, complete with history, architecture, great food and wine.