If Hvar is going to be the next St. Tropez—that would be the young and ultra-hip St. Tropez of the Sixties, not the current, slightly faded version—then it’s going to need a few very stylish hotels. And they’re working on it. Sister to the Riva, already a mainstay on the boutique-hotel scene, the...
Rovinj is a picturesque seaside town, surrounded by islands and islets, with a rich cultural heritage.
Croatia is indeed unique, not only for its crystal clear blue sea, but also for its reach history.
Back in the good old days, around the turn of the twentieth century, this was the Villa Louise, a classic grand hotel in the then-current Belle Époque style; Opatija, the Croatian seaside town it calls home, was at the time one of eastern Europe’s top resort destinations. Now a hundred year...
Brac is a large island in the Adriatic Sea, with rolling hills, pine and fig trees, and the famous Golden Cape beach.
Croatia's first and most important national park, will mesmerize you with it's natural beauty and the harmony of shapes and colours.
Off the northern coast of Croatia, the island of Rab is for explorers, offering rocky terrain, dense forests and nice beaches as well.
"The pearl of the Adriatic" offers rich experience to each visitor, from magnificent natural beauties to cultural heritage.
Zadar is the largest city in northern Dalmatia, with rich history and charming narrow city streets.