Croatia boasts a variety of sophisticated attractions: hip islands, Venetian-style towns, sleepy fishing villages, and a stunning coastline fringed with lucid sapphire waters and glamorous marinas. On the way South discover Montenegro, the "Pearl of the Adriatic".


Bursting at the seams with majestic mountains, breathtaking beaches and larger-than-life locals, minuscule Montenegro has it all. Seaside glamour is evident in the marinas of Bodva and the palazzos of Perast. Outdoor enthusiasts head inland to Durmitor National Park, where you’ll find some of the most rugged alpine terrain in Europe. Old Mediterranean coastal cities establish the Bay of Kotor as the “Pearl of the Adriatic” and pride of Montenegro.

Set against the mountain Lovcen and the sea, surrounded by 5 km long walls and fortifications, the town of Kotor is one of the most beautiful and the most spectacular cities in the Mediterranean.  The rich history and tradition of Kotor is under UNESCO protection as a World Cultural Heritage destination. Restaurants and modern cafes are tastefully harmonized within the town’s architecture and the cuisine of local specialties and fine wines are exceptional.Kotor is also known for its chic nightlife, which takes place in the Old Town.

Known as the Adriatic’s most precious jewel, Sveti Stefan is an islet located 10 km from Budva. This unique castle-hotel, rich in history and medieval architecture represents the most beautiful and exclusive resort on the Adriatic coast. The view of the city itself is fascinating. Sveti Stefan is a fairy tale destination and favorite of many celebrities.

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The Pearl of the Adriatic became a major Mediterranean power after the 13th century. This late-medieval planned city in the south part of the east Adriatic Croatian coast with its historical core situated at the foot of Mount Srđ has preserved the character of a unique urban whole throughout the centuries, defined by the city walls. Although severely devastated by the 1667 earthquake, Dubrovnik has managed to preserve its gothic, renaissance and baroque churches, monasteries and fountains. 

When arriving by yacht, Dubrovnik looks like something lifted from a postcard. Clay red roofs bake under a bright sun, pellucid turquoise water laps the shore and Aleppo pines coat the hills which frame the city. The archipelago includes Šolta, whose name is believed to come from the Greek word olynthia, which means ‘unripe fig’. 

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The island of Hvar is the queen of the Croatian Dalmatian islands. The capital, Hvar Town, is one of the Adriatic’s best preserved towns and with a perfect balance of modern glamour and its ornamental style of architecture, among with stunning Gothic palaces and traffic-free marble streets.

Croatian national parks

Located on the coast, three of which are typical marine parks (Brijuni, Kornati and Mljet), one is mountainous (Paklenica), and one marine-fluvial (Krka). The Plitvice Lakes is the oldest and the largest national park, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Brijuni, a group of islands comprising of two large and twelve smaller isles, are strung along Istria’s south western coast not far from Pula. Brijuni are renowned for its indented nature and the unspoiled Mediterranean vegetation, but the islands also boast an invaluable cultural heritage dating from the Roman and Byzantine times. The site of the first golf course in Croatia is on Brijuni. 

Kornati islands include 89 uninhabited islands, islets, and reefs, are famous for the cliffs. The biggest part of the Park is in fact its main island, Kornat, and the entire archipelago was named after it. Hop from island to island in the Kornati archipelago mooring in bays or natural shelters, enjoy the underwater fishing in Pakleni Otoci, visit the famous lighthouse of Palagruza, the most remote Croatian island and moor at the amazing Elaphiti Islands. 

Mljet National Park is the most important protected area of the Dalmatian south, full of lush and varied Mediterranean vegetation. The park includes two deep bays which, due to their extremely narrow links with the sea, are regarded as and lakes: the Great Lake and the Small Lake. Mljet is also very rich in cultural heritage, the most prominent example being the complex of the 12th century Benedictine monastery.  

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Each summer its harbour becomes a hive of superyacht activity thanks to its mix of charming architecture, glittering waterfront and laid-back way of life. Its beautiful roman churches are supplemented with exceptional renaissance and baroque buildings. The most significant building is the Trogir Cathedral with its west portal, a masterpiece of Radovan and the most significant example of roman and gothic art in Croatia. 

Another city to visit is Primosten, is a beautiful, small, and charming town. Being rapidly growing Croatian tourist destination, It's catchy for visitors who look for a quiet place to spend their holidays. Primosten is known in the world for the first-class red wine called Babic. 

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The sixth largest island in Croatia, this island is known for its dense forest and the ancient Greeks called the island Black Korcula (Kerkyra melaina) for this reason. 

The main resorts are Korcula Town (people call it “Little Dubrovnik” because of its medieval squares, churches, palaces and houses), Vela Luka and Lumbarda. 


Vis has long been known to Croatians as one of the finest remaining examples of a truly unspoiled Dalmatian island. Now, for those in the know, it’s transforming into a superyacht hotspot where yacht-goers can enjoy a secluded stretch of crystal clear waters in privacy and serenity. 

You can still see the remnants of its past amongst Greek vessels, Roman baths and Baroque Austrian architecture.  
Enjoy fantastic gastronomic establishments on the waterfront line. The island produces some of Croatia’s most exclusive wines, such as Plavac and Vugava. 

Vis Town and Komiža are the main settlements on the island, the latter encompassing a slightly more bohemian feel with its laid-back ambience and friendly locals.  

In recent years, Vis has become ‘famous’ as being one of the filming locations for Mamma Mia 2! (In which it ‘pretended’ to be a Greek island!) 

Whilst visiting the smaller nearby island of Bisevo – famous for its Blue Cave (Modra Spilja) – is a must! It is one of the most impressive limestone grottoes to be found in the Mediterranean. 

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The impressive architecture, trendy haunts and cultural beacons pull in thousands of visitors every year, but it is also equally renowned for its sapphire sea and picture-perfect beaches. Split is the second largest city in Croatia, and an urban and cultural centre at the crossroads of Dalmatia.  

The historical centre was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1979. For culture lovers, Split offers a theatrical and exhibition programme, including the international festival of opera, concerts, drama, dance and street theatre. 

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Golf & Yachting

Croatia is firm favourite holiday destination due to its phenomenal natural beauty, summer sunshine, fascinating history and turquoise waters. Golf in Croatia is one of Europe’s best-kept secrets. 

*FCY Golf & Yachting favourites are 

Istrian peninsula

  • Golf course Adriatic was open in 2009. A championiship course with 18 holes, PAR 72, 6360 meters, is settled over 80 acres and is characterized by an interesting layout and shape of the holes that is challenging for players of all skill levels. This course was designed by the DI. Diethard Fahrenleitner and DI. Barbara Eisserer, who assigned the Austrian Golf Art Landscape award. Situated on the Istrian peninsula and overlooking the Golf of Trieste.

Brijuni island

  •  Brijuni golf course; In the peace and quiet of the north-eastern part of the island, there are 18 holes par 71, 5492 m. The golf course is accessible to all players. The unique atmosphere is definitely what most attracts golfers to the Brijuni course. This eco-friendly golf course is quite impressive to visitors. Have you ever in your golfing career played in the company of deer, mouflons, rabbits and peacock? On this course, you can experience the magic of the game surrounded by intact nature.

Our team of experts will make sure you find your perfect Croatian golf.


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