Croatia & Montenegro

The Mediterranean As It Once Was

A bridge between East and West, the deep and jagged Eastern coast has been witness to the history of empires. Leaving behind times of conflict, it has grown into a a popular destination. Friendly people, delicious local food, stretches of stunning beaches, and history in abundance offer visitors something different from the beaten tracks of the rest of the Mediterranean coastline.

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The Dalmatian Coast boasts kilometres of exquisite coastline with hundreds of offshore islands, warm, crystal clear waters and stunning scenery. If you are in search of glamour and glitz, the lively towns of Dubrovnik and Hvar are known as the St Tropez of Croatia. Whilst the island of Vis offers peace and quiet with secluded coves ideal for snorkelling or visits to organic vineyards.

Visiting Croatia you will experience a magical feeling that is difficult to match and impossible to forget.

Top Tips
See the glowing blue sea inside the Blue cave on the island of Bisevo near Vis.

Lose yourself wandering through the weaving cobblestone streets of Dubrovnik that lead you from the city gate to Sponza Palace to the harbour.

Indulge your senses in the flavours and aromas of the Mediterranean menu at the Restaurant Pjerin, Villa Dubrovnik.

Enter a sanctuary for the senses at the Spa at Lesic Dimitri Palace, Korcula.

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Charter Yachts

Croatia & Montenegro onboard a luxury yacht
Axioma Superyacht Charter
  • from €660,000 / week
  • 72m
  • 12 Guests
Dunya Yachts
Saluzi Superyacht Charter
  • from €480,000 / week
  • 69m
  • 32 Guests
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Loon Superyacht Charter
  • from €550,000 / week
  • 67.5m
  • 14 Guests
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