Isle be back

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Fancy your morn­ing cof­fee with a side of blue skies and sea air? We flew into Split be­fore jump­ing on board our luxe cata­ma­ran to ex­pe­ri­ence real is­land-hop­ping and dock­ing at some of Croa­tia’s small­est is­lands for fine din­ing (at ridicu­lously af­ford­able prices) and in­cred­i­ble, warm lo­cals. We left our hearts on­board…

Pri­mosten

This is­land is con­nected to the main­land by bridge and it’ s inst a heaven. a hol­i­day haven with pic­ture per­fect, brightly coloured cot­tages, a wind swept walk around the water­front should be fin­ished with cof­fee on the sea front, while fil­ter­ing your pi cs!

Zlarin

It’s known as the golden is­land for a rea­son. Al­most un­touched, the tiny town has banned cars and off peak it’s al­most empty. Add in an in­cred­i­ble tuna steak at Konoba Al­dura restau­rant (mains from £5) at sun­set and you’ll never, ever want to leave.

Skradin

This tiny town is nes­tled at the en­trance to the Krka Na­tional Park and is the place to re­fuel. Take the cob­bled streets up through the town to Skala restau­rant, with stun­ning views of the port. we ate fresh oct opus salad while bask­ing in sun­shine.

Sibenik

Dock into this coastal town and ab­sorb some Dal­ma­tian cul­ture – with added lively nightlife if you fancy it. If you want to learn a lit­tle more about the in­cred­i­ble ar­chi­tec­ture, take a guided tour from £18pp, which we’d re­ally rec­om­mend.

Cars are banned in tran­quil Zlarin

Sibenik is an ar­chi­tec­tural par­adise

Colour­ful cot­tages and turquoise water equals In­sta heaven

A small town with big lunch po­ten­tial

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