Isle be back
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…
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!
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.
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.
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