The crystal clear, pristine waters along Croatia’s coast attract flocks of visitors each year for vacationing. The Dalmatia islands between Split and Dubrovnik are the most beautiful places to sail in Croatia, so its no surprise that it is a popular summer destination. How do you choose which Croatian island to visit when they are all so lovely? I’ve summarized 6 of the best islands in Croatia, highlighting what they are best known for and why I loved them.
Zagreb feels like a quintessential central European city that mixes the interesting Austro-Hungarian and Socialist histories of Croatia in a modern and beautiful city with plenty to explore in 24 hours. Croatia’s capital city of Zagreb is an off-the-beaten path destination that is often missed by tourists flocking to the coastal regions of Croatia like Split and Dubrovnik. In this comprehensive travel guide to Zagreb, I will convince you to visit this under-the-radar destination in Croatia!
Preparing for an upcoming sailing trip on the Mediterranean? Packing for any trip can be a stressful experience but then you add the extra challenge of traveling on an adventure trip, you might be wondering “What the heck do I pack for a sailing trip?!?”. This is the ultimate packing guide for a summer sailing adventure in the Mediterranean, complete with items for everyday use, tips for maximizing your packing efforts and things to avoid bringing.
The Blue Cave is one of the most popular attractions along the Dalmatian coast of Croatia drawing thousands of visitors every summer. As popular natural wonder, it often gets added as a stop to a tour of the Croatian islands. I learned a few key lessons from my visit to the Blue Cave and I am here to share my inside tips with you.