Category Archives: Croatia

Makarska Riviera

Makarska Rivijera is the unofficial nickname of Croatia’s Dalmatian coast. This riviera, located between the popular destinations Split and Dubrovnik, is home to some of the country’s loveliest beaches and villages. With the ocean on one side, shimmering like a turquoise

Makarska Riviera

Makarska Rivijera is the unofficial nickname of Croatia’s Dalmatian coast. This riviera, located between the popular destinations Split and Dubrovnik, is home to some of the country’s loveliest beaches and villages. With the ocean on one side, shimmering like a turquoise

Ciovo – Croatia’s Best Kept Secret

Croatia has become one of the most popular summer destinations in all of Europe, and as wonderful as it can be to a country, mass tourism has its dark side. Sleepy fishing villages and charming small towns become gaudy palaces

Ciovo – Croatia’s Best Kept Secret

Croatia has become one of the most popular summer destinations in all of Europe, and as wonderful as it can be to a country, mass tourism has its dark side. Sleepy fishing villages and charming small towns become gaudy palaces

Sailing Into Trogir

I’ve been traveling for far too long before I ever reach my final destination, making my way painfully slowly from the neighboring Montenegro to Croatia‘s beautiful riviera and the idyllic small town of Trogir. After 12 hours on a bus that was decades

Sailing Into Trogir

I’ve been traveling for far too long before I ever reach my final destination, making my way painfully slowly from the neighboring Montenegro to Croatia‘s beautiful riviera and the idyllic small town of Trogir. After 12 hours on a bus that was decades

Wild Summer Nights in Split

Split is a wonderful city on the Dalmatian coast of Croatia, full of fun things to do. There are great hiking routes and sunny beaches; there’s a beautiful promenade and an impressive historic old town… But for some reason, on my first

Wild Summer Nights in Split

Split is a wonderful city on the Dalmatian coast of Croatia, full of fun things to do. There are great hiking routes and sunny beaches; there’s a beautiful promenade and an impressive historic old town… But for some reason, on my first

Moondance Festival: Clubbing in a 15th Century Croatian Castle

Trogir is a perfect slice of quintessential Croatia. Palm lined promenades dotted with flashy luxury yachts, fantastic outdoor restaurants standing in the shade of beautiful limestone buildings and a magnificent old town with a maze of narrow alleys. All this, surrounded

Moondance Festival: Clubbing in a 15th Century Croatian Castle

Trogir is a perfect slice of quintessential Croatia. Palm lined promenades dotted with flashy luxury yachts, fantastic outdoor restaurants standing in the shade of beautiful limestone buildings and a magnificent old town with a maze of narrow alleys. All this, surrounded

Split

I didn’t really know what to expect when I first visited Croatia. My expectations were definitely not all that high, and to be honest I actually had some reservations. I think my biggest fear was being met by a region

Split

I didn’t really know what to expect when I first visited Croatia. My expectations were definitely not all that high, and to be honest I actually had some reservations. I think my biggest fear was being met by a region

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic This fond moniker was apparently given to this Southern Croatian city by Nobel-winning writer George Bernard Shaw, who wasn’t wrong. Dubrovnik really is as pretty as a pearl. The ancient Old Town of Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic This fond moniker was apparently given to this Southern Croatian city by Nobel-winning writer George Bernard Shaw, who wasn’t wrong. Dubrovnik really is as pretty as a pearl. The ancient Old Town of Dubrovnik