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Croatia Cruises

Cruising in Croatia

Croatia’s wild and rocky coastline borders the Adriatic and is often visited during an Eastern Mediterranean cruise.. Since the civil war in the 1990s, the country has gradually become a more popular destination and is now at the top of the list of chic and trendy destinations to visit. The country’s old fashioned authenticity pays tribute to its determination not to give in to mass tourism, and the architecture has retained the ancient traditions to its credit. The stunning landscape blends beautifully with stone-built fishing villages bursting with character. Small coves and bays offer a haven of peace and feel undiscovered and private yet there is also a modern dose of glitz and glamour in the main cities where nightlife and celebrity spotting is a growing pastime.

Dubrovnik and Hvar are places to be seen these days and there is an excitement and buzz in the air. With excellent restaurants and an increasingly popular Croatian cuisine, the rich and famous are flocking to this part of the world. Menus are rich with fresh fish and locally sourced, prime quality ingredients from the land. The wines of Croatia are garnering recognition and the olive oils, especially those from Istria, are award winning.

Cruises to Croatia are most likely to visit Dubrovnik, a beautiful city with an abundance of charm, history and culture, nestled in the South West of the country. The Medieval Old Town is a walled city, free from traffic and perfect for spectacular views and photo opportunities. If you are lucky you will also call in at Split, a lively city with great character and a busy harbour taking tourists on boat trips to visit some of the 1000 nearby Croatian islands that dot the Adriatic. There is plenty to do and see in Split including delightful beaches, museums and excellent restaurants and cafes. Red wine, fresh seafood and mussels are regional specialities and worth sampling in the sunshine on the seafront promenade.

Croatia is lucky to enjoy a long hot summer so heading off on an Eastern Mediterranean cruise is a sensible proposition from early spring right up until late October. The seas are pleasant and inviting and the skies blue for many months of exploring this fascinating region, rich in history and culture.

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