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Cavtat is a pretty town on the southernmost tip of the Dubrovnik Riviera. It’s on a small peninsula with a Renaissance old town on one side, beaches on the other – and a fragrant cypress forest in between. The old town harbour has a wide tree-lined promenade where cheery bars neighbour refined restaurants. Beyond the forest, small pebbly beaches and rocky coves edge the turquoise waters of the Adriatic.
Known for its irresistible beaches, terracotta rooftops and fascinating history, Split is fast becoming one of the most popular destinations in Croatia. It’s the largest city on the Dalmatian Coast, set on the Adriatic Sea, half way between Dubrovnik and Zadar.
Hvar Town certainly has looks on its side. It’s actually considered to be one of the most beautiful places in Croatia. Its gothic palaces and squares are framed in by 13th-century walls, which slope downwards to the Adriatic Sea’s azure waters. See it from above with a trip to the Spanish Fortress. It’s perched high on a hill overlooking the terracotta rooftops, the marina and the pine-cloaked islets that dot the shores.
Sibenik sits along a wide bay at the mouth of the river Krka in what is widely considered to be the most picturesque part of the eastern Adriatic coast. This terracotta-roofed city is framed by 4 giant fortresses, chunky walls, a deep, natural harbour, and a beach. Dead centre, the old quarter is a riddle of steep little lanes and passages with centuries-old churches, noblemen palaces, and traditional stone houses around each and every bend.