Hvar Town is all glitz and extravaganza. Its buzzing streets paved with marble and surrounded by Gothic palaces, elegant restaurants and lounge bars attract the happy few. Except the lavender fields scattered around the island, the main attraction rests within its numerous beaches where party and fun are the watchwords.
A vibrating place for an exciting time.
Hidden behind the islands of Brač and Hvar, Vis has kept all of its authenticity due to a naval and military base closed to the public until 1989 during the Yugoslav period.
It holds some of the nicest beaches in Croatia, offers incredible seafood and wines and has a beautiful architecture dating back the Venetian time with original building made from stone of Brač. Perfect sp
A few minute walk from the marina, stands the Diocletian’s Palace (a Unesco World Heritage site and one of the world’s most impressive Roman monuments) where Spilt humming everyday life has been going on for centuries. Behind its Roman walls that used to house more than 9000 people, is now the heart of Split where bars and restaurants prevail.
Right outside the Old town is a trail with stairs going up a hill, the Marjan, an ideal place to sip on a cup of coffee with astonishing sea view, just like the locals do.
No need to stand up high to understand the magic of the place. From the sea, the sight is bewitching. Terracotta roofs twinkling elegantly between churches’ domes and walled ramparts give to Dubrovnik an inimitable feel of eternity. The town is nested in the Dalmatian rock like a pearl in a shell where Roman, Byzantium, Venetian, Baroque and Ottoman influences came after one another. ‘The gem of the Adriatic’ as Lord Byron used to call her, will reveal its secrets and rich history as soon as passing through the arches from the Old Port to Square of the Loggia, and treading upon her marble walks.
Passing through the Elaphites Islands, the enchanting journey continues north on to Mljet, an unspoilt location and the greenest of the Croatian islands. This National Park will make the nature lovers euphoric by the beauty of its dense Mediterranean forest, its scattered sandy shorelines only accessible by boat and the quality of its underwater sea life.
Mljet’s neighbouring island Korcula has a picturesque Old Town which is often compared to a small version of Dubrovnik with its medieval towers and walls fortifying harbour. Korcula region is also well known for its excellent wines like Posip, Grk and Plavac Mali, some of the finest Croatian wines can be tasted there.
Considered as one of the most attractive seafront village in Croatia, Cavtat will be the first berth destination after Montenegro. The Mediterranean vegetation there is omnipresent and truly blows your mind all along the 7km walk path that follows the waterfront. Pine trees and palms, wisteria and grape terraces, bougainvilleas and camellias will add colours to the deep blue bay, offering a painting like landscape to any visitors wishing to discover its shore.
From Cavtat, Dubrovnik is literally around the corner. After an hour sailing through deserted islets, we will slowly approach the Old Port of Dubrovnik entering the bay majestically sailing along the beautiful island of Lokrum.
The marina of Porto Montenegro is a perfect starting point for yachting holidays, ideally located at the heart of the Kotor Bay and at the border with Croatia.
A yacht charter here offers a blend of magic sceneries between unspoilt nature, historical old town visits, sports fishing activities and exciting nightlife.
Montenegro is most famous for its unique natural beauty rich of culture, history and maritime heritages when Croatian islands are a sailing paradise for visitors at sea. Its turquoise water coves and small fishermen old towns stir curiosity and offer perfect shelter at anchorage.
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Last weekend Golden Osprey hosted a cruise for select guests to mark the opening of the summer season. The cruise started at Porto Montenegro marina, made a quick stop at Zanjica beach to pick up additional passengers, and trolled along the beautiful Montenegrin coast before docking for the night in Bigova Bay. Guests enjoyed a luxury experience complete with wine, local cuisine, and hospitality of the excellent four-person crew. The next day, guests were taken to the unique Blue Cave and treated to a delicious lunch at Ribarsko Selo. The cruise culminated in a beautiful sunset over Tivat Bay.