Take a wild speedboat ride up the Cetina river and canyon and reward yourself with pulse-pounding zipline ride.
Surround yourself in glimmering iridescent blue light on a boat tour of The Blue Cave on Bisevo Island. Although swimming is not allowed in the cave, the sight is unparalleled and most tours offer numerous snorkelling and swimming stops along the way.
Sail the harbours and islands in a 16th century Karakas. This replica ship is complete with masts, sails and even cannons to ward off pirates!
It is worthwhile to take the time to visit the two National Parks in the Dalmatian region. Both Plitvice National Park and Krka National Park offer various tours where you can take in watersports, scenic hiking trails and swim underneath breathtaking waterfalls.
The Sea Organ in Zadar is a series of steps that descend into the Adriatic Sea. The waves and the wind create oddly beautiful notes through a series of whistles built into the marble structure. Only step.s away is The Sun Salutation, a series of LED lights and solar cells that light up at night to create a stunning display.
Built on the Dubrovnik hills, the 7 bedroom Villa Ostrea consists of two houses joined together by a courtyard and features two large terraces overlooking the Dalmatian coast and the Old Town's medieval walls. The outdoor spaces shine with a serene dining area, gorgeous pool and of course, stunning views.
Among the many stylish villas along this stretch of coast around Dubrovnik, few match the gorgeous setting and sumptuousness of Villa Ruza. The real joy of this villa is the generous amount of elegant living space, and from the long terraces, unrivaled views of the harbor and the offshore islands.
The Split-Trojir area in central Dalmatia provides easy access to everything Croatia has to offer making Villa Nespola the ideal base for an immersive Croatian vacation. The interior is a mix of traditional and modern while the outdoors is really where the house comes to life with plenty of space for the whole family.
History fills the rooms of Villa Heraclea. Built in 1612 during the Baroque Period, Villa Heraclea is three floors of history and luxury completed with modern amenities. The fragrant Mediterranean garden calms in the relaxing outdoor spaces.
This waterfront villa is hard to beat. Located in an exclusive Riviera neighborhood with seafront promenades overlooking the Adriatic and the city's marina, Villa Spalato sits steps from the water yet just a short walk from the center of one of Europe's most enticing cities.
This stunning villa is located on the Adriatic coast just north of the historic city of Dubrovnik, one of Europe's most charismatic cities. It is built right above the sea in a modernist style with rugged stonework juxtaposed with glass walled rooms. The terrace views will take your breath away.
If you're able to pull yourself away from the calming blues of the sky and water, take in the surroundings of this ultra luxurious Dalmatian home. Loreta 3 is part of a trio of properties in this exclusive complex that perfectly blends modern architecture and Mediterranean ambience.
Mix equal parts luxury, contemporary decor and stunning views, and you get Villa Loreta 2, the larger of the three properties in this trio of residences. Your Croatian getaway offers it all from lounging at the villa to exciting days on the water to the warm and welcoming charms of the local town.
Everywhere you turn in this modern oceanfront villa, you’re greeted with the stunning scenery of the Dalmatian Coast. Floor to ceiling windows, plush amenities, floating staircases and a private pool enhance the luxe interiors. Loreta 1 is part of a trio of properties in this upscale complex.