Built on the Dubrovnik hills, 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. The interiors are contemporary in style with modern facilities and plenty of attention to detail. Larger families and groups will appreciate the flexibility offered by the two houses plus it's just a short walk to the beach and town and even closer to the splendid old harbor.
Easily the most famous feature of Dubrovnik, the stone fortification, complete with watchtowers, juts defiantly into the ocean. Take in the breathtaking views of the Adriatic and the islands beyond.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Diocletians Palace in the city of Split, is really a city within a city. Begun in the year 295 the palace is now a commercial and residential hub of the city. Wander the ancient streets and take in the diversity of architecture of this remarkable part imperial villa and part fortified camp. In the evening as the sun descends enjoy a quiet romantic drink surrounded by these ancient Roman ruins.
With hundreds of islands dotting the Dalmation Coast you will find whatever you seek from secluded beaches to lush forests to vibrant nightlife. Whether you take an organized boat tour or make your own way in a kayak, the islands will cater to your every desire.
Srd Hill is the magnificant backdrop to the city of Dubrovnik. With a restaurant and viewing terraces the views of "The pearl of the Adriatic" and the surrounding islands are awe-inspiring.
Fans of the popular Game of Thrones will enjoy one of the many tours that visit the various sites used in the filming of the series. Several excursions can be found in Split, Dubrovnic and numerous other sites along the coast.
All along the coast history buffs will find numerous sites to quench their curiosity on the ancient past of the region. Indulge in roman ruins, medieval castles and fortresses and monasteries.
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.