Due to the extreme masses of tourists, this city just got named one of the worst to visit during the high season, but don't let this scare you. The old fortress city is one of its kind and definitely worth visiting. 

The architecture is amazing and getting lost in the small streets is a unique experience.

I recommend staying here for 1-2 days and then moving on to some of the other quieter, smaller cities or islands.
Pearl of the Adriatic
Dubrovnik
Where to eat
There are a lot of really good food spots in the city. 

One of my favorite is Azur, which serves some of the best Asian fusion food. 

For more traditional cuisine, I always eat at Konoba Jezuite. It’s a bit more touristy but the food is great and it has the local vibe with a very friendly staff. I highly recommend the fish platter.

For more high-end dining try the Proto.
Where to stay
If you plan to stay in the city of Dubrovnik for a few days, I recommend staying at one of the big hotels with a pool and a private beach. The public beaches tend to be overcrowded. We loved the Dubrovnik Palace.

Mali Zaton is 25 mins north of Dubrovnik and here you can have a peaceful stay at Adria House.
Bellevue Beach
This is one of the few city beaches worth visiting.
Cable Car ride
The old city
Take the cable car up to the mountain and enjoy the city from above.
This is the place to see, with its small streets, historic architecture and good food.
This is one of my favourite cities on the coast. The old part of the city dates back to pre-15th century and was build on an island with a bridge to the mainland. Later, the draw bridge was replaced by the causeway.

It has beautiful architecture with some of the best beaches and clearest water in Croatia. The city is famous for its wine and fish.
Primosten
North of Split
Primošten
What to do
Old City
Rent a boat
One of the best things you can do is rent a small boat (no license required) and explore the small coves and islands around the area.
Explore this part of the city at the end of the day. Enjoy the sunset and find a good place to eat some local specialties.
Raduča Beach
Voted as one of 10 most beautiful beaches in Croatia.
Where to eat
The best and most friendly staff is at Konoba Toni. The hostess (boss lady) is the best. 
The city is known for its seafood specialties, but I highly recommend getting the Toni Steak. The sauce is out of this world.

Make sure to book a table beforehand.
Where to stay
Close to the city center (3 km away) there is a high-end camping spot. It is one of the best for a family getaway with plenty of activities.
You can stay in your own tent, camper van, caravan or rent one on the camping ground.

If you are in a large group, rent one of the houses on the coast. It’s worth the money to have a private house and a beach!
Day trips from Primosten
Krka waterfall
Krka National park is a huge area just 1-hour drive from Split and a 40-min drive from Primosten. The most popular thing to do here is to swim in the waterfalls. However, I would avoid this in the peak season since it get crowded with tourists. But the surrounding areas are worth a visit.
Split harbour
Split is a beautiful harbor city with a lot of modern amenities. The old city is very pretty and was built by the Romans. It’s worth going for a day, but I would not recommend staying there overnight. There are no good beaches, and it’s walking around during the day in the small streets can get quite hot.
Sibenik
This town is a very nice day trip destination. It is one of the oldest towns on the coast and has a lot of history. For example, it was under the Italian occupation between WW1 and WW2. One of the landmarks is the Fortress (Tvrđava sv. Mihovila/Castel vecchio). You can stay for dinner and enjoy some really good seafood.
Zadar
Zadar has a 3000-year history and was controlled by the Vatican from 1409 until 1797. It has a lot of Roman cultural influences, and it’s an architecturally beautiful town. The most famous modern landmark is the Sea Organ, which plays music from the sea waves and tubes, located underneath a set of large marble steps. Also, the perfect place to see the most fiery sunset in Europe :).
This is one of my favourite islands, it has a lot to offer, in terms of historical architecture, delicious food and homemade wine. It’s filled with small bays with awesome swimming spots and small villages.

It has a nice geo location, so it's easy to reach from Split and Dubrovnik, and it's great for a base for visiting some of the surrounding islands as well.

I would recommend spending a few days here just so you can explore everything in a local, slow tempo.
The Long Island
Korčula
What to do
Pupnat Beach
Korcula Old Town
Luka Kneza
Vela Luka
Favorite beach on the island, just a few houses, with one family-owned restaurant and a large beach with crystal clear water.
Very touristy, but worth a visit.
Interesting fortress architecture.
Marco Polo has said to have lived here.
Small bay with good food and nice swimming spots.
Nice little port town for a night out. The ferry to Split departs from here.
Where to eat
Most of the restaurants on the island are really good, and most of them serve fresh seafood from the grill.

I recommend just enjoying the inexpensive seafood and have a pizza when it gets too much.

Bistro Dalmatino is the perfect day trip for lunch and swimming. Konoba Bata is good for a dinner in town.  
Where to stay
My favorite place to stay is the small town of Brna, in the hotel Aminess Lume. It's a bit high-end, but very worth it. The mood is very chill, and the staff and rooms are excellent.

If you want an absolute lone getaway, then find a house by the water in some of the small bays on the island.

Or try camping, which is good when traveling with kids.
the Adriatic sea
Only way to enjoy
is on a donut
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snorkeling gear
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Get ready for the best beaches, delicious seafood and the clearest water I have ever seen.
An introduction to
Due to the extreme masses of tourists, this city just got named one of the worst to visit during the high season, but don't let this scare you. The old fortress city is one of its kind and definitely worth visiting. 

The architecture is amazing and getting lost in the small streets is a unique experience.

I recommend staying here for 1-2 days and then moving on to some of the other quieter, smaller cities or islands.
Pearl of the Adriatic
Dubrovnik
What to do
Bellevue Beach
This is one of the few city beaches worth visiting.
Cable Car ride
The old city
Take the cable car up to the mountain and enjoy the city from above.
This is the place to see, with its small streets, historic architecture and good food.
Where to eat
There are a lot of really good food spots in the city. 

One of my favorite is Azur, which serves some of the best Asian fusion food. 

For more traditional cuisine, I always eat at Konoba Jezuite. It’s a bit more touristy but the food is great and it has the local vibe with a very friendly staff. I highly recommend the fish platter.

For more high-end dining try the Proto.
Where to stay
If you plan to stay in the city of Dubrovnik for a few days, I recommend staying at one of the big hotels with a pool and a private beach. The public beaches tend to be overcrowded. We loved the Dubrovnik Palace.

Mali Zaton is 25 mins north of Dubrovnik and here you can have a peaceful stay at Adria House.
This is one of my favourite cities on the coast. The old part of the city dates back to pre-15th century and was build on an island with a bridge to the mainland. Later, the draw bridge was replaced by the causeway.

It has beautiful architecture with some of the best beaches and clearest water in Croatia. The city is famous for its wine and fish.
Primosten
North of Split
Primošten
What to do
Old City
Rent a boat
One of the best things you can do is rent a small boat (no license required) and explore the small coves and islands around the area.
Explore this part of the city at the end of the day. Enjoy the sunset and find a good place to eat some local specialties.
Raduča Beach
Voted as one of 10 most beautiful beaches in Croatia.
Where to eat
The best and most friendly staff is at Konoba Toni. The hostess (boss lady) is the best. 
The city is known for its seafood specialties, but I highly recommend getting the Toni Steak. The sauce is out of this world.

Make sure to book a table beforehand.
Where to stay
Close to the city center (3 km away) there is a high-end camping spot. It is one of the best for a family getaway with plenty of activities.
You can stay in your own tent, camper van, caravan or rent one on the camping ground.

If you are in a large group, rent one of the houses on the coast. It’s worth the money to have a private house and a beach!
Krka waterfall
Day trips from Primosten
Split harbour
Krka National park is a huge area just 1-hour drive from Split and a 40-min drive from Primosten. The most popular thing to do here is to swim in the waterfalls. However, I would avoid this in the peak season since it get crowded with tourists. But the surrounding areas are worth a visit.
Split is a beautiful harbor city with a lot of modern amenities. The old city is very pretty and was built by the Romans. It’s worth going for a day, but I would not recommend staying there overnight. There are no good beaches, and it’s walking around during the day in the small streets can get quite hot.
Sibenik
Zadar
This town is a very nice day trip destination. It is one of the oldest towns on the coast and has a lot of history. For example, it was under the Italian occupation between WW1 and WW2. One of the landmarks is the Fortress (Tvrđava sv. Mihovila/Castel vecchio). You can stay for dinner and enjoy some really good seafood.
Zadar has a 3000-year history and was controlled by the Vatican from 1409 until 1797. It has a lot of Roman cultural influences, and it’s an architecturally beautiful town. The most famous modern landmark is the Sea Organ, which plays music from the sea waves and tubes, located underneath a set of large marble steps. Also, the perfect place to see the most fiery sunset in Europe :).
This is one of my favourite islands, it has a lot to offer, in terms of historical architecture, delicious food and homemade wine. It’s filled with small bays with awesome swimming spots and small villages.

It has a nice geo location, so it's easy to reach from Split and Dubrovnik, and it's great for a base for visiting some of the surrounding islands as well.

I would recommend spending a few days here just so you can explore everything in a local, slow tempo.
The Long Island
Korčula
What to do
Pupnat Beach
Korcula Old Town
Luka Kneza
Vela Luka
Favorite beach on the island, just a few houses, with one family-owned restaurant and a large beach with crystal clear water.
Very touristy, but worth a visit.  Interesting fortress architecture.
Marco Polo has said to have lived here.
Small bay with good food and nice swimming spots.
Nice little port town for a night out. The ferry to Split departs from here.
Where to eat
Most of the restaurants on the island are really good, and most of them serve fresh seafood from the grill.

I recommend just enjoying the inexpensive seafood and have a pizza when it gets too much.

Bistro Dalmatino is the perfect day trip for lunch and swimming. Konoba Bata is good for a dinner in town.  
Where to stay
My favorite place to stay is the small town of Brna, in the hotel Aminess Lume. It's a bit high-end, but very worth it. The mood is very chill, and the staff and rooms are excellent.

If you want an absolute lone getaway, then find a house by the water in some of the small bays on the island.

Or try camping, which is good when traveling with kids.
the Adriatic sea
Only way to enjoy
is on a donut
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Get ready for the best beaches, delicious seafood and the clearest water I have ever seen.
An introduction to
snorkeling gear
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Bosnia & Herzegovina
Croatia
Road trip
Due to the extreme masses of tourists, this city just got named one of the worst to visit during the high season, but don't let this scare you. The old fortress city is one of its kind and definitely worth visiting. 

The architecture is amazing and getting lost in the small streets is a unique experience.

I recommend staying here for 1-2 days and then moving on to some of the other quieter, smaller cities or islands.
Pearl of the Adriatic
Dubrovnik
What to do
Bellevue Beach
This is one of the few city beaches worth visiting.
Cable Car ride
The old city
Take the cable car up to the mountain and enjoy the city from above.
This is the place to see, with its small streets, historic architecture and good food.
Where to eat
There are a lot of really good food spots in the city. 

One of my favorite is Azur, which serves some of the best Asian fusion food. 

For more traditional cuisine, I always eat at Konoba Jezuite. It’s a bit more touristy but the food is great and it has the local vibe with a very friendly staff. I highly recommend the fish platter.

For more high-end dining try the Proto.
Where to stay
If you plan to stay in the city of Dubrovnik for a few days, I recommend staying at one of the big hotels with a pool and a private beach. The public beaches tend to be overcrowded. We loved the Dubrovnik Palace.

Mali Zaton is 25 mins north of Dubrovnik and here you can have a peaceful stay at Adria House.
This is one of my favourite cities on the coast. The old part of the city dates back to pre-15th century and was build on an island with a bridge to the mainland. Later, the draw bridge was replaced by the causeway.

It has beautiful architecture with some of the best beaches and clearest water in Croatia. The city is famous for its wine and fish.
Primosten
North of Split
Primošten
What to do
Old City
Rent a boat
One of the best things you can do is rent a small boat (no license required) and explore the small coves and islands around the area.
Explore this part of the city at the end of the day. Enjoy the sunset and find a good place to eat some local specialties.
Raduča Beach
Voted as one of 10 most beautiful beaches in Croatia.
Where to eat
The best and most friendly staff is at Konoba Toni. The hostess (boss lady) is the best. 
The city is known for its seafood specialties, but I highly recommend getting the Toni Steak. The sauce is out of this world.

Make sure to book a table beforehand.
Where to stay
Close to the city center (3 km away) there is a high-end camping spot. It is one of the best for a family getaway with plenty of activities.
You can stay in your own tent, camper van, caravan or rent one on the camping ground.

If you are in a large group, rent one of the houses on the coast. It’s worth the money to have a private house and a beach!
Day trips from Primosten
Krka waterfall
Krka National park is a huge area just 1-hour drive from Split and a 40-min drive from Primosten. The most popular thing to do here is to swim in the waterfalls. However, I would avoid this in the peak season since it get crowded with tourists. But the surrounding areas are worth a visit.
Split harbour
Split is a beautiful harbor city with a lot of modern amenities. The old city is very pretty and was built by the Romans. It’s worth going for a day, but I would not recommend staying there overnight. There are no good beaches, and it’s walking around during the day in the small streets can get quite hot.
Sibenik
This town is a very nice day trip destination. It is one of the oldest towns on the coast and has a lot of history. For example, it was under the Italian occupation between WW1 and WW2. One of the landmarks is the Fortress (Tvrđava sv. Mihovila/Castel vecchio). You can stay for dinner and enjoy some really good seafood.
Zadar
Zadar has a 3000-year history and was controlled by the Vatican from 1409 until 1797. It has a lot of Roman cultural influences, and it’s an architecturally beautiful town. The most famous modern landmark is the Sea Organ, which plays music from the sea waves and tubes, located underneath a set of large marble steps. Also, the perfect place to see the most fiery sunset in Europe :).
This is one of my favourite islands, it has a lot to offer, in terms of historical architecture, delicious food and homemade wine. It’s filled with small bays with awesome swimming spots and small villages.

It has a nice geo location, so it's easy to reach from Split and Dubrovnik, and it's great for a base for visiting some of the surrounding islands as well.

I would recommend spending a few days here just so you can explore everything in a local, slow tempo.
The Long Island
Korčula
What to do
Pupnat Beach
Korcula Old Town
Luka Kneza
Vela Luka
Favorite beach on the island, just a few houses, with one family-owned restaurant and a large beach with crystal clear water.
Very touristy, but worth a visit.
Interesting fortress architecture.
Marco Polo has said to have lived here.
Small bay with good food and nice swimming spots.
Nice little port town for a night out. The ferry to Split departs from here.
Where to eat
Most of the restaurants on the island are really good, and most of them serve fresh seafood from the grill.

I recommend just enjoying the inexpensive seafood and have a pizza when it gets too much.

Bistro Dalmatino is the perfect day trip for lunch and swimming. Konoba Bata is good for a dinner in town.  
Where to stay
My favorite place to stay is the small town of Brna, in the hotel Aminess Lume. It's a bit high-end, but very worth it. The mood is very chill, and the staff and rooms are excellent.

If you want an absolute lone getaway, then find a house by the water in some of the small bays on the island.

Or try camping, which is good when traveling with kids.
the Adriatic sea
Only way to enjoy
is on a donut
If you want a custom journey recommendation, please contact me and for a small fee I can make you a travel itinerary.
GET IN TOUCH
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Get ready for the best beaches, delicious seafood and the clearest water I have ever seen.
An introduction to
snorkeling gear
Don't forget your
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Croatia
Road trip
Due to the extreme masses of tourists, this city just got named one of the worst to visit during the high season, but don't let this scare you. The old fortress city is one of its kind and definitely worth visiting. 

The architecture is amazing and getting lost in the small streets is a unique experience.

I recommend staying here for 1-2 days and then moving on to some of the other quieter, smaller cities or islands.
Pearl of the Adriatic
Dubrovnik
What to do
Bellevue Beach
This is one of the few city beaches worth visiting.
Cable Car ride
The old city
Take the cable car up to the mountain and enjoy the city from above.
This is the place to see, with its small streets, historic architecture and good food.
Azur
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Konoba Jezuite
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Proto
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Where to eat
There are a lot of really good food spots in the city. 

One of my favorite is Azur, which serves some of the best Asian fusion food. 

For more traditional cuisine, I always eat at Konoba Jezuite. It’s a bit more touristy, but the food is great and it has the local vibe with a very friendly staff. I highly recommend the fish platter.

For more high-end dining try the Proto.
Dubrovnik Palace
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Hotel Neptune
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Adria House
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Where to stay
If you plan to stay in the city of Dubrovnik for a few days, I recommend staying at one of the big hotels with a pool and a private beach. The public beaches tend to be overcrowded. We loved the Dubrovnik Palace.

Mali Zaton is 25 mins north of Dubrovnik and here you can have a peaceful stay at Adria House.
This is one of my favourite cities on the coast. The old part of the city dates back to pre-15th century and was build on an island with a bridge to the mainland. Later, the draw bridge was replaced by the causeway.

It has beautiful architecture with some of the best beaches and clearest water in Croatia. The city is famous for its wine and fish.
Primosten
North of Split
Primošten
What to do
Old City
Rent a boat
One of the best things you can do is rent a small boat (no license required) and explore the small coves and islands around the area.
Explore this part of the city at the end of the day. Enjoy the sunset and find a good place to eat some local specialties.
Raduča Beach
Voted as one of 10 most beautiful beaches in Croatia.
Konoba Toni
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Konoba Galeb
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Where to eat
The best and most friendly staff is at Konoba Toni. The hostess (boss lady) is the best. 
The city is known for its seafood specialties, but I highly recommend getting the Toni Steak. The sauce is out of this world.

Make sure to book a table beforehand.
Beach Golden Zone Caravans
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Six-Bedroom Holiday Home
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Where to stay
Close to the city center (3 km away) there is a high-end camping spot. It is one of the best for a family getaway with plenty of activities.
You can stay in your own tent, camper van, caravan or rent one on the camping ground.

If you are in a large group, rent one of the houses on the coast. It’s worth the money to have a private house and a beach!
Krka waterfall
Day trips from Primosten
Split harbor
Krka National park is a huge area just 1-hour drive from Split and a 40-min drive from Primosten. The most popular thing to do here is to swim in the waterfalls. However, I would avoid this in the peak season since it gets crowded with tourists. But the surrounding areas are worth a visit.
Split is a beautiful harbor city with a lot of modern amenities. The old city is very pretty and was built by the Romans. It’s worth going for a day, but I would not recommend staying there overnight. There are no good beaches, and it’s walking around during the day in the small streets can get quite hot.
Sibenik
Zadar
This town is a very nice day trip destination. It is one of the oldest towns on the coast and has a lot of history. For example, it was under the Italian occupation between WW1 and WW2. One of the landmarks is the Fortress (Tvrđava sv. Mihovila/Castel vecchio). You can stay for dinner and enjoy some really good seafood.
Zadar has a 3000-year history and was controlled by the Vatican from 1409 until 1797. It has a lot of Roman cultural influences, and it’s an architecturally beautiful town. The most famous modern landmark is the Sea Organ, which plays music from the sea waves and tubes, located underneath a set of large marble steps. Also, the perfect place to see the most fiery sunset in Europe :).
This is one of my favourite islands, it has a lot to offer, in terms of historical architecture, delicious food and homemade wine. It’s filled with small bays with awesome swimming spots and small villages.

It has a nice geo location, so it's easy to reach from Split and Dubrovnik, and it's great for a base for visiting some of the surrounding islands as well.

I would recommend spending a few days here just so you can explore everything in a local, slow tempo.
The Long Island
Korčula
What to do
Pupnat Beach
Korcula Old Town
Luka Kneza
Vela Luka
Favorite beach on the island, just a few houses, with one family-owned restaurant and a large beach with crystal clear water.
Very touristy, but worth a visit.
Interesting fortress architecture.
Marco Polo has said to have lived here.
Small bay with good food and nice swimming spots.
Nice little port town for a night out. The ferry to Split departs from here.
Bistro Dalmatino
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Konoba Bata
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Where to eat
Most of the restaurants on the island are really good, and most of them serve fresh seafood from the grill.

I recommend just enjoying the inexpensive seafood and have a pizza when it gets too much.

Bistro Dalmatino is the perfect day trip for lunch and swimming. Konoba Bata is good for a dinner in town.  
Aminess Lume Hotel
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Waterfront Villa
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Port 9 Camping
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Where to stay
My favorite place to stay is the small town of Brna, in the hotel Aminess Lume. It's a bit high-end, but very worth it. The mood is very chill, and the staff and rooms are excellent.

If you want an absolute lone getaway, then find a house by the water in some of the small bays on the island.

Or try camping, which is good when traveling with kids.
the Adriatic sea
Only way to enjoy
is on a donut
If you want a custom journey recommendation, please contact me and for a small fee I can make you a travel itinerary.
GET IN TOUCH
Need a custom journey?
Get ready for the best beaches, delicious seafood and the clearest water I have ever seen.
An introduction to
snorkeling gear
Don't forget your
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Croatia
Road trip