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How and Why to Choose between Split and Trogir

How and Why to Choose between Split and Trogir

Coming to Central Dalmatia, be it from the north (Zagreb, the Plitvice Lakes), or the south (Dubrovnik, Korcula, Hvar), you’ll most likely want to make an overnight stop and you’ll have to decide between Split and Trogir. Approximately 45 minutes apart by car, these two destinations offer different city styles, sizes and possibilities. One thing they do

Gourmet Experiences in Croatia

Gourmet Experiences in Croatia

Over the last close season our team in Croatia has been hard at work seeking out amazing gourmet experiences for our guests to enjoy on their tours up and down the country. Whether you’re a wine buff, oyster fiend or truffle connoisseur, we’ve got something that you’ll remember long after you return home. Truffle Hunting in

New Accommodation Options in the Adriatic for 2013

New Accommodation Options in the Adriatic for 2013

For 2013 we’ve added a number of new accommodation options in the Adriatic region and specifically Croatia and Slovenia. You might think that the city of Dubrovnik hibernates during winter, but for our destination manager Marija, that’s very much not the case! She’s been hard at work refreshing the accommodation options we offer throughout the

Croatia Tour Highlights – Professionals in the City

Croatia Tour Highlights – Professionals in the City

Last month we arranged a 7 night tour of Croatia for a group of 12 members of the networking organisation, Professionals in the City, pictured right, with our Croatia representative and destination expert, Marija in the centre. On their tour they visited the Adriatic coastal hotspots of Dubrovnik, Hvar and Split. We arranged all their accommodation,

Top 10 ideas for your 2012 Croatia Vacation

Top 10 ideas for your 2012 Croatia Vacation

Croatia is a timeless country with something for everyone and is one of our most popular summer vacation destinations. Its mix of rich history, breathtaking nature, endless coastline, classic architecture, vibrant culture, delicious cuisine and warm climate make it a holiday paradise. Its geography means there is abundant coastline and more than 1000 islands in

Visit Croatia’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites with JayWay

Visit Croatia’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites with JayWay

The UNESCO World Heritage Convention exists to recognise places of significant historical and cultural value or outstanding natural beauty and to encourage their conservation. Croatia has 7 entries on the World Heritage List and many more candidates on the tentative list of submissions. Many of these places are destinations you can stay in or visit

The Best Beaches in Croatia, Part 4: Trogir

The Best Beaches in Croatia, Part 4: Trogir

This week our tour of Croatia’s best beaches brings us to Trogir, the city-museum and UNESCO world heritage site just 30 minutes drive from Split. Okrug Beach (Okrug Gornji) The Okrug Beach is the most popular beach on the Trogir riviera. Situated no more than a couple of miles from the center of Trogir it