Enjoy the scenery on the 30-minute coastal drive from Dubrovnik to Cavtat, close to the border with Montenegro in the south of Croatia.
Pag is a Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea. It’s known for its barren, moonlike landscape, lace production and Pag cheese.
Couples on honeymoon can walk in the footsteps of a Roman emperor at the fortified Diocletian’s Palace.
This splendid spring has an extraordinary shape and color and is one of the sources of the longest river in Dalmatia – the Cetina.
Sibenik in Croatia is a true jewel on the Croatian Adriatic and one of the most interesting cities on the coast of Dalmatia.
Honeymooners can reach the UNESCO-protected retreat via a 15-minute ferry ride from the city’s old port, to the east of the Old Town.
This slow-paced archipelago off southern Croatia, close to Dubrovnik, consists of the main islands of Koločep, Lopud, and Sipan.
Dubrovnik Old Town is a cornucopia of palaces, churches, and ancient streets enveloped in fortified stone walls.
The emerald-green landscapes of Krka National Park are among the most enchanting places to see on a honeymoon in Croatia.