Thomas Cook Ceased Trading


Adriatic Islands Activities

Adriatic Islands
Hiking in Cres
Wild and rugged, Cres was made for hikers. Boasting over 150 miles of trails, you can hire a guide when you arrive to help you discover a wilderness of forests, secluded bays and abandoned settlements. And in the skies above Lubenice, a 4,000 year old hilltop village, you might see its most famous resident - the rare Griffon vulture.
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Luxury Yachting Experience
Create your own luxury island-hopping itinerary by chartering your own private yacht, complete with skipper and crew. The Croatian archipelago is yours to explore, allowing you to unwind on gorgeous, and lesser known isles, like Lastovo, Dugi Otok and Silba. Just make time for Lopud Island - just an hour from Dubrovnik, but it feels like a world away.
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Zlatni Rat Beach Sunset, Brac
Zlatni Rat enjoys the reputation as Croatia's most photographed beach and many rate it as the country's finest. Be assured, it lives up to its lofty reputation. Find a secluded spot and salute a spectacular sunset with a glass of Opol, a refreshing Rose from the Stina Winery in nearby Bol.
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Vineyards and Wineries of Korcula
The island's reputation is founded on two indigenous white grapes - Grk and Posip. Much of the winemaking activity that takes place here centres around the villages of Lumbarda and Smokvica, home to several family-owned wineries. Korcula hosts wine festivals and tasting events throughout the summer and there's also walking and cycling tours of the wineries on the island.
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Pakleni Islands, Hvar
If you're tempted to explore the region around Hvar, then a short hop across the Adriatic will take you to the idyllic Pakleni Islands. Life moves at a much slower pace in this delightful archipelago of just 20 islets, and your days will revolve around the secluded beaches, enticing turquoise waters and leisurely lunches.