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Luxury Villas in Croatia 

Dalmatia and Istria are the regions where we offer our luxury holidays in Croatia. The capital of Dalmatia is the exciting, cosmopolitan always-buzzing city of Split - a great place to experience the authentic Dalmatian lifestyle, with the right balance between tradition and modernity. From the Riva, the seaside promenade of the old town you can directly access the impressive Roman Diocletian’s Palace - a Unesco World Heritage site and you will see dozens of bars, restaurants and shops.

The coastline is full of small traditional fishing villages with picturesque harbours, old towns and a multitude of magnificent islands. Some of the nearer islands are connected to the mainland by bridges, while others have been reached by ferry. The amazing view of a landscape made of white cliffs and green hills over the sparkling water is a wonderful sight experience.

Dubrovnik is considered the queen of the South, a beautiful historic city, a UNESCO heritage site and one of the most attractive cities in the Mediterranean. Regardless of whether you are visiting for the first time or the hundredth, the sense of awe never fails when you set eyes on the beauty of the old town.

Istria boasts a lovely coastline with pretty beaches and a crystal clear sea, backed by a bucolic countryside of fortified hilltop towns, olive groves and vineyards, and more hiking and biking trails than you could visit in a lifetime. No wonder it's often called the "Croatian Tuscany"!

The largest of Istria's coastal towns, Pula is famous for its magnificent 2,000-year-old Roman Amphitheatre and other Roman ruins, as well as relics from the Ostrogoths, Venetians, and WWII Allied Forces. The international airport here and it's naturally a busier location than other towns in the area.

Other interesting holiday locations are Rovinj, a traditional fishing town on the western coast of Istria, Poreč that is a very true star of Croatian tourism with a thousand-year history that developed an extraordinarily successful tourism industry, from all of Europe.

Rovinj exudes a unique character and charm, often considered the prettier of the two towns, despite being busy, it maintains a relaxed and laid-back vibe, which contrasts with the more buzzy and energetic atmosphere of Poreč.

And last, Opatija, overlooking the Kvarner Gulf, the most important city on the eastern coast of Istria and the most important tourist centre, animated all year round by theatrical and folklore shows, concerts, operas and exhibitions, equipped with excellent and numerous sports and recreational facilities, tasty restaurants, bars and cafes.

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