It was George Bernard
Shaw that said, “Those who wish to see heaven
on earth should come to Dubrovnik ”.
Best of all, is that Dubrovnik and indeed Croatia have
remained, in essence, a holiday paradise that has so
far escaped the excesses of mass tourism.
With a pristine mainland coastline stretching over 1,200
miles along the Adriatic together with more than 1,000
islands, Croatia has the ideal surroundings for your
With the South Adriatic 's most crystal clear water
(according to Jacques Cousteau), the Dubrovnik region
provides a unique opportunity to enjoy this delightful
coastline and outdoor lifestyle. Or just sit in the
shade and watch the world go by – a pastime perfected
It would be amiss of us to go any further without mentioning
Dubrovnik – "The Pearl of the Adriatic".
Locals are proud and protective of Dubrovnik - their
perfectly preserved historic town and UNESCO world heritage
site resembling a breathtaking stage-set version of
a medieval city. Words cannot give justice to its beauty.
Dubrovnik looks too perfect to be entirely real. A stroll
along the 2km of city walls provides an incredible view
of the Old Town, and beyond. Cobbled alleyways and streets
are home to a myriad of cafés serving a delicious
blend of different influences, which is Croatia Cuisine,
splendidly accompanied with excellent local wines.
Split is the 1700 years old capital
of Dalmatia, perfectly located in the middle of the
Dalmatian coast close to the major islands offering
a variety of ways to relax. Historical attractions include
the Diocletian Palace with beautiful waterfront Riva
and charming narrow streets. There are 5 marinas and
many charter companies in Split area that attract sailors.
It is a city of sport celebrities such as Wimbledon
winner Goran Ivanisevic and many others. Split is a
popular area to buy property with a good selection of
new developments as well as old Dalmatian houses.
The area offers real Dalmatian atmosphere, great night
life, many restaurants, konobas, etc. Official analysis
has recorded the best tourist season in 15 years and
rental yields are rising steadily.
We could go on for days about Dalmatian beauty.
Never mind the 260 days of sunshine making it one of
the sunniest locations in Europe. We have brought together
all we think you would need to know in the brief sections
If you require any further information, please contact
us and we will be happy to answer
any other questions you may have.