Getaways for two
There is nothing like Croatia to leave the monotony and daily routine behind. Thousands of various and revitalizing experiences that will make you come back full of energy. No wonder Croatia is one of the best destinations in the world for weddings and honeymoons. The prestigious Harper’s Bazaar magazine chose Croatia as one of the top honeymoon destinations for 2016.ADD TO MY TRIP
Let your heart beat to the
sound of music
in Šibenik, the city which hosts more than ten music festivals every year and where most of the greatest musicians in the country were born and raised. Beautiful views and spectacular fortresses preserved in time. The music, beach and history in this charming town that will give you the peace, calm and good mood you are looking for.
Raise your glass
in a toast to love
in Međimurje. Stroll hand in hand through any of the picturesque villages of the region surrounded by vineyards which host Urbanovo, the famous eno-gastronomic event in Croatia. During wine tastings, workshops, performances and tours of the vineyards you can become a true wine expert or just simply enjoy and relax.
There is no perfect romance without romantic views
and when it comes to romantic views there is nothing better than a sunset. From Marinic’s tower on the island of Silba, also known as “The Tower of Love” for it has its own love story, and its views over the islands of Olib and Premuda to the spectacular view of the Old Town of Dubrovnik from the top of Mount Srđ, in Croatia you will share sights to take your breath away.
Did you know that Zadar has the best sunset in the world according to Alfred Hitchcock?SEE MORE
Get closer to the
and feel like you are in the movies. In Istria you will find romantic hilltop towns like Grožnjan or Buzet, the town of truffles, where you can share a candlelit dinner of handmade pasta with freshly shaved truffles and perfectly paired wine. Visit the neighboring medieval village of Motovun for its beautiful architecture, art galleries and feel the magic that has made this place the home of the Motovun Film Festival, the independent film festival that has become the “hotspot” of the Croatian seventh art.