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Vis Island Guide

An island fortress in the Adriatic Vis is a sparsely populated island and one of the furthest from Croatia’s mainland. An overwhelmingly green island, with very little flat ground, it is covered in a patchwork of fields, olive groves, and vineyards. This idyll was off-limits to tourists for a long … Read More

Meet Plavac Mali, Croatia’s Most Popular Grape

Real estate with a waterfront view isn’t exactly in short supply in Croatia, however, the Plavac Mali grape variety enjoys the sort of views that most can only dream of. This red grape, whose name translates to ‘small blue’, is indigenous to Croatia and the most widely used grape in … Read More

Brač Island Guide

Brač might have a reputation as an island for families, but there’s far more to Croatia’s third-largest island than just that.

Croatia’s Delectable Shellfish Delights

Croatia is a small country that packs a big gastronomical punch. With nearly 3,500 miles of coastline on the Adriatic Sea, it’s no surprise that Croatia produces some of the most delectable seafood in all of Europe. While inland cuisine features more typical Slavic foods – think cabbage, pork, and … Read More

Korcula Island Guide

Korcula is Croatia’s fifth-largest island, and second-most populous, yet also one of the greenest. Its shortest ferry crossing to the mainland is under half an hour, but it’s not easily reached directly from abroad. Situated in southern Dalmatia, just off the end of the Peljesac Peninsula, Korcula’s out of the … Read More

Hvar Island Guide

Hvar is without a doubt the most famous Croatian island. Hvar’s reputation as a destination for the rich and famous might have been carefully cultivated in recent years but its popularity with celebrities is not a new phenomenon. Former British king Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson visited in 1936. Jackie … Read More

Dubrovnik, Early Abolitionists

When most people learn about the abolition of slavery in school, the key milestones they’re taught are when the USA and Britain ended the abhorrent practice, but did you know that the tiny Republic of Ragusa (known as Dubrovačka Republika in Croatian, now modern day Dubrovnik and its surroundings) was … Read More

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