Prior to the ethnic conflict of the early 1990s, Yugoslavia had become an extremely popular destination for Irish holidaymakers.
While the secession process of individual states naturally took time to settle, Balkan countries have now again become major players in the tourism industry.
A new, modernised Croatia is now again a favourite with our members. Some of the reasons we believe this is so is that it has something for everyone, catering for multiple holiday styles and budgets
If you fancy a week (or more) of kayaking, trekking, waterfalls, snorkelling, hidden sea caves and arches, this could be for you. Fantastic walks within Plitvice National Park, with its numerous lakes, waterfalls and caves. Follow this by spending the rest of the week cycling, more hiking and rafting or kayaking (depending on conditions). Return each evening to Korana Village for dinner, which, along with breakfast, is included in the price.
Yet another option is to move between two destinations – spending your first week in on the Island of Korcula (reputed to be the birthplace of Marco Polo) and then heading to the beautiful city of Dubrovnik.
Why not give us a call to discuss your Croatia options.