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Korcula

A wonderfully picturesque island off the Dalmatian coast with medical town of the same name. Supposedly the birth place of famed merchant-explorer Marco Polo.

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Peljesac Peninsula
A stunning coastal area of Croatia famous for its wine and culinary
Old town of Split
Split is the second largest city in Croatia and the largest in the Dalmatia area. It is best known for its beaches and it’s fortress-like compound in the old centre which was erected by the Roman emperor Diocletian in the 4th century.
Diocletian’s Palace
The old town of Split is mostly made up of what remains of the ancient palace built here by the Roman Emperor Diocletian. It is considered one of the most imposing Roman ruins found anywhere in the world.
Split Promenade
Split’s delightful promenade with its melee of cafe shops and restaurants looking out to the peaceful Adriatic sea is a wonderful experience. This is the beating heart of activity in Split and all the most glorious with the backdrop of the Roman palace behind.
Trpanj
Trpanj is a laid back coastal town in south-eastern Croatia. This charming place still has a small village feel but now attracts tourists from all over the world.
Edivo Under Water Winery
Croatians know their wine more than most. Now they are taking it to the next level with the country's first underwater winery. You can either just drink it or for the more adventurous, you can scuba dive down and retrieve it alongside an old sunken boat.

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