Victor Explores: Croatia

#VictorExplores touched down in Croatia last week. From majestic mountains to sapphire seas (and everything in between), our Instagram featured the best this beautiful destination has to offer. 

1. Morning views from Buza Bar: one of the most beautiful bars in Dubrovnik which is hanged on the cliffs right above the sea, with an amazing panorama of the open Adriatic.

2. Dubrovnik is The Pearl of the Adriatic. Beautiful Baroque, Gothic and Renaissance churches, aristocratic palaces, red-roofed townhouses, magnificent monasteries bring the city’s history to life. It is almost impossible to feel anything but uplifted and inspired here.

3. Dine with a gorgeous view and impeccable service at Adriatic Luxury Hotel.

4. Morning at beautiful Banje Beach.The closest beach to the Old Town in Dubrovnik, just beyond the 17th-century Lazareti cultural center.

5. Blue skies from Dubrovnik Cathedral.

6. Little Green Bay is the new luxurious guest house in Hvar perfect for an enchanting and relaxing weekend in Croatia.

7. The beach in the small town of Brela conveys a paradise with crystal-clear waters. It is divided into small coves where dense pine trees offer shelter and privacy. It comes as no surprise that Forbes named Brela the most beautiful beach in Europe back in 2003 and European Best Destinations placed it in top 10 most beautiful European beaches in 2015. 

8. Prime Sunday views from the private pontoons at Bonj Les Bains. Originally built in 1927, this exclusive beach club is set into a hillside fragrant with pine trees facing the bay.

9. When in Croatia, charter the world’s most decadent gulet – Beluga 1. Anouska Hempel team worked in the interior design of this elegant wooden sailing vessel. Everything on board is immaculate – the wood polished and the brass shining. Beluga 1 is now one of the most beautiful boats in the Mediterranean. 

10. On the small island of Vis lies Fort George, an old fortress that has been hosting impromptu parties for a few years as part of The Yacht Week . A restaurant, bar (serving Croatian wines) and gallery inside the old garrison provide the backdrop for a roster of bands and DJs every Tuesday on the island. 

11. The second-largest city in Croatia, Split is a great place to see Dalmatian life as it’s really lived. Always buzzing, this exuberant city has just the right balance of tradition and modernity. Step inside Diocletian’s Palace (a Unesco World Heritage site and one of the world’s most impressive Roman monuments) and you’ll find dozens of bars, restaurants, and shops thriving amid the atmospheric old walls where Split life has played out for thousands of years. 

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