Croatia twin & multi centre holidays

Boasting over a thousand islands, fascinating cities, beautiful beaches and stunning lakes and mountains, it’s no wonder many people choose to combine two or more Croatian destinations in one break.

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We offer a high level of flexibility that allows you to tailor your dream twin centre or multi centre holiday to Croatia. Scroll down and browse through our popular holidays. You'll be able to tailor the number of nights in each destination and your preferred hotel in many of the itineraries, as well as adding extras such as ferry tickets, transfers and excursions.

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Dubrovnik Region

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Dubrovnik's old town is considered one of the best-preserved historical cities in the world. Wandering through its many attractions, cobbled side streets and picturesque bell towers will leave you speechless. Famous playwright, George Bernard Shaw once said: "If you want to see heaven on earth, come to Dubrovnik. Because the beauty there will leave anyone breathless".

The nearby islands to the coast of Dubrovnik include Lopud and Sipan. They are perfect for those who want to visit more than one place with minimal travelling. Just take a ferry ride from Dubrovnik and enjoy the gorgeous scenery as you go. A little further is Korcula, one of Croatia’s most beautiful islands renowned for its walled old town.

Lopud is part of the Elaphiti islands and is famous for its sandy beaches and historical sites. When walking around the island, you may come across a few early-medieval churches, summer manors, and the 15th century Franciscan monastery. Sipan, located opposite Lopud and the largest of the Elaphiti Islands. Its perfect laid back and peaceful setting makes for the perfect escape for rest and relaxation.

If you love history you need to put Korcula on your bucket list. Marco Polo, the worldwide traveller who explored the world, is believed to have been born here. If you are more of an active holiday-maker, it's perfect for windsurfing and exploring by hiking and bicycle.

Split Region

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Split, Croatia's second-largest city, is a beautiful mix of the modern and the ancient. Split's historic old town dates back to the 4th century, which can be seen with its Diocletian Palace serving as a focal point in the very centre of the city. The palace was built by Roman Emperor Diocletian and now boasts UNESCO protection.

Split is an excellent base to island hop around the nearby islands. You can take a ferry from Split to one of the three towns in on Hvar Island; Stari Grad, Jelsa, or Hvar Town. There are three possible routes you can take to get to Brac; Bol, Milna, and Supetar.

Hvar is the most famous Croatian island. It's known for its beautiful beaches, open fields of lavender, endless sunny days and good nightlife options. Hvar has attracted celebrities who come to search for escapism. The countryside is beautiful, hidden bays abound, whilst the food is terrific and the wines are wonderful.

Brac is a beautiful island that's less crowded than Hvar. It's perfect if you're looking to avoid the crowds and is known for its beautiful white building stones, which have been in use since ancient Rome. Brac is famous for its Zlatni Rat pebble beach which is often seen adorning postcards.

Central, Northern and Istrian Region

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Croatia is a country that is known to have a lot of beautiful locations to visit. Above all else, Croatia offers some of Europe’s most spectacular National Parks. Plitvice Lakes is at the top of the list which feature easy to walk walkways, dramatic waterfalls and enough photo opportunities to make your friends jealous.

Zadar is an amazing mix of old and new, a city to explore Roman ruins and architecture. Admire the solar-powered light show, enjoy some fine dining and watch a stunning sunset over the calming Adriatic sea. It’s also known as the gateway to the national parks, with a whopping four in close proximity.

Istria's history has given it Italian sophistication, more evidently seen in pastel-painted coastal towns like romantic Rovinj and historic Porec. Istria offers captivating scenery at every turn. There are rolling hills, vineyards, olive groves, monuments and medieval towns that date back to the 12th century. Istria is full of beautifully preserved sites that will take your breath away.

How about Slovenia or Montenegro?

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Why visit one country when you can visit two! Experience more sights, history, beaches and more with our multi-centre holidays to Croatia and Slovenia or Montenegro. A few miles from Dubrovnik is the compact yet beautiful country of Montenegro. The stunning town of Kotor sits proudly in the corner of its namesake bay. With a backdrop of steep hills, the historic part of town is famous for its old defensive walls and the twisting, paved streets it contains. A variety of palaces, museums and squares can be found here.

If you're looking for more of an active holiday, we recommend including Slovenia in your trip. This stunning country boasts beautiful destinations such as Lake Bled. Dramatic scenery awaits including its crystal green lake with solitary fairy-tale island in the middle, a cliff top castle and numerous day trip opportunities.

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Rovinj, Istria, Croatia

The Croatian tourism summer season kicks off in early May with many of the hotels open their doors at this time. Larger destinations such as Dubrovnik and Split will be buzzing with tourists, whilst the smaller villages and islands will generally open for business mid May.

With excellent weather and fewer tourists than peak summer, Croatia is an excellent destination during June. The cheaper hotel rates at the start of the month make it an excellent time in come.

Krka National Park, Croatia

Travelling to Croatia in July and August offers the perfect summer getaway. With great weather, great views and great people, we’re sure a Croatia holiday will make for unforgettable moments. September is similar to June offering excellent sunny days and balmy evenings, perfect for alfresco dining.

Whilst early September's hotel rates are still at their peak, mid to late September offers reduced prices and the warm weather we all crave. A holiday to Croatia in October has some great advantages, including cooler but still very warm days (up to 25 degrees), considerably lower prices.

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Best Croatia Destinations for History

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Croatia has been blessed with a wealth of beautiful cities and towns that boast lots of history and culture, so why not incorporate some of this within your Croatian holiday.

  1. Dubrovnik: Boasting a UNESCO protected old town, full of church and museums, Dubrovnik is 'the' place to go to to get your hit of history and culture
  2. Split: Home to the UNESCO protected Roman Diocletian Palace, Split's old town is its number one attraction.
  3. Zadar: Dating back 3000 years, Zadar is full of historical and cultural monuments ready to be explored.

Best Croatia Destinations for Beaches

Zlatni Rat Beach, Bol, Brac Island, Croatia

Home to some spectacular beaches, whether it be pebble, rocky or sandy, add a location to your Croatia Twin/ Multi-centre for you to sit beach and relax

  1. Brac: One of Croatia's largest islands, Brac is home to a number of excellent beaches, notably the famous finger-shaped Zlatni Rat, located in Bol.
  2. Lopud: Home to one of Croatia's best sandy beaches, Lopud is a small car-free island and only an hour from Dubrovnik.
  3. Korcula: One of Croatia's most picturesque locations, Korcula island and namesake town offer a selection of wonderful beaches.

Best Croatia Destinations for Day Trips

Split Croatia

Want to explore the many sights Croatia has to offer? You're in luck! Most destinations offer excellent day trip opportunities. Here's our top three.

  1. Split: Numerous Islands, the Krka National Park and other fantastic mainland day trips are all possible from Split
  2. Dubrovnik: The 'Pearl of the Adriatic' main draw isn't just its awe-inspiring old town, it's also a great base to see the wider region.
  3. Hvar: Hvar's vibrant atmosphere, chic restaurants and historical monuments are a plus but its also conveniently located to visit nearby islands ideal for a day trip including Korcula and Brac.

Best Croatia Destinations for some R&R

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If you're after some peaceful locations for a spot of rest and relaxation, perhaps after a few days of sightseeing, look no further than these three destinations.

  1. Sipan: The largest of the Elaphiti islands just off Dubrovnik is charming, authentic, relaxed and simply beautiful.
  2. Brac: Away from the busier towns of Bol and Supetar, the stunning island of Brac offers a selection of stunning coastal villages with equally stunning hotels including Sutivan and Pucisca.
  3. Cavtat: Crystal clear waters and pine forests provide a delightful backdrop to the picture postcard village of Cavtat, ideal for those wanting to relax and unwind.