Croatia is blessed with a wealth of natural riches, and there’s plenty in the way of urban glamour too, if that is what you are after. With yatch filled harbours and cocktail bars a plenty – especially in a-la-mode destinations such as Dubrovnik and hvar, this cultural blend of Mitteleuropa and Mediterranean gives Croatia its particular flavour.

FCM Travel Tips

  • 5 airlines operate between Malta and Dubrovnik including Lufthansa, Easyjet, and Airmalta
  • We recommend a visit to Zadar to be amazed at the sea organ. It is 220ft long with 35 organ pipes and has been described as a natural musical instrument. The sounds of the wave-created “music” will stay with you for a long time.
  • The Croatian Kuna is the currency of Croatia.
  • Croatian cuisine can be divided into a few regional cuisines which all have their specific cooking traditions, characteristic for the area and not necessarily well known in other parts of Croatia.

Hotels & Resorts

Hotel Excelsior Dubrovnik

Since opening in 1913, the Excelsior has become an iconic landmark among the five-star hotels in Dubrovnik. This time-honoured building – a blend of old and new – is uniquely located on a cliffside, with magnificent views from every floor, over to the island of Lokrum in one direction and the Old Town in another.

Hotel Dubrovnik Palace

Of all the five-star hotels in Dubrovnik, the newly renovated Hotel Dubrovnik Palace has it all: a luxurious wellness and spa centre, high-tech conference rooms, superb gastronomy and spectacular sea views from every room.

Hotel Kompas Dubrovnik

Hotel Kompas Dubrovnik – In the most peaceful part of town sits our stylish three-star hotel in Dubrovnik, which has charm and character in abundance. Surrounded by lush vegetation yet with one of Dubrovnik’s most vibrant streets on its doorstep, Hotel Kompas is the perfect blend of relaxation and fun.

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