Why I Didn’t Love Split, Croatia

When planning our trip to Croatia there were two places I knew I definitely wanted to visit which is why we booked hotels in them – Dubrovnik and Split. The plan was to stay in these beautiful towns using them as our base point for day trips to several islands and national parks, then enjoying their nightlife in the evenings. However, after spending the first…

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Sunset Kayak Tour, Croatia

Renting a kayak is something that caught my eye on our very first day in Dubrovnik. We were walking the city walls when I noticed an organised tour kayaking behind some rocks, then another group further up making their way around the city walls. I took one look up at the sun’s position in the sky and knew immediately that we just had to hire…

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A Day at Lokrum Island, Croatia

Lokrum was my one of my favourite islands that we visited during our time in Croatia. It’s located just a stone’s throw away from Dubrovnik that you can even spot it from the city walls. This beautiful island is also really easy and cheap (40 kuna) to get to, with ferries leaving every half hour, seven days a week in high season, making it an…

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Exploring Mljet National Park, Croatia

Situated 49 miles (79km or 1hr 40min) from Dubrovnik on the island of Mljet, Mljet National Park is the oldest marine protected area in the Mediterranean and spreads over almost a third of the island. Alongside being rich with life, boasting breathtaking scenery and crystal blue waters, the park’s most popular features are the two seawater lakes known as Malo Jezero and Veliko Jezero (small…

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Day & Night in Dubrovnik Old Town

As a travel blogger and slight control freak (I must admit) I like to know exactly what I’m going to be doing on holiday in fear of fomo, which is why I wrote this post a few weeks back. Much to my surprise I not only stuck to my travel diary, but it actually turned out really useful as Croatian public transport is a bit…

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