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CROATIA Porec Opatija Krk Rab Losinj Hotel Pagus To find out more visit saga.co.uk/croatia Zagreb Pag Croatia Paklenica Sibenik Solin Makarska Split Brac Meteor Hotel Adriatic Sea Korcula Hvar Villa Hotel Kastelet Senses Resort Dubrovnik Mlini Hotel Albatros Tucepi Cavtat Hotel Astarea Croatia Explore a land of pristine beaches, whose coastline is peppered with thousands of idyllic islands... walk amongst UNESCO-protected cities and rustic villages... discover the incredible beauty of Croatia's unforgettable Adriatic coastline... Makarska Riviera The Makarska Riviera is a beautiful part of Croatia. Enjoy a stay in Makarska town itself, which has magnificent views of the Biokovo Mountains and stunning beaches that stretch for over a mile. Dubrovnik Riviera We have a great choice of hotels on the pretty Dubrovnik Riviera. Discover the quaint village of Mlini, which has a stunning natural bay, or peaceful Cavtat, home to some of Croatia's best known artists. Pag Island Known for its lace and cheese, Pag has the most dramatic landscape of all Croatia's islands with huge ocre craggy rocks set against the blue of the sea and the sky. Here you'll find a charming old town, traditional villages and hamlets and the ruins of a Franciscan monastery. Hvar Island This is the one of the most beautiful islands in the world known for its lavender fields, olives groves, vineyards, yachts and luxurious hotels. Here rolling hills are adorned with pretty wild flowers, lush vineyards are overlooked by rugged mountains and glorious beaches are framed by secluded coves. Hvar's idyllic waterfront Split Croatian Tourist Board Historic Dubrovnik Helpful Information Croatia lies to the east of Italy, across the Adriatic Sea, and shares a border with Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. Flying time: 2 hours 30 minutes from Gatwick to Dubrovnik, Split. Time difference: GMT +1. Average high temperature (C) Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 12 13 15 17 21 25 29 29 25 21 15 12 Figures based on Dubrovnik Why not try... Visiting Dubrovnik. Explore the Old Town on foot to see such fascinating sights as St Blaise's Church, the Onofrian Fountains and the 14th-century Sponza Palace. Exploring the secrets of Split. This UNESCO World Heritage Site owes its incredible history to the Roman Emperor Diocletian. Between 295-305AD, he had a vast Imperial Palace built which still stands today and now houses shops, restaurants and quaint medieval houses. 126