Krka and Trogir – Croatia Road Trip Part 4

Trogir Esplanade and Kamerlengo Fortress

Waterfalls and a Museum without walls – Krka and UNESCO World Heritage Trogir From our stopover in Zadar, we continued further south in this fascinating country to explore the unspoiled beauty of another National Park – Krka – and the town of Trogir. The scenery on this next leg of the trip is really unbeatable, […]

Dubrovnik, the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’

Aerial view of Dubrovnik's Old Town

Dubrovnik, the Jewel in Croatia’s Crown: The remarkably well-preserved medieval walled city of Dubrovnik enjoys accolades like the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ and ‘Jewel in Croatia’s Crown’.  As they say – a picture paints a thousand words – and it’s easy to see from the above image why Dubrovnik is a popular holiday destination for […]

Road Trip Through Croatia Part 3 – Zadar

History and beautiful coastlines in Zadar

A Wave Organ, Romanesque churches, marble steets – Zadar makes an unmissable stopover! After a fantastic few days in Pula, we headed to the third destination on our road trip through Croatia – Zadar. A little further south down the coast, Zadar is a historic town in Northern Dalmatia. With its quiet marble streets and historic […]

Road Trip Through Croatia Part 2 – Pula and Istria

Pula, Croatia

Alice Woolliams continues her Croatian odyssey to the Istrian Peninsula and Islands Photo by After a few days of culture in Zagreb, it was time to hit the road for the second destination on our route. Just across the Mediterranean from Italy, Pula is a hidden gem on the Istrian peninsula. This  fascinating historic coastal […]

Road Trip Through Croatia Part 1 – The Start in Zagreb

Filling up on the road Croatia

Join Alice Woolliams on her epic drive through deepest Hrvatska (that’s Croatia to us!) Croatia is one of those rare countries in Europe that’s yet to fully make it onto the tourist map. Although the beautiful  beaches of the Dalmatian Coast attract international visitors during the summer, much of this fascinating place remains unexplored. I took […]