Croatia & Montenegro

The neighbouring countries of Croatia and Montenegro are blessed with one of the finest coastlines in the world, dotted with picture-perfect towns and villages, indented with endless little beach coves, and the chicest party spots, and the best parts are navigable only by boat. If you’re up for the ultimate European coastal adventure, look no further.

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In A Nutshell

Discover a land of dramatic mountains, sparkling seas and breathtaking sunsets

Welcome to the playground of Roman Emperors – the Dalmatian Coast. With 1100 islands to choose from we are sure that there are at least a dozen that are perfect for you. Why not begin in the walled city of Dubrovnik and cruise down to Kotor, Montenegro to hike the mountains around the old capital of Cetinje. Then north to Sipan and Korcula, the birthplace of Marco Polo, and onward to Hvar or Vis and the mainland in Split. From there you choose – north to Venice via the maginificent Kornati Islands or hug the coast to Trojir and onward to colourful Mali and Veli Losinj? Hike the islands or the mainland during the day and then regroup for cocktails on the aft deck to decide on dinner. The Roman Emperors had it right!


Private yacht charter along the coast

We use a mixture of carefully selected boutique and chain hotels in Croatia—as far as truly great hotels go, there are not a huge number to choose from. Private yacht charter along the coast is also very popular. Montenegro was also a tough place to find top hotels until the arrival of the Aman Sveti Stefan. With design and service consistent with all the other amazing Aman properties, it’s our top choice by far. If you’re looking into other hotel options, take care—there are many less than luxurious spots out there. Montenegro is one of the newest countries in the world in terms of tourism, however, so keep an eye on this gem in the next few years. More great new hotel options are surely on the way.


Breath Taking Experience in Croatia & Montenegro

Spend the afternoon strolling the marble-paved streets of Dubrovnik with your expert guide, learning about the history from the Romans to the Venetians, the Balkan Wars and the last decade of development.

Crossing from Croatia to Montenegro is best done by private boat through the beautiful inland bay of Kotor.

Relax in a waterside café overlooking a bustling harbour or cruise to the charming offshore islands with their delightful villages and hillsides rich with aromatic shrubs.

Uncover little-known Croatia in the green rolling hills and vineyards of Istria where hill-top towns offer fascinating history and culinary delights.

Take in old cities, Split and Trogir, and explore narrow medieval streets, historic fortifications and ancient buildings, or discover the spectacular waterfalls of the Krka National Park.

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