Not so long ago, the mention of Croatia would have drawn blank stares. Today, travel magazines are tripping over themselves to proclaim Croatia the next [insert superlative here]. Fact is, the country's status as an Adriatic playground was simply on recess during the Balkan civil war. The azure waters and countless coves of the Dalmatian Coast remain a yachtsman's dream, while medieval Zagreb and UNESCO-protected Dubrovnik ooze romance as much as ever. Best of all, Croatia has finally shrugged off the shroud of war, restoration is well underway (if not already complete), and travellers are quickly returning.

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5 Tips to Stay On Budget While Sailing Croatia

Feb. 26, 2014, 11:03 a.m.

So you say you’ve made the epic choice to sail Croatia. While it’s sure to be the trip of a lifetime, you might be wondering how you’ll stay on budget given how overwhelmed you’ll be by the beauty of the coast

48 Hours in…Dubrovnik

July 30, 2013, 10:04 a.m.

Dubrovnik, Croatia is a city in Eastern Europe whose popularity has been increasing greatly in the past few years. As of July 1, 2013 the country is now a member of the EU perhaps making it now even more popular destination for travelers

Best Sailing Destinations in the World

March 30, 2013, 9 a.m.

Feeling the wind in your hair and smelling the salt in the air as you take to the sea - that is freedom. Sailing is one of the great joys of travel. Today, we chat about some of the best places in the world to sail

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