Top photography spots for the island hopper
Ready for an island hopping adventure you will never forget? As well as its cities, rich with culture and history, Croatia boasts some of the world’s most beautiful islands. If you want to explore these 1,244 islands there is no better way than by sea and our eight-day island hopping tour is the deluxe package for you!
Starting off in the splendid city of Split, you’ll set sail for Omis, a small town situated in the mouth of the Cetina river. After enjoying the dazzling beaches of the Brač and Hvar islands you’ll then experience the enchanting blue cave of Bisevo, famous around the world for its magical silver-blue light.
The voyage will then take you to Vis, one of Croatia’s most mysterious islands. Then it’s on to the ancient town of Korčula, renowned for its fragrant olive groves and vineyards.
The next stop is the tranquil, saltwater lakes of the Mljet national park, before ending your dreamy vacation in Dubrovnik, the last leg of the journey will take you to Slano, where you will get to sample the Mediterranean’s finest oysters, and to gorgeous Elaphiti Islands where you will get plenty of time to swim in Croatia’s crystal clear waters.
Are you a budding photographer? Or perhaps you are looking to capture stunning pics from your trip? Here are our top photo hotspots for the Intrepid Traveler Island Hopping tour, creating memories to last a lifetime!
If you’re looking for the perfect photo when exploring Hvar the exclusive and secluded Carpe Diem Beach is certainly worth a visit. Home to one of Croatia’s most famous beach bars it is just 10 minutes by speedboat from the main resort and you’ll feel like you’re a thousand miles away from any care in the world when you step onto the shore. The beach’s natural beauty is Instagram gold and it’s perfect for swimming and sunbathing.
Picture Perfect Korčula
A town where you can vividly feel the Mediterranean spirit of the people who live and work there, Korčula boasts a mixture of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture. If you’re looking to get a photograph that captures the character of this historic Mediterranean coastal town, the Cathedral of Saint Mark is a must. Located in the middle of the Old Town it offers a 360 degree view of the town, coast, local islands and Mt Elias.
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Capture The Sights Of Dubrovnik
With its signature terracotta rooftops, medieval churches and winding streets, the Old Town of Dubrovnik is a must if you’re looking for a photo that encapsulates the history and beauty of Croatia. It may be a steep walk to the top but the ancient city walls that surround the Old Town offer stunning views of The Adriatic and the perfect vantage point to get that winning shot!
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