Experience a Unique Holiday in Croatia With Divine
Divine curates highly personalised itineraries and unique travel experiences within Croatia for you. We will ensure you are exploring at your own pace and seeing the sorts of cultural and natural attractions that interest you most on your curated private experience of Croatia.
Experience Croatia the Divine Way
Hit the beach
The best beaches in Croatia, you’ll find in Dalmatia (Croatian coastal region from Zadar to the north to Dubrovnik to the south), and more precisely you’ll find them along Makarska Riviera. Turquoise crystal clear sea, hidden coves and miles of white pebble beaches lined with fig trees and olive groves are ultimate reasons for so many tourists to visit Croatia every year. The most popular beaches in Croatia are Zlatni Rat Beach (Golden Horn) in Bol, on the island of Brač, and the Punta Rata beach in Brela.
It’s a paradise for sailing holidays. Sailing is actually the best way to see the coast and to enjoy fully its beauty. You can rent a sailing boat with or without crew, if you don’t already own one. You don’t need to be filthy rich to experience Croatia from the sea.
Discover hidden coves, beautiful bays full of lavender scent, and deserted islets with ancient olive groves. Enjoy fresh seafood and exquisite wines in local restaurants in the remote bays. Or just anchor anywhere and soak in the Adriatic.
Go on a wine tour
Wine is important part of Croatian lifestyle, and it has always played an important role in the country’s economy. Viticulture in Croatia dates back to times of ancient Greek colonists. They were the first ones to bring vine to the islands of Vis, Hvar and Korcula.
Croatia, with its rugged mountains, fast rivers, karst topography, and Adriatic sea, has a lot to offer to outdoor enthusiasts. From rock-climbing, free flying, paragliding, speleology tours, zip-lining, to kite-surfing, kayaking, rafting, windsurfing, and other adrenaline pumping activities, you’ll have plenty to choose from in Croatia.
Croatian waterfalls are awesome. Plitvice lakes are the most popular one. Seriously, they are some amazing lakes and waterfalls. They consist of 16 interconnected lakes separated by many waterfalls. And the color of the water is just spectacular; you can see all the imaginable shades of blue and green.
Bring it on, history aficionados. Here, Croatia really delivers. I mean, just think about all the cultures that left their traces here: Greeks, Illyrians, Romans, Venetians, Turks, Austrian-Hungarians, to mention just some of them. Six historical sites are UNESCO World Heritage sites: old city of Dubrovnik, historic city of Trogir, historical complex of Split, the Cathedral of St James in Sibenik, Episcopal Complex of the Euphrasian Basilica in Porec, and Stari grad plains. Each of them is worth visiting.