At These Beautiful Places You Can’t Decide Whether to Stay In or Out!

San Rocco, Istria

The San Rocco family estate is located in the very centre of Brtonigla and fosters a long tradition of superior quality. This magical place is surrounded by a large park and olive grove where guests can enjoy the peace and tranquillity, read a book in the shade, take a nap lulled to the sounds of untouched nature, or take pleasure in our assortment of wellness treatments. The location is known for its restaurant that will satisfy even the greatest food connoisseurs as it is among the very top in Croatian gastronomy, which is no wonder given that the whole Istria region is known as an oasis of delicacies. So do not miss out on discovering these beauties – from hidden coves and beaches, to wine roads and world famous Istrian truffles!

Bastion, Zadar

The modern and chic hotel Bastion simply radiates with luxury. With its Mediterranean cuisine and local dishes it overwhelms even the most demanding palates. It offers a real wellness oasis vacation with its Western and Eastern massage techniques, chromotherapy under a starry sky, steam baths, and exclusive treatment with scented candles, warm beverages, and relaxing music. Complete this vacation of body and soul with a romantic walk around breathtaking Zadar, take pictures at the world famous Hello Sunshine installation, and enjoy the music created by the sea with the help of the Sea Organ. Romance is guaranteed!

Vestibul, Split

Hotel Vestibul is truly a hotel as you have never yet experienced! It is located on the Vestibule in the very heart of the Diocletian Palace, making it a retreat worthy of emperors. When you sleep, you are surrounded by the historic ancient Roman walls of the 1700-year-old city of Split. The main attractions such as the Peristil, Cathedral of Saint Domnius, and the Riva are but a few steps away from the hotel, all of which you definitely must explore after an outstanding dinner at the hotel restaurant that uses only organic ingredients, and has an enviable wine list of regional and national indigenous varieties.

Pucić Palace, Dubrovnik

The Pucić Palace Hotel is a sophisticated 5-star boutique hotel located in the centre of the Old Town of Dubrovnik. Its 17 luxury rooms and 2 suites create an exclusive and intimate atmosphere. In this 17th century baroque edifice, you are surrounded by stone walls and an authentic environment that will make you feel like part of a glamorous film. Get the best view of cultural monuments, vibrant cafés, museums, art galleries, and concert halls. Watching the sunset from the City Walls is something you must not miss. Be sure to continue your romantic atmosphere in the fresh and modern environment of the Pucić Palace Hotel terrace where you can delight in exceptional culinary creations that accentuate the best of the Mediterranean, and whose menu is inspired by the sea. The exquisite fragrance of surrounding jasmine and citrus trees certainly contributes to the romantic ambiance.

This is a place where time stands still, a place where the sea delves the deepest in Croatia, a place of indomitable style, first-class service and fantastic gastronomic offer. A place you will remember forever and always come back to. Be sure to explore the tradition of bell ringers specific to the village of Matulji and its environs that is inscribed on UNESCO’s list of intangible world heritage. A special place for a special holiday!

Lešić Dimitri, Korčula

The Lešić Dimitri Palace is located in the very heart of the island of Korčula, and its refined elegance complements the rich history and cultural heritage of this island. Celebrating the harmony of old and new, this boutique resort contains five unique and spacious suites. The restored Bishop’s Palace from the 18th century is a paradise for true hedonists! The hotel’s interior is inspired by Korčula’s most famous resident, Marco Polo and the Silk Road which is said to have begun right here. Experience Korčula’s charm by chatting with the residents of Philosophers Street – the only street without stairs. Relish in aphrodisiacs like Pošip – an indigenous dry white wine first to receive legal protection, or Korčula’s sweet delights such as cukarini, klašuni, hrustule, prikle, and rožata (crème caramel).