by Heidi Jackson
The pretty coastal town of Rovinj in Istria is such a chilled out place with cycling and easy boat travel. Hotel Park is in a superb location between the old town and Punte Corrente forest park
If Croatia is the new Italy, then the Istrian peninsular is Italy in miniature – Venetian architecture, Roman remains, beach-life, great food and drink – see it all by hopping from resort to resort...
For gentle pleasures and old-school glamour, sign yourself up for a Hebridean cruise to Italy and the Balkans
There's more to Croatia than its beautiful coast. Venture inland and you'll discover ancient castles, thermal spas, stunning scenery and great wine. Here's just a taste of what’s on offer
Stag parties are increasingly invading the great cities of Europe, but there's a lack of information out there for the best man. Where to go? Where to stay? What to drink? Read on for the essentials
With remarkable scenery, an idyllic climate and superb seafood, the coastline of Croatia well deserves its reputation as Europe’s new sailing playground
Make the most of a short break in Croatia’s capital with this guide to the architecture, cafés, restaurants, sights and places to stay
The Dalmatian Riviera offers sun, elegant resorts and stunning nature in one of Europe’s most charming island groups. Don your lycra and jump on your bike to experience the best of it
Take a rowing boat to Zadar's old town and discover medieval loveliness, Roman ruins, fine dining and an organ played by the Adriatic Sea!
by Judith Burns
There's much more to Istria than the Adriatic: shimmering blue seas, gleaming yachts and glitzy hotels. Look inland to uncover Green Istria, away from the tourist traps, crowds and campsites.