Experience the magic: exploring Croatia’s coastal towns on your honeymoon 


The 1100 miles of the breathtakingly beautiful Croatian coastline is what travel dreams are made of. While a lifetime won’t be enough to explore all of them,we have selected some of the very best which you must visit on your post vows trip. 

For couples cruising to the jewel of the Adriatic coast on a splendid honeymoon holiday, we guarantee you that both partners would be planning for a return trip,long before this one is over.


Colorful houses perched on hill slopes against the backdrop of the sparkling Adriatic has arguably made Rovinj one of the most picturesque coastal towns in the whole of Croatia.

Wander hand in hand with your partner on the cobbled streets and admire the stunning facades, browse in the quaint shops and pay a visit to the hilltop church of St Euphemia with its beautiful Baroque basilica and the paintings adorning the walls.

Where to stay: Spirito Santo Palazzo Storica


Zadar is an all-time favorite of honeymooners as not only it has beautiful beaches and a lovely vibe,it lies in close proximity to one of the best national parks of Croatia,Kornati, which can easily be accessed on a day trip from Zadar.

Head to the waterfront with your beloved just before sunset and sit on the steps to hear the magical natural sounds of the Sea Organ against the backdrop of a blazing Zadar sunset. Then amble across to the Salutation to the Sun and see the city light up slowly as darkness falls.

Where to stay: Art Hotel, Kalelarga


Located near the famous Krka National Park, Sibenik is a much sought after honeymoon destination in its own right.Unlike other towns on the Adriatic coast,Sibenik,the town is full of mediaeval alleys and old town squares which are joy to explore with your loved one by your side.

Sibenik is home to the legendary Cathedral of St James, which is not only a Game of Thrones location, but a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well. Climb up to the St Michael’s Fortress at the top of the hill to enjoy unparalleled views of the rooftops of Sibenik and the Adriatic sea beyond.

Where to stay: Heritage Hotel Life Palace


Another UNESCO World Heritage Site and a true Dalmatian gem, the pretty coastal town of Trogir is high on almost every honeymooners list. Because of its compact city centre,it is relatively easy to explore all the major sights at leisure during the day and enjoy the ambience of the waterfront by night 

Wander together to admire the splendid architecture of the Cipiko Palace,the Clock Tower and the historic city centre which is bound to vow you. For beach lovers,there are many beaches around Trogir where you can enjoy the sun and water before you head to Split.

Where to stay: Hotel Trogir Palace 


Save the best for the last and visit the historical town of Split,an unmissable part of any honeymoon itinerary.Home to the fourth century Diocletian’s Palace with its bell tower of the Split Cathedral where you can get panoramic views of the city.

The Old Town of Split is a fabulous place to relax and enjoy a drink at Narodni Trg,the main square, especially at night when the lights come on.Split is one of the country’s largest city and has plenty of activities,both on and off the water.Do not forget to visit Marjan Hill,Riva and Bacvice Beach.

Where to stay: Palace Judita Heritage Hotel