FODOR'S GO LIST 2015
The top 25 places we think should be on every traveler's radar this year.More
Well-connected to Split by ferry and catamaran services, the island of Brač makes for the perfect island escape. It can be easily visited as a day trip from Split, but it is recommended to stay a few nights in order to uncover the true gifts the island has to offer. With much of the attention in recent years focusing on Hvar, Brač has been left to quietly develop as a solid, more sustainable tourist
destination. Despite its proximity to the mainland, the slow pace of island life pervades the island’s main attractions from the Blaca Monastery to the Dragon’s cave to the Pučišća stone masonry school. Organizing a walking tour through the Dolce Vita trail to see, touch and taste where the country’s best olive oil comes from is a good place to start your explorations. Hooking up with one of the many outdoor adventure sports companies for kayaking, climbing, windsurfing, or sailing are well worth it. Although a visit to the famous Zlatni Rat beach, which is also a prime windsurfing spot, can seem a bit overrated, exploring the waters on the more hidden sides of the island like Bobovisće or Sutivan will reveal the most crystal clear water in the entire Adriatic. The top resort area is Bol.
The island of Hvar bills itself as the "sunniest island in the Adriatic." Not only does it have the figures to back up this claim—an annual...
The Krka River cuts its way through a gorge shaded by limestone cliffs and dense woodland, tumbling down toward the Adriatic in a series of...