F. Scott Fitzgerald popularised the French Riviera in his day; if he were alive today he might well have chosen to spend time here. A world of clear skies and clear water; the Adriatic is famous for its unspoilt, scenic beauty and is increasingly becoming the place to be. Think white linen, flowers, lobster, wood-burning ovens… and excellent wines. There are over 1,000 islands to choose from, only 66 are inhabited. Perfect for a yachting foray. By day, pinch your own perfect spot and each evening a different twinkling harbour awaits.  

The coastal capital of Split has it all; whether you seek a night of revelry (the bars are great); or cocktails and house music (Hedonist), top Dalmatian seafood (Noštromo) or champagne bar (Le Meridien).   
Hvar is a charming island of lavender fields and olive trees.  From its Baroque-style harbour radiates a maze of cobbled streets; imagine Venice squashed together with a remote Greek island. During “magic hour” in the town’s piazza, everyone and everything is bathed in the most romantic honey-coloured light.  
On the island of Brač, Zlatni Rat beach is far more beautiful than its name suggests; we prefer its alias “the golden cape”. The island of Vis is a haven for yachting, Stiniva Cove is an almost totally enclosed horseshoe bay; jump in the emerald water and swim or snorkel your way ashore through the narrow ravine.   

Known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is a city reborn. Since the wars of the 90s every inch of the 13th century city walls have been restored. Villa Agave, with its commanding views over the harbour is a great bolthole for an evening ashore.

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